Seven Hills

Seven Hills Continues To Soar

Seven Hills Continues to Soar. It would be an understatement to say that the first 18 months of Mayor Biasiotta’s Administration was anything less than a whirlwind. While Covid 19 dominated the news cycle, the Mayor’s vision and plan for the continued growth of Seven Hills was still being realized. From economic development to a creative new plan for our parks and recreation, this administration has accomplished a great deal.

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Volume 13, Issue 7, Posted 8:44 AM, 07.01.2021

Seven Hills Farmers Market Continues Its Success

The 2021 Seven Hills Farmers Market, sponsored by Taleris Credit Union, Inc. Vince Hrobat Insurance Agency, Inc. and United Healthcare, will open for its seventh season on Thursday, July 1st, 4:00 – 7:00 PM.  A weekly open-air market featuring local farmers and artisans who offer fresh produce, food items and products, the Market is located at 7221 Broadview Road, Seven Hills, Ohio (adjacent to Fire Station #1).

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Volume 13, Issue 6, Posted 11:22 AM, 06.01.2021

Seven Hills Economic Development

Over the last few months, I have shared with you updates on how Seven Hills has prepared to move forward after the COVID dominated year of 2020. Specifics were shared about our finances, streets, sewers, grant activity, the purchase of land for a future nature preserve, and how we are developing a master plan to upgrade all our parks. As promised, this article will focus on economic development, but first I want to share with you the big picture. The chart below illustrates the growth we have secured in the city's vital General Fund (GF) balances over the last few years. [insert graph]

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Volume 13, Issue 5, Posted 3:43 AM, 05.01.2021

Seven Hills Takes Action Towards Water Goals

A little over a year ago my administration put together a Water Management Task Force. We felt that it was time to bring relevant people into one room to address, what in some cases, has been a decades long problem. This approach is consistent with how we have addressed important issues over the last few years; perform due diligence to identify the root issues and bring in subject matter experts to provide guidance.

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Volume 13, Issue 4, Posted 2:39 PM, 04.02.2021

Seven Hills To Acquire Radio Tower Property To Create A Nature Preserve

We are very excited to announce that The City of Seven Hills, together with Western Reserve Land Conservancy (WRLC), recently agreed to terms for the purchase of 20 acres of land currently owned by OSWIGI, Inc. adjacent to the City’s North Park off Rockside Road. The proposed preserve area contains 20 acres of meadow habitat with forested patches and 1,900 linear feet of West Creek headwater tributaries.

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Volume 13, Issue 4, Posted 11:58 AM, 04.02.2021

Seven Hills to acquire radio tower property to create a Nature Preserve

We are very excited to announce that The City of Seven Hills, together with Western Reserve Land Conservancy (WRLC), recently agreed to terms for the purchase of 20 acres of land currently owned by OSWIGI, Inc. adjacent to the City’s North Park off Rockside Road. The proposed preserve area contains 20 acres of meadow habitat with forested patches and 1,900 linear feet of West Creek headwater tributaries.

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Volume 13, Issue 4, Posted 11:58 AM, 04.02.2021

Seven Hills Looks Ahead

As we enter the month of March one can’t help but reflect on the last 12 months. March 2020 was the time COVID became front and center of our daily lives and the beginning of a long chain events that have been very trying on all of us. Heading into spring I hope the healing process soon begins on all fronts. After witnessing our community come together so many times, in spite of so many challenges, I have no doubt this will once again be the case.

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Volume 13, Issue 3, Posted 11:43 AM, 03.01.2021

Seven Hills Community Services Faces Challenges Head On

It has been one year since the first cases of COVID-19 in the United States. Since then, we all have had to make extreme changes in our lives. As vaccinations are beginning to be administered, we are very hopeful that we are turning the corner and moving closer to life as we once knew it to be.

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Volume 13, Issue 2, Posted 8:53 AM, 02.01.2021

Seven Hills Spotlight Businesses

This past year is certainly one that will not be soon forgotten. The obstacles and hurdles of 2020 have been well documented. Despite this, it has been this administration’s desire and goal to continue to move our city forward. Indeed, it has been our continued purpose to foster an environment in which our City continues to grow and evolve in the 21st century. While we will continue to meet the challenges 2020 has presented head on, we also believe it is just as critical to embrace success and celebrate accomplishments. One initiative that embodies this is Mayor Biasiotta’s Business of the Month Program, realized early on within the new Administration. While it is unquestionably the residents that form the foundation of any city, the businesses within the community provide an avenue for cities to move forward. Therefore, it was an early priority within this Administration to make this idea into a reality.

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Volume 12, Issue 12, Posted 11:20 AM, 12.01.2020

Vote Yes On Seven Hills Issue 41

Issue 41 will ask Seven Hills voters to approve, or not, a proposed 1.4 mil “additional tax” for the purpose of parks and recreation. This tax will provide a continuing revenue stream essential for the operations, upkeep, and improvements to our six parks and our Community Recreation Center, as well as for recreational programs.

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Volume 12, Issue 10, Posted 11:59 PM, 09.30.2020

Seven Hills Creates Water Management Task Force

Earlier this year my administration put together a Water Management Task Force. We felt that it was time to bring relevant people into one room to address, what in some cases, has been a decades long problem. This approach is consistent with how we have addressed important issues over the last few years; perform due diligence to identify the root issues and bring in subject matter experts to provide guidance.

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Volume 12, Issue 9, Posted 8:33 AM, 09.01.2020

Seven Hills - Pandemic and Progress

Happy Summer! I hope this summer season you have been able to take a break from the challenges 2020 has presented us and focus on all of the wonderful things that come with the season. When I took the oath of office about seven months ago our plans for 2020 were quite different. On one hand the time has passed in a blink of an eye yet at times it seems it was an eternity ago. I am sure my experience this year is not unique.

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Volume 12, Issue 8, Posted 7:34 PM, 08.04.2020

Hello Summer In North East Ohio

Hello Summer in North East Ohio! Farmers Markets are identified as an essential business that may be open with the required safety and social distancing guidelines in place. Although many traditional summer events in our corner of Ohio have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Seven Hills residents and neighbors can still look forward to getting their fresh, locally grown produce and other products at the Seven Hills Farmers Market. The Seven Hills Farmers Market will be opening Thursday, July 2 at 4:00 pm and continuing every Thursday until October 1, 2020.

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Volume 12, Issue 7, Posted 10:47 AM, 07.01.2020

Seven Hills Farmers Market Celebrates Five Years!

The City of Seven Hills Farmers Market will open at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 11, 2019 and continue every Thursday through September 26th, 4-7 p.m., at the corner of Hillside Road and Broadview Road. For most of us, there’s no better place to buy fruits and vegetables than at a farmers market. Markets offer food of superior quality and help support locally owned smaller-scale farms. A weekly trip to the Seven Hills Farmers Market is a perfect opportunity to learn more about how and where the food you are purchasing is grown and harvested. Meeting and talking to the farmers is a great way to learn about sustainable growing techniques plus obtain some free advice on cooking tips and meal ideas.  As the saying goes, "know your farmer, know your food." The same can be said for the other artisans that are vendors at the market. Any one of them will be happy to share how they create swoon-worthy bakery, syrup, jams, healthy-for-you skincare products, pet treats, and more!  Take this wonderful opportunity to savor the diversity that our vendors bring. 

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Volume 11, Issue 6, Posted 4:52 PM, 06.03.2019

Seven Hills Spring News

Hard to believe we are already in the month of April! The Cleveland Indians are playing ball and flowers are starting to bloom. The same can be said for several projects in Seven Hills. Our EPA mandated Hemlock Project is already at full steam and will be completed this year. The 305 homes that are part of this project are the last in Seven Hills to move from septic tanks to City sanitary sewers. The long-awaited water main replacement on Mapleview Dr.and East Hill Circle will be getting started soon. Upon completion, we plan to resurface both streets in their entirety.

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Volume 11, Issue 5, Posted 7:35 AM, 05.01.2019

Seven Hills Pride

Last month, I had the pleasure of sharing with you the 'progress' of a few large developments and many new partnerships that Seven Hills has recently entered into. This month I'm excited to announce some community pride.

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Volume 11, Issue 3, Posted 10:23 AM, 03.01.2019

Seven Hills - “Partnerships” And “Progress”

It is amazing how fast a year can go. I have just started my 2nd year as Seven Hills Council President, but it feels like the November 2017 election was just last week. When I look back at the year I can’t help but say it is amazing what can be accomplished when you don’t worry who gets the credit! If I had to succinctly define 2018 for the City of Seven Hills, I would choose the words “Partnerships” and “Progress”. 

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Volume 11, Issue 2, Posted 10:35 AM, 02.01.2019

City Of Seven Hills Farmers' Market Welcomes Another Season

The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market 2018 season opened on Thursday, June 28th, 4PM at 7221 Broadview Road in Seven Hills, with plenty of free parking and fabulous vendors! Each Thursday Market features neighborhood farmers, producers, and artisans who grow and/or produce their own goods. Enjoy food trucks? Save the date to grab dinner from Barrio Food Truck on Thursday, July 12th and Swenson’s Food Truck on Thursday, August 9th.  Kona Ice Truck will also be stooping by on select Thursdays! Additionally, there will be three wine events, hosted by The Little Birdie Wine Nest on July 12th, August 9th and September 13th.

About the Market The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market began in 2014 as a way to bring residents and the local surrounding communities together each week to shop for locally produced items and for the freshest, locally grown food available. Now entering its fourth season, the Market continues to give friends and neighbors the opportunity to visit together in the fresh air while listening to live music and browsing through vendor stalls featuring fresh produce, vegetables, microgreens, fruits, perennials, herbs, meats, honey, nuts, soup, bread, jam, maple syrup, pierogis, coffee, baked goods, kettle corn, soap, pastry and more! The Seven Hills Farmers’ Market is an open and flexible market, allowing vendors to join at any time and for as many weeks as fits their schedule. This means the Seven Hills Farmers’ Market might have an unanticipated guest vendor next to weekly favorites!

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Volume 10, Issue 7, Posted 3:13 PM, 07.01.2018

The City Of Seven Hills Farmers' Market Continues To Grow

The Seven Hills Farmers’ Market is not just about locally grown, farm-fresh produce, delicious baked goods, meat, snacks, local honey, health and wellness items, flowers and plants. It is also a gathering place with a vibrant crowd of locals, live entertainment, and monthly special events.  

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Volume 9, Issue 10, Posted 8:42 AM, 10.05.2017

City Of Seven Hills Farmers' Market Opens Thursday, June 29, 2017!

The 2017 City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market, sponsored by Taleris Credit Union, Inc., will open on Thursday, June 29th, 4:00 -7:00PM. The Market is located at the corner of Hillside Road and Broadview Road adjacent to Fire Station No.1, 7195 Broadview Road, Seven Hills. 44131. There will be giveaways and musical entertainment by Gwendolyn.

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 8:51 AM, 06.02.2017

Seven Hills Should Consider A City Manager Form Of Government

Seven Hills city council is considering a charter amendment for the May ballot to expand the mayor’s position to fulltime with a substantial salary increase and benefits package beginning in the next term on December 10, 2019. While I agree that the increasing complexities of serving as the city's CEO clearly demand a full time administrator, I have asked Council to instead ask the voters to convert to a city manager form of government, rather than to a full time mayor. Here are just a few of my reasons.

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Volume 9, Issue 2, Posted 11:22 PM, 03.01.2017

Farmers' Market Returns To Seven Hills This Summer

The 2016 City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market, sponsored by Taleris Credit Union, Inc., opened on June 30, 2016. The Market is located at the corner of Hillside Road and Broadview Road adjacent to Fire Station No. 1. The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market will continue to provide a place for farmers, backyard gardeners and home food producers a location to sell their items and a place to connect with our wider community. Please shop our Farmers’ Market every Thursday, now through September 29th from 4-7PM.

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Volume 8, Issue 7, Posted 12:39 PM, 07.01.2016

Emily Duff - Froehlich House Resident - 1902 To 2006

Emily Duff lived in the Froehlich House on Broadview Road from the day of her birth on June 24, 1902 until her death on January 5, 2006. Her parents Emma and Conrad Apel bought the house from the Froehlich Family in 1896. It had been built by the John Froehlich in 1843. Although the kitchen and bathroom were upgraded, the home retained its character of an earlier day. The original white wainscoting extended around the walls of the rooms. The floors were wide, random-width pine. Crisp, white Priscilla curtains covered the original windows, with their twelve lights. Large quarry stones made up the floor of the cellar. On one side of the cellar, steps led to a door at ground level. This was used to roll down barrels which carried supplies that were stored in the cellar.  

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Volume 8, Issue 1, Posted 11:49 PM, 01.03.2016

New This Summer, The City Of Seven Hills Farmers' Market!

Make the City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market your Thursday destination. The Market is located on the patio of the Seven Hills Recreation Center, 7777 Summitview Drive, Seven Hills, Ohio. The Farmers’ Market is held every Thursday, 4 p.m to 7 p.m., rain or shine. The idea began as a market where local farmers could sell their own produce, local artisans could sell their crafts, and people from Seven Hills would know that they could purchase quality produce and goods at affordable prices. 

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Volume 7, Issue 8, Posted 9:59 PM, 08.02.2015

Farmers' Market is Coming to Seven Hills!

Make The City of Seven Hills Farmers’ Market your Thursday destination. A fresh air market featuring neighborhood farmers, producers, artisans & vendors who grow and/or produce their own goods. Happy, Healthy, Homegrown; the Seven Hills Farmers’ Market is a convenient stop to get all your fresh, seasonal produce and more.

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Volume 7, Issue 6, Posted 8:19 AM, 06.01.2015

City Of Seven Hills 2015 Home Days Festival July 24-26

Welcome to the 2015 City of Seven Hills Home Days! The City of Seven Hills is ready to host the 42st annual Home Days Festival, July 24th, 25th, and 26th. Held behind City Hall, 7325 Summitview Drive. Seven Hills Home Days always has fabulous food, riveting rides, and magnificent musical entertainment. This year promises to be equally entertaining! The area surrounding City Hall will be packed with food, games, rides, vendors and various musical performances over the three day event. Fireworks, sponsored by Saber Healthcare Group are scheduled for Friday night at 9:45PM. Opening ceremonies with Mayor Dell’Aquila and VFW Post 7609, are Friday July 24th at 6PM. Home Days hours are Friday 6-11PM, Saturday Noon-11PM, Sunday Noon-6PM. 

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Volume 7, Issue 6, Posted 8:19 AM, 06.01.2015

The Taste of Seven Hills 2015

Savor the best flavors in town as the City of Seven Hills hosts the 5th Annual Taste of Seven Hills on Thursday, April 16, 2015 from 6-9 p.m. at the Seven Hills Community Recreation Center, 7777 Summitview Drive, Seven Hills, Ohio. Tickets are just $30 per person or $240 for a table of 8. Giant Eagle is a participating Sponsor. The proceeds from the Taste of Seven Hills helps fund various programs in the City, including our ever popular Home Days. 

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Volume 7, Issue 4, Posted 11:31 AM, 04.01.2015

School Funding Needs Sweeping Reform

Forget about the fact that, as homeowners, we pay $2,129.00 out of our $4,445.00 annual property taxes for Parma City School District (PCSD) students for a home that has seen three value reductions but no tax reductions – AND WE HAVE NO CHILDREN WHO MIGHT BENEFIT FROM IT.

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Volume 7, Issue 1, Posted 8:30 AM, 01.05.2015

Seven Hills Home Days Is Coming In July!

The City of Seven Hills biggest gathering of family, friends, and neighbors is July 25, 26, and 27, 2014 when Home Days comes back to Seven Hills for its 41st year! Held behind City Hall, 7325 Summitview Drive, Home Days always has fabulous food, riveting rides, magnificent music, and more. This year the Home Days musical entertainment will pay homage to the Golden Age of Rock-n-Roll. There will also be various vendors with a variety of items for purchase and two nights of fireworks. Mark the calendar! The firework displays will be Friday night, July 25th and Saturday night July 26th at 10:00pm. Home Days hours are Friday 6-11pm., Saturday 3-11 pm., Sunday 12-9pm.

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Volume 6, Issue 6, Posted 10:33 PM, 06.03.2014

Arbor Day Foundation Names Seven Hills Tree City USA

Seven Hills, Ohio was named a 2013 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management. Seven Hills achieved Tree City USA recognition by meeting the program’s four requirements: a tree board or department, a tree-care ordinance, an annual community forestry budget of at least $2 per capita and an Arbor Day observance and proclamation.

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Volume 6, Issue 5, Posted 12:36 AM, 05.02.2014

Watershed Volunteers Perform Stormwater Street Tree Maintenance In Seven Hills

Tuesday April 8, 2014 the Watershed Volunteer Program at Cleveland Metroparks and West Creek Conservancy in conjunction with the City of Seven Hills performed street tree maintenance, including cleaning and cultivating of the bioretention cells, along Civic Drive and Broadview Road from the intersection of Hillside Road to East Pleasant Valley Road. Bioretention calls help purify storm water runoff, including removal of road salt.

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Volume 6, Issue 5, Posted 12:35 AM, 05.02.2014

Seven Hills State Of The City

In his second State of the City Address, March 27, 2014, Mayor Richard Dell’Aquila highlighted the fact that Seven Hills is strong and getting stronger every day. Seven Hills has survived the national recession and the City’s finances are improving through a program of smart, sensible government. As a result, in just two years, the General Fund balance increased almost 150%, from about $1.5 million to $3.7 million. Today, the City has fewer employees, streamlined operations and maintains and even expanded City services, for example re-instituting a full City leaf pick-up program. The annual operating expenses have been reduced by about 20% from $9.3 million, when Mayor Dell’Aquila took office, to about $7.5 million in 2013.

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Volume 6, Issue 4, Posted 7:34 AM, 04.01.2014

Enjoy A "Taste" Of Seven Hills 2014

The City of Seven Hills will host its 4th Annual “Taste of Seven Hills” on Saturday, April 12, 2014, from 6 until 9 p.m. at the Seven Hills Community Recreation Center, 7777 Summitview Drive in Seven Hills. Tickets are $30 per person, which includes tasting samples from over 20 area restaurants and caterers, plus beer, wine, nonalcoholic beverages, and entertainment by guitarist Victor Samalot. Purchase a table of 8 before March 14th for $200, a savings of $40! 

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Volume 6, Issue 4, Posted 7:33 AM, 04.01.2014

K-9, Rocky, Retires From Seven Hills Police Department

The Seven Hills Police Department is announcing the retirement of Police K9 Rocky.  Rocky began his training to be a police dog in November 2004 along with his handler Sergeant Daniel Kappus. The two began working the road together in January 2005 and have worked with each other ever since. In the nine years Rocky served as a police dog, he assisted the Department in drug searches, tracking for both missing people and suspects along with building and area searches. In addition to his assistance in criminal matters, Rocky spent much of this time at public relations events, school presentations and also helped out at Safety Town of Parma for many years.

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Volume 5, Issue 12, Posted 9:38 AM, 12.03.2013

Seven Hills Assistance For The Holidays

Seven Hills Canned Food Drive to Benefit Yuletide Hunger The City of Seven Hills is collecting all canned food, non perishables, paper products and personal hygiene items to be donated to local families in need as part of the Yuletide Hunger Program for the Holidays.To date, collection is extremely low compared to previous years. Approximately 150 families were assisted in the 2012 program. Please consider donating at the Seven Hills Community Recreation Center or City Hall at 7325 Summitview Drive in Seven Hills. Questions can be directed to Chris Matthews @ 216-525-6230. Receipts are available upon request for your donations.

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Volume 5, Issue 11, Posted 8:16 AM, 11.01.2013

Seven Hills Announces Full City Leaf Removal Program

The Dell’Aquila Administration has announced that after years in suspension, a full city leaf program has been re-instituted. Weather permitting, residents’ leaves will be picked up at the street side on both curbed and uncurbed streets commencing Friday, October 25, 2013. Two city crews will work simultaneously from the north and south ends of town, making enough passes to complete their work.

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Volume 5, Issue 11, Posted 2:22 PM, 10.22.2013