Beachwood Bison Head Back to the Classroom on Wednesday

Beachwood City Schools start on Wednesday, August 16. The Class of 2030 will experience their first day as Bison kindergarteners while the Class of 2018 celebrates their last first day with Beachwood Schools.

We are thrilled for both, as well as the classes in between. Beachwood Schools are consistently given a top rating of “excellent” by the Ohio Department of Education. 

The quality of our school system contributes largely to our community’s vitality and strength. We wish students, parents, teachers and staff a great first day!


Safe Transaction Zone in Beachwood Makes for Safer Local Internet Sales

More and more people are finding online avenues to buy and sell household goods, clothing and more. Beachwood has established a Safe Transaction Zone for conducting legal online purchases located in the Beachwood Police Parking Lot, 2700 Richmond Road. This area is under constant video surveillance.

Police Chief Gary Haba reminds us: “Even at a Police Department, things can happen. It is important to always be aware of your surroundings. Using this area is safer than a random location or having the buyer go to your residence.”

For more information, call 216 464 1234.

Soak in the Last of Summer at the Family Aquatic Center

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Collect your unwanted papers
and household items for Personal Shred Day and Habitat for Humanity Drop-Off on September 24

Save the date! Personal Shred Day along with Habitat for Humanity Restore Drop-off will be held on Sunday, September 24 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Beachwood Community Center Parking Lot.
Beachwood residents may securely dispose of up to 12 blue grocery bags or 6 banker boxes. Materials will be shredded on-site for free and recycled. Please bring proof of residency.
Residents are also invited donate to Habitat for Humanity with items including furniture, appliances (stoves, dishwashers, washer/dryers),sinks, toilets, vanities, counter tops, tile, tools of all kinds, landscape materials, doors, electrical fixtures, plumbing materials, wood (6 – 8 ft.),bricks/blocks, tables/chairs, kitchen cabinets, etc. Items must be complete, clean and usable. A tax receipt is available. Pick-up arrangements can be made for larger items by calling 216.429-3631.


Beachwood is one of Greater Cleveland’s most sought after locations for families as well as businesses. Easily accessible, Beachwood offers a cooperative and focused city government, excellent schools, pleasant neighborhoods and some of the best shopping in the entire region. Approximately 12,000 residents and 2,500 businesses call Beachwood home, and more than 100,000 people come to Beachwood daily to shop, work and visit.

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