Introducing the Euclid CommUNITY Relations Task Force
The Euclid CommUNITY Relations Task Force is a diverse group of volunteer residents who are passionate about Euclid, and committed to supporting and advocating for all residents and neighborhoods in the city of Euclid.
We are your neighbors. We understand that all residents of Euclid want to be heard, to be proud of our city, to experience fairness and mutual respect, and to peacefully enjoy all that Euclid has to offer. We are committed to listening to you, and to supporting open communication.
Our commitment is to:
- Listen to and understand the goals, concerns, and challenges of all residents in the city of Euclid
- Foster and promote – through meaningful dialogue and positive action – mutual trust, understanding, respect, and cooperation among residents, and between residents and city administration
- Affirm the commitment of the city of Euclid and the community at large to the fair and equal treatment of all persons
We’re planning an event in August to celebrate Euclid by bringing together residents, city officials and other business and community stakeholders. Watch for announcements confirming the date and location. We also want to know about neighborhood events, block parties, and other opportunities to spend time with you and your neighbors, in order to understand your concerns, and to support your goals and hopes for our community.
Residents are encouraged to reach out to the CommUNITY Relations Task Force – by email temporarily to Kristal Grida at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 216-289-8268.
We look forward to talking with you, and we thank you for your positive involvement and support.
The purpose of the Euclid CommUNITY Relations Task Force is to promote respect, cooperation and positive interaction among Residents, and between Residents and the city’s administration. We will be a resident-driven entity that supports and implements community groups, projects, and policies that embrace inclusion, meaningful dialogue, and fairness.
Representing the Euclid CommUNITY Relations Task Force