Welcome to the City of Seven Hills, Ohio
Welcome to the City of Seven Hills web site. We hope your visit gives you a snapshot of our beautiful community. The residents of Seven Hills love living here - literally. On average, our people have chosen to live in the city longer than any other regional community. Once you come to Seven Hills, you are home. Please use our web site to find the answers to many of your questions and if you need anything else, please call City Hall at 216-524-4421.
The City of Seven Hills, Ohio, has scheduled a Town Hall meeting regarding the proposed Police Levy (Issue 86) on the November ballot. The meeting will begin at 7:30 pm on Friday, October 24, 2014 at the Community Recreation Center-7777 Summitview Drive.
The discussion will be limited only to matters involving the Police Levy. Members of the Administration, Council Members, and other City Officials will be in attendance and available to answer residents' questions on the Police levy.
This will be an opportunity to hear all viewpoints on Issue 86 and to have your questions answered before Election Day. Please plan to attend!
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Seven Hills Trick Or Treat -
Friday, October 31st 6pm - 8pm
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Mayor Richard P. Dell'Aquila
Mayor Richard Dell’Aquila has spent most of his life in Seven Hills, born in Cleveland Ohio. His father, Nicholas, was born in Johnstown, PA and married his mother, Mary, in Italy after World War II.
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