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Yes, Cleveland Heights residents can purchase a daily admission for one guest per resident. A limited amount of season passes are available for purchase by non-residents.
Yes, Cumberland Pool offers both group and private swimming lessons. Private lessons are scheduled individually at Cumberland Pool. Please refer to the aquatics section of our website for complete swimming lesson information.
Yes, Cumberland Pool is available for rental by Cleveland Heights residents. The pool can be rented on select Saturdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. during the outdoor swimming season at a cost of $350. Reservations are made online, are tentative and subject to approval.
Yes, Cumberland Pool is open July 4 from Noon to 6:00 p.m.
216-691-7390. The phone is only answered during the outdoor swimming season.
You can contact Cumberland Pool directly at 216-691-7390 or by visiting the aquatics section of our website.
The Cumberland Pool will open for the 2023 outdoor swimming season beginning Monday, June 5 through Monday, September 4 (Labor Day).
Users have the option of paying the daily admission rate or they can purchase a season pool pass for the pool season.
Cumberland Pool is for use by Cleveland Heights residents, however, a limited amount of season passes are available for purchase by non-residents.
Yes. The fees help to cover the costs of the programs. Priority is given to residents of Cleveland Heights. Fees are generally differentiated between residents and nonresidents. Please refer to the the specific class, program or league that interests you to see the specific fee.
You qualify for a membership to the Community Center if:
If you own property in Cleveland Heights, but do not live here, you do not qualify for a Community Center membership.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are currently not renting any of our rooms. If you are interested in booking a room, please call the Community Center at 216-691-7373 after the New Year for status updates on room rentals. Thank you.
Cleveland Heights residents have the priority use of our parks and facilities. Nonresidents have limited access. Residents can bring guests, but the number is limited and depends on the facility and usage. Our Community Center was built and is supported by taxes paid by residents and is primarily for use by residents. Some programs are open to the nonresidents as well, with a higher rate structure.
The taxes cover the cost of paying for the facilities and their upkeep. The fees are necessary to cover program costs (staff, materials, etc.).
The City facilities are supported by income taxes and tax levy payments by Cleveland Heights residents only. The property taxes support the school system and not the individual cities of Cleveland Heights or University Heights.
The Community Center has two ice rinks, a gym, a fitness center and indoor four-lane track Senior Activity Center, meeting rooms and rental spaces, concession stand, all purpose pathway, grass recreation area and a nearby nature trail.
Front Desk Hours
Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Saturday - 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Sunday - 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Current Fitness Center Hours
Monday - Friday - 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Other programs that utilize the Community Center as well as the time of season determine open gym times.
Both the Community Center and City Hall are closed on all legal holidays and union mandated holiday observance days, to reduce staff and utility costs. This has enabled the City, along with program and staffing cuts, to keep the facilities open as much as possible, to best serve our patrons.
To see a complete offering of programs, please browse our website. Registration for programming takes place at the Community Center or online. Some programs will allow you to register over the phone with a VISA or MasterCard if you are already in our database. Some programs may require you to register in person.
The Cleveland Heights Community Center is located at 1 Monticello Boulevard on the corner of Monticello and Mayfield Road. The Main entrance is off of Monticello Boulevard.
No, but residents can use the Dog Park at Quarry Park in South Euclid Cleveland Heights residents and their canine companions can have fun and interact with other dogs and dog lovers at the South Euclid Dog Park. Please visit the South Euclid Parks website for complete information about the South Euclid Dog Park. You will find many helpful hints (rules, what to bring, etc.) on the site. The South Euclid Dog Park is located in Quarry Park North at the corner of Monticello Boulevard and South Belvoir Boulevard in South Euclid. The park features include a 4-ft high chain link fence, double-gated entry, poop bags for waste removal, a water spigot to keep Rover hydrated during those dog days of summer, park benches, several majestic shade trees, and ample parking.
You must be a Cleveland Heights resident - no guests permitted. Subject to Park hours 6 a.m. to Dusk. Use is at your own risk - no City Staff is on Duty. Safety equipment is recommended.
Cleveland Heights has a lot to offer and an extensive list. Please refer to the list of facilities below and click on the links for more detail on each area.
Cleveland Heights residents have the priority use of our parks and facilities. Non-residents have limited access. Our outdoor parks and playgrounds are open to the general public (residents and non-residents). The facilities within the parks i.e. picnic shelter, tennis courts, basketball courts, ballfields and Multi-sports fields and the skate park require residency. Residents can bring guests, but the number is limited and depends on the facility and usage. Our Community Center was built and is supported by taxes paid by residents and is primarily for use by residents. Some programs are open to the non residents as well, with a higher rate structure. Our outdoor Cumberland Pool is open to Cleveland Heights residents only, with a limited guest policy.
Cleveland Heights residents are welcome to use South Euclid's Dog Park in their Quarry park. For more information please visit the South Euclid Fido website.
Each City is responsible for the construction, maintenance, and usage policies for its portion of the Park, and bears the costs thereof. The Cities are entitled to limit usage to those whose taxes fund those facilities.
The taxes cover the cost of paying for the facilities and their upkeep. The fees are necessary to cover the program costs - staff, materials, etc.
The City facilities are supported by income taxes and tax levy payments by Cleveland Heights residents only. The property taxes support the school system and not the individual Cities of Cleveland Heights or University Heights.
Other programs that utilize the Community Center as well as the time of season determine open gym times.
To see a complete offering of programs, please browse our website. Registration for programming takes place at the Community Center or online. Some programs will allow you to register over the phone with a VISA or MasterCard if you are already in our database. Some programs will require you to register in person. Proof of residency is required to qualify for the resident rate.
We're glad you asked! Cleveland Heights has a lot to offer and an extensive list. Please check below and click on the links for more detail on each area.
The Cleveland Heights Community Center is located at 1 Monticello Boulevard at the corner of Monticello Boulevard and Mayfield Road. The Community Center is home to 2 ice rinks, 2 basketball courts, fitness center, indoor 4-lane track and the Cleveland Heights Senior Activity Center.
Online registration is available by clicking the following link: https://clvhts.activityreg.com/clientpage_t2.wcs
Yes, non-residents pay a slightly higher rate.
Yes. we love donations as long as the equipment is safe and not too large. We need to be able to store the equipment. The gently used equipment and toys get a lot of love in our program.
Instructors are paid separately.
Pre-registration is required for all classes. For a class to be held, a minimum number of participants must be met, so we can cover the cost of the instructor. We ask people to register at least one week prior to the class start date, so we know what our numbers are. The numbers help the instructor structure their classes. If we do not meet our minimum requirement the class can be cancelled, that is why we do not recommend waiting until the day or night of the class start date.
We offer a variety of recreational fitness based programming. Some examples include: Aerobics, Ballet, Martial Arts, Pilates, Tai Chi and Yoga, to name a few.
There are two social workers on the Office on Aging staff. These qualified individuals are available to talk with you (via the phone or in person). They have information on assisted living facilities, nursing homes, life safety systems, Meals on Wheels, and activities, just to name a few. Call 216-691-7379 or email Dynesha Stover-McDonald, Supervisor.
Health services include annual flu shots, blood pressure checks, health information and screenings to Cleveland Heights seniors age 60 and over. Health screenings and lectures held at the Senior Center, can include anything from bone density scans to fall prevention talks. Call 216-691-7379 or email Dynesha Stover-McDonald, Supervisor for dates and times of these services.
The Office on Aging newsletter, News for Senior Adults, is distributed monthly. Senior Activity Center classes and Office on Aging programs are highlighted, as well as other important information pertaining to the senior community. See the latest copy (PDF).
The Office on Aging provides van transportation to Cleveland Heights senior residents 60 and over who are not eligible for RTA's ADA paratransit service. Cleveland Heights seniors can be driven to medical appointments, shops, the Senior Activity Center, banks and other errands within the set boundaries. Call 216-691-7194 or email Anne Griffith for more information.
Opened in 2002, the Senior Activity Center - housed in the Cleveland Heights Community Center at 1 Monticello Boulevard - offers a variety of classes, discussion groups, clubs and programming for seniors 60 and over. Activities range from the arts, dance, book discussions, lectures and wellness programs - including yoga, strength training, tai chi, and Pilates - are among the most popular classes. Call 216-691-7377 for additional information or refer to the monthly newsletter, News for Senior Adults.
Meals on Wheels of Cleveland Heights, Inc. - in conjunction with the Office on Aging - provides meals to residents unable to cook for themselves, including a hot lunch and cold supper. Information on a variety of other community resources is available through the Office on Aging. Call 216-691-7698 or email Anne Griffith for information. Volunteer opportunities are available for adults to serve as Meals on Wheels drivers and packers. Email Marlene Perez, Meals on Wheels Volunteer Coordinator..
Information on alternate housing arrangements - nursing homes, assisted living, group homes, home sharing and subsidized apartments - can be obtained through the Office on Aging. Call 216-691-7379 for information, or email Dynesha Stover-McDonald, Supervisor.