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Call the Police Department at 216-475-4551 and ask for the Officer-in-Charge. You do not have to leave your name and number.
Please have as much information as possible including:
If there is a crime in progress, report it to 911.
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The owner of the vehicle will need to come to the Garfield Heights Police Department with proof of ownership of the vehicle, either the title or registration and identification. They will be given a tow release form which they will need to then take to A & H Towing and pay the following fees:
A & H Towing is located at:13100 Broadway AvenueGarfield Heights, OH 44125
A & H Towing can also be contacted by calling 216-587-4943.
You can pay a ticket that you do not want to contest Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm at the Garfield Heights Municipal Court in the Clerk of Court's Office on the 2nd floor.
Call 911. The person answering will ask you about the type of emergency and its location.
No, a person or person(s) that are looking to solicit within the City of Garfield Heights needs to request a license or Certificate of Registration through the Building Department, which is located at:Garfield Heights Civic Center5407 Turney RoadGarfield Heights, Ohio 44125
However, persons going door to door that are only passing out informational pamphlets do not need a permit.
The siren is activated to warn the citizens that the National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Warning in Cuyahoga County. You should proceed to the basement of your house and tune in to a local radio or television station for further information. If you do not have a basement, then you should take shelter in an interior closet.
You should avoid calling the Police or Fire Department for information about the siren.
The siren is tested on the first Saturday of the month at noon for one minute.