Public Notice: Ohio’s Coastal Erosion Areas (CEA) Preliminary 2018 Update
Coastal erosion designation is a component of the Ohio Coastal Management Act, passed by the Ohio Legislature in 1988 in response to the serious hazards and substantial economic losses caused by coastal erosion. A coastal erosion area is a designated area of land adjacent to Lake Erie that is anticipated to recede or be lost to erosion in 30 years unless preventative measures are taken. The laws and rules that define the CEA program are found in Ohio Revised Code 1506 and Ohio Administrative Code 1501-6.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is updating CEAs throughout 2018. In the maps published on January 12, 2018 the City of Euclid no longer contains any public or private property with this designation although designations indicated in the 2010 maps remain until the 2018 process is complete. Property owners affected by a CEA designation will receive separate notices. A series of public meetings have been set up to explain the designation and the process of appeals. Please be aware that the final date for initial objections to a CEA designation is May 19, 2018.
The closest meeting locations to Euclid are:
Cuyahoga County - Thursday, February 1, 2018
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center
28728 Wolf Road
Bay Village, OH 44140
Lake County - Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Environmental Learning Center
7250 Alexander Road
Concord Township, OH 44077
In addition, the CEA maps are on file at the City of Euclid for public viewing. Please contact Allison Lukacsy-Love for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-289-8160
For information on CEAs, a full list of public meetings, and an interactive map please visit: