CITY HEADLINES

REGISTER FOR YOUTH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL LEAGUES & THE ANNUAL 
MAYOR GARY STARR T-BALL CLINIC

Registrations for Youth Baseball and Softball Leagues and our annual Mayor Gary Starr T-Ball Clinic will be held this month. Registration is open to children that reside in or attend a public or private school located within the boundaries of the Berea City School District or have a current membership at the Middleburg Heights Community … Continue reading “REGISTER FOR YOUTH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL LEAGUES & THE ANNUAL 
MAYOR GARY STARR T-BALL CLINIC”


CONGRATS TO OUR AWARD WINNING ADAPTED SWIM PROGRAM!

The Middleburg Heights Recreation Department has earned a 1st place Award of Excellence from the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association for 2017 in the Special Population category for the quality and success of our Adapted Swim Program that was started over 60 years ago by the Middleburg Heights Women’s Club! Special thanks to the aquatics … Continue reading “CONGRATS TO OUR AWARD WINNING ADAPTED SWIM PROGRAM!”


CITY COUNCIL PREPARES FOR CALLS AS NOPEC ISSUES NATURAL GAS SUPPLIER OPT-OUT LETTER

City council members anticipate getting phone calls after residents receive a NOPEC letter asking if they want to opt-out of their current natural gas supplier. Executive Assistant Bob Downey presented City Council with important information in anticipation of residents being confused about whether to opt-out of their current natural gas supplier. Please read the full … Continue reading “CITY COUNCIL PREPARES FOR CALLS AS NOPEC ISSUES NATURAL GAS SUPPLIER OPT-OUT LETTER”


THIS GAME DAY HELP THE CITY TACKLE WASTE BY RECYCLING

On February 4th all across the nation, Americans will be tuned into watching the 52nd Super Bowl with family and friends. The downside of coming together is the amount of trash that generates from it. That is why the City of Middleburg Heights has come up with tips to keep trash at your party at a … Continue reading “THIS GAME DAY HELP THE CITY TACKLE WASTE BY RECYCLING”


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE COUNCILMAN RAY GUTTMANN

On November 28, 2017 Mayor Gary Starr and City Council recognized the distinguished public service career of retiring Councilman Ray Guttmann. Ray Guttmann and his wife of 63 years, Sharon, have been Middleburg Heights’ residents for 54 years.   Ray has served as a Councilman-at-large from 2009-2017, a Ward 4 Councilman from 1970-1974, 1976-1977 and 1989-2009 … Continue reading “THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE COUNCILMAN RAY GUTTMANN”