Welcome to the City of Bedford Heights - Your Relocation Destination

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Bedford Heights is a family and business friendly community of 10,751 residents and more than 450 businesses.  Thirteen (13) new businesses have relocated to Bedford Heights this year (2014).  Our business community is extremely diverse.  They include: Automotive repair, bakery manufacturing, biotechnology, building material distribution, construction, crane services, glass related, HVAC,  interior and exterior home remodeling, manufactured metals, medical, plumbing, restaurants, steel related, transportation to name a few.   We believe that this enduring interest in our community is due in part to the infrastructure improvements that have taken place throughout city over the past several years, our city's financial stability as well as our direct proximity to Interstates 271 and 480.  If you’re looking to relocate give Mayor Fletcher Berger a call at (440) 786-3211.

 

NEXT FREE MOBILE FOOD PANTRY FOR BEDFORD HEIGHTS RESIDENTS WILL BE JULY 26TH FROM 9AM TO 10AM

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Welcome from Mayor Fletcher Berger


2014 Family Fun Day


What's Happening?


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:   Bedford Heights Sewer Rate Schedule for 2012-2014; Where Do I Go To Vote?; Scholarships Going To WasteFirst Energy Corp.; Basic Standards for Residential Occupancy; How to deter stray cats: Home Repair Program Loan; Greater Cleveland Veterans Memorial media release

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Bedford Heights Community Center dates - August 18th-21st from 2pm to 6pm 

Coming Soon (Southeast Emergency Communications Center)


The forthcoming Southeast Emergency Communication Center project, to be located at the Bedford Heights City Hall, is on track.  Agreements with our community partners are in place, and plans have been reviewed and approved.  This project is projected to save its community partners (Bedford, Bedford Heights, Garfield Heights and Maple Heights) hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next few years, improve response time and emergency medical service effectiveness.  Stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks.