Welcome to the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio

 
Menu: Lyndhurst Life Magazine - Visit The Lyndhurst Life Magazine Section of the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website
 
 
Enter your email address below to have city news delivered right to your inbox.
 
Subscribe to the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Newsletter to have current City News delivered right to your inbox:
 
 
 


NEWS ARCHIVES / 2009:
 
Search the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Website.
 
Subscribe to the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio Newsletter to have current city information delivered right to your inbox.
 
Subscribe to the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio RSS Channel here, or by adding lyndhurst-oh.com/feed.xml to your preferred news aggregator.
 
Subscribe to the City of Lyndhurst, Ohio YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/CityOfLyndhurstOhio.
 
Like or follow us on Facebook to begin receiving current city information as part of your Facebook News Feed. Connect with us on Facebook at Facebook.com/CityOfLyndhurstOhio.

 
 
 Released in December 2009:

City Marquee: Happy Holidays
Released: 12/21/2009
Archived
MERRY CHRISTMAS
&
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


City Marquee: Holiday Food Drive
Released: 12/8/2009
Archived
HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE
DROP OFF AT
CITY HALL LOBBY
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


SELREC Singers: Annual Holiday Concert
Released: 12/4/2009
Archived
WHO: SELREC Singers, a non-profit community group, consists of approximately 45 men and women from the Cleveland area who perform for events and organizations monthly. The SELREC (South Euclid / Lyndhurst Recreation) Singers stage two shows each year - a winter holiday concert and a scripted show in June. WHAT: The SELREC Singers' Annual Holiday Concert features ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Upcoming Lyndhurst CERT Ongoing Training Session
Released: 12/4/2009
Archived
The next Lyndhurst CERT ongoing session is confirmed for January 23, 2010 at the Community Center. Time as usual, is 9:00 AM to Noon. Subjects will be announced.
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in November 2009:

CPR Class
Released: 11/21/2009
Archived
A "Community CPR Class," will be held Monday, January 11th 2010 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 made by calling Clarice at (440) 442-5777. Space is limited. CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Holiday Food Drive
Released: 11/21/2009
Archived
Your non-perishable food items can be dropped off at City Hall through December 18th or brought to the Annual Holiday Lighting on Friday, December 4th at 7:00 PM. Items needed most are canned meats and fish, canned fruits and vegetables, peanut butter and hot & cold cereals.
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Euclid Creek Watershed Updates
Released: 11/10/2009
Archived
Stormwater Public Meetings Listing, Euclid Beach Cleanup, FOEC Holiday Gathering Information, and much, much more!
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Revive Boutique Opens at Legacy Village: Store Showcases Fair Trade Gifts From Around the World
Released: 11/6/2009
Archived
Revive, an independent boutique offering fair trade products for men, women, children and the home, will celebrate the grand opening of its Legacy Village location on Saturday, November 7. The store will return to Legacy Village as a permanent tenant following a successful holiday season last year. The store specializes in eco-friendly, handcrafted goods, such as clothing and ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Residents And Businesses Are Provided The Following Free Online Services Through R.I.T.A. Website
Released: 11/3/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Unwrap the Rewards this Holiday Season at Legacy Village: Bonus Gift Card Events, Night of Lights and More Highlight Festivities
Released: 11/3/2009
Archived
Legacy Village will offer holiday shoppers several ways to complete their shopping lists while managing their budgets with three great ways to earn bonus gift cards. Holiday fun abounds with the annual Night of Lights on November 20, visits with Santa, free holiday gift wrap, complimentary carriage rides, musical entertainment and a Hanukkah celebration. Unwrap the ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in October 2009:

Learn About All Affordable Health Insurance Options from a Neutral and Free Source:
bWell Informed

Released: 10/27/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Hollywood Glitz and Glamour Comes to Legacy Village: Celebrity Jewelz Opens its Doors
Released: 10/19/2009
Archived
Shoppers at Legacy Village now have the opportunity to look like their favorite celebrity just by adding a touch of sparkle to their wardrobes. Celebrity Jewelz opened this week and features high-quality costume jewelry and ladies accessories, inspired by well-known personalities – from both the past and present - Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe, Jennifer Aniston and Paris ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Notice: Check Your Voting Information Prior to the November 3, 2009 General Election
(Map Included)

Released: 10/16/2009
Archived
The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has made changes to voting precinct boundaries and voting locations throughout Cuyahoga County. Ward boundaries have also changed in Cleveland. Voters need to know their correct ward, precinct and voting location. When voters cast a ballot on Election Day, they are required to vote in their correct voting location and ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Mayor's Desk: New Procedures for Rubbish Collection Beginning in Mid-November
Released: 10/13/2009
Archived
Dear Neighbors: Please read the following information carefully, as it involves new procedures for rubbish collection. Automated Rubbish Collection: In mid-November, the City of Lyndhurst will implement automated rubbish collection. This system will offer a more convenient way for you to set out your rubbish. It is a more efficient and cost effective method to collect waste as well as ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Tri-City Consortium On Aging Updates
Released: 10/3/2009
Archived
HEAP and Weatherization Programs: This year both the HEAP and Weatherization Program can be accessed by any household at or below 200% of the poverty guidelines: One person: up to $21,660 | 2 persons: up to $29,140 | 3 persons: up to $36,620 | 4 persons: up to $44,100. If you are interested in getting help to complete an application or picking up information ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


FEMA Flood Map Update
Released: 10/1/2009
Archived
Please read the Full Story for a FEMA Flood Map update.
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in September 2009:

From The Mayor's Desk
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
Dear Neighbors: As summer comes to a close, the children are back in school, the summer sports leagues are over and we await the brilliant color change of the trees in our yards, I'm sure you reflect like I do on all that has been accomplished over the summer months. In the City of Lyndhurst, we have been very busy. Over nine hundred thousands dollars has been put into ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Police Department
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
Back to School: Now that school is in session, motorists are reminded to heed school zone speed limits and use caution in any area where students are present. Snow Plowing: As we approach the snow season, many residents will be establishing agreements with private snow plow companies. Companies providing this service in Lyndhurst are required to have a permit ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Fire Department
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
The winter season will soon be upon us so I would like to share with you some winter safety tips. The most dangerous place to be, with regard to a fire is in your own home. Three quarters of all fire deaths occur in residences. With that in mind I would urge all residents to install smoke detectors on each floor of their home and see that the batteries are changed on a ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Lyndhurst Municipal Court
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
Our summer interns, Ryan and Michael have returned to their respective colleges, Miami University and Canisius. Because of their excellent organizational and computer skills, they were major helpers with the Court's record retention requirements and updating the collection process. Now that the new school year has begun, keep in mind that Judge Bozza welcomes student ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Building Department
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
2009 has been almost a year as no other when related to matters of housing, i.e., foreclosures, vacancies, abandoned, neglected, etc. The same problems as most other communities have that are similar in nature to Lyndhurst across the nation. But thanks to a great staff within the department; Building Inspector Larry Puskas, Housing Inspector Joseph Mandato and our Secretary ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Service Department
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
The City of Lyndhurst will be implementing automated rubbish collection in mid November. Each home will be issued a 96 gallon cart for refuse. The new carts will hold the equivalent of three normal size trash cans or six large bags. If you find that your household is producing more rubbish than the cart can handle, you will be able to purchase an additional cart in the near future ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


From The Community Center
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
Community Center Update | Melissa Weldon, Coordinator (440) 449-5011 | The 2010 Calendar is NOW open - Lyndhurst residents, wanting to rent the Center for their own personal events may begin booking them today. Please keep in mind that May and June are very popular months. If as a resident you would like to rent the Center for the use of your non-resident ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) Update
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
By: Keith C. Packard, Executive Director
The Lyndhurst Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is ready and willing to help the community in times of emergency. For instance, Lyndhurst CERT has already been called upon to help the community this year. On Wednesday, June 24th the City of Lyndhurst experienced a major reduction in water pressure due ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Euclid Creek Watershed Summer / Fall 2009 Newsletter
Released: 9/30/2009
Archived
Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: In the last newsletter we reported on 58 million dollars in stimulus funding requested for water quality improvement projects in the Euclid Creek. Amazingly, none of these projects were funded with stimulus money, but another funding source may be on the horizon with the President’s 2010 Budget allocating $475 million for an Environmental ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in July 2009:

City of Lyndhurst Rated 14th Best Locale in the Nation for Retirement
Released: 7/13/2009
Archived
Neighborhood: Richmond Road / Cedar Road. Scout's Retirement Score: 84 of 100 (Very Good). Median House Value: $192,900. This Richmond Road and Cedar Road area, in this beautiful all-American town east of Cleveland, is a quiet, walkable neighborhood full of sophisticated, educated seniors and two magnificent country clubs, the Mayfield and the Acacia. By national standards ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in June 2009:

What is a Watershed?
Released: 6/16/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in May 2009:

H1N1 Influenza A (Swine Flu) Virus Information
Released: 5/7/2009
Archived
This information brought to you by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, the Cleveland Department of Public Health, and the City of Shaker Heights, Ohio. Ohio is one of ten (10) U.S. states with a confirmed case of H1N1 influenza A (Swine Flu). In response, the Joint City/County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been activated and operating under unified ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Euclid Creek Watershed: Storm Water Runoff: Slow It Down, Spread It Out, Soak It In
Released: 5/4/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in April 2009:

Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund - Deadline September 30th
Released: 4/1/2009
Archived
Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund of The Cleveland Foundation. For Further Information Contact: Joan Cern, Donor Relations, (216) 615-7145. For Additional Information: (216) 691-2291. The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund of The Cleveland Foundation, which was created by The Legacy Village Partners LLC to support philanthropic and other charitable purposes in Lyndhurst, its contiguous ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in February 2009:

Residents And Businesses Are Provided The Following Free Online Services Through R.I.T.A. Website
Released: 2/2/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


 
 
 Released in January 2009:

"Buzz Cuts": Send a Video Message to a Friend, Family Member, or Neighbor Serving our Country
Released: 1/29/2009
Archived
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 ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧


Euclid Creek Watershed
Released: 1/28/2009
Archived
Euclid Creek Watershed Website: For the most current information on storm water and water quality issues in the Euclid Creek Watershed please visit the Euclid Creek Watershed Website by clicking on the photo to the left. Your participation is essential to the future stewardship of this great watershed! Learn more now! About the ...
Full Story    Back To Top ⇧




Return to the top of this page.
Powered by Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd. at http://www.mindvaultsolutions.com/.