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A surefire recipe for summer fun includes good food, good music and good friends - just the ingredients for our Party in the Commons!

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A Call for Volunteers -
This year, the Ohio Flags of Honor will again be on display in the Commons and we are looking for volunteers to supervise the Flags.  Click here to see a schedule of available times.  If you are able to help, please call the Recreation Department at 440.884.9600 x5678.


When it opened in July, 2007, the Parma Heights Food Pantry served 36 households - today, it serves close to 300 households.
With their mission is to help the hungry in Parma Heights, this totally volunteer service relies solely on donations.  As costs continue to rise, their operating funds have been unable to keep up with their needs. 

A dedicated group of churches and individuals donate on a regular basis and are asking members of the community to join them in supporting the Parma Heights Food Pantry in their important work.

Please consider sending a donation or including the Parma Heights Food Pantry in your estate planning.

Make checks payable to: The Parma Heights Food Pantry.
                                       Write "website" on the memo line.
                                        Mail to: 6369 Pearl Road, Parma Hts., OH 44130
For inquiries, please call: 440.842.6491.

Thank you for your help in supporting the Parma Heights Food Pantry and the important service they provide to our community.

Congratulations to the students and staff of
Valley Forge High School
awarded a Bronze Medal in the
U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools issue! 
Click here for full details.

Sign up for Information & Emergency Notifications - just click on the ReadyNotify icon :  
Cuyahoga County has created a mass notification system to alert citizens and businesses of critical situations and non-emergency events and to provide information about necessary actions.

You must register with ReadyNofity to receive alerts. Even if you had signed-up with CodeRed, you must register with ReadyNotify.  The City is no longer using the CodeRed system.

Parma Heights Mayor's Court

If you need to pay a ticket, waiver fines, handle a license forfeiture, secure the release of a vehicle, get information about a warrant block, or have any other business with the Court, the Court Office is temporarily located in the shopping center (Greenbrier Plaza)adjacent to City Hall, 6277A Pearl Road, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

If you have received a Mayor's Court summons for an offence other than tax-related offences (see below), please report to the Cassidy Theatre located in the Greenbrier Commons on Pearl Road on the court date specified. Court will be held at the theatre until further notice.

Those with summons from the Tax Department should report to the Tax office in the Greenbrier Plaza, right next to City Hall at 6277A Pearl Road on or before the date specified.

Thank you.

The arson fire that broke out in the Mayor's Office on Wednesday, November 26, was contained to the Mayor's Office but the building suffered extensive smoke damage and as a result, City Hall offices have been temporarily relocated.
  • Call 440.884.9600 for all City Hall departments.
  • Call 440.884.9607 for the Service Department. Call 440.888.4416 for the Senior Center.

The Tax Department (along with the Mayor's Court Office) is located on the far right in the shopping plaza (Greenbriar Plaza) right next to City Hall at 6277 Pearl Road.

The Law, Economic Development and Recreation Departments as well as the Clerk of City Council and Mayor's Office are in The Heritage Building, 6500 Pearl Road, Suite 104B.

For assistance, please call 440.884.9600, Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Thank you for your patience. Please be assured that everyone at the City is working hard to keep any inconvenience to you to a minimum.



If you have questions about the Pearl Road Complete and Green Streets Initiative grant and the process that was involved. Click here to view a special webpage entitled "All About The Pearl Road Complete and Green Streets Initiative Grant" to get the answers you need.!


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