Reminder: Village Code requires all dogs to be leashed when off their home property. This includes when walking in Tarpy Woods. Owners allowing their dogs to run free anywhere in the Village including Tarpy Woods are subject to citation. Thank you for your cooperation.
In a partnership with Kids that Compost, 12 large food waste drop off bins are available at 1525 Goodale Blvd next to the former service facility. Grandview and Marble Cliff residents can drop off foodstuffs 24 hours a day, seven days a week to any of the lined containers at their convenience. This service is provided free of charge to Grandview and Marble Cliff residents. The following link will detail the information on proper composting and directions for drop off.
Yard waste pickup starts the first Monday of April, which will be Monday, April 5. Please do not place yard waste along the street until that date. Yard waste will be collected each Monday, from April 5 through November 29, 2021, 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 deadline for filing individual Marble CLiff tax returns has been extended to May 15, 2021. This applies to individual returns only. The deadline for net profit returns for businesses remains April 15, 2021.
The deadline for individual and business first quarter estimated tax payments for tax year 2021 remains April 15, 2021.
If you have questions or need forms or additional information contact the Village Hall at 614-486-6993.
Council Member Jeff Smith has announced his resignation from Village Council effective March 31, 2021. Mr. Smith and his family will be moving out of Marble Cliff. Mayor Cincione and the Council invite all interested parties to submit a letter of interest for consideration to the Village Hall by April 7, 2021. If you have questions or need additional information please contact the Village Hall at 614-486-6993 or email@example.com.
The Grandview Heights Police Department would like to encourage Marble Cliff residents and businesses that have exterior facing security cameras to register at https://www.grandviewheights.gov/294/private-security-camera-registration-program. This is a voluntary program.
Beginning June 29th the collection schedule for yard waste and recycling will resume to normal. Yard waste will be picked up every Monday and recycling and trash every Friday. Driveway pick up will resume. July 3rd pick up will be scheduled for Monday July 6th for trash and recycling. Yard waste pick up will resume on Monday July 13th with free bulk pick up available on Friday July 17th.
On April 15 the Grandview Heights Fire Department started their annual fire hydrant flushing. Over the course of the next month, crews will work their way around Marble Cliff to flush each hydrant. Flushing the hydrants ensures that each one is properly functioning and also removes sediment and debris from the water lines. Sometimes hydrant flushing can make the water temporarily appear rust-colored because the iron and mineral deposits in the water get stirred up. We assure you this is safe and advise you to run your cold tap for 2-3 minutes until the water turns clear.