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

If you couldn't make tonight's City Council Meeting, you can view the live stream here:

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Build a Snowman contest! #BuildASnowmanGrandviewHts We would like to thank our sponsors for donating gifts for the winners. Grandview Theatre and Drafthouse Pure Imagination Chocolatier Dairy Queen on 5 th Ave Local Cantina Grandview Grind Jeni’s Ice Cream We also want to thank everyone who participated in this event. The names are based off of who emailed or posted on social media, not necessarily who built the snowman. We have broken the winners down into categories with the overall top five below. Traditional: Becca Scono and Family Traditional: Owen McKenney and Family Most Creative: Erin Hogue and Family Most Creative: Jennifer Goncz and Family Shortest: Nikki Ramming and Family Shortest: Greg Katya Hopkins and Family Best Creature: Anna Wholey Kalnow and Family Tallest: John Wagner and Family Best Family: Megan Miller and Family Scariest: Miles and Anderson Stankovich Funniest: Christy Munson and Family Top 5 5th Megan Hatta 4th Matt Jolson 3rd Jilian Raby 2nd Mike Andrako 1st Jilian Raby with the Sledding Snowman

Build a Snowman Grandview Heights thank you for participating in our community event! 16 Winners in different categories plus a top five! Thank you to our sponsors! Grandview Theatre and Drafthouse Dairy Queen on 5th Grandview Grind Local Cantina Pure Imagination Chocolatier Jeni’s Ice Cream

Just a reminder that tonight's City Council Meeting starts at 6 p.m., not 7 p.m. Full agenda here:

The eastbound closure of West Third Avenue has been delayed a week, so the detour is now scheduled to begin on Monday, January 22.

When you build your snowpeople this weekend, share them with us with #BuildASnowmanGrandviewHts and enter to win!

Here's a note from Superintendent Culp regarding the weather in case you missed it this morning. "Dear Students, Staff, and Community, Due to impending inclement weather, Grandview Heights Schools is cancelling ALL after school, athletic, and non athletic activities and events for Friday, January 12, 2018. Kids’ Club will remain open, but is asking that parents make an effort to pick their children up early due to the impending weather and corresponding safety of road conditions. As a precautionary measure, we will be releasing our high school students at 2:30 p.m. so that our high school drivers will be able to get home early without competing with school traffic and before the roads become slick. We will make a decision regarding Saturday, January 13, athletic games, practices, and other activities by 9 a.m. on Saturday morning and we will follow up with another email notification. Any parent who wishes to pick their son or daughter up early from school, because of the impending weather, is welcome to do so by signing their son or daughter out in the office. Reminder - There is no school scheduled for Monday, January 15, 2018, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Have a safe and happy long weekend. Sincerely, Andy Culp, Superintendent"

There will be a City of Grandview Heights Special Council meeting on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, 1016 Grandview Avenue. *Call to Order/ Pledge of Allegiance *Roll Call *Old Business: 1. Ord. 2018-04: An Ordinance approving the retention of a parking management firm, authorizing the creation of the Grandview Yard Parking Fund, and approving the transfer of appropriations during fiscal year ending December 31, 2018. Pending Second Reading. Assigned to Planning & Administration 1/2/2018 *New Business: 1. Ord. 2018-05: An Ordinance approving the editing and inclusion of certain ordinances as part of the various component codes of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Grandview Heights. 2. Ord. 2018-06: An Ordinance to amend Chapter 183 of the City of Grandview Heights’ Codified Ordinances and declaring an emergency. *Other Business: 1. Strategic planning session - Greg Dale, facilitator *Adjournment Greta Kearns Greta Kearns, President Grandview Heights City Council AGENDA NOT SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

Here's the latest update on the eastbound Third Avenue detour, which will begin Monday, January 18, at Northwest Boulevard.

Build a snowman, enter to win! Build your snowman, take a picture, and you can enter to win three ways: 1. Post your snowman photo on social media with #BuildASnowmanGrandviewHts 2. Email your photo to 3. Bring a copy of your photo to the Grandview Center, 1515 Goodale Blvd. Entries must be in by Tuesday, January 16 at 10 a.m., Mayor DeGraw will announce the winners on Facebook Live January 16 at 4 p.m. See attached for additional rules and information. Good luck!

Friendly reminder: On snowy days, please remember to keep your sidewalks free of snow and ice.

Learn about the Lost Restaurants of Central Ohio & Columbus tonight at Grandview Heights Public Library. Authors Christine Hayes and Doug Motz share fascinating tales from their latest "Lost Restaurants" book.

Beginning Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, eastbound Third Avenue will be detoured at Northwest Boulevard, except for local business traffic. The detour is expected to be in place for the rest of the year because of railroad bridge construction nearby.

It's a busy day at Wyman Woods! Stay safe and warm on this snowy Monday.

In this cold weather, remember to keep warm, protect & cover to avoid frostbite and hypothermia.

An updated Grandview Heights Community Plan will be a focus for 2018. The last community plan was adopted in 1997.

Tonight new councilmember Melanie Houston and returning councilmembers Greta Kearns, Anthony Panzera and Chris Smith all took oaths of office. Councilmember Kearns was named president and Councilmember Smith was named vice president. Congratulations!

Shelter house reservations begin today for residents. Learn more: