Message from the Mayor

I continue to be grateful for the many neighbors who care – and I believe that is what makes Euclid a great place to live.  Last month, I had the opportunity to attend many events that re-enforced this feeling starting with the many 4th of July parades where many street associations got together as neighbors to celebrate our country’s founding and our community.  Shore Haven celebrated 100 years as a street association with many residents, family members and former residents coming together - long history of neighborhood bonds.  The Pond and Garden Tour showcased many Euclid homes, their beautiful landscaping and abundant care for their homes and community.  As nice as their homes were, my favorite part is talking with the residents and other attendees – such a strong showing of pride for their homes and our community.

A De-Paving event was initiated by resident Roy Larick in partnership with Keep Euclid Beautiful and Friends of Euclid Creek – volunteer organizations made up of residents who regularly give their time to improve our community and make it beautiful!  At the Library Fire-Side Chat/ Ice Cream Social, I had the chance to talk with residents about what they care about – even meeting a new couple excited to be moving here from New York.  Pet Pals volunteers held a car wash to raise money for the care of animals and running the animal shelter – another great example of residents who care! 

Every day, there are many great examples of residents who care and are making our community a better place!  Congratulations to the undefeated Euclid Panther Swim Team!  Congratulations to the graduates of Safety Town!  Congratulations to the graduates of the City Hall Academy!  If you are looking for ways to get involved, volunteer in your community, and make connections with other neighbors give us a call at 216-289-2751 or check the City website – we will be happy to connect you!

I know we all care about making Euclid a safe place to live -- and a safe community depends on all of us doing our part.  I hope you will join us for National Night Out – Tuesday, August 6th from 5-8pm at E. 276 and Sidney Avenue Park.  This is a great opportunity to promote safety and strengthen police community relationships.  Please join us, we can keep our community safe if we are all working together and doing our part!

Thank you for caring and being a part of our community! 

Proud to serve you,

Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Mayor, City of Euclid

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Volume 10, Issue 8, Posted 8:51 AM, 07.30.2019