Building & Housing
The Building and Housing Department is responsible for inspections and assuring the proper maintenance and enforcement of code ordinances in Warrensville Heights.
Civic & Senior Center
The Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center is the focal point for activities and services to the community. It is a municipal facility where we aim to provide services and activities for the senior and adult community.
Community & Economic Development
Learn more about the economic development services in the Warrensville Heights community.
Search through contact information for all organization staff and departments.
The Finance Department manages the City's financial resources and is responsible for the financial affairs of the City including the accounting, budgeting, purchasing, taxation, debt, and treasury functions.
The Fire Department is a group of dedicated personnel that is specially trained and has exceeded the necessary requirements to serve as firefighter/paramedics.
The Law Department provides quality legal services to the Mayor, City Council and all City Departments and Commissions.
Parks & Recreation
Check out area parks, facilities, and a list of their amenities.
Your police department consists of 32 sworn officers, four auxiliary officers, and four dispatchers. There is an animal warden, a civilian support staff of six, and nine school crossing guards. The police department receives in excess of 18,000 calls for service annually.
The Service Department is responsible for providing refuse and recycle collections at curbside for our residential customers.