Message from the Mayor

Greetings all and Happy Spring!  In this month’s issue of the Euclid Observer, you will see a new partnership between the City of Euclid and the Euclid Observer to bring you regular City of Euclid pages.  This month’s edition includes the City map showing Ward boundaries and contact information for your City officials.  We will continue to work with Council members and City staff to provide you with relevant and useful information.  Look to this page to provide news from your City Council members and other elected officials, a re-cap of Council meetings, and other important City updates and information.  I want to thank John Copic for his continued efforts to enhance communication citywide. 

I am very excited about another project springing to life that will also help Euclid shine.  Act 3, a local media production organization with strong Euclid roots, has partnered with several community organizations to produce “Euclid360” - a full-color magazine that places Euclid in the center of the regional spotlight.  Euclid360 helps tell the stories of our community with a calendar of events, reference material, citizen features and a focus on "what's next."  Euclid360 reminds us to “look around” our community for inspiration, information and illustrations of Euclid’s present and potential. Euclid360 will hit local post offices (and mailboxes) in early May – 20,000 copies will roll off the presses.  Issues will also be available at many public locations, in new resident and business welcome packets, realtor marketing, and in select commercial neighborhoods surrounding Euclid.  Watch for two issues in 2017 - Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter – as well as in a mobile-friendly website and brief videos.  I appreciate the hard work of Act 3 partners Jim O’Hare, Ron Hill, and Jaime Lombardo and the initiative and support of many community leaders, including the Chamber of Commerce, K&D, and many others.

Just in time for spring, we are also thrilled to now be an official affiliate of Keep America Beautiful!  I look forward to working with the Keep Euclid Beautiful Team to clean up and beautify our community.   I hope to see you on Saturday, May 6th for “The Big Clean” to kick off our Keep Euclid Beautiful Campaign and community clean-up efforts.  If you want to get involved, please call my office at 216-289-2751 and learn how you can help! 

Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Mayor, City of Euclid

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Volume 8, Issue 4, Posted 5:16 PM, 04.11.2017