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Mayor's Report - December 2018

Mayor Weiss shares his monthly update at

Mayor's Report - A Message to the Community

Mayor Weiss shares a message to the community at

Police Incident Report 11-17-18

This morning the Shaker Heights Police Department responded to a 911 call from a residence on Chagrin Boulevard.

In conjunction with our response, we initiated an investigation into the death of Aisha Fraser. Also as a result of our initial investigation, Lance Mason was taken into custody.

The investigation is ongoing. Additional information will be provided as the investigation proceeds.


Looking for Something? We Can Help

The good news: the City is gearing up to launch a new, customer-service oriented website in the coming months. The bad news: We're having trouble updating some areas of this website.  


Mayor's Report - A Post Election Message

Mayor Weiss shares a post-election message at

Mayor's Report for October 2018

Mayor Weiss provides a monthly update on happenings in Shaker Heights. View the Mayor's Report, which includes a video message, at

Rotary Club of Shaker Heights to Honor Firefighter and Police Officer of the Year

Annual awards presentation to be held October 17

Dateline: October 8, 2018 - The Rotary Club of Shaker Heights will honor its 2017 Firefighter and Police Officer of the Year on Wednesday, October 17. Rotary President John Sobotincic will lead the awards program. Members Sally Baden and Adam Davis will present the awards to Detective Bruce Adkins (Police) and Lieutenant Christopher Wirsching (Fire). Honorees will receive a plaque for their service, as well as a monetary gift in the presence of guests and City officials, including Mayor David E. Weiss and members of City Council.


Section of South Woodland to Close Monday, October 8

Gas main replacement work continues.

Dateline: October 4, 2018 - Beginning Monday, October 8, South Woodland Rd. between Lee Rd. and Warrensville Center Rd. will be closed for a period of approximately six weeks (weather permitting). Dominion Energy Ohio’s contractor will be doing work in this area as part of the natural gas pipeline replacement project currently taking place along South Woodland Rd.


Public Input Welcome During 2019 Budget Process

The City's 2019 budget process is officially underway. Residents are invited to the a series of public meetings to learn more about the City's proposed 2019 budget and to offer input and feedback to the Mayor and City Council as the budget is prepared.


Mayor's Report for September 2018

Mayor Weiss announces the release of The Origin and Cause Fire Investigation Report for Fernway School. View the Mayor's Report, which includes a video message, at

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Reported in Cuyahoga County

One case involves Shaker Heights resident

Dateline: September 11, 2018 – The Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) reports a confirmed case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in a Shaker Heights resident. There have been two reported cases of West Nile Virus in Cuyahoga County this year and 17 in the state of Ohio.


Mayor's Report for August 2018

Mayor Weiss provides an update on Fernway School. View the Report, which includes a video message, at

Traffic Pattern Changes Around Lomond Elementary School 

New restrictions and limitations effective August 22

Dateline: August 15, 2018 - New traffic patterns around Lomond Elementary School become effective August 22. During specific days and times, some streets will be one way only and turning restrictions will be in place. Motorists should watch for new signs on Lomond Boulevard (near the school), Palmerston, Sherrington, and Strandhill roads and are urged to use extreme caution in the area. It is important to observe signs and obey the restrictions.


Landmark Commission Announces Photo Contest Winners

Sixth Annual Contest Celebrates Preservation Month

Dateline: August 7, 2018 - The Shaker Heights Landmark Commission announces winners of the sixth annual Preservation Month photo contest after reviewing 59 entries submitted by 25 photographers. The contest, created in 2013, honors National Preservation Month, which is celebrated each May by preservation organizations across the country. In a nod to the widespread use of cell phone cameras and social media, this year’s contest was based in Instagram.


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