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Yes, newspapers and magazines are collected at the recycling drop-off center at the City's Service Garage located at 26260 Chardonview Road. Senior Citizens wishing to recycle their newspapers may have them picked up at their home on the third Friday of each month, by calling City Hall at 216-486-2474.
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Call Cleveland Water at 216-664-3130, sign up through Cleveland Water's web portal, and/or download their informational brochure.
You can set them on your tree lawn for the Service Department to come and chip them (make sure the branches are all going the same way) we do not have a specific schedule for pick up, or the quickest way is to cut them down to 4ft in length, bundle and tie them and put them out with your regular trash.
You must roll and tie and cut into 4ft lengths and put out with your trash.
Put the items out with your regular trash.
Call the Service Department and we will usually schedule a next day pick up.
The City of Richmond Heights partners with Simple Recycling, which offers a curbside pickup recycling program at absolutely zero cost to partner municipalities and their residents. Just use the provided green "Simple Recycling" bags to recycle unwanted clothing and housewares in re-usable condition and place the bags beside your regular trash container on your normal trash pickup day each Monday, and your Simple Recycling representative will pick up items and leave replacement bags. This service is in addition to your regular recycling program.
Call the Police Dispatch at 216-486-1234.