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ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM MAYOR GARDNER




FOR INFO AND UPDATES
ON THE 

COVID-19 VIRUS
GO TO

THE CDC WEBSITE

AT
www.cdc.gov  

AND

THE LAKE COUNTY OHIO WEBSITE (440) 350-2543

AT https://www.lcghd.org/2019-novel-coronavirus-ncov/Mayor



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6/16/2020 - Campbell Park Playground is now OPEN



5/26/2020 - Tennis Courts are now OPEN

Click Here for Tennis Court Rules



4/13/2020 - Playgrounds, Tennis Courts and Basketball Courts are CLOSED until further notice


3/23/2020 - An update from Mayor Gardner for Willoughby Hills Residents:

1. As an essential business, City Hall remains open for City business. As noted in prior posts, the primary point of contact for all departments (other than the Police Department) is the Finance Department/Mayor's Court windows located adjacent to the City Hall Lobby. They will take your package or direct you to the appropriate mailbox. The Police Department lobby remains open to residents 24/7 (entrance behind City Hall).

2. I am asking that only senior citizens or anyone who is considered vulnerable to coronavirus visit City Hall between the hours of 8:30 AM-10:00 AM in the morning and between 3:30-4:30 in the afternoon. All other residents should visit City Hall between 10:00 AM and 3:30 PM.

3. Tonight's City Council committee meetings have been canceled. The Council Meeting scheduled for Thursday is currently going forward, however, that may be changed, please check the City Home Webpage for updates between now and Thursday evening.

4. Mayor's Court will be going forward as scheduled for March 24, 2020, however, anyone having a court date can reschedule by completing a
Waiver of Time form. Please call Mayor's Court at 440-942-5050.

5. We encourage you to contact City employees by phone or email where possible. Phone numbers and email addresses are available on the City of Willoughby Hills webpage under the "Contact Us" button on the Home Page.

6. The City's playgrounds have been closed. Otherwise, the City's parks remain open, however, please remember to maintain appropriate distancing from other park users.

7. If you need to trash bags from City Hall ("yellow bags"), we ask that you call the Finance Department (440) 946-1234 and purchase them with a credit card. The City Service Department will then deliver the trash bags to a designated location outside of your home.

Finally, as suggested before, please consider taking a moment to text,
call or video chat with your neighbors, especially any senior citizens,
letting them know you are there to support them. They may be frightened
or lonely – hearing from a friend or neighbor can be a very meaningful
gesture while we are all still taking precautions and maintaining the
physical distancing necessary to help stop the spread of COVID-19.



3/13/2020 - An update from Mayor Gardner for Willoughby Hills Residents:

Mayor Gardner's Report regarding the City Plan for the Coronavirus can
be found on the audio and draft Council meeting minutes of March 12, 2020
(click here) and is updated as information is received.

Again, please refer to the recommendations of the Lake County Department
of Health at the link listed above. 

Renters hosting events at the Community Center that are mandated to be
closed
are being contacted and a refund in full will be made.  All other renters
requesting
to cancel their events for full refunds may do so by contacting the
Recreation
Department at 440-975-3540.  Please leave a message and you
will receive a call back. 


Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience during this national crisis.


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