Government Charter - Mayor and Council - 9 Council Members (1 President, 8 Ward)
Settled in 1796. Township 1809. Village 1903. Incorporated as a City in 1930.
Population 2010 U.S. Census: 48,920
Area 10.3 square miles (6,592 acres)
Dwelling Units 26,235 total units  from Housing Dept. Annual Report (2008)
Industry Manufacturing base includes 150 companies producing machinery, aerospace components, automotive parts, electrical components, welding equipment, and machined parts.
Newspapers  2 dailies (News-Herald, Plain Dealer)
Railroads 2 freight (CSX, Norfolk & Southern)
Bus Lines Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
Highways U.S. Routes 6 (Chardon Road) and 20 (Euclid Avenue); State Routes 2 (Lakeland Freeway), 175 (Richmond Road), 283 (Lake Shore Boulevard); Interstate 90 (Lakeland Freeway), providing access to Interstates 71, 77, and 271.
Hospitals Euclid Hospital (Cleveland Clinic Health System)
Education Euclid City Schools  includes 1 High School, 2 Middle Schools, and 6 Elementary Schools,  3 Parochial Grade Schools. and 4 Charter Schools.
Libraries Recognized in the most recent Hennen American Public Libraries Ranking as the third best library in the nation, for cities of comparable size. 
Recreation Facilities Memorial Park: 55 acres featuring lighted sports area (sand volleyball, baseball, soccer, tennis courts); park also includes picnic area,  playground, pool, and enclosed ice arena.
Playgrounds/Recreation: 254 total recreation acres. Includes 18 playgrounds, 31 tennis courts (10 lighted), 9 basketball courts, 19 ball diamonds (6 lighted), 7 soccer fields.
Swimming Pools:
   1 outdoor deep water-Memorial Park
   (75' x 150')
   4 neighborhood shallow water (35' x 80')
   1 children's interactive
Golf Course: 18 hole regulation course on 126 acres; 6,274 yards, par 70; 39 sand traps, 6 lakes, 2 practice greens, 1 lighted driving range; gas carts; Pro Shop, snack bar and pavilion; full service lounge
Lakefront Parks: Sims Park: 33.5 acres with 800' beachfront, playground, picnic area, amphitheater and disc golf. Clubhouse Park: 17.5 acres.
Cleveland Metroparks: Euclid Creek Reservation: 233 acres.
Senior Center Lakefront Community Center, 1 Bliss Lane, serving congregate lunches 5 days a week, home delivered meals to the homebound. Services provided: transportation, chore, homemaker, social worker evaluation. Activities and trips. Monthly newsletter provided.
Infrastructure 143.065 miles of streets; 3.06 miles of interstate freeways (Interstate Route 90), 1.65 miles south spur; 262.38 miles of sewers; 139.65 miles of water mains.
Fire Stations 3 stations.
Police Stations 1 station and 1 mini-stations.
Public Meetings City Council meets 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, 7:00 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Commission meets 3rd Tuesday of each month
Civil Service Commission meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month
Recreation Commission meets 4th Tuesday of each month
Architectural Review Board meets 4th Thursday of each month