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Pepper Pike Directory

Welcome to the 2017 edition of the Pepper Pike Directory. As part of its civic mission to the community, the Pepper 
Pike Civic League has published the Directory for over forty years. The Directory is mailed annually in the Spring 
to all households and throughout the year to new residents. Information in the Directory is obtained from public 
records and/or directly from the organizations listed but the League cannot guarantee the accuracy of the Directory’s 
content. The League receives no compensation from any of the organizations listed and inclusion in the Directory 
does not constitute an endorsement by the League. The League embraces the diversity of the community and does 
not discriminate on race, religion, national origin or other basis.

The Pepper Pike Civic League is funded entirely by the annual dues (tax deductible) of its members. Its Officers and
Trustees serve without compensation, and meet monthly at the Orange Library. A complete schedule of meetings is
posted on the Civic League’s website.

The Pepper Pike Civic League encourages all residents in the community to become active by joining it and/or 
seeking other opportunities to serve the community. We trust you will find the Directory to be a useful reference and 
we solicit your comments for improvement. Send comments to the Pepper Pike Civic League, P.O. Box 24808, 
Pepper Pike, OH, 44124 or via e-mail at pepperpikecl@gmail.com.
 
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CIVIC LEAGUE OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES

Officers

 Chairperson Doug Solomon216-577-33372018
 Vice-Chairperson Barb Schmauder 440-821-3863 2017
 Treasurer Ronald Wauschek  216-618-0488 2018
 Secretary
Jim Walker
 216-410-13652019
 
Trustees (Alphabetical)
Shahnaz Khan 216-577-0229  2019
Reed King440-523-0765 2018
Robert Leb 216-831-2509 2019
Leslie Leventhal440-749-1576 2017 
Kathi Piergies 216-509-6158  2017
   
(Terms expire on December 31 of the year shown)  

CITY GOVERNMENT

 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD – Meets at City Hall on Friday mornings.  Contact the building department for exact dates and times. All plans must be filed with the Building Department five days prior to the Architectural Review Board meeting.

 BUILDING DEPARTMENT –  Office hours: 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Monday-Friday ● 216-896-6134 ● Fax 216-831-1160 ● building@pepperpike.org

 BUILDING PERMITS – Issued by the Building Department.

 CITY HALL – 28000 Shaker Boulevard, Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124.  Office hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday ● 216-831-8500 ● www.pepperpike.org

 ELECTED OFFICIALS – Pepper Pike has a mayor and a seven-member Council elected by the voters for four-year terms.  The Mayor's salary is $45,000 per year and Council members receive $8,200 per year.  

Officials as of February 2017 are:

 Mayor
 Richard M. Bain  216-896-6126 (Office)  2019
   216-310-0147 (Mobile)
   bain@pepperpike.org  
(Term Expires December 31 of the year shown)
 
Council
 Bob Freed 216-644-7686  2017
 Scott Newell  216-378-0550  2017
 James Juliano  216-595-9107  2017
 Richard Leskovec  216-595-1018  2017
 Toni Gentile 440-378-9669 2019
 James LeMay 216-591-9152 2019
 Manohar Daga 216-245-6309 2019 
 
City Administrator & Treasurer: Joseph F. Brodzinski......................................216-896-6124
Executive Assistant to the Mayor: Katy Zippert.................................................216-896-6127
Clerk of Council:  Sheila Brett-O’Connor......................................................... 216-896-6128
Law Director: Stephen Byron......................................................................... 440-951-2303
Engineer: Donald F. Sheehy.......................................................................... 440-439-1999

Council meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the City Hall at 7:30 p.m.  The Working Session meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.  The meetings are open to the public.

FIRE DEPARTMENT – Chief,  John  Frazier  (jfrazier@pepperpike.org).  Emergency fleet consists of two rescue squads, two fire engines and a 70' ladder truck.  The department  provides advanced life support rescue squad services and actively participates in speciality regional teams.  ● 911 (Emergency only) ● 216-831-8833 (Emergency only) ● 216-896-6137 (non-emergency) ● Fax 216-831-0675 ● www.pepperpike.org/government/fire 

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION – Meets at City Hall on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. upon application.  All plans must be filed with the Zoning Commission at least five  working days prior to the meeting.

POLICE DEPARTMENT – Chief, Joe Mariola (jmariola@pepperpike.org). 16 officers (and one Orange School District resource officer) provide 24 hour protection, proactive patrol, traffic law enforcement and criminal investigation. Prescription drop-off box in the Police Department available 24/7. ● 911 (Emergency only) ● 216-831-8500 (non-emergency) ● Fax 216-831-0175 ● www.pepperpike.org/Government/Police

SERVICE DEPARTMENT – Director, Bob Girardi (service@pepperpike.org).  Rubbish and recyclable cans, bottles and plastics are collected once a week.  Newspapers and magazines are also collected or can be brought to the dumpster behind the service garage (see recycling page).  Maximum weight per item or container is 40 pounds.  Steel drums may not be used.  Bulky items are picked up on Friday by appointment.  Office hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday ● 216-896-6149 ● Fax 216-831-0978 ● www.pepperpike.org/Government/Service     


CITY LAWS YOU SHOULD KNOW

This page contains selective descriptions of laws applicable in Pepper Pike and is not intended to be legal advice. Certain other requirements and exceptions may apply. 
View the full text at www.pepperpike.org or contact the Department Head or the City Law Director.
 
CURFEWS (Section 648.11) – Under 12 years: dusk to dawn ● Between 12 and 16 years: 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. ● Between 16 and 18 years: 12:00 midnight to 6:00 a.m.  Exceptions if properly accompanied.

ELECTRONIC WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICES WHILE DRIVING (Section 434.10) – Not allowed unless it is a voice operated or hands-free device that allows the driver to maintain both hands on the steering device while in operation; a primary offense.

FIREARMS (Chapter 672) – No shooting, hunting or discharging of firearms is permitted in the City, except on approved trap or skeet ranges or pursuant to City approved program.

FIRES (Chapter 660) – No outside burning is permitted.

HOME / YARD MAINTENANCE (Building & Housing Code Part 14) – All homes and yards must be properly maintained.  Grass must not be allowed to grow over six inches in height.  All contractors (including landscape, snowplow, and painting services) are required to be licensed by the City’s Building Department.

 “HOUSE SALES”, i.e. PUBLIC SALES OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Chapter 864) – Such sales shall be conducted between the hours of 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.  A permit must be obtained from the Clerk of Council. Contact the Police Department 216-831-8500 with any questions.

JOGGERS / WALKERS / BIKERS (Sections 416.05 and 474.04(a) –  Single file is required.  Bikers under the age of 18 are required to wear helmets.

PARKING (STREET) (Chapter 452) – Overnight street parking is prohibited. Vehicles should be parked on side of the street opposite the fire hydrant, unless a one-way street like Gates Mills Blvd. in which case  “within 10-foot of hydrant” prohibition is enacted. Parking lights or flashers must be operated after dark. Street parking is banned when snow depth exceeds two (2) inches. Contact the Police Department for special parking permission for parties.

PARKING (TRAILERS AND MOBILE HOMES) (Chapters 1272 and 452) – No recreational vehicles (RV's), mobile homes, house trailers, boat trailers or campers may be parked either on driveways, or elsewhere, for more than 7 days in any 90-day period, except in a garage or suitable enclosure.

REMODELING / ADDITIONS ● SWIMMING POOLS, TENNIS COURTS AND OUTDOOR LIGHTING (Building & Housing Code Part 14) – Check first with the Building Department to find if a building permit is required.  This also applies to detached accessory buildings, such as prefabricated tool or garden sheds, and erection of fences.  Enforcement is strict.

SEPTIC TANKS (Chapter 1044) – Septic tanks must be cleaned a minimum of every three years and a copy of the inspection report filed at City Hall.  A list of licensed cleaners is available at City Hall.  An annual permit is required by Cuyahoga County through the Board of Health.  

SIGNS (Chapter 1486) – Permitted signs include: Security sign (maximum: 1 square foot); “For Sale” sign of premises (maximum: 6 square feet);  non-commercial, or political sign (maximum: 6 square feet).  Only one sign of each type is permitted, except for political signs (which may be posted 60 days before the election, and must be removed within 3 days after election ).  Signs may not be closer than 20 feet from the pavement of the street nor within 6 feet of any property line.

SOLICITING (Chapter 860) – Door-to-door soliciting is not allowed without a City permit.  No permit is required for charitable, educational, or religious solicitation.

TREE REMOVAL (Chapter 1494) –A tree removal permit may be required for the cleaning, cutting and/or removal of trees of eight inches or more in diameter at breast height (measures 4- 1/2' above existing grade). Certain exemptions apply.

 

CITY HISTORY AND FINANCES

HISTORY – In 1815, sixteen pioneers settled in the area called Orange which included the present cities and villages of Pepper Pike, Orange, Moreland Hills, Woodmere, and Hunting Valley.  A township was established in 1820 with 36 voters.  By the late 1800's there was a village hall at Orange Center, now the intersection of Pinetree and SOM Center Roads.  There were nine one-room elementary schools in the area.  For high school, students went to nearby towns at a cost of 50 cents per year per pupil.

 In 1924, 250 residents of Orange signed a petition to separate and incorporate as Pepper Pike Village in order to issue bonds for water and roads.  The Van Sweringen Company developed the area for country estates and put in new roads and three traffic circles.  The Village became a city in 1970.

 There are several interesting theories about the name of Pepper Pike, but none of them can be verified.

 POPULATION – According to the 2010 census the population is 5,979.  The number of homes in Pepper Pike according to the Building Department records is 2,349.

 GENERAL STATISTICS – Pepper Pike covers approximately seven square miles.  Within its boundaries are five churches and synagogues, three private clubs, a college, the Orange Schools, the Orange Library branch, two non-profit agencies serving the needs of young people, a Senior Center, clusters of retail stores, plus office and commercial buildings.

 INCOME TAX / OTHER SOURCES OF REVENUE – An important source of revenue is the city income tax of 1%.  (A credit of 1/2 of 1% to a maximum of 1% is granted to residents who pay city income tax to another municipality where they are employed.)  Other sources of revenue include taxes on real estate, motor vehicle fuels, admissions.  Building fees, court fines, and motor vehicle licensing also provide revenue to the city.

 PROPERTY TAX RATE – For the tax year 2016 (collected in 2017) the effective tax rate for Pepper Pike is $78 per $1,000 of the taxable value of each parcel of real estate. The effective tax rate is the rate used for calculation of real estate taxes, based on the taxable value of property which is by statute equal to 35% of its fair market value as determined by the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer’s Office. An easier way to calculate the amount of property taxes one would pay for a house in Pepper Pike in to multiply the market value of the property by 2.42% for calendar year 2016.

 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION – A reduction in property taxes is available to individuals 65 and older and to individuals with a disability.  Please call 216-443-7050 for more information.

 BONDS / DEBT RATING – Outstanding are $8,039,014 of Special Assessment and General Obligation Bonds and Ohio Public Works Commission loans as of January 1, 2016. The City portion of the 2016 debt service payment due is $273,806 or 32% with the Special Assessment portion paid by property owner assessments equaling $575,377 or 68%. The final maturity is 2030 for both special assessment and General Obligation Bonds. The City also has an OPWC loan that ends in 2035. Moody’s has assigned a rating of AAA on the City’s outstanding bonds.

 

RECYCLING AND WASTE DISPOSAL

RECYCLING:  All recyclable materials (glass, plastic, and metals) may be mixed together in the same bag.  All paper may now be included with the glass, plastic, and metals.  City Hall has bins near the service garage, to drop off papers, comingled recyclables, as well as aluminum cans for the Aluminum Cans for Burned Children program.  The following rules apply to weekly collection: 

1.     ALL recycled items must be placed inside 13-gallon or 30- gallon, blue or clear plastic recycle bags.  Small grocery store plastic bags will no longer be acceptable.  Such bags may be purchased from Heinen’s or Kredo Hardware.  

2.     Recycling bags should weigh 30 pounds or less.

Glass:             Food and beverage containers of any color, rinsed and without lids.  Broken glass should be packaged separately and so labeled

Metal:            Rinsed aluminum cans, foil, and trays are acceptable.

Paper:           Newspaper and Magazines - Corrugated Cardboard (empty boxes should be flattened) - Phone   Books - Cereal Boxes (remove liners) - Junk Mail, Beer and Pop Cartons (no foil) - Tissue, Food  and Detergent Cartons (remove plastics) - Shoe Boxes - Cigarette and Paper Egg Cartons - Gift and Toy Boxes - Paper Gift Wrap (no foil) - Greeting Cards - Cancelled Checks (we recommend  shredding first).

Plastic:          ALL plastics (#1 through #7) are acceptable. 

Some recyclables can be collapsed to permit a greater volume in each bag.  Glass, plastic, aluminum, and tin may be placed in the same plastics bags.  There is a bin for aluminum cans at City Hall, with the proceeds going to training fire fighters and recovery treatment for burned children.

YARD WASTE – The State of Ohio has mandated that yard waste cannot be deposited in landfills. Pepper Pike, therefore, does not accept grass clippings. Short grass cuttings left on the lawn are beneficial. Residents are encouraged to properly dispose of yard waste on their property by composting. Instructions on how and where to compost are available at City Hall. The City will pick up leaves if they are placed in special paper, bio-degradable bags that can be purchased at the Service Department or any hardware store. Pepper Pike will pick up bush and tree branches if bundled and tied (bundles not to exceed 4 feet in length nor 40 pounds in weight). Please call the Service Department for a special pickup. The special bags are available for $2 for a five-pack from the Service Department. For larger branches and brush, there is a Branch Clipping Program that takes place in May, July, September, and November. Place branches at the edge of your tree lawn and they will be picked up accordingly.

SCRAP TIRE ROUND-UP - Can be dropped off at the Service Department during office hours. Tires are restricted from landfills; therefore, the District round-up is the ONLY means of disposal for tires. Tires of all sizes are acceptable. Tires must be off the rims. The tires are stored at the Service Department until the District collects these only once a year.

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Round-up: last Friday of every month.  Drop-off hours are 8:00am – 2:00pm.  Includes any product  that is toxic, flammable, corrosive, reactive, or explosive.  Some examples of HHW are: mercury (thermostats, thermometers, NO CFL BULBS), oil-based paint (does NOT include latex paint), furniture polish, flea and tick powder, batteries (does not include alkaline batteries), metal polish, gasoline, motor oil, medications, drain cleaner, turpentine, household cleaners, pool chemicals, and bleach.  Do not mix chemicals together in the same container.  To prepare these items for collection, place them in boxes (with the box lids OPEN), weighing less than 40 pounds each

USED TECHNOLOGY: Can be dropped off at the Service Department during office hours. Items include CPUs, monitors, keyboards, and software. Computers and related equipment will either be refurbished and donated to local schools, or disassembled and the individual parts recycled. Old cell phones (phone, battery, and charger) will be packaged and donated to the Cuyahoga County Witness Protection Program and the Domestic Violence Project. Used ink cartridges can be taken to the Service Department for recycling. Used technology is stored at the Service Department for twice yearly district round-ups.

CONTAINER DROP-OFF PROGRAM – For a modest fee the Service Department will provide residents with a large (6 or 12 cubic yard) container for disposing of yard waste, household goods, etc.  Container rental starts in April and ends at the first snow fall.

WASTE OIL TANK - Containers labeled "oil" can be dropped off at the Service Department for disposal between the hours of 7:00 am and 2:30 pm.  

MEDICATION DROP-OFF - A box is available 24/7 at the Pepper Pike Police Station for the environmentally friendly disposal of any medications that are expired or no longer needed.


See www.pepperpike.org for more information on recycling and waste disposal, or call the Service Department: Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ● 216-896-6149 ● Fax 216-831-0978
 

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES

ADULT EDUCATION:  Classes and workshops for adults of all ages in a variety of areas. Newsletter published three times per year. Coordinator: Pam Bayus ● 216-831-8601, x  5408 ● pbayus@orangecsd.org

AGING SERVICES: The Orange Senior Center serves as the Offices on Aging for the greater Orange School District.  Services include: van transportation, medical insurance assistance, caregiver support groups, low vision support groups, blood pressure screenings, legal consultations, and AARP tax assistance.  Senior Center Coordinator: Darlene Montonaro ● 216-831-8601 ext. 5700  dmontonaro@orangecsd.org

 AQUATICS (ORANGE COMMUNITY): On the Orange Schools Campus, 32000 Chagrin Boulevard.  Both indoor and outdoor aquatics programs.  Coordinator: Sandra Andrews ● 216-831-8601 ext. 2316  ● sandrews@orangecsd.org ● www.orangerec.com/aquatics.aspx

ADULT & YOUTH SPORTS (formerly OCAA): A variety of programs for youth and adults including leagues, drop-in

sports, camps. Sports Coordinator: Sandra Andrews ● 216-831-8601 ext. 2316 ● sandrews@orangecsd.org

 BEECH BROOK:  3737 Lander Road.  Beech Brook is a behavioral health agency serving emotionally disturbed and at-risk children and their families through a wide range of programs, which include residential treatment, foster care, adoption, outpatient therapy, early childhood and school-based services, parenting programs, and community based programs.   Linda Schettler, Assistant VP, Campus Programs • 216-831-2255 ● www.beechbrook.org

CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC (ORANGE COMMUNITY):  Offers scheduled music lessons on Orange Schools campus.  For brochure or registration information ● 216-791-5000 ext. 590, or www.cim.edu/preparatory

COURT (SHAKER HEIGHTS MUNICIPAL):  3355 Lee Road, Shaker Heights ● 216-491-1300 ● Judge K. J. Montgomery  www.shakerheightscourt.org

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER (ORANGE COMMUNITY):  At the Pepper Pike Learning Center on the Orange Schools Campus, 32000 Chagrin Boulevard. Offers programming for children from birth until schol age. A community pre-school for children ages 2-5 offering full, extended day and half-day classes. Co-Coordinators: Kelly Borders, Monika Richards • 216-831-4909 ext. 5416 • www.orangerec.com

EDUCATION AND RECREATION (ORANGE COMMUNITY):  At the Pepper Pike Learning Center on the Orange Schools Campus, 32000 Chagrin Boulevard.  Offers seasonal bro­chures, mailed 3 times a year, listing community programs that meet the educational and recreational needs of all ages and interests.  Director: Laura Guentner ● 216-831-8601 ● www.orangerec.com

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE: 27900 Gates Mills Boulevard. Connects children with special needs to peers and teen volunteers through social, educational and recreational programs while providing respite and support to parents. Co-Director: Rabbi Yossi Marozov • 216-377-3000 ext. 1005 www.friendscleveland.com

GROSS SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL:  27601 Fairmount Boulevard.  Offers pre-school, elementary school, and middle school.  Director of Admissions: Janna Dorfman ● 216-763-1400  ext. 417 ● www.grossschechter.org

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION:  3659 S. Green Rd., Ste 322, Beachwood.  A multi-service agency serving adults and families with their mental health and social service needs.  CEO: Susan Bichsel ● 216-292-3999 or www.jfsa-cleveland.org

KIWANIS CLUB OF LANDER CIRCLE:  Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at Garfield Memorial United Methodist Church, 3650 Lander Road • Mike Fetzer • 216-831-1566 • www.landercirclekiwanis.com

LEARNING CENTER (PEPPER PIKE): On the Orange Schools Campus, 32000 Chagrin Boulevard.  Hours (during the school year)Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. ● Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ● Saturday 9 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ● 216-831-8601 ● www.orangerec.com

LIBRARY (ORANGE BRANCH):  31300 Chagrin Boulevard. The Orange Library makes available to residents of all ages a multitude of’ resources, programs, and services. Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. • Friday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. • Sunday 1-5. Branch Manager: Julie Liedtke • 216-831-4282 • New branch under construction opening April 12 at 31975 Chagrin Boulevard. www.cuyahogalibrary.org/orangebranch.aspx

LIBRARY (FRIENDS OF):  The Friends promote the development and welfare of the Orange Community Library by making the Library's resources and needs known to the community.  Donations of books are appreciated for used book sales.  President: Richard Leskovec ● www.cuyahogalibrary.org/donate.aspx

NEW DIRECTIONS, INC.:  30800 Chagrin Boulevard.  Provides residential and out-patient chemical dependency, assessments and treatment for adolescents and their families.  CEO: Michael E. Matoney, MBA, LICDC ● 216-591-0324 ● www.newdirect.org

ORANGE ARTS CENTER:  31500 Chagrin Blvd., Pepper Pike.  Operated by the Orange Community Arts Council with over 70 classes and workshops for all media, all ages, and all residents of Northeast Ohio.  All levels of ability, talent and interests are welcome.  Executive Director: Deborah Pinter ● 216-831-5130 ● www.orangeartcenter.org

PARK SYNAGOGUE EAST PRESCHOOL:  27500 Shaker Boulevard. A non-profit nursery school program serving children 18 months to pre-K of all races, religions or national origin. • Preschool Director: Anne Sportas • 216-371-2244, ext. 200 • www.parksynagogue.org

RATNER SCHOOL:  27575 Shaker Boulevard.  The Lillian and Betty Ratner School is an independent, non-profit, coeducational Montessori preschool and day school welcomes students 20 months to 8th grade without regard to race, religion, color or national origin.  ● Director of Admissions: Dawn Driggs  ● 216-464-0033 ● www.theratnerschool.org

SCOUTS ORGANIZATIONS

·         BOY SCOUTS:  Boy Scouts are for ages 11-17 years old.  Troop 309 Scoutmaster: Bill Warren • billwarren@live.com • 440-288-8863 • www.bsatroop309gcc.org

·         CUB SCOUTS:  Cub Scouts are for boys grades 1-5. Pack 309 Cubmaster: Chip Steiner • cps3@ adelphia.net • www.packs.scouter.com/oh/pack309

·         GIRL SCOUTS:  There are Daisies for kindergarten, Brownies for grades 1-3, Juniors for grades 4-6, Cadettes for grades 7-9, and Seniors for grades 10-12.  ● 800-852-4474 x0372 ● www.gsneo.org

·         VENTURE CREW: For boys and girls ages 13-21.  Chief Advisor: Dan Loughridge. ● 216-514-1761 

SENIOR CENTER (ORANGE COMMUNITY):  On the Orange Schools campus, 32000 Chagrin Boulevard. A non-profit organization serving senior adults (age 55 and older) for social, supportive, educational, recreational and transportation needs. Hours: Monday and Wednesday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Older Adult Coordinator: Nancy Haag • nhaag@ orangecsd.org • 216-831-8601 ext. 5701 • www.orangerec.com

SERVICE COMMITTEE (ORANGE AREA):  Represents local religious, educational and service organizations by directing gifts, service and/or assistance to un-served families in need.  ● 216-831-8600 Inquire for all available forms at the Orange Schools.

TRANSPORTATION:  Public transportation (RTA) runs from Lander Circle to points west, including downtown.  Transportation services for seniors and disabled adults for medical and non-medical purposes are provided through the Orange Senior Center/Service TRansportaion Connection.  New clients call 216-831-8601 to schedule transportation.  ● www.orangerec.com or www.ridestc.org 

URSULINE COLLEGE:  2550 Lander Road. Student body of over 1500. First women’s college in Ohio. Specializes in the education primarily of women, with 9% men; offering more than 30 undergraduate and 10 graduate programs and majors • 440-449-4200 • www.ursuline.edu


UTILITIES, SERVICES, AND GENERAL INTEREST

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Pepper Pike City Hall, 28000 Shaker Boulevard, Pepper Pike, OH 44124 ● 216-831-8500 ● www.pepperpike.orq

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU: 2800 Euclid Avenue, Fourth Floor, Cleveland, OH 44115-2408 ● 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ● Speak with a representative ● 216-241-7678 ● 800-233-0361  ● info@cleveland.bbb.org ● info@cleveland.bbb.org

CABLE TELEVISION:  Spectrum ● 855-509-2513 ● www.spectrum.com

ELECTRICITY:  The Illuminating Company ● Automated electricity outage reporting line: 888-544-4877 ● Customer service: 800-589-3101 ● www.firstenergycorp.com

GAS:  Dominion East Ohio ● Customer service: 800-362-7557 ●  Emergency service: 877-542-2630 ● www.dom.com  ● Other vendors are also available on-line at: www.occ.ohio.gov/gas/companies.shtml

WATER:  City of Cleveland, Division of Water ● Customer service: 216-664-3130 ●  Emergency service: 216-664-3060 ● www.clevelandwater.com  

MOTOR VEHICLES:  All vehicles and drivers are required to be registered in the State within 30 days of moving to Ohio. ● www.ohiobmv.com

  • License plates, vehicle registration, titles, and driver’s licenses can be obtained at: 1593 Golden Gate Plaza (Mayfield Road west of I-271), Mayfield Heights, OH • 440-461-2847

MAIL BOXES: The City sells Step 2 brand mailboxes for $125.00 (standard) or $145 (deluxe) including installation and removal of old box. 216-896-6149

POST OFFICES:    

Zip 44124:           5815 Landerbrook Drive, Mayfield Heights, OH ● 440-461-3815

Zip 44122:           3695 Green Road, Beachwood, OH ● 216-360-0257

SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE:  3591 Park East Drive, Beachwood, OH 44122 ● 800-772-1213 ● www.ssa.gov

CODE RED EMERGENCY INFORMATION: Register on Pepper Pike Web Site • www.pepperpike.org

CODE RED: Automatically notifies residents in case of emergency including sever weather, water main break, power outages, chemical spills, or other serious events. Sign up for Code Red on the City web site www.pepperpike.org

WHEN ABSENT FROM THE CITY:  Notify the Police Department (216-831-1424) and neighbors about the length of absence.

 

ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Orange School District serves the residents of Pepper Pike, Hunting Valley, Moreland Hills, Orange, and Woodmere, as well as portions of Bedford Heights, Solon and Warrensville Heights.  Located on a wooded 179-acre campus, the Orange Schools consist of Moreland Hills Elementary School, Ballard Brady Middle School, Orange High School, and the Pepper Pike Learning Center.  The District’s bonds are rated AAA by Standard & Poor’s and Aaa by Moody’s Investors Service.

More than 2,300 students attend the  schools, comprising a diverse population. A quality profile is published annually and can be viewed 

on the district web site www.orangeschools.org. District activities can be followed on Facebook.

ORANGE SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICES:  32000 Chagrin Boulevard, Pepper Pike, OH 44124 ● Phone 216-831-8600 ● Fax 216-831-8029 ● www.orangeschools.org

Administrators for the 2016-2017 School Year: 

Dr. Edwin Holland – Superintendent of Schools  ext 6752
Ms. Paula Snyder – Dir. of Human Resources  ext 6622
Mr. Todd Puster – Treasurer      ext 6601
Ms. Karen Moore - Director of 21st Century Curriculum ext 6620
Mr. Steve Marlow – Director of Business Operations  ext 6610
Mr. Kersh Naidu – Director of Student Support Services  ext 6618
Mr. Lou DeVincentis - Director of Communications ext. 6626

Board:        (Term expires December 31 of the year listed)

 Jennifer Cohen   2017  216-765-1434
 Dagmar Fellowes  2017  216-831-1084
 Jefferey Leiken, Vice President2017  216-870-7159
 Melanie Weltman, President  2019  216-378-6989
 Beth Wislon-Fish   2019  440-247-5352


Volunteers for the 2015-2016 School Year:              

 Megan Jolic – President of the Elementary PTA (grades K-8 )  meganjolic@gmail.com
Laura Kochis – President of the High School PTA (grades 9-12) lracochis@gmail.com

The Orange Board of Education generally meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month.  The meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. in the Pepper Pike Learning Center.  For exact dates please visit www.orangeschools.org or contact the administrative office at 216-831-8600.  The public is welcome and encouraged to attend meetings. Board Community dialogues take place at 5:45 p.m. prior to board meeting.

 

VOTING INFORMATION AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

U.S. SENATORS(Congressional District 11)
Senator Rob Portman (Republican – Term expires December, 2022)                         
448 Russell Senate Office building , Washington, DC 20510
Phone 202-224-3353 ● Fax 202-224-9558
1240 E. 9th Street, Room 3061, Cleveland, OH 44199
Phone 216-522-7095 ● Fax 216-522-7097
 
Senator Sherrod Brown (Democrat – Term expires December, 2019)
713 Hart Senate Office building, Washington, DC 20510
Phone 202-224-2315 ● Fax 202-228-6321
1301 East 9th Street, Suite 1710, Cleveland, OH  44113
Phone 216-522-7272 ● Fax 216-522-2239
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (Democrat-11th District.  Term expires December, 2018)               
2344 Rayburn Office Building, Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-7032 ● Fax 202-225-1339
4834 Richmond Rd., Suite 150, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
Phone 216-522-4900 ● Fax 216-522-4908
 
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
Governor: John Kasich (Replubican – Term expires December, 2018)
 Lt. Governor: Mary Taylor (Republican – Term expires December, 2018)
Riffe Center, 30th Floor, 77 S. High Street, Columbus, OH 43215-6108
Phone 614-466-3555 ● Fax 614-466-9354
615 W. Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113
Phone 216-787-3240 ● Fax 216-787-3244
OHIO STATE SENATOR
Senator Kenny Yuko (Democrat- 25th District, Term expires December 2018)               
Senate Office Building, 1 Capital Square, Room 057, Columbus, OH 43215
Phone 614-466-4583 ● Fax 614-222-0991

 OHIO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                                  

Rep. John Barnes (Democrat – 12th District – term expires Dec., 2018)
House of Representatives, Riffe Center,
77 S. High Street, 10th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215
Phone 614-466-1408 ● Fax 614-719-3912
http://ohiohouse.gov/john-barnes

CUYAHOGA COUNTY COUNCIL
Shontel Brown  (Democrat– 9th District – term expires Dec., 2018)
County Administration Building
2709 East 9th Street, Floor 8
Cleveland, OH 44115
http://council.cuyahogacounty.us/
Office: 216-698-2023 Fax: 216-698-2040●  E-mail: sbrownsbrown@cuyahogacounty.us

YOU MUST REGISTER (OR RE-REGISTER) TO VOTE IF:

you have not registered before, or
you are a new resident of Pepper Pike, or
you have not voted in the last four calendar years, or
there are changes in your voter registration information such as name, address etc.

YOU MAY REGISTER up to 30 days prior to any election at: (1) the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, 2925 Euclid Avenue ● 216-443-3200, (2) Pepper Pike City Hall, (3) the Orange Library, or (4) any Ohio Auto License Bureau

VOTING PRECINCT MAP & POLLING LOCATIONS

Precincts A, B:    Church of the Western Reserve, 30500 Fairmount Boulevard
Precincts C.01, C.02, D:   Garfield Memorial Church, 36550 Lander Road
Precinct  E:   Friendship Circle of Cleveland 27900 Gates Mills Blvd.
 


 

PLACES OF WORSHIP

The following are located within Pepper Pike:
B'NAI JESHURUN CONGREGATION – TEMPLE ON THE HEIGHTS
Rabbi Stephen Weiss – Senior Rabbi
27501 Fairmount Boulevard
216-831-6555

CHURCH OF THE WESTERN RESERVE
(Presbyterian U.S.A.)
Rev. Sandy Seaton-Todd
30500 Fairmount Boulevard
440-442-2220

CONGREGATION KOL HALEV
Rabbi Steve Segar
27575 Shaker Boulevard
216-320-1498

GARFIELD MEMORIAL CHURCH
(United Methodist) 
Reverend Warren (Chip) P. Freed, Jr. – Lead Pastor
Pastor Terry McHugh
3650 Lander Road
216-831-1566

PARK SYNAGOGUE EAST
Rabbi Joshua Skoff – Senior Rabbi
27500 Shaker Boulevard
216-371-2244

THE SHUL
Rabbi Edward J. Sukol
30799  Pinetree Road #401
216-509-9969
 
The Catholic Diocese serves Pepper Pike with:

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
(ROMAN CATHOLIC)
Reverend James Caddy – Pastor
6850 Mayfield Road ● Gates Mills
440-461-0066


EMERGENCY SERVICES

POLICE DEPARTMENT                    911 or 216-831-1424
FIRE DEPARTMENT                         911 or 216-831-8833
AMBULANCE / PARAMEDIC         911 or 216-831-8833

The Pepper Pike Paramedic Ambulance transports patients to the nearest and/or most appropriate medical facility of choice. 

ELECTRICITY OUTAGE OR DOWNED LINES (Illuminating Company).……….......................................………………..888-544-4877

 GAS LEAK (Dominion East Ohio).………………………………………………………….………….......................................………….877-542-2630

 CLEVELAND WATER (City of Cleveland, Division of Water)…………………………..............................……………………….216-664-3130

 Other nearby facilities and contacts for emergency services are:

 ·         MEDICAL EMERGENCY Hillcrest  Hospital, 6780 Mayfield Road (at SOM Center)……….............................…..440-312-4600

 ·      MEDICAL EMERGENCY Ahuja Medical Center, 3999 Richmond Rd ……....................................................…..216-593-5500

·         URGENT CARE University Hospital, 3909 Orange Place (near I-271)……………...…………...............................…216-896-1800
       Monday – Friday   9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. ● Saturday / Sunday   9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

       Holidays 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

·         PERSONAL PROBLEMS United Way First Call For Help………………………...............................................…...……..211 or 216-436-2000

        www.211CLEVELAND.ORG

·         POISON Center – 2074 Abington Road, Cleveland ● 24-Hour Hotline, 7 Days/Week.....….........................…....1-800-222-1222

·         SUICIDE Prevention – 24-Hour Hotline, 7 Days/Week………………..………..............................…………….............800-273-TALK (8255) 


NON-EMERGENCY SERVICES

 CITY HALL  216-831-8500  
 POLICE DEPARTMENT  216-831-1424  
 FIRE DEPARTMENT  216-831-8500   216-896-6137
 SERVICE DEPARTMENT  216-831-8500  216-896-6149


POD (Point of Dispensing) – POD provides assistance to health forces through the distribution of medications in case of a wide-spread health emergency.  The Cuyahoga County Board of Health coordinates volunteers (18 years or older) from eight neighboring communities including Pepper Pike.  The emergency dispensing site is Orange High School on the Orange School campus.  To volunteer contact Rob Feller (216-896-6137).

RED CROSS – Pepper Pike provides a free eight-hour training course covering CPR, AED,  in-home safety, and first aid.  Applicants must be residents and over 15 years of age.  Contact Lt. John Majeski at the Fire Department (216-896-6137).

CODE RED – Automatically notifies residents in case of emergency including severe weather, water main break, power outages, chemical spills, or other serious events.  Sign up for Code Red on the City Website. www.pepperpike.org

 
P.O. Box 24808 ● Pepper Pike, OH  44124
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