Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District
Storm Water Education Material
The Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District provides monthly tips on soil and water conservation, as well information for effective fertilization and pest control. Click on one of the following Keep Your Yard Green and Our Waters Clean education guides for this valuable information:
Household Hazardous Waste FAQ
Illegal Dumping - Identifying and Taking Action
Lake Erie Begins Here
Winter Watershed Protection Tips
Dec. - Give Your Lawn the Gift of Good Health
Nov. - Be Thankful for a Healthy Lawn
Oct. - Mulching the Leaves
Sept. - Don't Labor Over Your Lawn
Aug. - Dog Days of Summer
July - Independence from Chemicals
June - Give Dad a Break
May - Mother Earth-Treat Mom Right
April - Hop to It, Get Outside
March - Mowing March Madness
February - Fall in Love With Your Lawn
January - New Year, New Lawn Attitude
Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD)
The Sewer District's Regional Stormwater Management Program addresses problems related to stormwater runoff from hard surfaces and is partially funded by the Stormwater fee which appears on residential and business sewer bills. Fees are calculated based on the amount of impervious surface area on your property, such as rooftops, driveways, and patios, which create runoff to the sewer system. When property owners make changes or improvements on their properties to reduce the amount of runoff affecting the regional storm sewers, they may be eligible for a reduction, or a fee credit. Additional information on the Sewer District regional Stormwater Management Program's Stormwater Fee Credit Program, visit the NEORSD website.
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Find helpful service resources.
Most of the sewer system, with the exception of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s main interceptor sewers, is owned by the City of Highland Heights and maintained by the County Sanitary Engineer’s office.
During the winter months, Service Department staff works around the clock to ensure that city streets remain safe, clear and drivable for all members of the community.
The Solid Waste and Recycling Program offers residents of the city unlimited, scheduled curbside collection of all trash, yard waste and recyclables.
If you see a streetlight out, you may report it to the City of Highland Heights Service Department by calling 440-461-7266.