Village of Boston Heights Service Department provides maintenance of the cemetery, park, town hall, police department, fire department, all land and buildings owned by the Village, along with all road right of ways. For Cemetery maintenance, we provide ground maintenance along with opening and closing of graves. The park is maintained with mowing all grounds, preparing and seasonal maintenance of baseball and soccer fields for leagues, as well as the maintaining of playgrounds, exercise trails, the pavilion, and pool.
The Service Department consists of two full-time employees who provide ice and snow removal; basic road repair, road maintenance for debris, such as animal road kills and other such services.
Road Right of Ways
Road right of ways are maintained with mowing including highways, cleaning of ditches/culverts, trimming or removal of trees, maintaining road signage, repairing of roadway surfaces, and any other items needed to maintain right of ways.
Rubbish service is not provided by the Village but available through a private contract directly between the hauler and the residents. The Village contracts with the hauler in order to ensure the lowest possible prices for this service. In 2012, the Village began to provide leaf pickup services during the fall. Service Department employees were able to pick up leaves in addition to the branch chipping service already provided by the Village. For questions regarding your rubbish removal, you may contact KIMBLE at 330-963-5493
Boston Heights participates in another recycling program. SIMPLE RECYCLING is a program of collecting clean soft recyclables at the curb on Friday. The Village has the green bags necessary to for this program and can be picked up at the Village Hall from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM during the week.
The Service Department provides seasonal needs, such as brush chipping from April through November. Leaf pick-up is done in October and November, and snow/ice control is done during winter months. We provide support/services as needed to other departments and our community.