You don’t need to travel to Alaska to see bald eagles. They’re right here in Cuyahoga Heights in the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation along the Cuyahoga River and historic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Bald eagles begin nesting in December or January. It is at this time that they start visiting the nest, adding sticks and other materials, and showing courtship behaviors like preening each other. Over the course of a few days in February or March, the female will lay 1 to 3 white eggs. The parents will take turns incubating for 35 days. When the chicks hatch, they’re small, white and fuzzy, and completely dependent on their parents for everything. The parents will hunt in turns, feeding the hungry chicks an array of fish and small mammals. The Cuyahoga Valley, with expansive secluded wooded wetlands and rebounding fish populations, has become an ideal place for eagles to feed and nest. So get out there and walk the trails. It’s a thrilling experience to see one of these magnificent, iconic birds.
Announcements & Updates
Want to earn some extra money this summer?
We have openings for lifeguards, pool attendants, concession stand cashiers, playground monitors and park monitors.
February 2024 Village Newsletter
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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.
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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!
The Village has an Emergency Contact System called SwiftReach
Our dispatcher can send out messages to all Village residences and businesses via telephone in case of an emergency.
To access the SwiftReach link please visit the Fire or Police department pages on this website.