City of Cleveland Heights seeks nominations for annual homeowner awards
The City of Cleveland Heights is seeking nominations for the 2012 Community Improvement, Tender Loving Care and Historic Preservation awards. Residents may nominate friends, neighbors or themselves by Sept. 28.
Every year, the city recognizes homeowners who have made improvements to their properties that are visible from the street, and improve the perceived property values of the city’s neighborhoods, through its Community Improvement Awards. Improvements may include restoration, renovation, additions, outdoor furniture and sitting areas, lighting, new construction, signage or painting.
The city recognizes residents who have excellently maintained their homes over the years with its Tender Loving Care Awards.
The city’s Landmark Commission bestows Historic Preservation Awards on homeowners who have recently made exterior or interior improvements that are in keeping with their home’s historic character, including preservation, restoration, rehabilitation, adaptive use, landscape restoration or sympathetic additions.
Nomination forms for all three awards are available on the city’s website, www.clevelandheights.com.
Nominations for the Community Improvement and Tender Loving Care awards should be returned to the city’s Community Relations Department at City Hall. For more information, call 216-291-2323.
Nominations for the Historic Preservation Awards should be returned to the Cleveland Heights Landmark Commission at City Hall. For more information, call 216-291-4885.
Deanna Bremer Fisher
Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.