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Recycling, Grass Collection and Terrific Facts About Shaker Heights, OH
Shaker Heights was established in 1911 and was incorporated in soon after in 1912. The population is just over 28,000 residents. Railroad titans, the Van Sweringen Brothers, developed the city as a get away from the industrial downtown area of Cleveland. In its heyday, the village was one of the richest communities in the United States and still is quite lovely with its beautiful treed lined streets and sprawling estates. Somewhere around 75% of the town is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Shaker Heights is home to 3 exclusive private schools and John Carroll University.
The Shaker Heights Recreation Department has no shortage of programs and events for its residents. There is a 50-meter splash pool, 9 public playgrounds, an ice arena, and Horseshoe Lake Park. Basketball, tennis, volleyball, and baseball facilities are available for all citizens. For a city of its size, Shaker Heights has its fair share of famous people including Samuel Glazer co-founder of Mr. Coffee, actor Paul Newman, race car driver Roger Penske, and the very funny and Saturday Night Live alum, Molly Shannon.
Brush Collection and Recycling
The Department of Public Works oversees all trash, recycling, and yard waste disposal. The city provides weekly curbside recycling services. The department is located at:
Shaker Heights Public Works Department
Shaker Heights, OH 44120
Call: (216) 491-1490
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Recycling in Shaker Heights
Recycling Center is open
Saturday through Sunday 8-4
Allowable items for recycling includes
- Milk cartons
- Plastic Jugs
Banned items are the following
- Aluminum foil
- Plastic egg cartons
- Greasy pizza boxes
- Wrapping paper
Recycling Events take place at the Service Center located on Chagrin Blvd. In April and October, there is a Community Shredding Days. You can schlep up to 3 boxes of paper to shred. Also, there is a Computer Round-Up that is offered 4 times a year and the city will accept most of your E-waste.
In addition, in May, there is a Habitat for Humanity Day to drop off unusable construction items. And in May and September, the city sponsors a Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up to dispose of paints, varnishes, pesticides, etc safely. For more exciting information on these events and other recycling tips, go to the City’s website. A contaminated recycling stream is a huge threat to recycling. Never mix recyclables with non-recyclables.
Grass, Brush, and Leave Collection
Between the months of April-October, the city will pick up your yard waste. You can go to your local grocery store and buy brown yard waste bags. The bags should only contain grass clippings, organic leafy waste, and leaves. Never, under any circumstance place dog waste or gardening-related plastic into these bags. Same goes for the brush. Stack brush neatly on your tree lawn and ensure the piles are no longer than four feet and two feet wide. If possible, tie your bundles with twine. Logs or limbs must be less than six inches wide and eighteen inches long.
Leave collection begins in October and ends in mid-December. This pick up will happen every two weeks. And remember, don’t mix brush with your leaves. Through December and the end of March, while snow removal is taking place, the city will maintain brush collection services. If you plan on having a compost pile, you do need a permit. Contact City Hall for more information.