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Area Organizations

Euclid Historical Society  Preserving Euclid’s local history since 1959.

Euclid Hunger Center - The mission of the Euclid Hunger Center is to alleviate hunger by providing food and support to agencies that feed the hungry.

Euclid Kiwanis

Euclid Symphony Orchestra

Euclis Pet Pals

Euclid YMCA - The YMCA of Greater Cleveland ministers to people of all ages, ethnic origins, religious affiliations, and socioeconomic levels.

Euclid Youth Hockey Association- For more information contact Lynn Yopko - President 440-567-5217 Learn about the Euclid Youth Hockey Organization. Registration is June 21st and July 17th at C. E. Orr Ice Arena or you can register online at euclidyouthhockey.com

Euclid Panthers Swim Team

First Tee, Youth Golf

Schools and Libraries

Case Western Reserve University - Case Western Reserve University offers unlimited opportunities for motivated students. Their faculty balance challenge and support to help you flourish. And their location in Cleveland's University Circle ensures that your education extends beyond the classroom.

Cuyahoga Community College- Cuyahoga Community College held its first day of classes on September 23, 1963. On that day, Tri-C opened its doors to 3,039 students, the largest first day enrollment for a community college in the nation's history. Tri-C 40 years of building futures.

Euclid City School District - "It is the vision of the Euclid City School District to be the leading first-ring school district within six years."

Euclid School Alumni Association - Here, you will find your most up to date information regarding reunions, activities, special events and offers that are geared directly to, and for the alumni of the Euclid Public Schools.

Euclid Public Library - Euclid Public Library was created in 1935 from two branch libraries located in Euclid Central and Shore High Schools.

Euclid History Museum  Experience Euclid’s local history back to 1796.

Lakeland Community College- Founded in 1967, Lakeland was the first college in Ohio founded by a vote of the people.

Western Reserve Historical Society - Come in and get acquainted with Northeastern Ohio history

Local News and Information

Euclid Chamber of Commerce - The Chamber is committed to serving area businesses and residents to advance the economic welfare of the City of Euclid, Ohio.

Ride RTA - an informative site with a simple mission-- to provide information about transit and painlessly connect you to other cool community events on our site. RTA receives about 33,000 sessions a month and about 8 million hits a year.

The Euclid Observer

The News Herald - A Local newspaper serving Northeast Ohio.

The Plain Dealer - A local newspaper.

Government

City of Cleveland Official Site

Cuyahoga County

Cuyahoga County Auditor Homestead Exemption

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections- The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Official Website.

First Suburbs Consortium - The concept of a First Suburbs Consortium was originated in Northeastern Ohio in 1997. A group of first ring suburban officials from the east and west sides of Cleveland held an historic summit to discuss our strengths, needs, and problems.

Lead Safe Cuyahoga - Free Home Repairs for residents with children under 6 years of age.

Ohio Consumers' Counsel - providing support for Ohio's public utility customers.

Ohio House of Representatives

Ohio Municipal League - The OML represents the collective interest of Ohio cities and villages before the Ohio General Assembly and the state elected and administrative offices.

State and Local Government listing

State of Ohio

Area Sites

Bike Cleveland

Canton Pro-Football Hall of Fame.

Cedar Point Amusement Park - features water rides, a dolphin and sea lion pavilion, and 11 roller coasters.

Cleveland Browns - Cleveland Browns Football.

Cleveland Cavaliers - Cleveland's National Basketball League team.

Cleveland Indians - Cleveland's American League baseball team.

Cleveland Metroparks - Cleveland's "Emerald Necklace", an open space of natural beauty and diversity.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo - showcases more than 3,300 animals that occupy 165 acres of rolling wooded land.

Cleveland Museum of Art - This world-renowned collection is rich in works ranging from ancient Egyptian to early Christian and Renaissance to Impressionist and modern masterpieces.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History - Ohio's largest and oldest natural history museum includes the Wade Gem Room, the Hall of Human Ecology, displays on prehistoric creatures and the new PLANET e interactive exhibition.

Cleveland Orchestra - Long considered one of America's great orchestras, The Cleveland Orchestra stands today among the world's most-revered symphonic ensembles.

Great Lakes Science Center - We have fun down to a science!

International Women's Air & Space Museum - Historical artifacts and memorabilia collections reserved and stored will be displayed who have made outstanding contributions in all facets of aviation and space.

NASA Glenn Research Center

Ohio Division of Travel and Tourism

Our Lady Of Lourds Shrine - The Shrine was the original "Harms Farm". Built from a piece of the stone from rock on which the Blessed Virgin stood when she appeared to Bernadette. This is an identical copy of the shrine in France,

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame - 150,000 square feet of solid rock!! Original films, interactive displays, rate artifacts and the music that defined more than a few generations.

Sculpture Center - This non-profit arts center fosters the careers of emerging sculptors through exhibitions, internships, workshops and forums.