CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 3/23/2020
On 3/22/2020, Governor DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton issued an order requiring all Ohioans to stay in their homes to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 beginning at midnight Monday 3/23/2020 through midnight 4/6/2020.
This order prohibits holding gatherings of any size and closes all non-essential businesses. Please stay home!
It does NOT prohibit essential activities like going to the grocery store, receiving medical care, picking up meals, walking a pet, etc.
See Frequently Asked Questions for more information:
The City of Euclid, a local government, is considered an essential business and as such we will continue to provide essential services while doing what we can to limit the number of staff who report to city buildings. Where possible, employees will work from home and each department will continue to monitor the need for service and respond via phone or email. City Hall remains closed to the public, but limited staff are reporting, taking the appropriate precautions, in order to continue to serve the residents of Euclid.
All vital services including police, fire, EMS, public service, garbage and recycling collection remain available as always, unless otherwise noted.
During this difficult time, we appreciate your patience and understanding and ask that if something is not essential, please wait for service.
We have updated the City website with the best way to access services. Please check the appropriate department page, click on the Coronavirus Update link on the front page or feel free to call 216-289-2700for assistance.
The Ohio Department of Health has opened a Coronavirus (COVOD-19) public hotline, reachable 7 days a week from 9:00 a, to 8:00pm at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH or visit the website coronovirus.ohio.gov
Please remember to do your part and follow these universal precautions:
- Stay home
- Wash your hands for 20 seconds (two rounds of “Happy Birthday”)
- Maintain social distance of 6’ from others
- Cover your cough or sneeze preferably with a Kleenex or your sleeve
For more information, see the following resource:
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)