Grandview Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Grandview Heights Police Department
  • Address: 1016 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, 43212 OH
  • Chief: Rollin Kiser (Chief of Police)
Phone: (614)488-7901
Fax: (614)481-6200

Grandview Heights Police Department is located at 1016 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, 43212 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Rollin Kiser. The Grandview Heights Police Department phone number is (614)488-7901.

Grandview Heights Police Department News

Crews will continue to flush fire hydrants through 10/31. You may notice slightly lower water pressure as a well as a slight discoloration. Learn more:

Another successful Pumpkin Run and Tiny Tot Race are in the books! Thanks to all who joined us Saturday.

The 39th Annual Great Pumpkin Run is this morning! The Tiny Tot Race starts at 8:30 a.m., and the Pumpkin Run 5K begins at 9:00 a.m. sharp.

Thanks to everyone who came to the free craft party today at EILMS to help us prepare for tomorrow’s Pumpkin Run!

Taylor of Parks and Recreation and her group had a great trip to Lohstroh Family Farms yesterday. Thanks to all who joined us!

Heads up: We will be resurfacing walking paths at Pierce Field and the parking lot and walking paths at Buck Park on Thursday, October 19. The Buck Park lot will be unavailable for parking 10/19-10/20. Paths at both Pierce and Buck parks will be closed all day Thursday.

It's time for residential leaf collection again! As a reminder, please rake leaves to the tree lawn curb strip next to the street.

We had a great Homecoming celebration here in Grandview Heights on Friday!

Congratulations to all the runners, and thanks to all our hard-working volunteers. Another successful The Columbus Marathon is in the books!

There will be a City of Grandview Heights Special Council meeting on Monday, October 16, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, 1016 Grandview Avenue. *Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance *Roll Call *Comments from Visitors *Old Business: 1. Ord. 2017-23: An Ordinance to Authorize the Mayor to join a Coalition of Municipalities Retaining Special Counsel for Purposes of Initiating Litigation to Challenge the Constitutionality of Amendments to Chapter 718 of the Ohio Revised Code Relating to Municipal Income Tax, and Declaring it an Emergency. Pending Second Reading. Request suspension of rules and vote on legislation. *New Business: 1. Resolution No. 19-2017: A Resolution of commitment to the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s Sustainable2050 program. *Adjournment Greta Kearns Greta Kearns, Council President AGENDA NOT SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

Bring your unwanted, unneeded or expired prescription and over-the-counter pills for safe disposal on October 28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the locations listed here for the SWACO Medication Disposal Drop Off.

The Columbus Marathon is Sunday! Expect roads to be closed from roughly 9 am-1 pm as we proudly host runners around miles 21-23.

Councilwoman Emily Keeler, along with other councilmembers and Mayor DeGraw and his administration, is pleased to announce City Walk. Each month you can join a representative from the City of Grandview Heights and walk our streets to learn more about projects in our communities, have the opportunity to ask questions, and get to know your elected officials and employees. Join us the first Wednesday of every month. We will meet outside Luck Bros. at 8:30 a.m. for a 30-minute walk.

You've still got time to register for next weekend's 39th Annual Great Pumpkin Run. Learn more here:

The next meeting of the Grandview Heights Parks Advisory Board will be held on Thursday evening, October 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers of the Municipal Building at 1016 Grandview Avenue. The meeting will serve as a public meeting to review proposed design for Memorial Park.

Friendly reminder: All city offices will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day. Yard waste will be collected Tuesday, trash and recycling remain on schedule.

Our middle school golfers have had a great time this week! Check out more programs here:

A message from Superintendent Andy Culp: "Dear Parents, Students, and Families, At approximately 3:10 p.m. today the Grandview Heights Police Department recieved a phone call indicating that there was a suspicious individual in the area of Fairview Avenue and West 5th Avenue. Although, most all students were already dismissed, as a precaution we did go on lock down until approximately 3:40 p.m. I thank the Grandview Heights Police Department for their work throughout this entire situation. Sincerely, Andy Culp, Superintendent"

Thanks to the First Community Village nursing staff for administering flu shots this morning at the Grandview Center to help keep our community healthy.

Congratulations to Marta! Thank you for everything you do for our community.

We invite grades 4-8 to join us on a Pumpkin Patch Field Trip October 19! Register here:

We're excited to once again welcome The Columbus Marathon to Grandview Heights, this year on October 15. We're right around miles 21-23. Check out the map here, and expect the streets to be closed for the race from roughly 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.