Home Repair Resource Center: Euclid Series

Residents gathered at the Lakefront Community Center in late January and early February to find out how to be their own fixer-uppers. Home Repair Resource Center (HRRC), based out of Cleveland Heights, held workshops at the Center for community members to learn how to repair drywall and plaster wall. These two successful events were the first of many repair workshops to be held here as Euclid is a partner city of HRRC. Due to this partnership, Euclid residents are able to borrow tools from HRRC's tool library located at their Noble Road site. Any member of a partner city, or anyone who has taken a workshop repair class is eligible to join the tool library for only $25 per year. This membership provides weekly rentals of tools needed for DIY jobs inside or outside your home. In addition to access to workshops and the tool library, HRRC also offers technical assistance to residents seeking to make improvements or to their home. For more information and to sign up for workshops, visit hrrc-ch.org or call (216) 381-6100. Stay tuned for future events here in Euclid!

Mary Mastalski

Community Development Manager at the City of Euclid and lifelong resident.

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Volume 9, Issue 3, Posted 11:09 AM, 03.10.2018