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Coronavirus COVID19 Information
COVID - 19 Emergency Assistance Voucher
Emergency assistance is temporarily available for families affected by COVID-19 through the PRC (Prevention, Retention and Contingency) program.
Eligible families must have a minor child, pregnant individual or a non-custodial parent of a minor child receiving OWF, WNAP or Medicaid.
Gross monthly income must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
School Guidelines and Public Health Advisory System
Click here For Governor DeWine's July 2, 2020 update.
Coronavirus Question Line
The Ohio Department of Health is happy to answer your questions about the Coronavirus.
Cuyahoga County residents who have lost income due to COVID-19 and need help paying rheir rent can now call
Small Business Stabilization Fund
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Businesses must have less than 20 employees.
Businesses must have less than $1M in revenue.
Avoid Coronavirus Scams
The Federal Trade Commission has prepared tips to avoid Coronavirus scams.
Avoid online offers for vaccinations.
Don't respond to potential assistance via texts.
Don't click on sources you don't know.
How to Safely Pick Up Home Deliveries
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Designate a delivery zone on your stoop or porch.
Wipe package with a disinfectant wipe before bringing inside.
Choose one location to open the box - whether inside or oustide your home.
Discard the box.
Wipe down the next layer of packaging.
Share your "staying connected" story! There are a lot of creative Euclid families and we'd like to hear from you!
How are you staying connected with fellow staff
How are you staying connected with grandchildren?
How are your kids staying connected with their friends?
How are you staying connected with family residing in facilities?
Share your story and photos at email@example.com
Take good care and stay well!
Frequently Asked Questions from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
COVID19 Information Resource List
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Access the resource list if you want to know what to do if you're sick.
Access the resource list if you're interested in the
Euclid City Hall Services Update
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Can I still renew my rental license?
CITY OF EUCLID
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Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
Are you tired of the same old meetings?
* Click here for FREE Meeting Locations! Access this list of Euclid locations for your meeting. Move around the City so your neighbors can get to know about other areas!
* Click here for a list of FREE Speakers for your neighborhood meetings! These are all experienced speakers in their area and are more than willing to come to your next meeting. If YOU have a favorite speaker that's not listed, please contact Kristal so they can be added to the list!
* Click here to access a QUICK City of Euclid Phone list to share with new residents that move into your area! This list will print in the form of a two-sided bookmark with three on each sheet. Print, cut and share with your neighbors!
Many residents contact this office and inquire about starting a group. It'd be nice to have residents talk to residents about the advantages of a neighborhood group. If you're willing to be on that contact list, call Kristal at 289-8268.
Call 289-2786 to get packets for your new neighbors!
Do you struggle with knowing what's on your members' minds? Try leading a conversation using these statements:
I wish we had _________ in Euclid.
If money were no object, I wish we could add ___________ as a service for residents.
We used to have ________ services in Euclid. I wish we could get them back!
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION AND BEACH CLUB ACTIVITIES
4th of July Picnic, Parade, Potluck and Pool Party
Provided Flags and Flower Baskets for Each Home
Block Party Cook Out
Ice Cream Social
Printed/Distributed Neighborhood Newsletters
December Lighting contest
The following "Did you know?" column is a culmination of questions I receive often!
Did you know?.....
...in Euclid, there's a requirement to register your VACANT PROPERTY? This ordinance strives to make property owners responsible for the condition of their home at all times to minimize any negative impact on the homes of the neighbors.
...you should call the Euclid Police Department non-emergency number of 731-1234 if an unregistered SOLICITOR comes to your door? The truth is that most often we've arranged for any visitors to come over so if someone knocks unexpectedly, chances may be that it is someone selling something. All solicitors in Euclid must register with the police department before walking through our neighborhoods. They will have a copy of this registration on EPD letterhead if they've been approved.
...all rental properties go through an annual inspection to make sure the property is up to code? This is in an effort to ensure all residents have a safe structure to live in.
...there are several FREE COMMUNITY MEALS offered in our city? If you're struggling, please check these locations out on the "Social Services" web page of this website. If you love someone that's struggling, pass this information on.
...it is illegal to garbage pick in Euclid? You can choose to call this in to the Euclid Police Department at 731-1234. There are probably numerous reasons why someone would go through your curbside garbage. They may be down-and-out and looking for items for themselves or to sell for a few dollars. It's important for you to know that alot can be learned about you by the garbage you toss. You can tell if someone is most likely a single senior citizen. You can tell what kind of new electronics may have just been purchased and installed. Keep each other safe and exercise caution. Consider calling EPD when you see someone cruising the tree lawns prior to garbage pick-up. Be prepared to give a vehicle description and report the direction they're travelling.
...the Euclid Lakefront Community Center offers Benefits Check-up? Contact senior programs at 289-2985 to schedule an appointment. The National Council on Aging provides this program to assist seniors with accessing benefits to help pay for medications, utilities, food and more.
...there's a daytime curfew for school-age children during the school day during the school year? Keep our children safe by contacting the Euclid Police Department at 731-1234 if you see someone breaking this curfew.
...it's illegal to park your car on the street during the hours of 2am and 6am?
In order to comply with Governor DeWine's "Stay at Home" order, there have been changes to some Community Meals.
East Shore United Methodist 261-1688
Neighborhood engagement means a commitment to create engaged families, unified neighborhoods and an interconnected Euclid community.
What would make your neighborood stronger?
What could assist you in recreating the days when neighbors knew neighbors?
Boy Scout Troop 161
Residents can come into the lobby
Euclid City Hall is currently closed to the public through Friday, 6/15/20 as per the Coronavirus COVID19 protocols.
As public servants, our services remain available however most public programs that don't comply with public spacing are temporarily suspended.
Log on to individual web pages for each department for updates.
August 22, Saturday
9am to 12 noon
John Piscitello Service Center
25200 Lakeland Blvd.
Euclid, OH 44132
Free to all Euclid Residents
No businesses please
25200 LAKELAND BLVD
TIRES MUST BE OFF THE RIMS
Help For Families
serving zip codes:
Shore Cultural Centre
THE HOMESTEAD DISCOUNT
Please click here to see what they offer so you can plan your trip in the very near future!
Are you looking for a unique location to rent for your next occassion?
Euclid Police Department
Check out the new website for the Euclid Police Department!
In addition you can SUBMIT A TIP, REPORT DRUG ACTIVITY and make a PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST!
Euclid Animal Shelter
Euclid Shore Cultural Centre
Shore Cultural Centre hours have changed temproarily due to the Coronavirus COVID19 protocol.
Mondays - Fridays 8am - 5pm
For up-to-date information, please call
The Cleveland Housing Network satellite office in City Hall is temproarily closed per the coronavirus COVID19 protocol.
-Help with Utility Bills
-Avoid Eviction or Foreclosure
-Help with Finance and Taxes
to schedule an appointment.
The Lakefront Community Center and Senior Programs are temporarily suspended at this time due to the Coronavirus COVID19 protocol.
Home delivered meals will continue for those registered. At this time, there is a waiting list for any new participants.
Click here for a copy of the latest newsletter to stay informed.
EUCLID CONNECT is a service for all Euclid residents to inform you of important information. Once you register your phone number, you'll receive a phone call from the City regarding things like emergency weather sitautions, changes to refuse pick up days and other such matters.
Click here to access Euclid Connect on the city website and get registered today. You may register your land line or a cell phone if your prefer. If you've registered before and have had a change in your contact number, make the necessary changes as well.
Due to Coronavirus COVID19 protocols that are currently in place, until further notice, Euclid City Council will not be meeting on the regularly scheduled dates and there will be no council committee meetings scheduled for at least the next 30-60 days.
We will get through this together!
Click here to access the agenda for the most current meeting of City Council
EXECUTIVE AND FINANCE
COMMUNITY ASSETS AND CITY BUILDINGS
PUBLIC SERVICES AND UTILITIES
CITY PROGRAMMING AND RECREATION
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, CITY PLANNING AND HOUSING
Each committee is chaired by a city council person and needs to hear from you! If you have an idea where Euclid can improve or have a dream that Euclid should adopt, contact your council representative or the council office at 216-289-8123.
Located at 2119 North St.