Message from the Mayor

Now, more than ever, I understand the importance of community.  During this Stay at Home order we’re going through and the social distancing we’re observing together, I have missed you!  I miss seeing my family, my neighbors, co-workers, Council members, the seniors at the senior center, my friends and all of you! 

Personal interaction is what makes us human and in many ways feeds our soul.  While we physically cannot be together, it has become even more important to provide the opportunity in other ways.  I am extremely proud of the creativity and innovation by our staff as they’ve stepped up to provide some ways we can stay together:  Facebook Live Coffee with a Cop, Stay at Home Virtual Recreation Programming, home delivered / pick up meals at the senior center, service and support over the phone/ email, and of course resident led individual acts that spread cheer and help us maintain a community connection.  Take the time to make a phone call, set up a Zoom/ Skype or other in person call, write a letter, etc. let’s show each other we care!

Do you receive our City News calls or emails?  I want to make sure you are aware and signed up to receive our communications.  You can sign up for automated calls through Euclid Connect:  either call the Mayor’s Office at 216-289-2751 or log on to and click on Euclid Connect on the left side of the page.  You can sign up for calls, emails, or text messages.  We also regularly update our website with information and resources.  Staying informed helps stay connected!

Once again, I would like to thank our First Responders, City Employees, healthcare workers, and essential workers for continuing to provide service during the COVID pandemic.  I also want to thank our community for their support and generosity – the Euclid spirit shines through! 

Thank you for doing your part to stay healthy, stay home, and for taking preventative measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus.   There will continue to be changes to adapt to and sacrifices – but your health and our community’s health is worth it!  We are in this together!

Take care,

Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail   

Kirsten Holzheimer Gail

Mayor, City of Euclid

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Volume 11, Issue 5, Posted 5:48 PM, 05.07.2020