Memorial Day is our opportunity to formally honor the men and women of Cuyahoga Heights who answered the call to arms. During World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf Wars, peacetime and beyond. Many volunteered and responded to the draft to serve the United States. Those who were immigrants were given citizenship upon entering the service and fought for their new homeland. The marble memorial at the Village Hall was dedicated in 1948 in tribute to all resident men and women who served in the military and those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Of special significance this Memorial Day, we honor the life and sacrifice of Jacob James Derbin. Village Resident, U.S. Army Veteran and Euclid Police Department Patrolman #14.

Announcements & Updates

Get Your Pool Passes Online!

Pool Passes are available online for all residents of Cuyahoga Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Valley View and Tuition Families.

Purchase Individual and Family Pool Passes

Full price passes will be available after May 30th at the following rates: Village of Cuyahoga Heights residents pay $25 for an Individual Pass or $75 for a Family Pass, Village of Valley View, Brooklyn Heights residents and Tuition students pay $60 for an Individual Pass or $135 for a Family Pass.

Want to earn some extra money this summer?

We have openings for lifeguards, pool attendants, concession stand cashiers, playground monitors and park monitors.

Seasonal Employment Flyer | Employment Page

Village Newsletter

May Newsletter
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Online Services

Access Village of Cuyahoga Heights Online Services on this website. Conveniently fill-in online applications, registrations, activity signup, sports registration, tree trimming, pool pass, dumpster, facility rental, special registration, charity pickup, special pickup, field rental, yoga and snow removal.

File Your Taxes Online

Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA)

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
Important Voting Information

The types of identification you must use when registering to vote or requesting a Vote-by-Mail ballot has changed. Please use the links below for the current Vote-by-Mail ballot applications and registration cards. Questions? Contact the Board of Elections at (216) 443-8683.

Voter Registration Form
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Application
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Website

Village Employment Opportunities

Open Positions and Application Forms

Business and Economic Development

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Village Codified Ordinances

Cuyahoga Heights Codified Ordinances

Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation

CanalWay Events Calendar

Centennial Memory Book

After two years and hundreds of hours of research, writing, editing, proofreading, designing and producing final art for the printer, the 688-page Cuyahoga Heights Centennial Memory Book is now available. Purchase your copy today. They make great gifts!

Centennial Memory Book Ordering Information

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The Village has an Emergency Contact System called RAVE Mobile Safety

Our dispatcher can send out messages to all Village residences and businesses via telephone in case of an emergency.
To access the RAVE Mobile Safety links please visit the Fire or Police department pages on this website.