Phone Number: 216-581-0434
The Walton Hills Service Department is currently staffed by five (5) full time and two (2) part time employees.
Full time employees include: the Street Commissioner, Assistant Street Commissioner, auto mechanic and
two skilled workers.
The Service Department's responsibilities include maintaining all Village infrastructures such as roads, bridges,
buildings, land, vehicles and equipment, sewer systems and public right of way property throughout the
seven square mile Village boundaries.
The department's personnel provide outstanding service to the residents through our curbside brush
and leaf pick up programs, 24 hour snow removal, storm and catch basin repairs, sanitary sewer
system and lift station maintenance. Event set up duties for Village administration and numerous Village
club functions, pavement repairs, landscaping and grass cutting maintenance of the public right of way and
traffic control signage upkeep throughout the Village.
The Service Department is also the lead Village agency in monitoring and implementing other services
such as; curbside rubbish and recycling removal, Senior Snowplowing and lawn care programs, holiday
displays and functions, drainage issues and are first responders to all emergency situations throughout
the Village on a
All rubbish must be out no earlier than 6:00 pm the day before and no later than 7:00 am on pick-up day. The following Holidays are observed by our rubbish hauler and pick-up will be moved back one day: New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Containers not more than 32 gallons and not weighing more than 50 pounds.
All appliances and furniture are to be put out with your regular trash. Call Kimble Company at 1-800-201-0005
and advise them you have a large item out with the trash.
Lumber, metal pipes or other loose material should be cut into lengths no longer than 4 feet.
Carpeting and padding should be cut and rolled into bundles not to exceed 4 feet in length.
NO AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES-When you purchase a new battery, the place of purchase will take your old battery.
Items to be placed in blue bags:
Aluminum, steell and metal cans.
Clear brown and green glass jars and bottles
#1 - #7 plastic containers
All glass, cans and plastic containers have to be rinsed and lids removed.
Items to be tied or placed in brown bags:
Newspapers, magazines & mail
Corrugated cardboard-cut into 2X2 sections
Chipped board (cereal boxes)
Two containers located at Village Hall, items accepte are:
Newspapers, phone books, office and school paper, magazines, brown bags, catalogs and mail.
Please have your tree trimmings set out no later than 8:00 am on Monday mornings. The Service Department will chip on Mondays. If the collection is not completed on Monday, pick-up will resume on Tuesday.
Requirements for the chipper:
- No stumps, no roots with dirt, no foreign matter, nothing larger than 8 (eight) inches in diameter. Cut “Y” shaped branches in two. No firewood, no logs less than 4 (four) feet long. Separate small from large branches and face the cut end of branches toward the road.
- Place leaves on tree lawn from October 1st through November 30th.
- Delivered free to residents, call the Village Hall at 440-232-7800 to make the necessary arrangements.