Welcome to the City of Highland Heights

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Welcome to the City of Highland Heights
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In Case of Emergency - Dial 911
Non-Emergency Numbers
Fire Department - (440) 442-7406
Police Department - (440) 442-8825
Building Department - (440) 442-7403
City Hall - (440) 461-2440
Highland Hts. Pool - (440) 442-2423
Senior Assistance & Info. - (440) 461-2441
Service Department - (440) 461-7266
Welcome to the City
of Highland Heights
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the City of Highland Heights and invite you to discover
and enjoy the unique characteristics that make our City stand out locally and nationally as
“The City with Pride & Promise.”
Every two years, CNN Money Magazine reviews information and statistics of America’s small
towns, ranks them and publishes their list of the 100 best places to live in the country.
This national publication has again named Highland Heights in 2011 as one of the best small
cities in America.
In my eyes, the City of Highland Heights has always been the best place to live in America.
By keeping the needs of our residents and businesses top of mind and by making good
decisions for today and tomorrow, our community has a promising future. We pride
ourselves in a City government that is truly for the people—and we want to hear from you
and work together to maintain the serenity, safety and beauty of this community.
You will find that the City of Highland Heights comprises a perfect balance of
neighborhoods, green space and businesses—with easy access to downtown Cleveland and
other regional amenities. This balance distinguishes the City of Highland Heights as a
convenient, close-knit and safe place to work, reside, raise children and make lasting
memories.
Quality public schools are another notable feature of which we are proud. Students are
part of the Mayfield School District, which was rated “Excellent with Distinction” for the
third consecutive year in 2011. Only about 8% of Ohio School districts earn this rating each
year. The “Excellent with Distinction” rating for Mayfield City Schools by the State of Ohio
goes along with Mayfield High School being named one of “America’s Best High Schools
2011” by Newsweek magazine.
Enclosed, please find information about the City of Highland Heights’ services, contacts
and activities. This information is also available online at www.highlandhts.com.
We hope the City of Highland Heights will meet your needs and provide a happy, healthy
and safe environment for you. Please contact the City at (440) 461-2440 with any questions
you may have.
Most Sincerely,
Scott Coleman, Mayor
City of Highland Heights
City of Highland Heights
2013 City Roster
Mayor Scott E. Coleman
440-461-2440
[email protected]
2012 MEMBERS OF COUNCIL
President Cathy S. Murphy, Ward 1
Leo R. Lombardo, Ward 2
Robert Mastrangelo, Ward 3
Lisa Marie Stickan, Ward 4
Edwin V. Hargate, At Large
Frank J. Legan, At Large
Chuck Brunello, Jr., At Large
Jean Buchak, Clerk of Council
440-442-0377
440-449-2881
440-442-2854
440-759-1106
440-473-5476
440-449-0645
440-446-9474
440-461-2440
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CITY OFFICIALS
Building Comm. Dale Grabfelder
City Engineer Brian Mader
Community Ctr. Coord. Gina Bissell
Finance Director Joseph Filippo
Fire Chief William Turner
Law Director Tim Paluf
Police Chief James Cook
Prosecutor Dan Taylor
Recreation Director David Ianiro
Senior Coordinator Mary Velotta
Service Director Thom Evans
Highland Heights Community Pool
440-442-7403
216-731-6255
440-461-2440
440-442-7404
440-442-7406
216-696-9555
440-442-8825
216-241-1400
440-461-2440
440-461-2440
440-461-7266
440-442-2423
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5905 Wilson Mills Road
216-291-3902
440-442-5408
440-442-5450
440-461-4190
440-646-9820
440-449-2119
216-381-1700
MISCELLANEOUS PHONE NUMBERS
Cleveland Division of Water
Cuyahoga County Auditor
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Cuyahoga County Court House (Marriage Licenses)
Cuyahoga County Mayfield Public Library
Cuyahoga County Sanitary Engineering (plugged sewers, dye tests)
Dominion East Ohio Gas
First Energy
To Report a Power Outage
Kimble Refuse Trash Pick Up
Lyndhurst Municipal Court, 5301 Mayfield Road
Mayfield Board of Education District #1819
Richmond Heights Post Office
Legislative and Finance
Leo Lombardo, Chairman
Ed Hargate
Cathy Murphy
Safety and Service
Lisa Stickan, Chairperson
Chuck Brunello
Bob Mastrangelo
Drainage
Frank Legan, Chairman
Leo Lombardo
Lisa Stickan
City Council Meeting Schedule
2nd & 4th Tuesdays @ 8:00 p.m.
For utility rate information
Call PUCO at (800) 686-7826
For NOPEC information on
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
Community Partnership on Aging, Stacey O’Brien
Highland Heights Commission on Aging, Emil Lucarelli
Highland Heights 50+ Club , Bill Maurer
Highland Heights Garden Club, Monica Rini
Highland Heights Green Task Force, Judy Dearden
Highland Heights Lion's Club, Rick Eisenberg
Hillcrest Rotary
CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES
216-664-3060
216-443-7010
216-443-3200
216-201-2000
216-443-8922
440-473-0350
216-443-8201
800-362-7557
800-589-3101
888-LIGHTSS
800-201-0005
440-461-6500
440-995-7200
800-275-8777
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CENTER - The community center has two rooms
with an adjoining kitchen available to rent for your parties or meetings. The City wants to
assure that your events are everything you want them to be. To help this happen, we are
asking that when children are at the event, they be monitored for their own safety and
also so there is no damage done to the Community Center. The staff of the Community
Center is there to make sure the building is in the best condition for your party, not for
taking care of children who attend events. So, if children are present, please make sure
they stay in the room where the party is taking place and that they are monitored. Please
call Gina Bissell at 440-461-2440, ext. 149 or e-mail [email protected] for more
information.
You can also find more information on room rentals at
www.highlandhts.com.
Electricity, call 1-800-292-9284
Gas, call 1-888-848-7914
PUBLIC OFFICIALS
US Representative District 14
David P. Joyce
1 Victoria Place, Room 320
Painesville, Ohio 44077
(440) 352-3939
email: www.house.gov/writerep
US Senator Rob Portman
B40D Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-224-3353
US Senator Sherrod Brown
600 East Superior Ave., Room 2450
Cleveland, Ohio 44144
(216) 522-7272
State Senator District 18
John Eklund
Senate Bldg., 1st Floor
1 Capitol Square
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 644-7718
State Representative District 98
Matt Lynch
77 S. High Street, 13th floor
Columbus, OH 43215
614-644-5088
5827 Highland Road, Highland Hts., Ohio 44143 Phone 440-461-2440, Fax 440-461-9062, Web: www.highlandhts.com
CITY OF HIGHLAND HEIGHTS 2013 BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD
Ray Febo
Jim Wallis
John D. Wilson
William Nadeau, Plan Examiner
1946 Winchester Road, Lyndhurst 44124
5548 Canterbury Lane
519 Zorn Lane, Mayfield Village
10182 Brighton Circle, Twinsburg, OH 44087
440-442-2769
440-449-2980
440-442-6497
330-405-1840
BOARD OF BUILDING & ZONING APPEALS
David A. Corrado
Pam Hicks
John Hollis
Charles L. Kerr
Sean Milroy
362 Longspur Road
441 Leverett Lane
285 Halton Trail
863 Millridge Road
5960 Highland Road
440-461-7972
440-473-5308
440-461-7169
440-442-1748
440-605-1948
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
William Dagg
Paula E. Camino Fini
Mike Granito
5489 Prestwick Lane
439 Sandhurst Drive
640 Davidson Drive
440-442-4937
440-461-1689
440-461-8518
COMMISSION ON AGING
William Ambrogio
Barbara Fatica
Dolores Hrvatin
Mary Jane Kogan
Emil Lucarelli
Cathy Murphy, Council Representative
Janine Weisfeld
966 Belwood Drive
400 Muirfield Dr.
963 Ford Road
1007 Cranbrook Drive
959 Stanwell Drive
658 Charles Place
422 Glencoe Lane
440-442-6408
440-461-5022
440-442-7544
440-442-8781
440-442-5408
440-442-3809
440-449-1878
PARK & RECREATION COMMISSION
Chuck Brunello, Council Representative
Frank Dilalla
Rocco Dolciato
Kathy Gould
Jolene Greve
Betty Kryszan
Tony Valentino
966 Oakview Drive
978 Colony Drive
427 Diana Court
958 Colony Drive
480 Lassiter Drive
498 Lassiter Drive
623 Sturbridge Drive
440-446-9474
440-684-9543
440-605-0703
440-449-5235
440-646-9692
440-461-9342
440-461-5992
PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION
Vince Adamus
Ann D'Amico
Don McFadden
Bob Mastrangelo, Council Representative
Bill Urban
Doug Nemeckay, Landscape Architect
635 Gloucester Drive
955 Colony Drive
615 Clinton Lane
633 Davidson Drive
604 Hanford Drive
539 Washington Street, Chagrin Falls 44022
440-446-9583
440-461-4224
440-460-1470
440-442-2854
440-442-1954
440-248-3431
RECORDS COMMISSION
Patty Cozzens
Annie Lott
6335 Highland Road
1072 Belwood Drive
440-449-6969
440-449-2213
TAX REVIEW BOARD
David Melito
Thomas Rudibaugh
Mark Ursu
442 Miner Road
404 S. Stonehaven Drive
323 E. Edinburgh Dr.
440-646-9603
440-449-5544
440-461-1294
TAX INCENTIVE REVIEW & CRA HOUSING COUNCIL
David Melito
442 Miner Road
Thomas Rudibaugh
404 S. Stonehaven Drive
Finance Director
440-646-9603
440-449-5544
Boards, Commissions and City Council Meeting Schedule
Architectural Review Board
2nd & 4th Monday at 1:30 p.m.
City Council
2nd & 4th Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.
Commission on Aging
3rd Monday at 9:00 a.m.
Park & Recreation
3rd Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Planning & Zoning
2nd & 4th Monday at 8:00 p.m.
COMMUNITY
The City of Highland Heights truly is a place with “Pride & Promise.” Neighbors take pride in
their homes and yards. Our Service Department takes pride in maintaining the streets, parks
and City infrastructure. Police and Fire Departments take pride in protecting and serving
what our neighbors care about most—a safe community in which to live, work and play.
These elements combine to make the City a wonderful place to live today and form the
foundation for a promising future. Here are some highlights of what makes the City of
Highland Heights “The City with Pride & Promise”:
Award-Winning Ratings
 Rated 30th by Money Magazine as the best small town in the country in 2011 and the 4th
best place for cities whose population is under 10,000.
Convenience and Accessibility
 Approximately 12 miles, or 30 minutes, northeast of downtown Cleveland
 Residents are just minutes from Interstates 271 and 90 or Route 2
 Cuyahoga County Airport borders the City, providing charter and flight management
services to business clients and onsite auto rental
Home and Tax Information
 Income tax rate is 2 percent with 100 percent credit for residents
 The effective real estate tax rate is $64.78 per $1,000 of assessed valuation
62% goes to the Mayfield School District, 28% goes to Cuyahoga, 4% goes to the Library
and 6% is received by the City
 The City’s 5.2 square miles are home to approximately 9,000 residents
 Free leaf and garbage pick-up and recycling programs
 Builders contribute $300 - $600 per house or commercial property to plant trees along
the city’s streets or support the park and recreation program
Education
The Mayfield City School District
Students in the City of Highland Heights are part of the Mayfield City School District, rated
“excellent” among Ohio’s schools.
 In 2011, rated “Excellent with Distinction” for the third consecutive year by the State.
 Listed by Newsweek Magazine as one of “America’s Best High Schools 2011”.
Library
Mayfield Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library
Citizens in the City of Highland Heights have convenient access to the Mayfield Branch, which
serves as the Library’s fine arts and literature branch.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday – Saturday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sundays from
Labor Day to Memorial Day, 1 a.m.-5 p.m.
6080 Wilson Mills Rd., Mayfield Village, Ohio 44143, Phone: 440-473-0350
BUILDING DEPARTMENT
Office: 440-442-7403
Fax: 440-473-1994
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Building Commissioner:
Dale Grabfelder
440-442-7403 ext. 157
[email protected]
Building Inspector:
George Wilson
440-442-7403 ext. 156
[email protected]
The Building Department is responsible for all commercial and residential
construction as well as all building, zoning and regulatory matters. Statecertified inspectors review all commercial and residential building plans,
projects and construction elements, providing building permits and zoning
approvals in an efficient and effective manner.
Permits are required for all new commercial and residential construction
including plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning and related
elements. Permits are also required for all interior renovations and home
improvements including:
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Fences
Decks
Pools
Porches
Roofing and siding
Sheds
Signs
When any structure is erected or enlarged
For any business use including a home business
Permits are not required for minor alterations. Please contact the Building
Department at 440-442-7403 if you are unsure whether your project requires a
permit. Homeowners can obtain permits and perform work on their property.
COMMUNITY CENTER
Office: 440-461-2440 ext. 149
Fax: 440-461-9062
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
5827 Highland Rd.
Highland Hts., OH 44143
Community Center Coordinator:
Gina Bissell
440-461-2440 ext. 149
[email protected]
The Community Center provides a convenient space for weddings, birthdays,
graduation parties, events and community meetings year-round. City residents and
businesses may reserve the Buckeye Room or the Highland Room for a rental fee.
Both party rooms have access to the Center’s kitchen. Many Highland Heights civic
and community groups use the Center to host monthly or weekly meetings. (Please
refer to the section pertaining to civic and community groups in this Welcome
Package.)
Exercise Classes
Try an exercise class at the Community Center and shape up with your neighbors.
Contact class instructors for more information.
Class
Instructor
Phone
Day/Time
Jazzercise
Sue Cummings
440-338-1407 Mon, Tues. & Thurs. at 9:30 a.m.
Mon. Tues. & Wed. at 6:45 p.m.
Body Sculpting
Call for info
440-729-3463 Tues. & Thurs. at 5:30 p.m.
Tai Chi
Sue Cady
216-932-7717 Monday at 2:00 p.m.
The Highland Room seats 175 at round tables (8 guests to a table) with a small area
for dancing and a DJ or small band. This room includes a bar area with an ice
machine and coolers. The Buckeye Room seats 64 guests at round tables.
Please call the Community Center Coordinator for availability and rental fees.
FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Office: 440-442-7404
Fax: 440-473-1929
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Finance Director:
Joseph Filippo
440-442-7404
[email protected]
The City’s Finance Department is established under the City Charter Article VI
and as such oversees all fiscal matters of the City of Highland Heights. The
Finance Department is responsible for:
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Collection of revenues and timely payment of city liabilities
Investment of City funds
Management of debt
Administration of employee benefits
All payroll functions
The Municipal Income Tax rate in the City of Highland Heights is 2.00% on all
wages. This tax is imposed on the gross payroll and net profits of all businesses
located within the City. However, residents are provided a credit of 100% up
to 2.00% on taxes paid to another city.
RITA (Regional Income Tax Agency) acts as our City’s Tax Department. They
oversee the collections of the income tax for the City of Highland Hts. They
collect and distribute all income tax revenues within the City. You may owe
income tax if your workplace city is at a rate below 2.00% or if other taxable
income has no tax withheld.
The voted Real Estate Tax rate is 103.22 mills. It was approved by the voters
in the Highland Hts. taxing district beginning for the collection year 2011. A
mill is equal to one dollar ($1) for each one thousand ($1,000) dollars of
assessed valuation. The effective tax rate, the rate that you actually pay, is
64.78 mills. That means for every $1,000 of assessed valuation, you pay
$64.78. Your assessed value is 35% of your market value.
Of your total real estate tax bill, 62% goes to the Mayfield School District, 28%
goes to Cuyahoga County, 4% goes to the Library and 6% is received by the City.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER 911 or
Non-emergency number 440-442-1011
Non-emergency phone numbers:
Office: 440-442-7406
Fax: 440-442-5834
Chief of Fire:
William R. Turner
[email protected]
Executive Captain:
Lee Molnar
[email protected]
Fire Prevention Bureau:
Lt. Todd Ayres
[email protected]
The mission of the Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of all
residents, businesses and the general public within the city limits of Highland
Heights.
The Fire Department personnel include 15 fire fighters, a Chief, a Captain and
a Fire Prevention Lieutenant. The City has 2 ambulances and three fire
vehicles: one ladder truck and 2 engines. The Fire Prevention Bureau conducts
educational activities at the schools in the area, and also conducts fire drills
and extinguisher training at various city business locations.
The Fire Department conducts Blood Pressure checks for senior citizens of
Highland Heights. If you want your blood pressure checked, just stop by the
fire station, they will be happy to check it for you.
The Fire Department holds an open house each year where parents and
children can come and visit their Fire Department and see all the equipment.
Drop off your aluminum beverage cans behind the fire station in the fenced
area between the rear apparatus doors and parking lot to help the nonprofit
organization Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC).
POLICE DEPARTMENT
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER 911 OR 440-442-1221
Non-emergency phone numbers:
Office: 440-442-8825
Fax: 440-442-1959
[email protected]
Chief of Police:
James J. Cook
Executive Officer:
Lt. Ken Visoky
Lyndhurst Municipal Court:
440-461-6500
Our mission is to create an atmosphere to preserve the safety and security of
the community by providing quality police service in a fair and impartial
manner.
Our emphasis on residential safety ensures that our City remains one of the
safest cities in the state with a zero percent personal crime rate and one of the
lowest property crime rates in the country (statistics taken from Money
Magazine’s Top 100 Best Places to Live).
Our Department provides a variety of safety services for the community
including the Care Call Program for resident seniors, free Residential and
Business Security Survey, an Alarm Board connecting your private security
system to the Police and Fire Departments, Bicycle Patrol of the community
during summer months, Residents with Special Needs Service, helping
residents by providing Safety Service personnel pertinent information, Vacation
House Watch, Animal Control, and a Juvenile Diversion Program that addresses
the problems of first time offenders.
For more information on any of these programs, please call the Police
Department non-emergency phone number at 440-442-8825. Our personnel will
assist you and if necessary, direct your call to the appropriate party to help
you.
PARKS AND RECREATION
Office: 440-461-2440 ext 158
Fax: 440-461-9062
Office Address: 5827 Highland Road
Pool and Park Address:
5905 Wilson Mills Rd.
Pool Phone #440-442-2423
Recreational Director:
David Ianiro
440-461-2440 ext 158
[email protected]
Come check out our facilities at the City of Highland Heights Community Park.
The park is located on 35 acres, which includes a nature trail, jungle-gym,
tennis courts, baseball and softball fields, a zero-entry swimming pool and
picnic area.
Pavilions may be reserved by residents, businesses and schools located in the
City of Highland Heights. For reservations or more information, contact Mary
Velotta at City Hall 440-461-2440.
The community pool is open to residents and employees of Highland Heights’
city businesses. For information on pool passes, swimming lessons, pool parties
and the Hurricanes Swim Team check out the Summer Sizzler or visit our web
site at www.highlandhts.com.
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Office: 440-461-7266
Fax:
440-461-5742
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 – 4:00
Service Director: Thom Evans
440-461-2440 ext. 162
[email protected]
Our City Service Department staff work year-round to ensure residents and business
owners enjoy a clean and safe neighborhood.
In the Spring, residents may dispose of small brush without having to tie and bundle
items for disposal by the city’s rubbish collection contractor. This program is usually
offered the first week of April through the second week of June. Please watch the
City newsletter for dates.
From mid-October through December, residents of the city may enjoy curbside leaf
collection conducted by the Service Department. Please put leaves on the tree lawn
and not in the street. Residents may also dispose of leaves any time during the year
by composting or bagging materials and placing them on the tree lawn on their
regular trash day.
The City participates in the Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up sponsored by the
Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District. This Round-Up is generally held three times
per year. Please watch for dates and times in the City newsletter.
The City participates in the Computer and Cell Phone Recycling program sponsored by
the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District. These programs occur during the month of
April and August. Please watch for a reminder and times in the City newsletter.
The Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Program is contracted with Kimble Refuse.
The program offers residents of the City unlimited, scheduled curbside collection of
all trash, yard waste and recyclables. If the holidays below fall on a weekday OTHER
THAN Friday, rubbish collection from that day on will be delayed one day during that
week.
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New Years Day
Labor Day
Memorial Day
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Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day
Christmas Day
The City recommends a plastic, metal or fiberglass trash container with strong
handles and a tight fitting lid to keep out animals and insects.
Recycle Bins – You may purchase a recycling bin at the Service Department from
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The cost is $7.50 per bin. The
Service Department accepts cash or checks. Blue recycling bags available for purchase
at local stores are also acceptable of recycling.
City of Highland Heights - Rubbish Pick Up Schedule
Street
Alden Lane
Ashley Circle
Pick Up Day
Thursday
Wednesday
Street
Gretna Green Drive
Halton Trail
Pick Up Day
Thursday
Monday
Street
Pick Up Day
Radford Drive
Monday
Ransome Road
Monday
Renee Drive
Monday
Augustus Drive
Thursday
Hanford Drive
Wednesday
Barkston Drive
Tuesday
Hawthorne Drive
Wednesday
Belwood Drive
Tuesday
Highland Road
Monday
Bishop Road
Monday
Inverness Drive
Thursday
Blair Drive
Wednesday
Jefferson Drive
Wednesday
Blakley Drive
Wednesday
Kenarden Drive
Monday
Sandhurst Drive
Thursday
Brainard Road
Monday
Kenbridge Drive
Monday
Sebastian Court
Monday
Brentwood Court
Monday
Kennelwood Drive
Monday
Shetland Court
Thursday
Thursday
Burwick Road
Canterbury Lane
Ridgebury Boulevard
Tuesday
Rose Boulevard
Tuesday
Roy Road
Monday
Rutland Drive
Wednesday
Thursday
Kilbridge Drive
Thursday
Skye Road
Monday
Kirkshire Court
Thursday
South Applecross Road
Monday
Castlehill Drive
Thursday
Lander Drive
Wednesday
South Greenway Court
Thursday
Charles Place
Monday
Lander Road
Wednesday
South Stonehaven Drive
Thursday
Cheriton Drive
Monday
Lassiter Drive
Thursday
Stanwell Drive
Tuesday
Clinton Lane
Monday
Legacy Drive
Monday
Stirling Drive
Thursday
Coldstream Road
Monday
Leverett Lane
Monday
Strathaven Drive
Monday
Colony Drive
Tuesday
Locklie Drive
Thursday
Strumbly Drive
Monday
Cranbrook Drive
Tuesday
Longspur Road
Davidson Drive
Wednesday
DeWitt Drive
Diana Court
Monday
Sturbridge Drive
Wednesday
Lowell Drive
Thursday
Sutherland Drive
Thursday
Monday
Lynden Drive
Thursday
Tourelle Drive
Monday
Lynford Circle
Tuesday
Travis Drive
Monday
Wednesday
Dornoch Lane
Thursday
Maypine Farm Blvd.
Monday
Turnberry Lane
Dunbar Lane
Thursday
Medway Road
Monday
West Edinburgh Drive
Thursday
East Edinburgh Drive
Thursday
Millridge Road
Tuesday
West GlenEagle Drive
Thursday
East GlenEagle Drive
Thursday
Miner Road
Monday
West Glengary Circle
Thursday
East Glengary Circle
Thursday
Muirfield Drive
Thursday
West Inverness Drive
Thursday
East Inverness Drive
Thursday
North Applecross Road
Monday
West Kilbridge Drive
Thursday
East Kilbridge Drive
Thursday
North Greenway Court
Thursday
West Legend Court
Thursday
East Legend Court
Thursday
North Stonehaven Drive
Thursday
West Mill Drive
Tuesday
East St. Andrews Drive
Thursday
Oakview Drive
Tuesday
West St. Andrews Drive
Thursday
Eastlawn Drive
Tuesday
Old Salem Trail
Monday
Whiteford Drive
Thursday
Esther Road
Monday
Ox Ridge Trail
Monday
Williamsburg Drive
Wednesday
Ford Road
Tuesday
Perth Drive
Thursday
Wilson Mills Road
Monday
Franklin Boulevard
Monday
Pinehurst Court
Wednesday
Glasgow Drive
Thursday
Pinehurst Road
Wednesday
Glencoe Lane
Thursday
Prestwick Lane
Monday
Glengary Circle
Thursday
Gloucester Drive
Wednesday
Woodside Road
Monday
Wednesday
Please call Kimble Refuse at 1-800-201-0005 for more information.
Revised 10/2/2012 2009 Rubbish Pick Up Schedule
PURCHASE YOUR RECYCLE BIN NOW ! ! Recycle bins are now available for Highland Heights residents to purchase for $7.50. If you would like to purchase a bin you can do so by visiting the Service Department, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. OR complete this form, mail it to the address below and the Service Department will deliver the bin to your home. For mail orders please send checks only made out to the City of Highland Heights. For walk in purchases we accept cash or checks. Please complete the information below and mail it along with your check made out to the City of Highland Heights to: City of Highland Heights 5827 Highland Road Highland Heights, OH 44143 ATTENTION: SERVICE DEPARTMENT RECYCLE BIN ORDER NAME_____________________________________________________________ ADDRESS___________________________________________________________ TELEPHONE NUMBER_________________________________________________ NUMBER OF BINS REQUESTING _____ X $7.50= $_____________ LIMIT OF 2 BINS PER HOUSEHOLD Highland Heights - Solid Waste/Recycling Disposal Chart
Categories include:
Solid Waste
Recyclable
Item
Appliances
Household Hazardous Waste
Contact Private Disposal/Hauler
Category
Notes
Large and small appliances are collected; place on
tree lawn on regular trash day
FREON will be removed by the City’s Garbage
Contractor
Air conditioners
Coffee makers
Refrigerators
Stoves
Toasters
Washing machines,
dryers
Water tanks
Electronics
Stereos, speakers
Televisions
Computers
See Computer and Cell Phone Recycling for special
collection days.
Key boards
See Computer and Cell Phone Recycling for special
collection days.
Monitors
See Computer and Cell Phone Recycling for special
collection days.
Printers
Cell phones
See Computer and Cell Phone Recycling for special
collection days.
Glass
Non-recyclable glass should be wrapped in paper and
discarded with regular trash.
Clear, green and brown
Includes glass beverage bottles and food jars
jars and bottles
Ceramics
Crockery
Crystal
Drinking glasses
Glass doors
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
Incandescent light bulbs
Compact fluorescent
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
light bulbs
Mirrors
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
Photo/Picture frame
glass
Pyrex
Window glass
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
Windshield glass
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
Metal
Aerosol cans
Aluminum cans
Bi-metal cans
Steel cans
Paper
Catalogs
Securely tie in bundles of no more than 40 pounds, or
place in brown paper bags
Computer printer paper
Securely tie in bundles of no more than 40 pounds, or
place in brown paper bags
Envelopes
Magazines
Securely tie in bundles of no more than 40 pounds, or
place in brown paper bags
Newspapers
Securely tie in bundles of no more than 40 pounds, or
place in brown paper bags
Telephone books
Securely tie in bundles of no more than 40 pounds, or
place in brown paper bags
Cardboard
Cardboard food
Place pizza boxes, food containers, waxed cartons
containers
(such as cereal boxes) in regular trash
Corrugated cardboard
Flatten and securely tie in bundles of no more than 40
pounds.
Plastic
Items labeled #1 PETE
Includes beverage, food and other liquid containers;
(Polyethylene
remove caps
terephthalate)
Items labeled #2 HDPE
Includes cloudy milk and water jugs, opaque food
(high-density
bottles; remove caps
polyethylene)
Plastic items labeled
#3, #4, #5, #6 and #7
Plastic bags
Wood Products
Shavings, sawdust
Pasteboard
Straw
Yard Waste
Does not include dirt, sod or commercial construction
debris.
See information on special Spring Brush Collection.
Christmas trees
Place on tree lawn on regular trash day
Trees, small
Trees, large
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
Branches
Bag items or cut in 4’ lengths and tie in bundles of no
more than 40 pounds
Trimmings, prunings
Bag items or cut in 4’ lengths and tie in bundles of no
more than 40 pounds
Tree trunks less than 8”
Cut in 4’ lengths and tie in bundles of no more than 40
in diameter
pounds
Tree trunks more than 8”
Please contact private disposal/ hauler.
in diameter
Grass clippings
Mulch
Weeds
Dead plants
Leaves
Leaves may be bagged for pick up year-round.
See information on special Fall Leaf Collection
residents can simply rake leaves to tree lawn for
collection, no need to bag.
Liquids/Chemicals
Antifreeze
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
Hazardous chemicals
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
Motor oil
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
Latex paint
Latex paint is not hazardous; allow leftover paint to
dry and place with regular garbage.
Oil-based paint
See Household Hazardous Materials for proper special
collection days. Do not pour paint down drains or
sewers.
Pesticides, herbicides
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
Miscellaneous
Animal carcasses
Ashes, cinders
Batteries
Small household type batteries may be discarded with
regular trash.
Car batteries
See Household Hazardous Waste special collection days
Carpeting, carpet
Cut in 4’ lengths and tie in bundles of no more than 40
padding
pounds.
Clothing, shoes, boots
Construction debris –
Waste building materials resulting from small
from small, homeowner’s
construction projects conducted by individual
projects
homeowners, such as remodeling, repair or demolition
projects are accepted. Contact Service Department
for more info (440) 461-2440.
Construction debris –
Waste building materials from commercial
from commercial
construction contractors who are working on your
contractor projects
home are not accepted. Please contact private
disposal/hauler.
Floor sweepings
Food materials,
containers
Furniture
Includes furniture of all kinds; place on tree lawn on
regular trash day
Incinerators
Lamps
Mattresses, box springs
Packaging, shipping,
Discard glossy, metallic or coated paper materials with
wrapping materials
regular trash.
Discard Styrofoam material with regular trash,
corrugated cardboard and paper are recyclable (see
Paper above)
Rags
Rugs
Small auto parts
Styrofoam egg cartons
Styrofoam packing
materials
Tire rims
Tires
Toys
Remove from rims
CITY OF HIGHLAND HEIGHTS COMMUNITY GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS
50+ Club
The City’s 50+ club is a great way to meet your neighbors, socialize and participate in
trips, programs, parties and activities. Be part of the planning or simply come to
have fun!
Contact: Bill Maurer, President at (440) 442-5450
Meeting location: Highland Heights Community Center
Meeting time: Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month, from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Garden Club
Residents engage in entertaining, interactive and educational programming, as well as
parties and meetings to beautify the City and share the joy of gardening.
Contact: Helen Vladic at (216) 481-0894
Meeting location: City of Highland Heights Community Center, open to the public
Meeting time: 7:00 p.m., 2nd Wednesday of the month except Jan., July and August.
Lions Club
The Lions Club provides residents of the City of Highland Heights a platform for
engaging in local and community based volunteer activities, including creating and
donating holiday food baskets, supporting research and initiatives for eye care and
wellness and sponsoring youth activities.
Contact: Rick Eisenberg, (440) 449-2119
Meeting location: Highland Heights Community Center, open to the public
Meeting time: 3rd Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP ON AGING
Community Partnership on Aging
The Community Partnership on Aging serves adults age 60 and over living in Highland
Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights and South Euclid.
Their goal is to promote independence, a healthy lifestyle, community involvement, and
opportunities for personal growth for older adults, as well as support for family caregivers.
Their mission is carried out through planning, coordinating, and providing services that
enhance the dignity, security, and overall well-being of the older adults in our
communities.
They are supported by funds from each of the above cities, Title III funds from the Older
Americans Act of 1965 through the Area Agency on Aging PSA 10A/Ohio Department of
Aging, donations, and over 145 volunteers who contribute their time and effort.
Main offices are located at:
South Euclid Community Center
1370 Victory Drive
South Euclid, OH 44121-3629
They also have an office within the Lyndhurst Community Center that runs their trips and
several other services.
Main Office: (216) 291-3902
Lyndhurst & Trip Office: (440) 473-5138
Mayfield Hts. Outreach Office: (440) 442-2626 ext. 244
Lunch and Programming: (216) 650-4029
For further information, please visit our website at www.communitypartnershiponaging.org
Hillcrest Meals on Wheels is a service designed to meet the nutritional needs of
homebound, handicapped and frail elderly residents, who are unable to shop or prepare
meals.
Meals are delivered Monday through Friday at noon by volunteers. Hillcrest Meals on
Wheels offers the client a choice of a hot meal plan or a hot meal and a lighter meal plan
for a minimal fee. These nutritional meals are prepared under professional supervision, by
Hillcrest Hospital. The following diets are available: Regular, Mild Diabetic, Low Sodium or
Low Sodium/Low Cholesterol, Diabetic/Low Sodium.
CLEVELAND AREA ATTRACTIONS
Cleveland Browns
www.clevelandbrowns.com
440-824-3434
Cleveland Cavaliers
www.nba.com/cavaliers
800-820-CAVS
Cleveland Indians
www.cleveland.indians.mlb.com
216-420-4444
Lake County Captains
www.lakecounty.captains.milb
440-954-9467
Lake Erie Monsters
www.lakeeriemonsters.com
216-420-2000
Cleveland Children’s Museum
www.clevelandchildrensmuseum.com
216-791-7114
Cleveland Metroparks
www.clemetparks.com
216-351-6300
Cleveland Metropark Zoo
www.clemetzoo.com
216-661-6500
Cleveland Museum of Art
www.clevelandart.org
216-421-7350
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
www.cmnh.org
216-231-4600
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
www.cvsr.com
800-468-4070
Great Lakes Science Center
www.greatscience.com
216-694-2000
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
www.greaterclevelandaquarium.com
216-862-8803
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
www.rockhall.com
216-781-7625
LOCAL AREA RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS
Bethany Covenant Church
5120 Ridgebury Blvd.
www.bethanycov.org
440-442-5050
Faith United Church of Christ
575 Richmond Road
www.faithucc575.org
216-382-7227
Highland Sixth Presbyterian
5632 Wilson Mills Road
440-442-6441
Hillcrest Community Church
5631 Ridgebury Blvd.
440-442-6230
www. hillcrestcommunitychurch.org
Little Church in the Vale
610 Chagrin River Road
440-423-4845
Mayfield United Methodist Church
7747 Mayfield Road
www.mayfieldchurch.org
440-729-4006
Mayfield Village Baptist Church
6500 Highland Road
440-473-0788
New Apostolic Church
5739 Wilson Mills Road
440-442-9577
St. Francis of Assisi Church
6850 Mayfield Road
www.stfrancisgm.org
440-442-7450
St. John’s Lutheran
1000 Ford Road
440-449-1334
St. Paschal Baylon
5384 Wilson Mills Road
www.saintpaschal.com
440-442-3410
Willoughby Hills United Methodist
34201 Eddy Road
www.willoughbyhillsumc.org
440-585-9462
Highland Heights Business List
Company Name
A New Millenium Dentistry
Aberdeen Commons Assisted Living
Abundant Life International Church
Academy Communications
Action Business Interiors & Services Inc.
Alison Realty, Inc.
All Metal Screw Products Group
Alloy Bellows & Precision Welding, Inc.
Alpha Drive Heating & Air Conditioning Corp.
Alpha Office Products
Alpha Park Inc.
Alpha Tool and Mold Inc.
American Dance Exchange
Animal Kingdom Pet Cemetery
Annashae Corporation
Anthony Rocco's Hair Salon
ATS Institute of Technology
B&B Dental Laboratory
Bergman, Himmel, Goetz & Prebul, CPA
Biagio Deli
Bodycote Thermal Processing, Inc.
BrownFlynn
Bud Ley & Sons, Inc.
Burgers 2 Beer
Camelot Diversified
Camp Bow Wow
Carney Construction
CDT Custom Homes
Central Executive Search Inc.
Centris Information
Children's World Learning Center
Cirino Landscaping
Cleveland Business Supply
Cleveland Crystals Inc.
ControlSoft, Inc.
Crostatas Pizzeria
Custom Brackets
Cynergies
D'Astolfo Barber Shop
David L. Schubert Insurance Co.
David's Shoe Repair
Denny's Restaurant
Dick's Sporting Goods
Discount Drug Mart
Diskcopy Duplication Services
DiStefano's Authentic Italiam Foods
DKD Properties
Dr. Charles Berner, D.D.S.
No.
Street
6151 Wilson Mills Road #250
399 Bishop Road
5942 Wilson Mills Road
677 Alpha Drive, Suite C
222 Alpha Park
750 Alpha Drive
48 Alpha Drive
653 Miner Road
54 Alpha Park
185 Alpha Park
340 Alpha Drive
83 Alpha Park
767 Alpha Drive
5755 Wilson Mills Road, Rear
673 Alpha Drive, Suite C
6123 Highland Road
325 Alpha Park
5564 Wilson Mills Road
734 Alpha Drive
5557 Wilson Mills Road
5475 Avion Park Dr.
5603 Wilson Mills
5599 Highland Road
6323 Wilson Mills
749 Miner Road
31 Alpha Park
19 Alpha Park
288 West Edinburgh
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 240
195 Alpha
679 Alpha Park, Suite H
559 Bishop Road
57 Alpha Drive
690 Alpha Drive
5387 Avion Park Drive
558 Bishop Road
32 Alpha Park
387 Golfview #100
785 Alpha Drive
5545 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 103A
787 Bishop Road
6207 Wilson Mills Road
6235 Wilson Mills Road
765 Alpha Park
107 Alpha Park
5600 Highland Road
5564 Wilson Mills, Suite 102
5564 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 101
1
Phone
440-995-9999
440-460-0685
440-605-9552
440-646-9900
440-995-0300
440-461-3100
440-461-4755
440-684-3000
440-473-1012
440-461-8550
440-449-6990
440-473-2343
440-449-5222
440-473-7999
440-449-2662
440-646-1925
440-449-1700
440-461-7715
440-442-7501
440-461-7110
440-473-2020
440-484-0100
440-442-1800
440-446-1234
440-995-5626
440-449-1364
440-473-0482
440-995-5000
440-461-5400
440-919-0312
440-442-3360
440-461-0755
440-473-0000
440-461-0913
440-443-3900
440-449-7800
440-446-0819
918-9341
440-461-7330
440-461-3307
440-646-0549
440-473-1205
440-449-9199
440-684-1142
440-460-0800
440-442-7775
440-461-9600
440-473-0455
Revised 10/2/2012
Highland Heights Business List
Company Name
Dr. Claudia Minadeo-Fox & Associates
Dr. Daniel Duffy & Associates
Dr. Douglas Webb & Associates
Dr. Nicholas Fratantonio & Associates
Dr. Phillip Mark, D.D.S.
Dr. Richard A. Cavolo, D. D. S.
Dr. Stephen Bloom, D.D.S.
Edward Jones
Eighth Day Sound Systems, Inc.
Erie Reproduction Services
Falon
Fanger Law Office
First Church of the Nazarene
Five Star Aviation
Focused Resources Inc.
Furt-Tech
GENVAC Aerospace Corp
Gorjanc Heating & Cooling
Grande's Nursery & Greenhouse
Great Lakes Billing Associates, Inc.
Great Lakes General Agency Inc.
Harbor Light Hospice
Harry Buffalos
Header Construction
Heilind Electronics
Herbert M. Litton, D.D.S., Inc.
Herman Textile Company Inc.
Hershey's Ice Cream Shop
Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse
Highland Cleaners
Highland Counseling Services, Inc.
Highland Garden Center
Highland Heights Barber Shop
Highland Landscape Supply
Highland Medical
Highland Sixth Presbyterian Church
Highland Wellness Center
Highlander Tavern
Hillcrest Baptist Church
Home Depot
Hometown Mortgage
Hughes-Primeau Controls
Ibis Technologies, Inc.
Impressions A Print Shop
Inertial Airline Services
Innerspace Cleaning Corp.
Interstate Battery
J. J. Regal Production
No.
Street
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 300
840 Brainard
850 Brainard
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 205
850 Brainard
5432 Wilson Mills
850 Brainard
5564 Wilson Mills Rd., Suite 103
5450 Avion Park Drive
289 Alpha Park
348 Bishop Road
38 Alpha Park
5942 Wilson Mills Road
26500 Curtis Wright
42 Alpha Park
35 Alpha Park
110 Alpha Park
207 Alpha Park
5323 Wilson Mills Road
850 Brainard Road
175 Alpha Drive
734C Alpha Drive
5596 Highland Road
672 Alpha Drive, Suite A
5300 Avion Park Drive
6151 Wilson Mills Rd. #304
15 Alpha Park
787 Bishop Road
775 Alpha Park
791 Bishop Road
5564 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 201
5860 Wilson Mills Road
785 Bishop Road
5860 Wilson Mills
850 Brainard Road
5632 Wilson Mills
840 Brainard Rd.
795 Bishop Road
5631 Ridgebury Blvd.
6199 Wilson Mills
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 230
261 Alpha Park
5545 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 105
370 Alpha Park
375 Alpha Park
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 309
6327 Wilson Mills
40 Alpha Park
2
Phone
440-446-9417
440-449-1866
440-442-8329
440-646-1330
440-449-6302
440-473-5850
440-460-5400
440-442-7010
440-995-5900
440-442-4588
440-473-2050
440-605-9641
440-449-4949
216-928-7320
440-461-8365
440-605-0700
440-646-9986
440-449-4411
440-461-6454
440-605-9117
440-461-1252
440-449-1142
440-868-0088
440-446-6444
440-473-9600
440-461-3637
440-461-6262
440-605-9206
440-449-9309
440-449-6004
440-461-1255
440-605-2222
440-442-8046
440-442-9093
440-473-0550
440-442-6441
440-449-1866
440-442-5616
440-442-6230
440-684-1343
440-446-0166
440-684-0601
440-461-0245
440-449-6966
440-995-6555
440-646-0701
440-460-0400
440-423-1244
Revised 10/2/2012
Highland Heights Business List
Company Name
Jab Sales Inc.
Jet, Inc.
John Robert's Hair Studio
JT Highland Auto, LTD
Kane and Fiegler Optometry
Kerek Industries Inc.
Kerry Klotzman Product Development
KeyBank
King and Associates
Kohl's Department Store
La Rich's Pizza
Lancer Insurance
M. B. Saxon Company
Malley's Chocolate
M2M Imaging Corp.
Manufacturers Wholesale Lumber
Marathon Gas
Mark Kusner, Attorney at Law
Martin Sound Products, Inc.
Maverick Solutions Leasing
Michael Christopher Salon
Michael E. Kline
Mill Tavern
Mobile Lawn Care
Montgomery Hair Studio
Mulligan's Tavern
National City Bank Hanger
Nationwide Credit Services
Naya Bistro & Lounge
New Apostolic Church
Norman Noble, Inc.
P. A. Yannacio & Associates
Panera Bread
Parking Solutions
PEF Credit Union
Per-Se Technology
Philips Medical Systems
Phycal LLC
Pinnacle Appraisal, Inc.
Powermetrics
Precision Compaction Service
Progressive Insurance
Providence Home Health Care
Psychological & Counseling Services
Putill Financial LLC
Qdoba Mexican Grill
Richard A. Frank, C.P.A.
RPC Electronics
No.
Street
39 Alpha Park
750 Alpha Drive
673-F Alpha Drive
5591 Highland Road
6335 Wilson Mills
685 Miner Road
287 Alpha Park
787 Alpha Drive
835 Ford Road
6245 Wilson Mills Road
797 Bishop Road
734 Alpha Drive
47 Alpha Park
6339 Wilson Mills Road
190 Alpha Park
734 Alpha Drive
6295 Wilson Mills
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 310
28 Alpha Park
5883 Wilson Mills Road
6255 Wilson Mills Road
320 Alpha Park
5547 Wilson Mills Road
5599 Highland Road, Back
5553 Wilson Mills Road
6131 Highland Road
26460 Curtis Wright
729 Miner Road
6323 Wilson Mills Rd.
5739 Wilson Mills Road
5507 Avion Park Drive
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 311
6345 Wilson Mills Road
10 Alpha Drive
390 Alpha Park
675 Alpha Drive, Suite G
595 Miner Road
51 Alpha Park
5545 Wilson Mills
749 Miner Road
12 Alpha Park
747 Alpha Park
230 Alpha Park
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 200
397 Sandhurst Drive
6319 Wilson Mills
6151 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 210
749 Miner Road
3
Phone
440-446-0606
440-461-2000
216-839-1430
440-449-5511
440-995-1500
440-461-1450
440-461-1450
440-460-4850
440-605-1400
440-442-6300
440-449-2360
440-473-1634
440-461-9296
440-229-5001
440-684-9690
440-605-0022
440-449-3967
440-684-1090
440-442-2286
440-442-9121
440-449-0999
440-605-0543
440-446-1403
440-461-8885
440-442-1080
440-461-2434
216-261-9674
440-461-9661
440-446-1234
440-442-9577
216-761-5387
440-449-0133
440-484-4170
440-605-5555
440-449-8383
440-461-4200
440-473-3000
440-460--586
440-496-9341
440-461-9352
440-605-1225
440-461-5000
440-442-1115
440-461-4249
440-449-1196
440-915-1460
440-720-1940
440-461-4700
Revised 10/2/2012
Highland Heights Business List
Company Name
Romeo's Pizza
S. G. Morris Co.
SKF Solution Factory
Security Self Storage
Shuttlers
Signature Office Works
Skyland Technology, Inc.
Sneller Machine & Tool Co.
St. Johns Lutheran Church
St. Paschal Baylon Church
St. Paschal Elementary School
Stanley Air Tools
State Farm Insurance Company
StoneWater Golf Club
StoneWater Grill
Swagelock Nerts/Falon/Whitey
Swagelok Falon
Technology Management Inc.
Telos Video Communication
Teraphysics
The Color Bar & Salon
The Paul Green School of Rock Music
The Tranzonic Companies
Things Remembered
Tool Systems Inc.
Top Coast Tool
Traditional Family Dentistry
True North Shell Station
Tuesday Morning
United Parcel Service
US Bank
Verizon
Vladimir R. Belikov, D. D. S.
Walking Aids for Independence Inc.
Waller Duman Inc.
Walts Service
Wizard Management Group
WLS Stamping & Fabricating
Zeppe's Pizzeria
No.
Street
548 Miner Road
699 Miner Road
670 Alpha Park
355 Bishop Road
777 Alpha Drive
498 Lassiter
125 Alpha Drive
706 Alpha Drive
1000 Ford Road
5384 Wilson Mills Road
5360 Wilson Mills
5335 Avion Park Drive
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 301
P. O. Box 43820
One Club Drive
318 Bishop Road
348 Bishop Road
290 Alpha Park
199 Alpha Drive
110 Alpha Park
785 Alpha
299 Alpha Park
670 Alpha Drive
5500 Avion Park
71 Alpha Park
765 Alpha Drive, Suite B
5564 Wilson Mills, Suite 203
5567 Wilson Mills
773 Alpha Drive
331 Bishop Road
6135 Wilson Mills
6343 Wilson Mills
6151 Wilson Mills, Suite 250
5551 Wilson Mills
26 Alpha Park
191 Alpha Drive
69 Alpha Park
5405 Avion
5559 Wilson Mills Road
4
Phone
440-605-0400
440-473-1640
440-461-0770
440-646-9600
440-449-0794
440-729-4497
440-449-5815
440-449-1334
440-442-3410
440-442-6766
440-461-5500
440-442-6144
440-461-4653
440-461-4653
440-473-1050
440-473-2050
440-995-9500
216-642-1001
440-646-9986
440-461-1719
440-684-7625
440-449-6550
440-473-2000
440-461-6363
440-442-8665
440-461-0203
440-442-2126
440-446-1118
440-646-2061
440-449-2900
440-646-1278
440-995-9999
440-995-1770
440-449-7900
440-461-6724
440-460-1666
216-271-5100
440-449-3522
Revised 10/2/2012

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