CITY HEADLINES

MAYOR GARY W. STARR AND ALL MEMBERS OF MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS CITY COUNCIL WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A WONDERFUL AND SAFE 4TH OF JULY HOLIDAY!

Mayor Gary W. Starr and all members of Middleburg Heights City Council wish you and your family a wonderful and safe 4th of July holiday weekend!

Below are some fun facts about the Fourth of July:

On July 4th, 1776, Congress formally adopted the Declaration of Independence, which had been written largely by Thomas Jefferson.
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THE GENEROSITY OF MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS RESIDENTS CONTRIBUTES TO A SUCCESSFUL 14TH ANNUAL ELECTED OFFICIALS FOOD DRIVE

The 14th Annual Middleburg Heights Elected Officials Food Drive, benefitting the Middleburg Heights Food Pantry and SCAN Hunger Center, took place Saturday, May 20 in the Heinen’s Supermarket parking lot on Bagley Road. Mayor Gary W. Starr and the members of City Council thank everyone who donated to make this food drive yet another success. Special thanks go to Heinen’s general manager Mike Tomsic for his cooperation and support.

In total, $2,649.50 in cash donations was collected and over 30 boxes of food and non-food items were donated. Additional donations can be made at the SCAN Hunger Center, located at 398 West Bagley Road, Suite 7, in Williamsport Plaza in Berea, Ohio, or the Middleburg Heights Food Pantry, located at 6877 Middlebrook Boulevard. Continue reading


NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN – NEW DATE TO BE DETERMINED

The new traffic pattern scheduled for Saturday July 1, 2017 at 2:00 am has been delayed due to predicted rain for that day. A new date will be determined. Perk M/E will be implementing a new traffic pattern in Middleburg Heights. Bagley Road will be closed between Pearl Road and West 130th Street. The detour … Continue reading “NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN – NEW DATE TO BE DETERMINED”


IMPORTANT TRASH COLLECTION DAY CHANGE

Beginning Monday, June 12th, the Weekly Trash Collection is permanently changing to a MONDAY trash collection day.


CONGRATULATIONS TO TRI-CRAFT INC. FOR 50 SUCCESSFUL YEARS OF BUSINESS!

On May 9, 2017, Mayor Gary W. Starr and members of City Council recognized Tri-Craft Inc. for its 50 years of commitment to quality and continuous improvement, with a proclamation from the City.

Stephen Pilhartz started Tri-Craft Inc. in 1967, as a small machine shop in a garage in Cleveland. After 10 years of business, Tri-Craft Inc. was relocated to Middleburg Heights in order to expand operations to include plastic injection molding and assembly production. After 30 years of business in Middleburg Heights, Stephen entrusted the successful business to his daughters, Kathleen Byrnes and Monica Hargis, to continue his legacy… Continue reading