Community Information

FOUNDED: June 14, 1918            
2010 CENSUS: 3,460
INCORPORATED: 1920                           

GOVERNMENT: Mayor and 7-member Council (non-partisan) are elected every four years. Terms are staggered. A current list of officials is enclosed. Governed by Charter and Codified Ordinances of Mayfield Village. Original Charter was enacted in 1974; took effect January 1st, 1975.

Department Directory


Residents of Mayfield Village, Mayfield Heights, Highland Heights and Gate Mills are part of the Mayfield City School District. Mayfield City Schools - Main Telephone Number: 440.995.6800.

Grades K-5 Grades K-5 &
Special Education
Center Elementary Lander Elementary
6625 Wilson Mills Road 1714 Lander Road
Mayfield Village Mayfield Heights
440.995.7400 440.995.7350
Grades K-5 & Hearing Impaired P-5 Grades K-5
Millridge Elementary Gates Mills Elementary
950 Millridge 7639 Colvin
Highland Heights Gates Mills
440.995.7250 440.995.7500
Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 & Secondary Hearing
Impaired & Vocational Education
Mayfield Middle School Mayfield High School
1123 SOM Center Rd. 6116 Wilson Mills Road
Mayfield Heights Mayfield Village
440.995.7800 440.995.6900
Cuyahoga East Vocational Educational Consortium
(CEVEC - Includes other school districts)

WILDCAT SPORT AND FITNESS / Indoor Pool and Field House

All residents of the Mayfield City School District may use the Wildcat Sport and Fitness Center located at Mayfield High School during recently-expanded hours and at a very low price. Call the front desk at 440.995.6840 for hours, cost and additional information.


The Progressive Fitness Center is also available for use by Village residents. For details, cost and additional information, contact the Recreation Dept. at 440.461.5163.


Hillcrest Hospital is located approximately 1/2 mile south of Mayfield Village at 6780 Mayfield Road in Mayfield Heights. Phone: 440.312.4500.


Churches of all denominations are located in nearby communities. The following churches are located within the boundaries of Mayfield Village:

Highland Road Baptist Church
6500 Highland Road

St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church
435 S.O.M. Center Road


Cuyahoga County Public Library
Mayfield Branch
500 SOM Center Road


Time Warner 877.772.2253
AT&T 800.288.2020

C.E.I. 800.589.3101

Cleveland Water 216.664.3130

Dominion East Ohio 216.361.2345

AT&T 800.288.2020


RTA Bus Service
Bus stops are conveniently located on Wilson Mills and S.O.M. Center Roads in Mayfield Village. For bus route information, call the RTA Answerline at 216.621.9500.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is located approximately 35 miles from Mayfield in Cleveland.


City Income Tax

2.0 % (as of July 1, 2010)

Mayfield Village residents receive a 100% tax credit (if they work in another community and pay 2.0% or more to that community, they will not owe city income tax to Mayfield Village.)

Property Tax
A current tax schedule (prepared by the Cuyahoga County Treasurer) is enclosed with this information. The information lists current rates for county, school, and local taxes.

Rubbish Removal/Curbside Recycling
The Village contracts with the Kimble Companies to provide rubbish removal and curbside pick-up of recyclables to all single-family homes and condominiums. Rubbish and recyclables are picked up once weekly. If a trash toter and recycling toter were not left at your residence, please contact the Service Department at 440.442.5506. A list of acceptable recyclable materials and information about our recycling program is included with this packet of information.

Simple Recycling
In addition, residents can recycle unwanted clothing, shoes, linens, towels, pillows, toys and household items with free curbside pickup on their regular recycling day. Call the Service Dept. at 440.442.5506 to get started and visit for more details about items accepted.

Leaf Removal/Mulch Delivery
The Mayfield Village Service Department provides a leaf pick-up program each fall. Residents must place their leaves on their tree lawns for pick-up. Each spring, after March 1, residents can call the Service Department at 440.442.5506 to be placed on the mulch delivery list. Residents can request free delivery of up to 4 yards of mulch on a first-come, first-served basis.

Heritage Home Program
Residents with homes over 50 years old have access to free advice regarding home maintenance and improvement projects. Financing with rates as low as 1.85% is also available. For more information, call 216.426.3116 or visit or call the Building Dept. at 440.461.2213

Community Partnership on Aging
Mayfield Village is a member of the Community Partnership on Aging, providing a wide variety of services to residents over the age of 60, including transportation, Meals on Wheels assessments, social workers, congregate meals, and much more. For information, call the Senior Services Office at 440.919.2332 or the Community Partnership on Aging at 216.291.3902 or

Senior Snow Removal
An optional program is available to age 65 and over and/or handicapped residents. Mayfield Village hires a contractor to plow the driveways of all residents participating in the program. The seasonal charge is partially funded by Mayfield Village.

Home Fire Safety Evaluations and Smoke Alarm Program
The Mayfield Village Fire Dept. will conduct a home fire safety evaluation upon request, free of charge to residents. In addition, photoelectric smoke alarms are available at a reduced cost with free installation by Fire Dept. personnel. Call 440.461.1208 for more information and see enclosed letter from the Fire Dept.

Code Red Safety Notifications
Residents can sign up to receive both emergency and weather notifications by calling the Police Dept. at 440.461.1234 or by visiting

Rental of Community Room
Mayfield Village residents may rent the Community Room located at 6621 Wilson Mills Road. The room is rented on a first-come, first-served basis. A rental fee and deposit are required. For additional information, contact the Civic Center at 440.461.2210.

Wiley Park
Wiley Park, located at 610 S.O.M. Center Road, has a pavilion/picnic area equipped with grills, picnic tables, and electricity. A bocce court, volleyball court, playground and indoor restrooms are located within the park. Residents may reserve the pavilion on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge. Please contact the Recreation Department at 440.461.5163.

Parkview Pool, Playground & Pavilion
Parkview Pool is located at 425 North Commons Blvd (off SOM Center Road between Highland and White Roads). See the Recreation Brochure or call the Recreation Department at 440.461.5163 for information on season dates and fees. The Pool and Pavilion are also available to residents for rental.

Mayfield Village Gazebo
Mayfield Village Residents may reserve the Gazebo for wedding ceremonies and picture-taking. Contact the Civic Center at 440.461.2210 to make reservations.

Table and Chair Rental
Mayfield Village residents may rent/borrow folding tables (max 12) and chairs (max 50) by calling the Service Department at 440.442.5506.  Tables and chairs are delivered, free of charge, to residents’ homes and picked up after the event.  Call ahead to make your reservations and for more information.

Community Newsletter (Voice of the Village)
The Voice of the Village is published quarterly and mailed to all residences and businesses in Mayfield Village. The newsletter includes articles from Village officials and organizations.

Parks and Recreation Brochure
The Parks and Recreation Department publishes a brochure two times a year which is mailed to all residents and businesses in Mayfield Village and Gates Mills.

The Grove Amphitheatre
The Grove Amphitheatre is located next to Parkview Pool at 425 North Commons Blvd. Each summer, the Village hosts a variety of performances that are free and open to the public at this beautiful outdoor venue.

Summer Concerts at the Gazebo
Approximately 4-6 free concerts are scheduled at the Gazebo during the summer months. A variety of music is offered. A schedule is available in the Spring.

Special Events
A variety of special events are offered each year such as a Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast, Cruise Night, July 4th Fireworks, Youth Easter and Halloween parties, holiday Tree and Menorah Lightings, and an annual Singing Angels Concert.

Miscellaneous Information

Notary Public
A Notary Public is located in the Administration offices. With proper identification, this service is offered free of charge to residents.

Voter Registration
Register to vote at the Civic Center in the Administration offices.