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Shaker Life wins National Recognition

First Place Award given to Quarterly Publication

September 11, 2014: Shaker Life, a quarterly magazine published by the City of Shaker Heights, has won national recognition for the quality of the publication by the City-County Communications & Marketing Association (3CMA). The first place Savvy Award given to Shaker Life distinguishes it from among 23 entries in the Printed Publications - External Publications category from across the country. The awards were announced during a ceremony at the Music Box Theatre in Minneapolis on September 4.

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Annual Fire Department Open House Returns September 20

Sponsored by City of Shaker Heights and University Hospitals

September 9, 2014: Sound the alarm! The Shaker Heights Fire Department’s 2014 Open House is almost here. On Saturday, September 20 from 12-3 pm the Fire Department (17000 Chagrin Boulevard) opens its doors to the community. New this year, Shaker Town Center merchants will participate by offering a Scavenger Hunt for children, various donated prizes, in-store activities, and treats.

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Residents Benefit from City's Participation in ReadyNotify

County program enables residents to receive emergency notifications

August 27, 2014: Shaker Heights has joined seven other cities in Cuyahoga County’s ReadyNotify mass notification system. The City will use ReadyNotify to deliver important information to the public regarding emergencies and safety situations as well as when emergencies require closing of city buildings. The system is provided by Cuyahoga County at no cost to the City.

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Schedule Your Appointment for a Flu Shot Starting Today

August 11, 2014: The Health Department is offering flu shots.

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City to Hire Police Officers (Lateral Entry)

August 6, 2014: The City of Shaker Heights is hiring Police Officers through a lateral entry Logoprocess, limiting the pool of applicants to the first 50 completed application packets received from trained and experienced police officers from other Ohio law enforcement agencies.  This process reduces outside training time and puts experienced police officers to work as quickly as possible.  All Police Officer positions are Civil Service appointments and participate in the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund.

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Update from Cleveland Water Regarding the Water Supply

August 4, 2014: The Cleveland Water Department issued the following information in response to inquiries regarding the quality of local water and the potential for algal growth in the central basin of Lake Erie.

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Information on Flood Clean Up from the Red Cross and the City

July 28, 2014: The Red Cross has offered helpful information about cleaning up after a basement flood. The information includes a comprehensive Flood Safety Checklist.

In addition, the Public Works Department will pick up large water damaged items from tree lawns today through Thursday, July 31. If you leave items on your tree lawn, please call 491-1490 to let Public Works know that you have a pick up.

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Pool Closed

July 28, 2014: Due to inclement weather, the pool at Thornton Park will close at 2 pm.

Health Department Offers Flu Shot Clinic

July 25, 2014: The Health Department will be offering flu shots.

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City's Home Watch Program

July 22, 2014 - With summer vacations upon us, give yourself some peace of mind while you are away from home by taking advantage of the City's Home Watch Program. Whether it's for a weekend or a more extended period of time, you can alert police of any upcoming vacancies by completing a Home Watch form.

Farnsleigh Road Closed Beginning July 14

Van Aken District Road Closed for Two Weeks

July 10, 2014 - Farnsleigh Road will be closed from Winslow Road to Chagrin Boulevard beginning Monday, July 14 for two weeks. Detour signs will be posted. Expect delays while travelling through the area.

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Shaker Schools and City Collaborate to House Learning Center

City provides space in Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building

June 9, 2014 - The Shaker Heights City School District and the City of Shaker Heights join forces with funders and community groups to create a center for digital learning and family engagement, to open in the 2014-15 school year.

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Update - Van Aken District Roadwork Likely to Cause Traffic Delays

Work postponed to Tuesday, May 27; Chagrin narrowed to two lanes

May 27, 2014 - Roadwork to relocate Farnsleigh Road started last week, but encountered obstacles underground that caused postponement of the anticipated narrowing of traffic into a single lane in each direction on Chagrin between Farnsleigh and Warrensville Center Road. Cuyahoga County, which is coordinating the project, predicts that this phase of work will now last through Friday, May 30.

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Van Aken District Roadwork Likely to Cause Traffic Delays

Work beginning Thursday, May 22 will impact Chagrin Boulevard

May 21, 2014 - The first stage of roadwork to relocate Farnsleigh Road will have an impact on Chagrin Boulevard between Farnsleigh and Warrensville Center Road, starting on Thursday, May 22. Traffic on Chagrin will be reduced to one lane in each direction. The change begins at 8 a.m. tomorrow, May 22. Cuyahoga County, which is coordinating the project, predicts that this phase of work will last through Friday, May 23, and then resume on Tuesday, May 27 through Wednesday, May 28.

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