Message from the Mayor

We have been celebrating some milestones around Euclid this summer– Briardale Greens celebrated its 40th Anniversary in August.  Mary Mavec Opportunity School will be celebrating its 70th Anniversary in October.  Carmella’s Pizza on E. 222nd Street will be celebrating 60 years in business in October.  Lakeshore Coffee Shop celebrated its 25th Anniversary in September.  Indian Hills Homeowners Association celebrated its 75th Anniversary in September.  Frissell Road Improvement Association celebrated 100 years as a street association in August.  Cleveland Metroparks (including Euclid Creek) is celebrating 100 years this year.  We have much to celebrate in Euclid! 

We can learn from our history – from businesses that have endured, neighborhood associations that have persevered, and community institutions that have grown stronger with time.   In addition, we also know new growth is vital to our future – and there is much new growth to celebrate as well!  We are thrilled to be able to finally announce Amazon is coming to Euclid Square Mall! After several months of hard work by many, the property has transferred and plans have been approved for a new 650,000 square foot fulfillment center that will provide more than 1,000 new jobs in Euclid.  Additionally, ground has broken for a 3rd industrial building at Bluestone Business Park.  Expansions are underway at Lincoln Electric, Keene Building and American Punch.  Our Planning and Development Department continues to meet with new business prospects and existing businesses to grow our business base!

In addition to celebrating the milestones of the long standing institutions and the new growth, it is also important to celebrate the day to day successes and good things happening everyday here in Euclid - a new neighbor moving in, a house being renovated, installing a peace pole, the football team winning, a volunteer helping someone in need, a successful Art Walk, an interesting community event, a great meal, a beautiful sunset, and the list goes on.  These everyday experiences can sometimes have the greatest impact on our community pride.

I am so proud to serve as the Mayor of Euclid and so proud to work along side you to continue the progress!

Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Mayor, City of Euclid

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Volume 8, Issue 10, Posted 3:26 PM, 10.08.2017