What Marble Cliff Does for You

The benefits of living in Marble Cliff include:

  • Marble Cliff has the lowest municipality property tax rate in central Ohio (.35 mils)
  • Residents and workers in the Village pay one of the lowest  municipal income tax rates (2%) in Central Ohio.
  • Residential sidewalks, curbs, and streets are maintained and repaired by the Village without assessment. The cost of driveway aprons is shared between the resident and Village.
  • Your garbage, refuse pickup and recycling are collected at no charge. The Village also pays for large item pickups (excluding building materials).
  • You are granted “resident” status under Grandview Heights recreation programs, including membership to the Grandview Heights swimming pool.
  • Marble Cliff senior citizens can participate under “resident” status in a wide array of senior activities at the Grandview Heights Senior Center.
  • You are invited to attend the annual Holiday party given for residents and their children/grandchildren each December.
  • Graduating high school seniors enrolled in an educational institution at the college or university level who have been residents of Marble Cliff for at least one year may be eligible to apply for a Paul J. Falco Scholarship. Applications are available in the spring with awards made in May. Recipients awarded scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year are nine Marble Cliff students: Caleb Akers, Adrienne Bechtel, Camille Day. Claire Fishpaw, Emma Berlin, Gretchen Varner, Madeline Taylor, Matthew Smith, and Molly Smith. The scholarship was endowed by the late Paul J. Falco, who served as mayor of the Village of Marble Cliff for 36 years, and is annually awarded to a resident student, or students, based on outstanding scholastic and leadership qualities. Mayor Falco was an ardent supporter of the village and its residents. It is through the generosity of the late Mayor Falco and his spouse, Bobbie Hall Falco, that these awards can be made. Since 1998, over $80,000 has been awarded to Marble Cliff students.
  • All new streetlights were installed in 2016 with no property owner assessment.