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Welcome to Maple Heights, Ohio

Mayor Jeffrey A. Lansky Welcomes You!

"Welcome to the City of Maple Heights - Your window to the services our City has to offer. I invite you to take a look around and get involved as we move ahead with my New Vision for Maple Heights. I look forward to working with you to revitalize our community, including many of the services shown here. Please contact me with any ideas, questions, or concerns you may have. We deserve the best from our City Government, and I will not settle for anything less."

NHS Consumer Law Center 

Street light Out? Report It here:

  1. Contact First Energy 800-589-3101


RUBBISH PICK UP FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 24:  Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, Wednesday trash pick-up will be as scheduled on November 26, but the Thursday collection route will be delayed until Friday, November 28.

LEAF PICK-UP:   Leaf removal in the city will begin the week of October 27.

Please note that the scheduled routes from previous years are no longer guaranteed. To be sure that your leaves are collected, please have your leaves raked to the tree lawn by Monday of the above listed weeks. Leaf collection crews will make one pass down all City streets on these weeks and will not double back for any reason. If you miss your collection, residents will have to wait for the next collection week or bag their leaves for trash pick up. Please refrain from raking leaves into the street. Doing so can block the City sewers and pose a hazard for traffic. Please also be aware that crews may not be able to collect your leaves if there is a vehicle parked in front of your tree lawn. Please be a courteous neighbor and refrain from parking in front of leaf piles on the scheduled collection weeks. Questions regarding the leaf collection program can be directed to Service Department at (216) 587-9014.  


October Golden Leaves Newsletter


PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP OFF:    A prescription drug drop box has been installed in the Police Department Lobby. Any unwanted, expired or unused prescription drug pills and over the counter medications in pill form are accepted. No liquid medications or needles can be accepted.   For more information on this program, log onto the Cuyahoga County Sherriff's website by "clicking here".



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NEW! Building Department Legislation    See the links below for recently passed legislation: