2022

/DocumentCenter/View/3755The following ordinances and resolutions have been passed by the Richmond Heights City Council. Typically legislation will appear here within one month of passage. Passed legislation as well as draft legislation is available at City Clerks office in City Hall. Codified Ordinances are available off-site, these are updated once a year at the beginning of the second quarter.

List of Resolutions and Ordinances 2022

  • Resolution Number 1-2022 (PDF), passed January 11, 2022 A Resolution of Recognition and Commendation for Police Officers Kevin Watts, Sean Lawlor and Kevin Rodriguez for Bravery and Professionalism in the Line of Duty and for Chagrin Valley Dispatch Personnel Laura Zehner, John Schnell, Bayyinah Brooks, Jonathan Marche, Tyler Cantonwine and Amber Brooks for Excellence in the Performance Of Their Duties.
  • Resolution Number 2-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 an ordinance amending Section 121.22 of the codified ordinances titled "Ordinances, Resolutions, Motions and Contracts" to clarify an internal reference to another division in that Section and defining "emergency measure".
  • Resolution Number 3-2022 (PDF), passed January 13, 2022 a resolution approving the appointment by the Mayor of Erron L. Bell, MD, as the councilmember for Ward 1, for an unexpired term; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 4-2022 (PDF), passed January 11, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Buckeye Energy Brokers, Inc. for electric energy consulting services.
  • Resolution Number 5-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Software Solutions Inc. for software support services.
  • Resolution Number 6-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 a resolution authorizing the city to make payment to the Suburban Police Anti-Crime Network (SPAN) of the eastern suburban council of regional governments for 2022 expenses.
  • Resolution Number 7-2022, passed January 25, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a consulting agreement with PAS Inspection Company, LLC for Ohio certified building inspection and building code administrative consulting services.
  • Resolution Number 8-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 a resolution expressing the intent of the City of Richmond Heights in 2022 to sell by internet auction personal property, including motor Vehicles and other property referenced in revised code §721.15 which are no longer needed for public use, or are obsolete or unfit for the use for which they were acquired; authorizing Govdeals.com, Inc. To perform the sales; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 9-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission with respect to the approval of the consolidation of lots at the northeast quadrant of Richmond and Wilson Mills Roads.
  • Resolution Number 10-2022 (PDF), passed January 25, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an additional services agreement with Flock Group Inc. for the provision of two additional license plate reading cameras for the division of police.
  • Resolution Number 11-2022 (PDF), passed March 8, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sell real property at 516 Trebisky Road.
  • Resolution Number 12-2022 (PDF), passed February 8, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with AT&T for a dedicated internet connection with an AT&T managed router.
  • Resolution Number 13-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with RTW Xxact Enterprises LLC for certified public accountant services for council's audit committee.
  • Resolution Number 14-2022 (PDF), passed February 8, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Chagrin Valley Dispatch for information technology support services.
  • Resolution Number 15-2022 (PDF), passed February 8, 2022 a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Chagrin Valley Dispatch for the provision of capital improvements and their annual support for the city's communications network upgrade project.
  • Resolution Number 16-2022 (PDF), passed February 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Coulter Ventures, LLC for the purchase of fitness equipment for the Division of Fire and to expend funds from an assistance to firefighters grant from the U.S. Department of homeland security.
  • Resolution Number 17-2022 (PDF), passed February 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Health and Fitness Equipment Centers for the purchase of fitness equipment for the Division of Fire and to expend funds from an assistance to firefighters grant from the U.S. Department of homeland security.
  • Resolution Number 18-2022 (PDF), passed February 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with PC Alternatives, LLC for information technology support services for the city.
  • Resolution Number 19-2022 (PDF), passed February 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with signal service company for the purchase and installation of traffic signal equipment at Chardon Road and Brush Road/Brushview Drive.
  • Resolution Number 20-2022 (PDF), passed February 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with the international association of fire fighters, local 2009, AFL-CIO, for the years 2022 through 2024; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 21-2022 (PDF), passed March 8, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Norman W Davis to be a member of the Planning Commission of the city.
  • Resolution Number 22-2022 (PDF), passed March 8, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Clifford J. Brown to the Architectural Board of Review of the city.
  • Resolution Number 23-2022 (PDF), passed March 8, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Deirdre R. Jones as a member of the Civil Service Commission of the City.
  • Ordinance Number 24-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to repeal ordinance number 125-2021 ; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 25-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with southeastern equipment company for the purchase of one new case construction articulated wheel loader for the department of public service.
  • Resolution Number 26-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with applied concepts, Inc., DBA stalker radar, for the purchase of radar equipment for the division of police.
  • Resolution Number 27-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Chagrin Valley Dispatch for the purchase of wearable cameras, Wi-Fi radio base, standard car systems, and associated warranties, licensing, and software, and set-up and training services for the division of police.
  • Resolution Number 28-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Warren Fire Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of four sets of protective gear for structural firefighting for the Division of Fire.
  • Resolution Number 29-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Dynegy Energy Services, LLC as the electric supplier for the small commercial members of the City of Richmond Heights' electric aggregation program.
  • Resolution Number 30-2022 (PDF), passed March 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with the fraternal order of police, Richmond Heights division, lodge number 57, for the years 2022 through 2024; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number: 31-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, an ordinance fixing the salary, compensation, bonds, Vacations, sick leave and rates of pay for Various offices, boards, commissions and departments of the City of Richmond Heights; repealing previous pay schedule ordinances; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number: 32-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to amend ordinance number 24-2022; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 33-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution to authorize a contract with the auditor of the State of Ohio for financial statement audits for fiscal year 2021.
  • Resolution Number 34-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission with respect to the conditional approval of an athletic activity facility at 26361 Curtis Wright Parkway, Building A-E.
  • Resolution Number 35-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an open-end equity lease agreement with enterprise fleet management for ten new Chevrolet work trucks for the department of public service.
  • Resolution Number 36-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to purchase chairs for council chambers and caucus room from a Vendor on amazon.com.
  • Resolution Number 37-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing participation in the ODOT Road salt contracts awarded in 2022.
  • Resolution Number 38-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with southeastern equipment company for the purchase of an autolube system and extended warranty for a front wheel loader for the department of service.
  • Resolution Number 39-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with TruGreen for lawn services at city properties.
  • Resolution Number 40-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Dubick Fixture and Supply, Inc. for the purchase and installation of a gas restaurant range for the city's lodge.
  • Resolution Number 41-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing the actions necessary to accept northeast Ohio public energy council ("NOPEC") 2022 energized community grant(s) funds.
  • Ordinance Number: 42-2022 (PDF), passed June 14, 2022, an ordinance dedicating the Greenwood Farm property as a municipal public park.
  • Resolution Number 43-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution concurring with the appointment by the Mayor of Victor McDowell as a member of the Civil Service Commission of the City.
  • Resolution Number 44-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution amending Resolution Number 22-2022 to correct the term of office for Clifford J. Brown as a member of the Architectural Board of Review of the city.
  • Resolution Number 45-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution approving the appointment by the Mayor of Annette Harmon as Director of Finance, effective April 13, 2022.
  • Resolution Number 46-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution approving the appointment by the Mayor of Cameron Campbell as Director of Recreation, effective April 18, 2022.
  • Resolution Number 47-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution declaring June 19th, known as "Juneteenth," a municipal holiday in the City of Richmond Heights and permanently recognizing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for all fulltime city employees.
  • Resolution Number 48-2022 (PDF), passed April 12, 2022, a resolution proclaiming April 29, 2022, as Arbor Day in the City of Richmond Heights and expressing appreciation to the Richmond Heights Garden Club and Richmond Heights Kiwanis Club for their support of Arbor Day.
  • Resolution Number: 49-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a location agreement with Shelby Oaks LLC for use of the city's Greenwood Farm for the production of a movie.
  • Resolution Number: 51-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution amending Resolution Number 101-2021 to increase the contract amount for additional work on the path renovation project using Community Development Block Grant Funds.
  • Resolution Number: 52-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Great American Fidelity Insurance Company for a risk e-business cyber loss and liability insurance policy.
  • Resolution Number: 53-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the donation of fitness equipment that is obsolete and not needed for city purposes to the Richmond Heights High School.
  • Resolution Number: 54-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with stryker medical division for the purchase of one power-pro 2 ambulance cot for the Division of Fire utilizing American Rescue Plan Act funds.
  • Resolution Number: 55-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Chagrin Valley Dispatch for the purchase of seven mobile radios and one digital Vehicular repeater system for the Division of Fire.
  • Resolution Number: 56-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution recognizing the retirement of Richmond Heights firefighter Dominic J. Silvestro.
  • Resolution Number: 57-2022 (PDF), passed April 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with CivicPlus, LLC for a new updated city website.
  • Resolution Number: 58-2022 (PDF), passed May 10, 2022, a resolution of congratulations and commendation to the Richmond Heights high school boys basketball team for winning the state championship.
  • Resolution Number: 59-2022 (PDF), passed May 10, 2022, a resolution concurring with the Mayor's appointment of Bobby Jordan and Cassandra Nelson as members of the city's tax incentive review council.
  • Resolution Number: 60-2022 (PDF), passed May 10, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to renew the City of Richmond Heights membership in the community partnership on aging for older adult services and to pay the membership renewal fee for calendar year 2022.
  • Resolution Number: 61-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the sale of unneeded items of specific personal property of the City of Richmond Heights through an internet auction by Govdeals.com, Inc.
  • Resolution Number: 62-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Northcoast Signworks for the purchase of ten new city entrance signs
  • Resolution Number: 63-2022 (PDF), passed May 10, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a community cost-share agreement with the northeast Ohio regional sewer district for funding of the DeSan Park project.
  • Ordinance Number: 64-2022 (PDF), passed May 10, 2022, an ordinance amending Section 1519.07 of the codified ordinances of the City of Richmond Heights to prohibit the discharge, ignition, or explosion of fireworks at all times and dates, including certain days each year pursuant to state law.
  • Ordinance Number: 65-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, an ordinance amending title seven, business maintenance code, of the codified ordinances to adopt new Chapter 1380, registration and maintenance of Vacant nonresidential properties
  • Resolution Number: 66-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution expressing support for community partnerships between local governments and education centers to grow skilled trade jobs.
  • Resolution Number: 67-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution appointing bobby jordan to fill an unexpired two-year term to the Greenwood Farm historical, cultural and arts association, Inc. Board of directors, which term expires on June 30, 2023.
  • Resolution Number: 68-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing a contract with mr. Excavator, Inc. for the DeSan park grading and drainage project.
  • Resolution Number: 69-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing a change order to the existing contract with Specialized Construction, Inc. For necessary additional Road paint striping work for city streets in 2022.
  • Resolution Number: 70-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to purchase six computers and related equipment from the Apple Store for city departmental and special event use.
  • Resolution Number: 71-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Cuyahoga County to accept a grant under the competitive municipal grant program.
  • Resolution Number: 72-2022 (PDF), passed May 24, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Cuyahoga County, Ohio for a community development supplemental grant.
  • Resolution Number: 73-2022 (PDF), passed June 14, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with the laborers local 860, laborers international union of north america, for the years 2022 through 2024; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 74-2022 (PDF), passed June 14, 2022, a resolution reappointing City of Richmond Heights appointee members Fred Cash and Brian Gleisser to the Board of Trustees of the Belle Oakes New Community Authority; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 75-2022 (PDF), passed June 14, 2022, a resolution authorizing the director of finance to perform certain interfund transfers; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number: 76-2022 (PDF), passed June 14, 2022, an ordinance amending ordinance number 31-2022 (the city's "pay and benefits ordinance") to add the full-time position of human resource director to the list of full-time positions for which the Mayor may grant additional Vacation days.
  • Resolution Number: 77-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a renewal agreement with Johnson controls for the maintenance of Various security systems for the division of police.
  • Resolution Number: 78-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Jan-Pro for office cleaning services for the city's police station.
  • Resolution Number: 79-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing a final change order to the contract with LC Fluharty Construction, LLC for the Kiwanis Lodge renovation project.
  • Resolution Number: 80-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract for the Community Center (Lodge) roof replacement project.
  • Resolution Number: 81-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Polywood for the purchase of outdoor deck furniture for the city's lodge.
  • Resolution Number: 82-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Pavement Management Group for pavement management services.
  • Resolution Number: 83-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution authorizing an amendment to an agreement with PC Alternatives, LLC for information technology support services for the city.
  • Resolution Number: 84-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission with respect to the approval of a conditional use permit for a bar/lounge at 5180 Wilson Mills Road.
  • Resolution Number: 85-2022 (PDF), passed June 28, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Zoning Board of Appeals with respect to a Variance for a side yard setback at 243 Richmond Road.
  • Resolution Number: 86-2022 (PDF), passed July 12, 2022, a resolution adopting the alternative tax budget information of the City of Richmond Heights, Ohio, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2023; submitting the same to the Budget Commission of Cuyahoga County; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number 87-2022 (PDF), passed July 12, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to amend ordinance numbers 24-2022 and 32-2022; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 88-2022 (PDF), passed July 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority for the purchase and installation of three bus shelters.
  • Resolution Number: 89-2022 (PDF), passed July 12, 2022, a resolution authorizing an amendment to a consulting agreement with PAS Inspection Company, LLC, for Ohio certified building inspection and building code administrative consulting services.
  • Resolution Number: 91-2022 (PDF), passed July 26, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Zoning Board of Appeals with respect to a Variance for a side yard setback at 430 Cary Jay Boulevard.
  • Resolution Number: 92-2022 (PDF), passed July 26, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with Munson Township for the purchase of a 2012 Ford F-450 type III ambulance for the Division of Fire utilizing american rescue plan act funds.
  • Resolution Number: 93-2022 (PDF), passed August 9, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Collins Equipment Corporation for the purchase and installation of one new Petro Vend 200 fuel island terminal and associated software, training and accessories for the department of public service.
  • Resolution Number: 94-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to purchase computers, monitors and laptops, programming, and installation thereof from Chagrin Valley Dispatch through the Ohio department of administrative services cooperative purchasing program.
  • Ordinance Number: 95-2022 (PDF), passed August 9, 2022, an ordinance establishing a special fund to be designated as the "OneOhio Opioid Settlement Fund".
  • Ordinance Number: 96-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance amending Sections 1319.02 and 1309.03 of Chapter 1319, "compost piles", of the codified ordinances to clarify acceptable matter for composting and standards for the formation of compost piles.
  • Resolution Number: 97-2022 (PDF), passed August 9, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Nicole Mezic to an unexpired two-year term on the Recreation Board of the city.
  • Resolution Number: 98-2022 (PDF), passed August 9, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Deja Winters to an unexpired two-year term on the Recreation Board of the city.
  • Ordinance Number: 99-2022 (PDF)passed September 13, 2022, an ordinance enacting new Chapter 171, "Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee" of the codified ordinances.
  • Resolution Number: 100-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with Concord Road Equipment MFG. For services to install an ice control equipment package on a city owned dump body and chassis for the department of public service.
  • Ordinance Number: 101-2022 (PDF), passed September 27, 2022, an ordinance amending Section 501.99 of Chapter 501, "general provisions and penalty", of the codified ordinances to add a provision for forfeiture of property used or intended to be used in the commission of offenses of Chapter 549, "weapons and explosives".
  • Resolution Number: 102-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the disposal of four Vehicles that are unneeded, obsolete and unfit for city purposes.
  • Resolution Number: 103-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to renew a contract with Green Vision materials for the disposal of yard waste.
  • Resolution Number: 104-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the director of finance to perform a certain interfund transfer; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number: 105- 2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to amend ordinance numbers 24-2022, 32-2022 and 87-2022; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 106-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with the home corporation of Ohio, Inc. for the Community Center (Lodge) roof replacement project.
  • Ordinance 107-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article IV, Section 8, regarding the process for the appointments to fill Vacancies in the council; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 1)
  • Ordinance 108-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article V, Section 2, regarding certain requirements for the position of Mayor; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 2)
  • Ordinance 109-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article V, Section 7, regarding absence of the Mayor due to extenuating circumstances and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 3)
  • Ordinance 110-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 3, to create an office of purchasing and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 4)
  • Ordinance 111-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 3, to increase the monetary threshold requiring competitive bidding of city contracts; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 5)
  • Ordinance 112-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 5, to clarify the management responsibilities of the Directors of Public Service and Properties and Engineering and Construction; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 6)
  • Ordinance 113-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 6, to clarify Civil Service Commission member requirements; to specify employees to be in the unclassified service, and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 7)
  • Ordinance 114-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 7, Section 8 and Section 9, to clarify restrictions on appointments of members of the Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Recreation Board; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 8)
  • Ordinance 115-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article VI, Section 9, to specify that the Recreation Board is an advisory board; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 9)
  • Ordinance 116-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article IX, Section 4, to clarify provisions regarding recall of elected officials of the city; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 10)
  • Ordinance 117-2022 (PDF), passed August 23, 2022, an ordinance to submit to the electors of the City of Richmond Heights the question of amending the Charter at Article XIV to specify when the Charter Review Committee shall first meet to perform its duties; and declaring an emergency. (Charter Amendment Number 11)
  • Resolution Number: 118-2022 (PDF), passed September 6, 2022, a resolution certifying certain costs and fees of the City of Richmond Heights for the collection and disposal of solid waste and/or recycling services at residential dwellings within the city to the County Fiscal Officer for placement on the tax duplicate and for collection; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 119-2022 (PDF), passed September 6, 2022, a resolution certifying expenses for the removal of trash, noxious weeds, tall grasses and/or overgrown bushes and hedges upon lands within the City of Richmond Heights to the County Fiscal Officer for placement on the tax duplicate and for collection; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 120-2022 (PDF), passed September 6, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sell real property at 27227 Chardon Road.
  • Ordinance Number: 121-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, an ordinance establishing a special fund to be designated as the "land reutilization holding fund".
  • Resolution Number: 122-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a cooperative service agreement for white-tailed deer management services with the United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service-Wildlife Services ("APHIS-WS").
  • Resolution Number: 123-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission with respect to the approval of a site plan for a new Meijer store building and exterior areas at the proposed Belle Oakes marketplace project at 619 Richmond Road.
  • Resolution Number: 124-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, a resolution accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Fiscal Officer; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 125-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to prepare and submit an application to participate in the Ohio Public Works Commission State Capital Improvement and/or local transportation improvement program(s) for the program year 2022 to 2023 for the Brush Road resurfacing and the Service Department sewer separation and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 126-2022 (PDF), passed September 13, 2022, a resolution adopting the Cuyahoga County 2022 to 2027 All Hazards Mitigation Plan.
  • Resolution Number: 127-2022 (PDF), passed September 27, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into purchase agreements for the renewal of annual subscription services with Lexipol, LLC for the development and ongoing support of standard operating procedures for the divisions of Fire and Police.
  • Ordinance Number: 128-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, an ordinance enacting new chapter 1353, titled "Outdoor Lighting" of part thirteen, title three of the building code of the codified ordinances to provide standards and regulations for outdoor lighting in the city of Richmond Heights and repealing section 301.4.1.2 of section 1309.05, "general requirements:", of the city's codified ordinances.
  • Resolution Number: 129-2022 (PDF), passed September 27, 2022, a resolution exercising the second option year to an existing contract with Waste Management of Ohio, Inc., for solid waste collection and disposal services; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number: 130-2022 (PDF), passed September 29, 2022, a resolution confirming the appointment by the Mayor of Ryan Tiedman as Director of Public Service and Properties and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 132-2022 (PDF), passed October 11, 2022, a resolution authorizing an amendment to the professional services agreement with X-act Enterprises LLC for certified public accounting services.
  • Resolution Number: 133-2022 (PDF), passed October 11, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a second amendment to the 2021 contractual agreement with Cuyahoga County for jail services for city prisoners.
  • Resolution Number: 134-2022 (PDF), passed October 11, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a consulting agreement with Safebuilt Ohio, LLC for certified building inspection and building code administrative consulting services.
  • Resolution Number: 135-2022 (PDF), passed October 11, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission with respect to the approval of the site plan for buildings 6 and 7 at the Belle Oaks Project, 621 Richmond Road.
  • Resolution Number: 136-2022 (PDF), passed October 11, 2022, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply to the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission for a community planning grant for fiscal year 2022 to develop a streetscape plan for the Wilson Mills Road and Richmond Road corridors to complement the Belle Oakes marketplace development and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number; 137-2022 (PDF), passed October 25,2022, a resolution documenting the motion of the City Council on October11, 2022, to accept the bid of Specialized Construction, Inc., for sections 1 and 1-A of the bid specifications for the 2022 repair and resurfacing of various streets and authorizing a contract therefor.
  • Ordinance Number; 138-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to amend, as required ordinance nos. 24-2022, 87-2022, and 105-2022; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number; 139-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, a resolution requesting the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer to advance taxes and assessments from the proceeds of tax levies pursuant to section 321.34 of the Ohio Revised Code.
  • Resolution Number; 140-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with Sutphen Corporation and a lease financing agreement with Leasing 2, Inc., for the purchase and financing of one Sutphen SL75 Ariel Heavy Duty Monarch Chassis Aerial Ladder Truck under the Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Program to replace ladder truck no. 721 for the Division of Fire.
  • Resolution Number; 141-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Biometric Information Management for the purchase of a National Webcheck System for citywide use.
  • Resolution Number 142-2022 (PDF), passed October 25, 2022, a resolution authorizing and directing the mayor to execute an intergovernmental agreement by and between the city, The Belle Oaks New Community Authority ("NCA"), and the Huntington National Bank to issue up to $58 million in community facilities revenue bonds for the purpose of providing moneys to pay costs of "land acquisition" as defined in O.R.C. section 349.01 (G), "land development" as defined in O.R.C. section 349.01 (H), and acquiring, constructing, and improving "community facilities" as defined in O.R.C. section 349.01 (I), in support of The Belle Oaks NCA district in the city of Richmond Heights; and declaring an emergency.
  • Ordinance Number 144-2022 (PDF), passed November 8, 2022, am ordinance establishing a special fund to be designated as "Fund 224-Cuyahoga County/APRA Fund". 
  • Ordinance Number 145-2022 (PDF), passed November 8, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022; to amend ordinance nos. 24-2022, 32-2022, 87-2022, and 138-2022; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 146-2022 (PDF), passed November 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the sale of unneeded items of specific personal property of the City of Richmond Heights through an internet auction by GovDeals.com,Inc. 
  • Resolution Number 147-2022 (PDF), passed November 8, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Lincoln National Corporation for vision insurance, and accidental death and dismemberment benefit plans for 2023; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 148-2022 (PDF), passed November 8, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Delta Dental for an employee dental plan for 2023.
  • Resolution Number 149-2022 (PDF), passed November 8, 2022, a resolution authorizing a contract with Cigna for employee health insurance for 2023; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 150-2022 (PDF), passed November 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to submit an application from the city of Richmond Heights for a project to be considered by the Cuyahoga County Department of Development for its community development supplemental grant program for the fiscal year 2023 and authorizing the payment of matching funds and/or in-kind services from the city; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 151-2022 (PDF), passed November 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to submit an application from the city of Richmond Heights to be considered by the Cuyahoga County Department of Development for its Community Development Block Grant Program for fiscal year 2023; and declaring an emergency.
  • Resolution Number 152-2022 (PDF), passed November 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a purchase agreement with PFund Superior Sales Co., Inc. through the Ohio Department of Administrative Services Cooperative Purchasing Program for a new emergency ambulance vehicle for the division of fire utilizing American Rescue Plan Act Funds.
  • Resolution Number 153-2022 (PDF), passed November 22, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to implement a a no-idle policy in order to reduce pollution, and promote consciousness about the environment.
  • Resolution Number 155-2022 (PDF), passed December 20, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to purchase chairs from Professional Furniture, LLC for the division of Police use at the police station.
  • Resolution Number 156-2022 (PDF), passed December 13, 2022, a resolution confirming the action of the Planning Commission and The Planning and Zoning Committee of Council with respect to the approval for the lot split and consolidation plat for lots included int e Belle Oaks development project at the northeast quadrant of Richmond and Wilson Mills Roads.
  • Resolution Number 157-2022 (PDF), passed January 10, 2023, a resolution confirming the recommendation of the zoning board of appeals with respect to its grant of a use variance application at 25628 Highland Road.
  • Resolution Number 159-2022 (PDF), passed December 13, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into an agreement with TAC Computer Inc., for software services to the divisions of police and fire in 2023.
  • Resolution Number 160-2022 (PDF), passed December 13, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Best Truck Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of a backhoe box for the Service Department.
  • Resolution Number 161-2022 (PDF), passed December 20, 2022, a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into an agreement with the Ohio Attorney General for criminal background checks.
  • Ordinance Number 162-2022 (PDF), passed December 20, 2022, an ordinance to make appropriations for current expenses and other expenditures of the City of Richmond Heights, State of Ohio, during the fiscal year ending December 31. 2023; and declaring an emergency.