CITY NEWS

COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTER

To address extraordinary challenges created by concerns over COVID-19, the City of Middleburg Heights has compiled information in an effort to ease the impact on residents and businesses.

The following information is available:

Business assistance and resources:

Information and resources which may be helpful during this challenging situation:

Stay Fit While Staying at Home!


OHIO ISSUES AMENDED “STAY AT HOME” ORDER

GOVERNOR DEWINE AMENDED THE STATE-WIDE “STAY AT HOME” ORDER STARTING MONDAY NIGHT APRIL 6, 2020 AT 11:59 P.M. AND LASTING THROUGH MAY 1, 2020. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT CORONAVIRUS.OHIO.GOV OR BY CALLING 1-833-4-ASK-0DH (1-833-427-5634).

THE AMENDED EXECUTIVE ORDER CAN BE FOUND HERE.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS ORDER CAN BE FOUND HERE.


CITY IS AVAILABLE TO HELP SENIORS AND RESIDENTS IN NEED

The City has partnered with our local faith-based organizations to help seniors, and those in need, to obtain supplies.

If you are unable on your own, or with help from family or friends, to get food or other necessities, we encourage you to call us at (440) 234-2255. Our call center staff will be ready to answer the phone Monday through Friday from 9am until 4pm.


TWO NEW POLICE OFFICERS SWORN IN AT THE JANUARY 28, 2020 COUNCIL MEETING.

Mayor Castelli administered the Oaths of Office at the January 28, 2020 meeting of City Council for Jason Ponyicky and Alexander Jovanovic. The new officers were joined by family, friends and fellow members of the Middleburg Heights Police Department. Jason Ponyicky comes to us from the City of Maple Heights and has been a police … Continue reading “TWO NEW POLICE OFFICERS SWORN IN AT THE JANUARY 28, 2020 COUNCIL MEETING.”


MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS FIRST RESPONDERS SAVE RESIDENT’S LIFE.

On December 2nd, 2019, Middleburg Heights first responders made the difference between life and death for one very lucky resident. After flu-like symptoms caused a resident to become extremely ill and faint, first responders arrived at the residents home to discover this was something much worse than the flu, but carbon monoxide poisoning from a … Continue reading “MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS FIRST RESPONDERS SAVE RESIDENT’S LIFE.”