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Second Annual Shaker Makers Event (with a twist)

Makers convene on April 28

Dateline: April 11, 2018 - The City of Shaker Heights hosts its second Shaker Makers event, a show-and-tell-and make-and-touch AND a build-a-business event (that’s the twist). Innovators, creators, engineers, artists, and entrepreneurs of all ages will share their ingenuity, creativity and talents with the public at The Dealership, 3558 Lee Road from 11 am – 4 pm on Saturday, April 28.


Celebrate Spring at Bloom & Buzz on April 13

Taste (and Shop) Your Way to the New Season with Van Aken District Restaurateurs and Merchants


Feedback Requested for City Website

Dateline: April 2, 2018 - The City is seeking input on features for a new City website via an online survey at The survey takes a few minutes and will remain active until April 16. Thank you for your feedback.

Shaker Heights City Council to Appoint David Weiss to Serve as Mayor

Dateline: March 23, 2018 - Following the resignation of Mayor Earl M. Leiken to become Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish’s chief of staff effective March 31, Shaker Heights City Council conducted a process to appoint a mayor to serve until December 31, 2018 pursuant to the Charter of the City of Shaker Heights. Yesterday, Council voted to declare their intention to appoint David Weiss as Mayor. Council will formally vote on this appointment on April 9, the first Council meeting following Mayor Leiken’s departure from office.


Daytime Lane Closures: Warrensville Center Road near Farnsleigh Road

Work Begins Wednesday, March 21

Dateline: March 19, 2018 - Expect traffic delays and lane shifts on Warrensville Center Road beginning Wednesday, March 21 due to ongoing sewer work in the intersection of Warrensville Center and Farnsleigh.


Process Underway for Appointment of Mayor with Term Ending December 31, 2018

Seven residents submit timely applications

Dateline: March 14, 2018 - Following the resignation of Mayor Earl M. Leiken to become Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish’s chief of staff effective March 31, Shaker Heights City Council has conducted an open application process to appoint a mayor to serve until December 31, 2018. The Charter of the City of Shaker Heights specifies Council’s authority to make this appointment.


City Opens Warming Center

Dateline: March 2, 2018 - A warming center at the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building, 3450 Lee Road, is open for Shaker residents who are without power. We do not have food or beverages, but we do have heat and electricity. Sorry, no pets. The building will be open until 9:30 pm tonight. Residents in need of sheltering after 9:30 pm may call 216-491-1212. 

Elevator Replacement at City Hall -
Public Meetings Move to Community Building through April

Dateline: February 26, 2018 - Beginning March 1, all public meetings will relocate to the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building (3450 Lee Rd.). This move will ensure access for all attendees while the City installs a new elevator in City Hall.


Call for Artists: Make your Mark on Moreland
Seeking Concepts for Gateways and Historic Markers

Submission deadline March 30

Dateline: February 1, 2018 - The City of Shaker Heights announces a call for artists who want to make a mark on Moreland, one of the City’s historically and culturally significant neighborhoods.


District Weekends Events Return in March

Next District Weekends to Host Tower East Happy Hour on March 8 and Thornton Ice Arena Family Gathering on March 10


Warrensville/Chagrin Electrical Work Begins Monday, February 5

Expect Traffic Delays

Dateline: January 31, 2018 - First Energy begins below ground electrical work at the intersection of Warrensville and Chagrin on Monday, February 5 in preparation for the demolition and rebuilding of the nearby RTA power station. There will be no RTA service disruptions. The work hours are from 6 pm - 4 am Monday through Thursday and will take approximately two weeks (weather permitting).


Shaker Makers Event

Innovators, creators, engineers, and entrepreneurs of all ages are invited to April 28 event.


Come, Play! Fest

The entire community is invited to the June 23 event in the Moreland neighborhood.


Lane Closure: Farnsleigh Road Sewer Work

Construction begins the week of January 29

Dateline: January 17, 2018 - Crews will be relocating sewer lines on Farnsleigh Road, from Helen Road to Van Aken Boulevard. This work will cause significant traffic delays in the area of Farnsleigh and Warrensville Center Road. The anticipated duration of the project is 90 days, weather permitting.


Thursday, April 19, 2018


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