3.25.21 Planning Commission Meeting Note

The developer of the Browning Center has requested their project be tabled for the March 25th Planning Commission meeting. The Browning project will remain on the next scheduled PC agenda. For questions, please contact Planning Commission Secretary Vicki Grinstead at 440.953.4334 or vgrinstead@willoughbyohio.com.

Summer Job Opportunities

The City of Willoughby is currently accepting seasonal employment applications for summer help in our Parks and Recreation and Service Departments. Click here to download the application or call 440.953.4200 for more information.

2021 Construction and Road Projects

Below is a list of current and upcoming construction and road projects planned in Willoughby. Projects and estimated start/end dates are subject to change. For specific questions, please contact our Service Department 440.953.4111. ODOT Route 84 Resurfacing The resurfacing of Route 84 from is scheduled to begin April 7th. This is a two phase project,

Ward 5 Zoom Meeting Video

Councilman Dan Anderson will be hosting a Ward 5 meeting via Zoom on March 8th at 7 pm to discuss plans for the Browning Center property. The developer, Mayor Fiala and Department Directors will also be in attendance to answer questions. Click here to register. 3.24.2021 UPDATE: The developer for the Browning Project has requsted

COVID-19 Update: March 2, 2021

For the latest information about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution, please visit www.lcghd.org or call 440.350.2188. To sign up for the vaccine, click here. March 2, 2021 | COVID-19 Update: Vaccination Phase 1C & Phase 2 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  VACCINE AVAILABILITY

2020 SSO Annual Report

In accordance with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit No. 3PD00024*TD, Page 20, Section D. 2, Reporting for All SSO’s Including Those That Imminently and Substantially Endanger Human Health, b) Annual Report, The annual report of all sanitary sewer overflows and Water In Basement (WIBs) occurrences that were caused

COVID-19 Update: Feb 9, 2021

For the latest information about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution, please visit www.lcghd.org or call 440.350.2188. To sign up for the vaccine, click here. FEBRUARY 9, 2021| COVID-19 Update: K-12 Progress, Rent Assistance, Ongoing Nursing Home Vaccination Plan (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio’s response to the COVID-19

Lake County Special Collections – 2021

Lake County’s Special Collections – 2021 Where: Lake County Fairgrounds – 1301 Mentor Ave, Painesville Township. NO Businesses, residents only. Enter from Mentor Ave., follow event signs. All events are 8 am – 2 pm. Safety Requirements: All items must be in the trunk area of the vehicle or trailer when permissible. Any items located

WPD’s Operation S.C.R.A.M.

The Willoughby Police Department is proud to announce the department’s new Security Camera Registration and Mapping (S.C.R.A.M.). Operation S.C.R.A.M. provides an opportunity for residents and business owners to help officers solve crimes that may occur in our community.  In recent years, video evidence, captured by private surveillance systems, has become a valuable tool to help

Mayor’s Night “In”

Join Mayor Fiala to meet (on Zoom!), talk, and share ideas. Planned initially to be hosted in various locations throughout the city, the Mayor’s Night Out events will transition to Mayor’s Night In events via Zoom until we can meet in person. These events provide an opportunity for Willoughby residents to have an open and