PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE Your Mayor and City of Parma Heights 6281 Pearl Road PAID CLEVELAND, OH City Council Parma Heights, Ohio 44130 PERMIT #647 Dated Material urge you to Please Deliver by April 11, 2007 PITCH IN! LET US HELP YOU RECYCLE Grant funding provided by: Printed on Recycled Paper A Message from Mayor Martin K. Zanotti PARMA HEIGHTS CITY COUNCIL KELLY C. CZACK LESLEY A. DeSOUZA ALEX V. JOHNSON JIM McCALL RICK SCHWACHENWALD ROBERT P. SEPIK MARTIN K. ZANOTTI MICHAEL P. BYRNE MAYOR COUNCIL PRESIDENT On behalf of my Administration and City Council we wish to express our continued support of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Districts efforts in promoting recycling programs and awareness activities. We strongly encourage the residents of Parma Heights to participate in Solid Waste District Recycling Round- Up events, as well as curbside recycling pick-up. Please remember that actively participating in recycling reduces both wastes sent to landfills and your tax dollars that are paid as fees to use landfills. Funding for this newsletter was provided by a Community Recycling Awareness Grant Program created by the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District. A job well done by the District Director Pat Holland and his staff. LET US HELP YOU RECYCLE! Parma Heights Service Department 440-884-9607 For further information or questions, Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District 216-443-3749 please contact: Republic Waste Services 216-741-8113 Tuesday Alexandria Drive Anita Drive Anthony Lane Beresford Avenue Beverly Drive Big Creek Parkway (between Mandalay & W. 130) Brandywine Road Concord Court REFUSE COLLECTION Eldridge Road GUIDELINES Fernhurst Avenue Greenbriar Drive (between N. Church & Anthony) City ordinances prohibit placing refuse on Greenleaf Avenue treelawns earlier than 4:00 p.m. the day prior to Huffman Road regularly scheduled pickup. All refuse and Independence Boulevard recyclables are to be placed on the treelawn by Lantern Lane 7:00 a.m. of the scheduled pickup day. Empty Lawnwood Avenue trash cans should be removed from the treelawn Mandalay Drive within 12 hours after pick-up. Maplewood Road Mariana Drive Oakwood Road Refuse Pearl Road (between W. 130 & Mandalay) Place in standard rubbish containers or plastic bags Reid Drive with a capacity of 32-35 lbs., not to exceed 60 lbs. Revere Road in weight. Rosslyn Road Tobik Trail Recyclables Valley Forge Drive Place in appropriate containers and placed 4 ft. to West 130th Street the left of your refuse. See the back of the brochure York Road (South of Kingsdale/N. Church) for further guidelines. Wednesday Appliances and Furniture Barrington Boulevard Place on the treelawn on regularly scheduled pickup Blossom Avenue day a few feet away from refuse and recyclables. Commonwealth Boulevard Lafayette Drive Lawndale Drive Carpeting Meadowbrook Drive Bundled and securely tied. Not exceeding 4 ft. in Newbury Lane length and 35 lbs. in weight. Orchard Boulevard Parma Park Boulevard Hedge Clippings, Limbs and Branches Rosedale Avenue Bundled and securely tied. Not exceeding 4 ft. in Sutherland Avenue length and 35 lbs. in weight. Woodview Boulevard Paint Thursday Latex: Lids removed and paint completely dry. Alderwood Road (between Manorford & Ackley) Oil-based: Lids removed and paint mixed with sand Appleton Drive or cat litter and paint completely dried. Aylesworth Drive Bennington Drive Berkshire Road Tires Brookmere Drive (South of Ackley) Rims removed. No more than two per week. Crenshaw Drive Crestwood Road Excluded items: Hazardous waste of any kind, Dellrose Drive (between Manorford & Ackley) large amounts of building materials, dirt, concrete, Denison Boulevard (between Ackley & Ridgewood) car batteries, and oils. Refuse not placed in proper Elsetta Avenue containers, bags or bundles. Fordwick Road Glen Oval Glendora Lane Thursday (continued) Friday (continued) Greenbriar Drive (between N. Church & Stoney Creek) Lucy Drive Hamden Road Maplecliff Drive Holliston Lane Nelwood (North of Ackley) Kenbridge Road Notabene Drive Kingsdale Boulevard Old Virginia Lynden Oval Parkhill Drive Lynnhaven Road Parma Heights Mallo Place Pearl Road (between Snow & Stumph/York) Manorford Drive Private Drive Maplecrest Avenue Queens Highway Nelwood Road (between Manorford & Ackley) Roxbury Road Newkirk Drive Royal Parkway Newland Road Snow Road North Church Drive Springwood Road (North of Ackley) Olde York Road Stoneham Road Ridgewood Drive Stonington Road Rochelle Boulevard Stratford Drive (between Ackley & Denison) Sherborn Road Stumph Road Springwood Road (between Manorford & Ackley) Twin Lakes Stoney Creek Vernondale Drive Stratford Drive (between Manorford & Ackley) Vicksburg Drive Tiffany Lane Westborough Drive York Road (between Ridgewood/Kingsdale/N. Church) Wickfield Drive Wilderness Lane Friday Ackley Boulevard Please Note: Collection will be delayed Alderwood Road (North of Ackley) Amrap Drive by one day if a holiday falls on Monday Antietam Road thru Friday. Observed holidays are: Beaconsfield Drive Big Creek Parkway (between Mandalay & Snow) Labor Day Brookmere (North of Ackley) New Years Day Calamie Drive Memorial Day Thanksgiving Chesterfield Drive Fourth of July Christmas Clearview Drive Colebrook Road Creekside Drive Deering Avenue PARMA HEIGHTS 2007 ROUND-UP EVENTS Dellrose Drive (North of Ackley) All Round-Up Events to be held at the Denison Boulevard (between Ackley & Pearl) Service Garage 6184 Pearl Road Dexter Drive Doxmere Drive Proof of Residency Required Edgebrook Boulevard Spring Computer Round-Up Edgehill Drive .........................Sat., April 14th 9AM-12PM Edward Court Eldon Drive Spring Household Hazardous Waste Elmore Drive Round-Up Emma Lane .............................Sat. May 5th 9AM-12PM Eureka Parkway Flower Drive Summer Computer Round-Up Greenheath Drive .....................Sat., August 25th 9AM-12PM Halcyon Drive Hodgman Drive Fall Household Hazardous Waste Jamestowne Drive Round-Up Keswick Drive ..................Sat. September 8th 8AM-12PM Kings Highway Scrap Tire Round-Up Layor Drive Lotusdale Drive ................Sat. September 29th 9AM-12PM CITY OF PARMA HEIGHTS RECYCLING PROGRAM Place all recyclable glass, cans and plastics in the same Blue Bag. You may use a blue supermarket bag or a container marked Recyclables in one inch letters. GLASS Bottles and jars only. Rinse clean and remove lids and rings. No need to remove labels. PLASTIC #1, #2 and #3 plastic container only. Look on the bottom for the symbol. METAL CANS Tin and aluminum cans. Rinse clean. No need to remove labels. Bundle newspaper, magazines and cardboard (each category) separately, either tied or in paper bags. NEWSPAPERS Bundled and tied (preferred) or place in paper bag. No need to remove glossy inserts. MAGAZINES All magazines and catalogs. No phone books. Bundled and tied (preferred) or placed in brown paper bags. CARDBOARD Clean corrugated cardboard. Maximum size is 3 x 3. Flatten all boxes. Bundled and tied (preferred) or placed in brown paper bags. Appliances and furniture can be No automotive batteries, placed on the curb. Freon will paints, pesticides or be removed by Republic Waste household chemicals. at no charge.
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