Community & Economic Development

Community & Economic Development
Contact Information

Joseph E. Sebes, Grant Writer
"I believe in actively marketing the City. We are not
waiting for a company to express an interest in a
Parma Heights property, we are working to bring
potential buyers/sellers/renters together with real
estate professionals and property owners."

Christine Hnat, Executive Assistant


Make Parma Heights Your Destination



Fair Housing

Municipal Grant Public Hearings






Health and financial assistance is available at the Cleveland Ibn Sina Clinic, 6055 West 130th Street in Parma.

 2021 UPDATE:

July 2021:

- New Information on PPP Loan Forgiveness - Click here.
- Funds Doubled for Small Business Grant Programs - Click here.


City of Parma Heights Resource Guide

Assistance Available to Businesses and their Employees during the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • Federal, State, Local (Cuyahoga County, Greater Cleveland Partnership, First Energy, City of Parma Heights)

Click here to download and/or print.

From Destination Cleveland, a private non-profit convention and visitors' bureau whose mission
is to drive economic impact and stimulate community vitality for the Cleveland area through memorable
leisure, convention and business travel experiences.
The city is encouraging restaurants in Parma Heights to agree to Destination Cleveland's CLEAN COMMITTED campaign and follow the recommended safe practices, developed in partnership with our region’s healthcare experts at Cleveland Clinic, The MetroHealth System,University Hospitals and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Each participating restaurant will receive a complementary CLEAN COMMITTED Business Kit; which includes:
  • CLEAN COMMITTED window cling to hang on the front door of their business
  • CLEAN COMMITTED poster to display in their business
  • CLEAN Kits to distribute to their patrons, which include individually sealed packages containing three PURELL SINGLES® Advanced
  • Hand Sanitizer Packets, a paper mask and recommended practices to follow when out in the community.
  • To agree to be CLEAN COMMITTED and obtain their complimentary Business Kit, restaurants can visit:
  • They will need their State of Ohio Food Service Operations license number or State of Ohio Retail Food Establishment license number to complete the form to redeem their kit. If they have questions, they can email
Destination Cleveland appreciates your support in moving our region forward from this public health and
economic crisis. When customers see our businesses and communities are CLEAN COMMITTED, they’ll know we’re working together to do our part.
Hannah Fritzman Belsito| Chief Experience Officer
334 Euclid Avenue | Cleveland, OH 44114 | p. 216.875.6718


Click here for the Guide to PPP Loan Forgiveness from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce 


BARS & RESTAURANTS - click here for One Time Liquor Rebate Program FAQs


 The Greater Cleveland Partnership  (GCP) has created a site with links for: companies that are hiring, a nonprofits support page, a business to business resource (B2B), and other resources.


U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan information. This loan advance will provide up to $10,000 of economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing temporary difficulties.

 U.S. Chamber of Commerce $5,000 grants: Small Business Grants

The State of Ohio has created an Office of Small Business Relief

Cuyahoga County has launched a Coronavirus Small Business Resource Center

 Additional Information and Small Business Support Programs HERE

Please continue to visit our website or our Facebook Page for up-to-date information.

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For more information, to apply for any of the programs or to inquire about making Parma Heights your business address, stop by our office located at City Hall, 6281 Pearl Road.  Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., call us at 440.884-9600 x5610 or email


The Parma Heights Master Plan
is a vision for our future, a road map to make Parma Heights an even better place to live, work, shop and play!

Click here to read the 
Updated Parma Heights 
Master Plan.

The Original Master Plan was created
in 2004.
Read it Here

Click here to see the Parma Heights Transportation for Livable Communities: Complete and Green Streets Plan
for the Pearl Road Corridor 
(Incorporated into the Parma Heights Master Plan)





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