Shaker News Update

  1. police recruit-365x231

    Become a Shaker Heights Police Officer

    Applications accepted until Sept. 18. Read More
  2. City of Shaker Heights logo

    2019 Deer Questionnaire

    The 2019 Deer Questionnaire is now closed. Read More
  3. Shaker High students marching while playing the tuba in the Memorial Day parade.

    2019 Preservation Month Photo Contest

    Five winning entries announced. Read More
  4. Smoke detector

    Free Smoke Detectors

    There's still time for residents to request free, installed photoelectric smoke detectors. Read More
  5. Orange construction barrels on dug up road.
  6. Logo for City ENews

    City ENews

    News and events for August 2019. Read More
  7. Shaker Heights City Hall portico
  8. Logo for The Mayor&#39s Report

    The Mayor's Report

    Mayor Weiss's update for July 2019. Read More
  9. Shaker Heights City Hall portico

    City Hires Director of Economic Development

    Resident Laura Englehart begins August 1. Read More
  10. Mudflats on Horseshoe Lake
  11. Dominion Ohio crews working on gas main

    Gas Main Replacement: South Woodland Rd.

    Project expected to take three months. Read More
  12. Orange Road Work Ahead sign

    Pavement Marking Starts May 28

    Crews will work through mid-August. Read More
  13. Orange construction barrels on dug up road.
  14. Do Not Enter Sign

    Exit from Lomond Alley to Close Permanently on May 6

    Road used as a cut-through will no longer be a through street. Read More
  15. Orange Road Work Ahead sign

    Huntington Rd. Water Main Replacement

    Work begins the week of April 8. Read More
  16. Lower Lake dam in Shaker Heights, Ohio

    Shaker Lakes Dam Improvements

    Lower Lake complete; Green Lake to start week of July 8. Read More
  17. Orange Road Work Ahead sign

    Street Resurfacing Starts in April

    The project is scheduled to last 100 days, weather permitting. Read More
  18. Orange construction barrels on dug up road.

    Gas Main Replacement: Boulevard Area

    Work begins the week of February 18. Read More
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