The City’s Service Department is finishing up the 2018 Leaf Collection by making one final pass through the entire City the week of December 17. All leaves should be at the curb ready for pick up by Monday, December 17. After that, leaves can be bagged and put out on Monday for regular trash collection. Thank you.
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Leaf pick-up will begin October 15, 2018 for Middleburg Heights residents. Please rake your leaves to the tree lawn. Do not rake the leaves into the street. Do not include branches, sticks, rocks, metal, animal waste, etc. – “Leaves Only.” Residents can expect to receive a pick-up every seven to ten days. At least four city wide, full service pick-ups will be made throughout the season, (more if necessary). Leaf pick-up season is October, November, and December if weather permits. Read more →
Veteran NASA astronaut Mike Foreman will be at the Middleburg Heights Library, 16699 Bagley Road, on Thursday, September 13th at 7:00 p.m. to talk about his career as a NASA astronaut and his space shuttle missions. A Q&A will follow the talk. Foreman was selected as a NASA astronaut candidate in 1998 and flew on two space shuttle missions, accumulating more than 26 days in space. He also made five spacewalks totaling more than 32 hours while performing space station assembly tasks. He flew as a mission specialist on space shuttle Endeavour in March 2008, and on space shuttle Atlantis in November 2009. Register for this free program at the library website https://attend.cuyahogalibrary.org/event/891371
On On Thursday August 23, 2018 at 12:00am Bagley Road will be closed weather permitting from Pearl Rd. to Baldwin Creek for concrete pavement installation. It is anticipated that the roadway will reopen by 12:00 pm.
Bagley eastbound detour Pearl Rd. NE to West 130th to Bagley.
Bagley westbound detour West 130th St. north to Pearl Rd SW to Bagley.
Accommodations for St. Bartholomew school will be implemented by officers on site.
FirstEnergy Corp.’s distribution and transmission system is prepared to meet the anticipated increase in customer electricity usage associated with summer’s first heat wave expected to spread across the Midwest and mid-Atlantic regions by the end of the week.