Spring clean-up for Marble Cliff is May 10, 2019 (your regular trash day). Bulk items will be collected free of charge.
Residents should place their items at the curb. No paint, oil, tires, car batteries, construction debris, items with refrigerant or hazardous materials will be accepted.
Place small loose items inside containers for easier disposal. Please separate trash, wooden, and metal items as each are taken in different trucks.
Yard waste pickup starts the first Monday of April, which will be Monday, April 1. Please do not place yard waste along the street until that date. Yard waste will be collected each Monday, from April 1 through November 25, 2019, unless impacted by a holiday. Please note guidelines below.
If a holiday falls on a Monday, yard waste will be collected on TUESDAY, for that week. Holiday closings are advertised in the local paper, the week prior to the closing. Yard waste must be appropriately bundled or placed in biodegradable paper bags, and shall not be set out earlier than one hour prior to sunset on the day prior to pick-up. Bundles or bags shall be placed behind the curb at the street.
Tree limbs and shrubbery must be cut and bundled with twine or string (no wire, plastic or nylon string.) Bundles should be no larger than two feet in diameter, four feet long and weigh no more than 50 pounds.
Grass and plant materials must be placed in paper bags, not to exceed 30 gallon capacity and weigh no more than 50 pounds (no plastic or biodegradable plastics are permitted.)
Sod, soil, or dirt covered roots are not accepted.
Residents may use a refuse container for yard waste but weigh no more than 50 pounds and should not have limbs sticking out more than 12″ above the top of container. A “Yard Waste” sticker should be attached to the refuse container (available at Village Hall).
The Paul J. Falco Scholarship provides a scholarship opportunity to high school level students from the Village of Marble Cliff who demonstrate outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities. Beginning in 2019, the Scholarship is administered through The Columbus Foundation. For more information, click here.
The late Paul J. Falco, who served as Mayor of the Village for 36 years, was an ardent supporter of the Village, its residents, and the pursuit of life-long learning. The generosity of this endowment by Mayor Falco and his wife Bobbie Hall Falco provides the opportunity to recognize the talented youth of the Village of Marble Cliff. The Paul J. Falco Scholarship has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to residents of the Village of Marble Cliff since its inception.
To be eligible, a student must be a high school level student, current resident of the Village and have lived in the Village for at least one year. Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 or better grade point average (on a 4.0 scale). Awarding the scholarship will be based on the applicant’s scholastic achievements (33%), character (33%), and service to school and community (34%). First priority will be given to candidates who have not received the scholarship in the past.
To be considered, a student must complete The Columbus Foundation General Online Application which can be found on here.
March 1 at 5:00 pm is the deadline for consideration of a scholarship in each year.
Individuals may make contributions to the Paul J. Falco Scholarship Fund at any time. Additional contributions will help the Scholarship grow and provide more opportunity for the recognition of outstanding students who live in the Village of Marble Cliff. To make a donation to the Paul J. Falco Scholarship Fund (3711), click here.
For the week of Christmas and New Year’s Day the schedule for trash and recycling pick-up is as follows:
Instead of the regularly scheduled Friday trash and recycling, these items will be collected on Monday, December 31, 2018 (Christmas) and Monday, January 7, 2019 (New Year’s Day). The regular trash and recycling schedule returns on Friday, January 11, 2019.
Weekly curbside leaf pick-up is scheduled to begin Monday, October 29 and continue into early December. Vacuuming will be done each Monday (or the next possible day if inclement weather) by the same company, Environmental Management Inc. we have used for the last few years. Please observe the following:
The Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society will hold its annual meeting and historic presentation on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at the Grandview Theater and Drafthouse (1247 Grandview Ave.). Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. The historic presentation will be offered by Leslie Blankenship of the Franklinton Historical Society and will focus on the beginnings of Columbus neighborhoods in Franklinton. For more information, click here.
Grandview Heights offers e-waste drop-off:
Saturday, September 29, 2018
Noon to 3 PM
Grandview Heights Service Department
1525 Goodale Boulevard.
Enter from Goodale Boulevard onto Glendale Avenue. Goodwill Columbus staff will unload items from your car.
What to bring: Computers, printers, (non-tube style) monitors, copiers, scanners, fax machines, networking equipment, ink and toner cartridges, flat screen TV sets (no tube TV sets), cell phones, MP3 players, DVD/VHS players, cable boxes, records, cassettes/CDs/DVDs, video game systems and games, power adapters, chargers/cords, stereos, speakers, cameras, audiovisual equipment, microwaves, toaster ovens, toasters, vacuums, humidifiers, air purifiers, Christmas lights, string lights, lithium ion (rechargeable) batteries and household goods and clothing.
If you can’t make it to the drive, visit a Goodwill donation center: goodwillcolumbus.org/about-us/find-a-location.
At its August 20, 2018 meeting, Village Council accepted the official Concept Plan for residential development of 2015 W. Fifth Ave. The Plan presented by F2 Companies calls for saving and utilizing the existing manor house and developing the property with townhouses and flats, the total number not to exceed 40 units. Council will continue to review the Plan under the Village’s Code of Ordinances (Sections 154.094 – 154.099) for the creation of a Planned Development District (PDD). This review process by Council will examine the proposal in more detail. Public input is welcome during the process, with a scheduled public hearing as part of Council’s review. Link to a rendering of the proposal and site plan.
A complete copy of the packet submitted to Council for consideration of redevelopment under a PDD is available at Village hall. You can be provided an electronic copy of the proposal by submitting a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.