- Living in Our City
- Community Groups
Get involved, learn something new and meet your neighbors - there are many clubs for City of Highland Heights residents that cover gardening to community service. Pursue your hobby, just minutes from interstates 271 and 90, or Route 2.
Highland Heights Green Task Force
The goal of the Highland Heights Green Task Force is to to promote and organize community educational programs and projects with an emphasis on environmentally friendly living. We have an exciting group of speakers scheduled for our "Green Living Programs" that will help you and your family learn tips and techniques to live in a more sustainable manner. We welcome your involvement and encourage you to join us at an informational program soon. Please visit our program calendar online.
- Contact: Judy Dearden, 440-646-9820 or email
- Meeting location: Highland Heights Community Center
- Meeting time: 1st Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. (check website for changes).
Residents engage in entertaining, interactive and educational programming, as well as parties and meetings to beautify the city and share the joy of gardening.
- Contact: Donna Schott at 440-781-6389
- Meeting location: City of Highland Heights Community Center, open to the public
- Meeting time: 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.
The Lions Club, an international organization, provides Highland Heights residents, who join our club, with an opportunity to engage in local and community based volunteer activities, including supporting research and initiatives for eye-care and wellness, sponsoring youth activities and for supporting other initiatives like juvenile diabetes research. We have provided equipment to the Millridge Center for the Hearing Impaired, provided financial support to Mayfield Schools including sponsoring children to attend a camp for those with juvenile diabetes, and much more.
- Contact: Judy Uram, President - Phone: 440-394-8693
- Dinner meeting location and time: Firehouse Grille, 2766 Stark Dr., Willoughby Hills on the 1st Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Please contact us if you're interested in joining us at our prospective member dinner meeting.
- Business meeting location and time: Highland Heights Community Center, on the 3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Public welcome.
Mayfield Township Historical Society
In 1976, in honor of the Bicentennial, the Mayfield Township Historical Society was formed. The Bennett-VanCuren house, located at 606 SOM Center Road in Mayfield Village, is the home for this group, as well as a museum with thirteen historic period rooms depicting the time frame of 1805-1930. The house is open for tours on Mondays from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., or by appointment. The museum also has an extensive historical reference and genealogical library.
Opportunities are available for volunteering including indoor and outdoor maintenance, quilting, inventory and photographing artifacts, research librarians, tour guides, social media, and general office help.
- Contact: Mayfield Historical Society at 440-461-0055 or visit them on Facebook at The Mayfield Township Historical Society
- Location: 606 SOM Center Road - Mayfield Village
Hillcrest Rotary Sunrise Club
The Hillcrest Rotary Club is a part of Rotary International which is a worldwide volunteer service organization of 1.2 million members with 34,000 clubs in over 220 countries.
Our club draw membership from as well as serves the communities of Gates Mills, Highland Heights, Lyndhurst, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Richmond Heights and South Euclid. Our club members work to enrich the lives of those in need on a local and an international basis.
The Hillcrest-Sunrise Rotarians are an active group, dedicated to participating in service and enjoying fellowship.
For more information send email to: email@example.com
Membership Chairman: Joe Cicero - (440) 343-7503