Welcome to Willoughby Hills

CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY, MAY 27TH, 2019
IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY





Annual Paper Shredding Event
Saturday, June 8th, 2019
9AM - 12PM
Willoughby Hills City Hall

No Limit!!






BRUSH DROP OFF IS NOW OPEN AS OF THURSDAY, APRIL 25,2019

SITE WILL BE MANNED.

PERMIT IS REQUIRED AND IS AVAILABLE AT CITY HALL, 
COMMUNITY CENTER and AT THE BRUSH DROP OFF SITE
OR YOU CAN CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW


HOURS:  THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS 3PM TO 7PM
SATURDAYS 8AM TILL NOON

FOR BRUSH ONLY - NO LEAVES, GRASS, ROOTS OR STUMPS.  TREES OR BRANCHES ARE PERMITTED.  MUST BE 6" IN CALIPER OR SMALLER.

CLICK HERE FOR BRUSH DROPPING PERMIT



ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT THE CITY'S NEWLY
RE-OPENED BRUSH DROP OFF MAY BE ACCEPTED AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:


Greenvision Compost Facility
1291 E. 289th Street
Wickliffe, Ohio 44092
(440) 943-4322
Hours are M - F     7:00am to 3:30pm

or

JTO, Inc.
6011 Heisley Road
Mentor, OH  44060
(440) 352-1900
Hours:  M - F  8:00am to 5:00pm
Call for Prices
2nd Saturday of the month (until October)
is FREE DUMP DAY




CARDBOARD RECYCLING HAS MOVED TO
THE MAIN DRIVEWAY BEHIND THE FIRE STATION






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Incorporated as a Village in 1954, Willoughby Hills became a city in 1970 and the 2013 U.S. census reported our population at 9,450. Despite its growth, it is still considered one of the most picturesque communities in Northeastern Ohio, maintaining a delicate balance between country and city.  Our motto “Where the City Meets the Country” means we strive to preserve our “rural atmosphere” while still meeting the needs of a growing suburban community.

W i l l o u g h b y      H i l l s encompasses  nearly  eleven  square  miles, through which the Chagrin River has carved a scenic valley  to  the east.  The land through  that valley is  a  flood  plain, a  precious natural resource that houses a variety  of  vegetation and wildlife.  As a result, our city uniquely hosts three separate parkland  agencies  within its borders  in addition  our  own city parks.

 Chagrin River

We are particularly proud of our “Residents First” program which is based upon our commitment to promptly address the concerns of our citizens.  We work to provide excellent services and information for our residents and we welcome your questions and concerns.  If called upon, we will make your service request our “top priority.”

This website has been prepared to help answer questions you may have about our community’s resources and services and we hope you find it to be helpful.

We’re proud to call Willoughby Hills “home” and hope you are, or will, as well.


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