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.
HERE’S A BRIGHT IDEA! RECYCLE OLD HOLIDAY LIGHTS
From now until January 16, the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Management District will collect broken, burned out, or tangled strings of holiday lights for recycling. Simply drop unwanted light strings, power cords and power strips in the marked box in their lobby at 4750 East 131st Street in Garfield Heights between 8:30AM-4:30PM Monday through Friday (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day). The lights will be recycled by a local scrap metal recycler. They will be shredded and shipped to vendors that purify the copper content, glass, plastic and other commodity streams for industrial reuse.
LEAF PICK-UP 2014
The unprecedented cold and snow this past week (since Nov. 13, 2014) has caused a delay in completing the leaf pick up program. If weather permits, city crews will attempt one final pass through to gather as many leaves as possible this season. We are also seeking bids from private firms to help in this final push before winter sets in. We regret any inconvenience this unavoidable delay has caused our residents.
SEVEN HILLS REPLACES TWO MORE MARKED POLICE VEHICLES
November 11, 2014, the City of Seven Hills has placed two more new marked police cruisers into service (Nos. 22 and 23), as shown below. These will replace the last white police cruiser and one of the three gray used vehicles which the city purchased a few years ago for $24,000 for all three vehicles.
Council's Safety Committee Chairman, Tom Snitzky has scheduled a hearing to discuss the acquisition of two more new vehicles in 2014 to be funded from the 2015 budget. This will allow the city to retire the last two gray marked vehicles in 2015.
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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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