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City Hall :216-524-4421
Hours: 8AM – 4:30PM
AFTER HOURS NON-EMERGENCY - PLEASE CALL 216-524-3911
Flag Collection May - June
American flags can be dropped off inside of City Hall at the main entrance to be properly retired.
Fill out the below form to make a service request!
SEWER DISCHARGE PERMIT COMPLIANCE REPORT
The City of Seven
Hills, and all other communities in our region, must obtain an annual sewer
Discharge Permit from the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) for
operation of the city's sewer system. An extensive Annual Compliance Report must
be filed and approved by the NEORSD, documenting Seven Hills' sewer maintenance
work. The most recent Compliance Report was filed on February 28, 2020, and a
Discharge Permit was approved by the NEORSD. Here is a link to some of that Compliance Report.
spends Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars annually on maintenance of our sewers,
much of which goes toward the preventive cleaning of basins. Our plan is
to clean every basin once every 6 or 7 years in order to comply with the NEORSD
Discharge Permit Annual Compliance requirements. Service Director Johnson
is working to reduce that time further. Seven
Hills has a contract with the county to assist with goal of reducing the time between
First Energy Power Outage Contact Info:
To report an outage or check on the status of their current outage - call 1-888-LIGHTS / 1-888-544-4877 OR Click Here. This information is updated every 15 mins. You can also download the First Energy app by Clicking Here.
How To Recycle in Cuyahoga County: Back to the Basics
July 30, 2019 – Cleveland, Ohio – Recycling contamination is at issue across the nation and world, but is also a major problem here in Cuyahoga County. Many local and national media outlets are reporting on how we’ve been affected by China’s new environmental policies and the best ways to recycle properly.
Recycling contamination happens when well-intended recyclers mistakenly put the wrong items into their recycling. It can wreak havoc on the recycling process in Cuyahoga County and throughout the world.
Here in Cuyahoga County, the best way to avoid recycling contamination in your curbside recycling is to recycle only these five core items:
- CARTONS: Empty and rinse. Replace the cap -- it’s too small to be recycled by itself!
- PAPER & BOXES: Flatten cardboard items, like cereal boxes, to save space.
Place these items loose – not bagged – in your recycling bin or cart. All items should be empty, clean and dry. Plastic bottles and jugs includes items with an opening or neck that is narrower than the body.
Learn more about recycling best practices at www.cuyahogarecycles.org/how_to_recycle
About The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District
The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District is the public agency helping the people of Cuyahoga County reduce, reuse and recycle at home, at work and in their communities. We serve as the leading resource in the County for information, expertise and programs that support sustainable materials management and reduce the environmental impact of waste. Visit www.CuyahogaRecycles.org or call 216.443.3749 to learn how to recycle in your community and discover other recycling and disposal options.
- Simple Recycling will now be conducting scheduled pickups
- Residents will be now be required to schedule their pickups by either going online to www.simplerecycling.com OR by calling 866-835-5068
- The pickups will now be a the front door instead of the curb.
- The orange bags will be eliminated from the program. Resident must provide their clean & dry recyclable material in self provided bags or boxes
- The are several factors that are used in deterring availability but its mostly driven by Zip code. Once the Zip Code is entered, a Calendar will appear showing the resident what days are available for scheduling.
Waste Management Update: For Issues contact the Service Department at 216-525-6225
Visit rorr.com for most up to date info on Trash and Recycle Programs!