The City of Beachwood Public Works Department is responsible for:
As of noon on May 22, 2018, the City has run out of the free mulch provided to the residents of Beachwood. We do however, expect to have more available in June. Watch for updates on the website and social media.
Join us for a Rain Barrel Painting Party!
The City of Beachwood in partnership with The Friends of Euclid Creek and The Collinwood Rain Barrel Project are sponsoring a Rain Barrel Painting workshop June 1st and 2nd for adults and families. For the price of $60.00 (the cost of the rain barrel alone), anyone can attend a two-day painting workshop conducted by the Collinwood Rain Barrel Project and Friends of Euclid Creek at the Beachwood Public Works Department. Food and live music are included.
For more information and to sign up please see:
Beginning Friday, April 13th, 2018, a City representative will be attaching an informational sticker to the lid of your recycling cart. The sticker highlights the recent changes in the City's recycling program. Please refer to the sticker for program changes.
If you have any further questions regarding the recycling changes, consult the Recycling Page in the City's website or contact the Service Department for more detailed information.