Directions for Remote Access to the Virtual Council Meeting on April 21, 2020 With Governor DeWine’s passage of SUB. H.B. 197, Amendment G-0351-2, for Special Council Meetings and Council Meetings while the Coronavirus threat precautions are being observed, there will be NO PUBLIC in Council Chambers during the meetings. The City of Willoughby will be
Many Willoughby restaurants are offering carryout, curbside and delivery options during this difficult time. #eatlocal when you can! Check their facebook pages below for up to date hours, menus and specials and be sure to check back for updates to the list! Arabica Coffee House Ballantine Beal’s Pickles n Pints Best Pizza & Sandwiches Chagrin
The U.S. Census is a once-in-a-decade chance to track the shifts in population across our country. The goal is to count every person once, only once, and in the right place. More than $675 billion in federal funds is distributed to communities across the country based on Census data. That data is also used by
Need a special gift or a little retail therapy? Good news…many of Willoughby’s small businesses are selling online and by phone, and offering delivery or curbside pick up! Please #shoplocal when you can! Check their Facebook pages for up to date hours, products and features. Thank you for your continued support. A Bit of Skirt
To limit exposure to their employees, Republic Services will not be hand-picking any garbage left at the curb effective March 30th. All garbage and recyclables must be placed in containers. Yellow Republic Bag Service will continue during this time. Also, the start date for yard waste collection is postponed. Thank you.
City of Willoughby/COVID-19 Update | To protect the safety of our staff and comply with Governor DeWine’s stay at home order, city employees have started alternating shifts or working from home. Employees critical to carrying out essential city services will still report to City Hall, yet City Hall remains closed to the public. Police and
The City of Willoughby’s Planning and Zoning code establishes the rules and regulations regarding the design and use of buildings, permitted uses in the various zones, development standards and regulations, zoning maps, and the development review process. Such items include parcel size, building heights, density, setbacks, parking, landscaping, fencing, and other aspects of property development
Due to the public health protocols currently in place for Coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Willoughby will not be issuing any door-to-door Solicitor Permits until further notice. Additionally, current permit holders have been notified to cease door-to-door canvassing at this time.
Effective Wednesday, March 18th, Willoughby City Hall will be closed to the public in accordance with Governor DeWine’s orders to minimize community spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our goal is to maintain quality and timely services to the best of our ability during this unprecedented public health event. In doing so, we must also provide
City of Willoughby and Coronavirus (COVID-19) As information continues to evolve concerning the Coronavirus, COVID-19, we are constantly evaluating our actions to help protect the health and safety of our community. In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, the following actions have been implemented: Facilities Willoughby City Hall is open from 8 am