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Comprehensive landlord training programs offered periodically at the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Building, 3450 Lee Road. The program is designed for existing and prospective Shaker two-family landlords, but it is open to all. The program encourages superior property management and maintenance, provides professional training to owner-occupant rental property owners, and helps landlords maintain a competitive edge in the marketplace.
The training is delivered by a team of professionals with expertise in the many facets of rental property ownership. Training is interactive, encouraging discussion of real-life situations and circumstances. Even experienced landlords gain valuable insights.
- Ohio Landlord-Tenant Laws and Legal Issues
- Fair Housing Laws
- The Eviction Process
- Property & Business Management
- Property Maintenance
- City Requirements, Regulations and Programs
- Marketing Strategies
Landlord training will be offered twice per year. The next training session is Saturday, July 20 from 9am-1pm. Register for this session.
Learn what impact the Criminal Activity Nuisance Ordinance has on you as a property owner. View frequently asked questions about the ordinance. Did you know that you could be charged with the cost of repeated police responses to your property? Contact the Law Department, 216-491-1445, with any additional questions.
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Don't Miss Shaker Heights Arts & Music
Festival June 22 & 23
June 14, 2013 - The fourth annual Shaker Heights Arts & Music Festival returns to Farnsleigh Road between Warrensville Center and Van Aken on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23, delivering a weekend of great food, a juried art show, musical entertainment and activities for children. Free admission. Farnsleigh Road will be closed to through traffic from Friday, June 21 through Sunday, June 23.Read more...
Be The Match® Marrow Registry Goes Over the Edge to Cure Blood Cancer
June 14, 2013 - A diagnosis of leukemia or other blood cancer turns any family's world upside down. Now residents have a unique opportunity to help these families find solid ground by rappelling 12 stories down the Tower East building in Shaker Heights.
This fundraising event asks individuals to raise $1,000 an go Over the Edge, rappelling down the building's north facade in support of Be The Match, a national nonprofit that helps blood cancer patients find a marrow donor and receive a life-saving transplant.Read more...
FirstEnergy Prepares for Summer Storms
June 12, 2013 - Forecasts of potentially damaging weather prompt FirstEnergy to provide customer service tips in the event of power outages.Read more...
Shaker Heights Landmark Commission Announces Photo Contest Winners
June 5, 2013 - The Shaker Heights Landmark Commission announces the grand prize winner and category winners of the first annual Preservation Month Photo Contest. The contest was created in honor of National Preservation Month, which is celebrated each May by preservation organizations across the country. Forty-three entries were received.
Ann Klavora, principal planner for the City says, “The Landmark Commission is pleased with the response to the inaugural Preservation Month photo contest. The wide variety of submissions captured many of the different Shaker places that people love. We are already looking forward to next year’s contest.”Read more...
Shaker Heights Landmark Commission Announces First Annual Preservation Month Photo Contest
May 3, 2013 - The Shaker Heights Landmark Commission invites you to capture what you love about Shaker Heights in the first annual Preservation Month Photo Contest. The contest was created in honor of National Preservation Month, which is celebrated each May by preservation organizations across the country.
The Landmark Commission formally recognizes the City’s historic places through the designation of landmarks and the annual Preservation Awards program. Celebrate your favorite historic places in Shaker.Read more...