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CPR Class at the Lyndhurst Community Center
May 16th 2017

Released: 3/23/2017
Menu: Community Center - Visit The Community Center Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website A "Community CPR Class," will be held Tuesday, May 16th 2017 at 6:00 PM at the Lyndhurst Community Center, located at 1341 Parkview Drive. The Class is $25 for residents and $35 for non-residents, and includes the book. Reservations must be ...
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Arc Nation Softball 1st Annual Flap Jack Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebee's
April 1st 2017

Released: 3/22/2017
Arc Nation Softball 1st Annual Flap Jack Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebee's - April 1st 2017 Join the 2017 Softball Team season kick off at Applebee's, 5658 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124 on April 1st from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM and for $10.00 enjoy Pancakes, Bacon, Potatoes, Juice, Coffee, and Soda. Tickets can be purchased from any player ...
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Lyndhurst Garden Club Presents: Lighting and Nutrients
April 6th 2017

Released: 03/20/2017
Menu: Community Center - Visit The Community Center / Lyndhurst Garden Club Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website Plants, like all other living things, need food for their growth and development. Plants require 16 essential elements including carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The remaining 13 essential elements are supplied either from soil minerals and ...
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Cleveland Water Open House
May 13th 2017

Released: 03/20/2017
Cleveland Water Open House: May 13th 2017. Know It, Love It. Cleveland Water Open House. Saturday, May 13th 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Nottingham Water Treatment Plant. 1300 Chardon Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44117. Water Treatment Plant Tours. Cleveland Water's Tapping ...
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Calendars Featuring Pictures of Historic Lyndhurst Available at City Hall for $20.00 USD Each
Released: 3/20/2017
Read the Full Story In commemoration of its 100th Anniversary the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio has a limited number of calendars featuring pictures of historic Lyndhurst, available at City Hall for the low price $20.00. This makes a wonderful holiday gift!
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Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund Deadline
March 31st 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund of The Cleveland Foundation. For Further Information Contact: Michelle Blackford, Donor Relations, (216) 615-7145. For Additional Information: (216) 691-2291. The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund of ...
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4th Annual Pancake Breakfast With The Bunny!
April 2nd 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
4th Annual Pancake Breakfast With The Bunny! - April 2nd 2017 Enjoy a traditional pancake breakfast, (a la carte items available, as well) to benefit Northeast Girl Scouts Troop 70120 Glad Bag Project. The Bunny will be available for visits and pictures between trips to the carrot patch, so don't forget the camera! No ...
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Military Resource Fair
April 3rd 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
Military Resource Fair - April 3rd 2017 - City of Lyndhurst, Ohio State Representative Marlene Anielski will be hosting a Military Resource Fair on Monday, April 3rd, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon at the City of Independence Civic Center. The Civic Center is located at 6363 Selig Drive, Independence, Ohio 44131. This ...
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South Euclid Lyndhurst Historical Society 2017 Programs
April 5th 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
Read the Full Story Wednesday, February 1st 2017: Feisty, Fearless & Fabulous. Wednesday, April 5th 2017: Tales From Down Under, And We Ain't Talkin' Australia. Programs begin approximately 7:45 PM (following our 7:30 meeting) at D’Amico Community Center . . .
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Community Shredding Day
April 15th 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
Join us for a Community Shredding Day on Saturday, April 15th 2017. The shredding truck will be located in the Municipal Center parking lot from 11:30 AM until 3:30 PM. This service is available to Lyndhurst residents only and proof of residency is required.
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Free Walk-In Taxpayer Assistance
April 15th 2017 Deadline

Released: 3/20/2017
Menu: Departments / Finance Department - Visit the Departments / Finance Department Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website Free Walk-In Taxpayer Assistance is provided for all taxpayers who are required to file a municipal income tax return for any RITA municipality. Agents will be on-site to answer questions and assist with RITA municipal income tax return preparation. To ...
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2017 Lyndhurst Home Day Celebration: 100 Year Anniversary
Official Information Packet
September 8th, 9th, and 10th 2017

Released: 3/20/2017
Menu: Home Day 2017 - View, print, or download the 2017 Lyndhurst Homeday Celebration Official Information Packet. Bring the entire family and join us for the 2017 Lyndhurst Home Day Celebration! Festivities begin Friday, September 8th at 5:00 PM! The games, the food, the fun, the family, dancing, parade, you name it, we've got it! Check out the Full Story for complete event information. See you there!
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Donate Your Unwanted Goods To More Than 140 Organizations with 'Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide To Donating Usable Stuff'
Released: 3/13/2017
Donate Your Unwanted Goods To More Than 140 Organizations with 'Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide To Donating Usable Stuff' Cuyahoga County businesses and residents can donate their unwanted items with the help of a useful book published by the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District called 'Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide to Donating Usable Stuff'. Since ...
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Scam Alert: City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department
The Dos and Don'ts of Avoiding Scams

Released: 3/13/2017
Con artists are not always easy to spot. They can be friendly or persuasive, even helpful. They can also be aggressive and insistent. When dealing with a telemarketer you believe is fraudulent, your best protection is to just hang up the ...
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No Solicitors Notice
Released: 3/6/2017
Read the Full Story Lyndhurst residents who do not want solicitors coming to their home may display a No Solicitors Notice at their doors. The 3.5" x 2.5" yellow stickers are available at no charge to residents at the Lyndhurst Police / Fire / EMS Dispatch Window 24/7, or . . .
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Please Be Courteous: Pick Up After Your Dog
Released: 3/6/2017
Please Be Courteous: Pick Up After Your Dog Please be courteous and pick up after your dog! It is important to remember that it is not only courteous, it’s the law. Lyndhurst C.O. 618.19 (c). Thank you!
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio
2017 Sidewalk Repair Program Updates

Released: 2/20/2017
2016 Sidewalk Repair Program Updates - City of Lyndhurst, Ohio The City's sidewalk program inspections will be starting soon. The program area is shown on the map. The area is bordered by Anderson Road, Fairlawn Road, Richmond Road, and Professor Road. Our inspector will be looking at walks that have ...
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From The Community Partnership on Aging
Released: 2/20/2017
CARE (Communities Assisting Residential Elders) receives Cuyahoga County Department of Senior and Adult Services (DSAS) Senior Center Innovation Grant to launch new program in 2017! A collaborative effort of representatives from ...
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From the Lyndhurst Garden Club
2017 News and Events

Released: 02/20/2017
Menu: Community Center - Visit The Community Center / Lyndhurst Garden Club Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website Come and learn how to create your own a fairy garden. Sharyn Horvath will create a garden during the program, which will be raffled off to one of our members or guests. Fairy gardens are miniature gardens that, with their small plants, houses ...
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio to Resume Deer Management Program
Details and FAQ

Released: 1/2/2017
Read the Full Story The City of Lyndhurst has been granted permit by the Ohio Division of Wildlife for the trapping and culling of deer as one part of its Deer Management Program. While culling deer has not been the City's first choice for controlling the deer population, it has ...
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Lyndhurst Life Magazine November 2016 Issue Available Here
Released: 12/26/2016
Menu: Lyndhurst Life Magazine - Visit The Lyndhurst Life Magazine Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website Lyndhurst on the Rise. An inside look at the influx of new businesses coming to Lyndhurst as well as Life in Lyndhurst in the months ahead. Welcome to Lyndhurst Life Magazine!
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Electric Service Announcement for Residents
of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio (Updated)

Released: 11/28/2016
All residents will continue to receive electric service. Lyndhurst residents will be receiving this week in the mail a letter including an OPT-OUT card which will spell out the terms of the new agreement. NOPEC has reached an agreement with a new supplier ...
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From the Fire Department
Give Your Chimney Some TLC

Released: 10/24/2016
Visit the Fire Department Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website When you enjoy sitting in front of a cozy fire or bask in the warmth of your wood stove you likely give very little, if any, thought to the "health" of your chimney. However, if you do not give any thought to the condition of your chimney prior to lighting those ...
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From the Service Department
Underground and Behind the Scenes
Improving Euclid Creek Water Quality

Released: 10/24/2016
Menu: Departments / Service Department - Visit The Departments / Service Department Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website While mostly out of sight, out of mind, and taken for granted, well-maintained sanitary and storm sewer systems are critical for the health of Euclid Creek and Lake Erie. Not many know that The City of Lyndhurst, Ohio is responsible for maintaining many ...
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Deer Survey 2016 Results
Released: 10/17/2016
City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Deer Survey 2016: Results City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Deer Survey 2016 Results. Situational explanation plus fully graphed results from all 16 questions. Sincerest thanks to all of our residents that helped us to gather this valuable information.
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio 2015 Financial Review
Released: 10/3/2016
One of our primary goals is to keep you well informed. To that end please find our Annual Financial Review contained herein. We hear often about the wonderful services our employees deliver and this financial snapshot illustrates how our City Council ...
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Pro Martial Arts Opens in Lyndhurst, Ohio
Released: 9/19/2016
On Saturday, August 27th 2016 Pro Martial Arts Lyndhurst had their Grand Opening at 5143 Mayfied Road in Lyndhurst, Ohio. Pro Martial Arts Lyndhurst is dedicated to bringing healthier lifestyle opportunities to you and your children. Learn more today ...
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Gun Safety: Free Gun Locks Available to Residents from the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department
Released: 8/29/2016
Gun Safety. Free Gun Locks are available to residents from the Lyndhurst Police Department. Residents only. One lock per family. Lyndhurst Police Department
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Lyndhurst Fire Department Smoke Detector Program
Offers Free Photoelectric Smoke Alarms Plus Installation
To Eligible Residents

Released: 8/29/2016
Launch the City of Lyndhurst Fire Department Application For a Free Photoelectric Smoke Alarm plus Installation The Lyndhurst Fire Department Smoke Detector Program offers free Photoelectric Smoke Alarms plus Installation to residents that meet the following criteria: 1.) Live in the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio. 2.) Own and occupy your home. 3.) Are A) 65 or older, B) On ...
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In Remembrance: City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department, Retired K9 Sully End of Watch: August 14th 2016
Released: 8/15/2016
Read the Full Story K9 Sully's final watch ended on August 14th 2016. On behalf of the entire City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department we thank you for your many years of dedicated service. In loving memory, K9 Sully.
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Project Description for Interstate Route 271 and Cedar / Brainard Roads Interchange Improvements
Released: 7/25/2016
The purpose of the project is to improve safety at the I-271 interchange by reducing congestion. Additionally, the signals along the corridor currently are not operating as efficiently as they ...
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department's K9 Aries To Get Body Armor
Released: 6/27/2016
City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department's K9 Aries To Get Body Armor The City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Police Department's K9-Aries will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to the generosity of two non-profit organizations. In a display of their support for law enforcement, V-Twin Cruisers Motorcycle Club - NE Ohio ...
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Heritage Home Program: A Second Opinion Could Save You Thousands
Released: 4/18/2016
The Heritage Home Program is known for its fixed-rate, low interest loans and its free technical assistance, often accompanied by a site visit to the house. Technical assistance can range from color consultations to project prioritization, but one of our ...
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Deer Management FAQ
City of Lyndhurst, Ohio

Released: 2/1/2016
Deer Management FAQ City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Throughout the month of February and March, the City of Lyndhurst will, as one part of its Deer Management Program, be trapping and culling deer. While culling deer is not the City's first choice for controlling deer population, it has become necessary to ...
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The Hillcrest 100, Inc.
Released: 11/4/2015
The Hillcrest 100, Inc. The Hillcrest 100 follows the proud tradition of other clubs across the United States. The concept of the 100 Club was born in Detroit in 1952. Following the fatal shooting of a young Detroit officer, William M. Packer, the owner of an automobile dealership ...
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Local Organizations Directory
Released: 11/4/2015
Local Organizations Directory - Visit the Local Organizations Directory Section of the City  of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website A list of Local Organizations which include contact names and phone numbers. This list has been added to the Lyndhurst City Website permanently and will be kept up-to-date for those of you looking for a quick directory of all Local Organizations.
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Are You A Long Time Resident of the City of Lyndhurst or South Euclid, Ohio? If You Are, The SE-L Historical Society Would Love To Talk With You
Released: 11/1/2015
Visit the South Euclid - Lyndhurst Historical Society Website Accurate histories of our cities depend on long time residents like you. We hope that you will give this commitment sincere consideration. You may contact me, Bob McKimm, Assistant Curator for the SE-L Historical Society at (216) 970-2333 ...
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Individually Sized Bell Bicycle Helmets $10.00
Released: 8/31/2015
Individually Sized Bell Bicycle Helmets $10.00 Helmet fittings are on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only. Please call Melissa at (440) 449-5011 to schedule. Children must be at least 24 months old. We will also be fitting helmets at Legacy Village's Annual "Kid's Village" on Sunday, July 12th 2015.
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City of Lyndhurst, Ohio
Permanent City Council Meeting Time Change Announcement

Released: 8/8/2015
Visit The City Council Section of the Lyndhurst City Website Please be advised that as of August 3, 2015 all City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Council Meetings will now start at 7:30 PM. This is a permanent time change outlined within Ordinance Number 2015-58, passed on August 3, 2015. Thank you.
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How To Report Elder Abuse
Because Abuse is Never OK

Released: 6/1/2015
Report Elder Abuse to local authorities or call the Attorney General's Office at: 1-800-282-0515 or visit www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/ElderAbuse. Mike DeWine, Ohio Attorney General. Protecting Ohio's families. Don't let Elder ...
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Deer Management Guide
City of Lyndhurst, Ohio

Released: 4/28/2015
The information below will help you address many of the problems caused by deer in the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio as well as provide you with the options available to you in the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio to address these situations. The city and Division of Wildlife ...
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Follow R.I.T.A. (Regional Income Tax Agency) on Twitter
@RitaOhio

Released: 3/19/2015
In order to provide our members and taxpayers with up to date communication, the Agency has established a Twitter Account. We started to post "tweets" on Friday, March 13th. Please follow us on Twitter @RitaOhio.
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Severe Weather Preparation and Recovery Toolkit
From The Ohio Department of Insurance

Released: 7/30/2014
The Ohio Department of Insurance has created this special toolkit to help Ohioans prepare for severe weather and recover from any damage it may have left behind. You can call the Department's consumer hotline at (800) 686-1526 with any insurance-related questions and stay informed by following the Department on twitter @OHInsurance and Facebook at ...
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Homeowners / Renter Insurance for Emergencies & Disasters
What You Need to Know

Released: 7/30/2014
Executive Summary: Homeowners or renter's insurance is your protection against a devastating loss involving your property and personal belongings. If you are a homeowner, an important consideration is whether your insurance covers natural disasters. If you rent, your landlord may insure the building you live in, but the landlord's insurance won't cover your personal ...
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From The Police Department
Prescription Drug Drop Box Program

Released: 6/13/2014
The City of Lyndhurst is participating in the County's Drug Drop Box Program for the disposal of unwanted medications. This program is part of the battle against the heroin epidemic in that the abuse of prescription painkillers can lead to heroin usage. Disposing of expired, unused or unwanted medicines to collection sites such as this, will not only help counter prescription drug ...
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How To Dispose Of Latex Paint
Released: 5/30/2014
Latex paint is not accepted in the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Program. It can be cleaned up with water and is not flammable. Air dry. Use a drying agent: cat litter, sawdust, plaster of Paris, Oil-Dri or “waste paint hardeners” found at home improvement centers. When the paint is dry, discard it with your regular trash. Leave the lid off so the waste collector ...
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Reimagining Your Lawn
Released: 5/14/2014
Many homeowners strive for the idealized lush, green lawn. However, this perfect lawn is often achieved at the expense of water quality and wildlife diversity. It doesn't have to be that way. Small changes in lawn care routines and landscaping practices can reduce pollution in local streams and lake erie, and enhance wildlife and pollinator habitat while maintaining ...
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Home Repair Resource Center
Available to Lyndhurst Residents
Learn More Today

Released: 4/8/2014
Home Repair Resource Center is a nonprofit organization based in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. We offer a variety of programs that encourage responsible home ownership. Our classes for home buyers prepare them to purchase a home and budget for needed repairs. Our hands-on workshops teach do-it-yourself home maintenance. Our consultations for seniors help them ...
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Cuyahoga County: Sign Up for County Alerts and Information
Released: 3/18/2014
Cuyahoga County is offering an opportunity for county residents to sign up for emergency alerts and other important information. On Monday, March 3rd, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald announced the launch of the County's new mass notification system, ReadyNotify. The new service, which is free to county residents, will provide users with immediate information ...
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Cuyahoga County: Flooding Safety Tips
Released: 3/18/2014
While there have been times this winter when we may have doubted it, spring will eventually arrive. With spring comes the seasonal risk of flooding. Warm rain, melting snow, ice-covered rivers, and frozen ground can combine to produce flooding along streams and rivers and in any low-lying area. There is not much a homeowner can do to prevent flooding, but there are steps ...
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Like Us on Facebook to Begin Receiving City News Updates as Part of Your Facebook News Feed
Released: 1/15/2014
Like us on Facebook to begin receiving City News updates as part of your Facebook News Feed. Connect with us on Facebook at Facebook.com/CityOfLyndhurstOhio. The City of Lyndhurst, Ohio has joined Facebook and invites you to stop by and Like our new Facebook Page in order to begin receiving City News updates as part of your Facebook News Feed.
 
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Welcome to Live Long Lyndhurst
Released: 10/17/2013
Live Long Lyndhurst is a Health and Wellness Partnership between the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio, Cleveland Clinic Community Outreach, Legacy Village, Cleveland Metroparks at Acacia, The Fedeli Group, the YMCA, South Euclid - Lyndhurst Schools, Second Sole, and Anthem BlueCross BlueShield. Register with us today at www.LiveLongLyndhurst.com to receive ongoing information about this new and exciting initiative. And please join us in person for these upcoming free events designed to increase health and wellness awareness for you and your loved ones.
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City of Lyndhurst Implements Everbridge Community Mass Notification System
Released: 9/9/2013
After exploring several vendors, the City of Lyndhurst has chosen Everbridge as their new community mass notification system. Everbridge will allow the City of Lyndhurst to promptly notify their residents of emergency situations via phone, text message, or email in a matter of minutes. The system will also be used for non-emergency notifications such as parking snow bans or power outage information. Additionally, residents will be able ...
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Take Action: Join CPS-3 Today
Released: 8/16/2013
Do you want to see the world with less cancer and more birthdays? Are you between the ages of 30 and 65? Do you have 20 minutes to spare? Do you want to join the American Cancer Society in making history? Take action. Join CPS-3 today. Visit www.ClevelandCPS3.org to schedule your appointment at one of our Greater Cleveland YMCA enrollment sites. Who is eligible to participate? Anyone who: is willing to make ...
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Cleveland Metroparks Acacia Reservation
Released: 6/25/2013
Acacia Reservation, a 155 acre green space oasis, is located in the City of Lyndhurst. The west branch of Euclid Creek flows northwestward through Acacia Reservation to join the main branch in Euclid Creek Reservation. A 1.7 mile paved loop trail is open, though the building at the main entrance is not currently open to the public.
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Attention Residents: Help Keep Lyndhurst Beautiful
Released: 6/4/2013
Trash can and recycling can side by side. We are seeking the assistance of each and every Lyndhurst resident to help us keep Lyndhurst beautiful by putting trash and recycling bins out no earlier than 5:00 pm on the evening preceding your garbage pick up date. We can take this one step further by making certain we bring those bins back in on the same day our garabge is picked up. We thank you in advance for doing your part to help keep Lyndhurst beautiful!
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From The Police Department: Crime Prevention Tips:
Run. Hide. Fight. Surviving An Active Shooter Event (Video)

Released: 5/20/2013
Run. Hide. Fight. Surviving An Active Shooter Event. Do you know what to do in the event of an active shooter? This "Run. Hide. Fight." video will provide you with the information you need to survive an active shooter event.
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Heritage Home Program: Excellent Terms for Home Improvement Loans
Released: 3/5/2013
The City of Lyndhurst has partnered with the Cleveland Restoration Society to offer low-interest home rehabilitation loans for homeowners of properties 50 years or older. Our Heritage Home Program(SM) is now available for as low as 1.4% (interest rate) for up to a 10 year term and is financed through KeyBank. Homeowners can use the Heritage Home Program financing services for a large variety of home maintenance ...
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What Families Can Do When a Child May Have a Mental Illness
Released: 1/2/2013
If you are worried about your child’s mental health, follow your instincts. Unexplained changes in a child’s behavior and/or mood may be the early warning signs of a mental health condition and should never be ignored. There are many different types of mental illness, and it isn’t easy to simplify the range of challenges children face. One way to begin to get a handle on this question is to get an evaluation of your child or teen ...
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Hillcrest Meals on Wheels
Released: 9/7/2012
Hillcrest Meals on Wheels is a service designed to meet the nutritional needs of homebound, disabled and elderly residents, who are unable to shop or prepare meals. Meals are delivered Monday through Friday between 11:00 and noon by volunteers. Hillcrest Meals on Wheels offers a choice of a hot meal plan with an option of two different supplementary meal plans for a minimal fee. These meals are ...
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The Pictorial History of Lyndhurst by Thomas S. Treer in conjunction with the Lyndhurst Historical Society (1992)
Released: 5/2/2012
These books, though initially released in 1992, are still available and still every bit as moving as they were the day they were released. Written by Thomas S. Treer in conjunction with the Lyndhurst Historical Society these books are $20 each, and contain many rare and wonderful photographs along with a wealth of historical information about our beautiful city. You may purchase "The Pictorial History of Lyndhurst" at Lyndhurst City Hall ...
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South Euclid Lyndhurst Historical Society Museum
Released: 4/24/2012
The Historical Museum is located in the five-room gardener's quarters of the Telling mansion that is now the South Euclid Lyndhurst branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. The collection focuses on the history of our two cities. Open most Saturdays from 1-3pm. Free. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of some months. See LyndhurstHistory.org for details.
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Hillcrest Kiwanis Meetings
Released: 2/1/2012
Hillcrest Kiwanis meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM at the Lyndhurst Community Center for dinner and a meeting and we are all about social service.
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From The Community Center: Collecting Box Tops
Released: 1/3/2012
The Sunview Elementary PTA is collecting Box Tops for Education labels at the Community Center beginning January 1, 2012. Proceeds from the labels directly benefit Sunview, and are used by the teachers to purchase equipment, software and other supplies that exceed their annual allowance. Each label is worth 10 cents so don't throw those labels away! Where can you find Box Top labels? Many different grocery brands including Scott ...
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Important Information Regarding The Emerald Ash Borer
City of Lyndhurst Discovers the Presence of Emerald Ash Borer
Released: 10/6/2011
The City of Lyndhurst has discovered the presence of the highly destructive insect known as the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). The Emerald Ash Borer is a small, metallic green, non-native invasive pest whose larvae feast on the trunks of ash trees, ultimately disrupting their ability to transport nutrients and causing the tree's eventual decline and death. The EAB infestation in Lyndhurst was discovered on Irene Road in July by the Service ...
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City of Lyndhurst Text-To-Join Feature Now Available
Released: 7/1/2011
In addition to providing your email address via the city website (@ www.lyndhurst-oh.com) to get yourself onto the city mailing list (you are on the list already, aren't you?) you can now subscribe by text message as well from any SMS-capable phone or mobile device. Just text "LYNDHURST" to 22828 today to get started!
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Attention Lyndhurst Home-Based Business Owners: Don't Miss Out!
Released: 4/8/2011
We are currently forming a support and networking group for the Lyndhurst Community's Home Based Businesses. We, as Lyndhurst neighbors, will share the joys and heartaches that face home based businesses, support each other in whatever way we can, while at the same time gaining new business contacts. Come join us for camaraderie and new business insights! For more information contact Laurie at LE192@aol.com.
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S.N.A.P.S. Special Needs Advocacy and Parent Support
ReReleased: 2/11/2011
S.N.A.P.S. is a parent based group designed to support and educate parents and family members of special needs children from infancy to adulthood. Family members share ideas and experiences through the speaker series and monthly meetings. We offer the opportunity for parents with children of diverse needs to meet and help improve your child's social, emotional and academic achievement. Meetings ...
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A New Low-Cost Flood Insurance Option for You
Released: 2/10/2011
Preferred Risk Policy Eligibility Extension. A New Low-Cost Flood Insurance Option for You. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) introduces a new flood insurance rating option for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to help reduce the financial burden placed on property owners whose buildings are newly mapped into a high-risk flood area. Upon a request from the President Congress ...
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Get the New Legacy Village iPhone App
Mobile Application Offers Store Directory, Special Event Listings and More
Released: 2/2/2011
Travel with a personal shopping assistant the next time you visit Legacy Village by downloading the new "Shop Legacy" iPhone App. The App will allow users to map out the quickest path to the merchants they want to visit and receive real-time updates about happenings at Legacy Village. The new technology, which is compatible with the iPhone, iPod and iPad - downloadable for FREE from the Apple iTunes App Store ...
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Residents And Businesses Are Provided The Following Free Online Services Through R.I.T.A. Website
Released: 1/5/2011
REGIONAL INCOME TAX AGENCY (R.I.T.A.): www.ritaohio.com. R.I.T.A. E-File: A quick, easy and secure way to file your municipal income taxes online with R.I.T.A. INDIVIDUALS ARE PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING FEATURES: 1. A simple step-by-step calculation of taxes or refunds. 2. Ability to file even if you moved in 2008. 3. Electronic transfer of refunds into checking or savings. Pay by credit card or ACH (electronic debit of checking ...
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Community Partnership On Aging Seeking Contractors With a Heart
Released: 5/17/2010
The Community Partnership on Aging is looking for contractors who are willing to donate some of their time and skills to help one (or more) economically disadvantaged senior adults in the community with various home repairs. Your donation of time and skills can be a tax deduction, and your company may be recognized in our monthly newsletter. If you are willing to help create a more caring community for our older adults, or for ...
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Cleveland Restoration Society: Window Replacement Is Not Always Necessary
Released: 4/21/2010
When prioritizing their list of home improvement projects, many homeowners consider switching out their original windows with vinyl replacements. Before you dig into your savings or head to the bank to apply for financing, take time to consider how you can save money by simply repairing and restoring your original windows. Here are a few facts: Repair is cheaper than replacement. Repairing original windows and ...
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Learn About All Affordable Health Insurance Options from a Neutral and Free Source:
bWell Informed

Released: 10/27/2009
bWell-Informed, a local Cleveland company with regional and national scope, provides a useful learning experience online to find affordable health insurance options. bWell-informed is NOT paid by the health insurance carriers and they bring a personalized and analytic method to simplifying health insurance purchasing, whether for a short term policy as a COBRA ...
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What is a Watershed?
Released: 6/16/2009
Watersheds are the places we call home, where we work and where we play. What you and others do within your watershed impacts the quality and quantity of water and other natural resources. Healthy watersheds are not only vital for a healthy environment, but also for a healthy economy. Water from all rivers and streams in Cuyahoga County flow into Lake Erie. Lake Erie is not only the source of our drinking ...
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Euclid Creek Watershed: Storm Water Runoff: Slow It Down, Spread It Out, Soak It In
Released: 5/4/2009
What is Storm Water Runoff? Storm water runoff occurs when precipitation from rain or snowmelt flows over the ground. Impervious surfaces like driveways, sidewalks, and streets prevent storm water from naturally soaking into the ground. Why is Storm Water Runoff a Problem? Storm water can pick up debris, chemicals, dirt and other pollutants and flow into a storm sewer system ...
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"Buzz Cuts": Send a Video Message to a Friend, Family Member, or Neighbor Serving our Country
Released: 1/29/2009
Brush High School's AVTV Productions is offering an opportunity to send a personal message from individuals in our community to a family member or friend that is serving our country either at home or in foreign lands. As our military is away from loved ones, we thought that we could video tape a family or individual in our studio. The DVDs would ...
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Dominion East Ohio Encourages You To "Get Turned On To Energy Choice" Through New Website
Released: 10/20/2008
Dominion East Ohio has launched a new website to help make the best choices in purchasing natural gas. The interactive site, which serves as a one-stop shop for gas choice information, can be accessed online at www.dominiongaschoice.com. The site's theme is, "Get Turned On To Energy Choice." Dominion East Ohio worked with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO), the Office of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel (OCC), natural gas suppliers and community organizations, to launch ...
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BusinessWeek Ranks Lyndhurst #28 Out of 50 Best Places to Raise Your Kids in the United States in 2007
Released: 1/1/2008
Best Places to Raise Your Kids, 2007 - Great Places to Raise Kids — for Less. Family-oriented neighborhoods with the most affordable homes and the best schools may be hiding in places you've never heard of. The 50 most kid-friendly small towns and suburbs in the U.S. -- where crime rates and cost of living are low, and schools, test scores, and cultural activities are better than most. By: Douglas MacMillan, BusinessWeek ...
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Give The Gift of Brush
Released: 5/21/2007
For almost 80 years, Charles F. Brush High School has graced our landscape, its clock tower a familiar landmark. This beautiful building is now available as a commemorative wooden piece (approximately 5 x 7 inches) made in Ohio exclusively for the Brush Band Boosters. What a special gift for a Brush alum, staff member, student or graduating senior! These commemorative buildings are available for $15 ...
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NOPEC Information
Released: 2/11/2007
The Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council, or NOPEC, is made up of 118 member communities, large and small, spread across eight Northeast Ohio counties. Voters in each of these communities approved the formation of NOPEC in November, 2000, by passing ordinances that authorized their local government to aggregate all utility customers within the community. The concept of NOPEC is a simple one. By banding together into one large ...
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What You Should Do When the Lights Go Out
Released: 6/12/2006
As the weather changes, we can always expect storms, and with them, storm-related power outages. Now is a good time to make sure you are prepared in the event that the power goes out. If your lights go out, first check for problems with the fuses or breakers in your home. Once you've determined that the problem is not inside your home, contact The Illuminating Company to report an outage. The best way to do this is to call the automated reporting line ...
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Environmental and Emergency Contacts for Cuyahoga County
Released: 5/21/2005
Each year hundreds of residents contact the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District regarding a host of environmental issues. If you are one of these residents, you may find the brochure below a good resource tool. The Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District staff developed this brochure to provide a quick response to county residents. All of the agencies were contacted to determine if they were the appropriate agency. This ...
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