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Maple Heights Mayors Court Announces Fresh Start Program

The Mayor’s Court of Maple Heights has announced that it is offering a “Fresh Start Program”. This program will allow drivers to clear any forfeitures and/or blocks issued by the Maple Heights Mayor’s Court without being arrested, posting bond, or incurring additional costs.  The program will be on Tuesday afternoons:  September 29, October 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th, 2015. 

Any person who has delinquent fines and costs may appear in good, faith without arrest, and pay the balance in full with no additional court costs.

Any person, who cannot pay fines and costs in full, may call to schedule a court date. [They] may request additional time to pay, and receive an immediate release of any license forfeiture or warrant block with a minimum payment of $150.00.

Any person with an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on pending charges may call for a hearing date to finalize the case without posting bond or being arrested.

Contact Ms. Williams at the Maple Heights Mayors Court by calling 216-587-9006. The Maple Heights Mayor’s Court is located on the second floor of City Hall at 5353 Lee Road, Maple Heights, OH 44137.

See the Press Release.


2 Responses to Maple Heights Mayors Court Announces Fresh Start Program

  1. Melody September 28, 2015 at 10:17 pm #

    What about things they can do in maple heights? There is no swimming, no basketball, no up to date swings for our younger children. My son is scared to come outside due to the violence snd no activities at the park. You build new schools and maple is still 2 years behind. What will be done as a parent with younger children?

    • Lynde Brownlee October 2, 2015 at 8:28 pm #

      Bedford’s recreation department has some affordable recreation options that are very affordable for non-residents. Garfield has a wider variety, but it costs much more if you are a nonresident. The Maple Heights Library offers a lot of programs as well.

      I think the best way to see things change is to get involved. Children are the future of our community and we need to find ways to have programs for them through partnerships with other communities, colleges (interns) and Maple Schools,and sponsorship by local business. It’s terrible that he is afraid to play outside- I only let my kids play in our fenced back yard.

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