Public Notices

Marble Cliff Public Notices


Grandview Heights City School District Superintendent Andy Culp reports that on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 the Financial Advisory Committee (FAC) presented their Initial Findings Report to the community regarding the scope and funding of the facility plan and a possible operating levy for the district.  More than 150 people attended the presentation which included a video, presentation of the findings, and question and answer session with FAC members.  Superintendent Culp asks you to join the conversation by taking an online survey.  Your feedback is vital to the process!

Watch the video of what FAC members have to say about the process, click here:

Read the FAC Initial Findings Report, click here.

Take the online survey, click here.

Please take a moment to provide valuable feedback on a facilities plan that will impact our schools and community for generations to come.  Your feedback will aid and inform the FAC members before they make their final recommendations and will allow this plan to continue to be a community-driven plan. The survey will remain open through June 14, 2018.

Marble Cliff Public Notices


Marble Cliff residents are considered residents relative to costs for using the Grandview Heights municipal swimming pool.

Early Bird Discount for Pool Memberships ends April 30, 2018.

Purchase your pass today online or purchase at the Grandview Heights recreation center at 1515 Goodale Blvd.

For more information, call the Grandview Heights Parks and Recreation office at 614-488-3111.

Marble Cliff Public Notices


Yard waste pick-up starts the first Monday of April, which will be Monday, April 2. Please do not place yard waste along the street until that date.  Yard waste will be collected each Monday, from April 2 through November 26, 2018, unless impacted by a holiday.  Please note guidelines below.

Until April 2, the Grandview Service Department will accept delivery of properly tied or bagged yard waste at its Goodale facility. Please call the Service Department at 614-488-4728 to make arrangements for your delivery.

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.

Marble Cliff Public Notices

REMINDER: Village Open House and Council Public Forum (2015 W. Fifth Avenue Redevelopment Concept Plan)

REMINDER:  Village hall (1600 Fernwood Avenue) will be open on February 15, 2018 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm to give residents and neighbors an opportunity to individually review a concept plan for redevelopment of 2015 W. Fifth Avenue.  Representatives of the developer will be available to answer questions between 5:30 and 7:00 pm.

On Monday February 19, 2018, the regularly scheduled Council meeting will include a public forum to afford residents and neighbors the opportunity to publicly comment on the concept plan for redevelopment of 2015 W. Fifth Avenue.  The Council meeting begins at 7:00 pm and the public forum will be held at the beginning of the meeting. Individual’s will be limited to three minutes of comment.

See Concept Plan below:

2015 W. Fifth Ave Development Package_2018-01-23

For further information regarding Village studies and recommendations for addressing economic development, please reference:

Fifth Ave. Corridor Economic Development Plan

2015 Strategic Plan: Final