City of Willoughby COVID-19 Update

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

Zoning Code Update

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

Solicitors Permits – On Hold

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.

City Hall Closed Beginning March 18th

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

COVID-19 Update

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

COVID-19 Business Resources

The City of Willoughby along with other Lake County communities, the Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce, the Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority, and Team NEO have partnered to share with you the most up to date COVID-19 business resources and information that best protects the health and well-being of your

Inspections During Coronavirus

Beginning March 16th until further notice, the City of Willoughby will not be performing inspections in occupied residential dwellings. This includes inspections such as hot water tanks, furnaces, electrical panels, etc. Exterior inspections such as roof/siding can still be scheduled. New additions may be inspected if access can be gained without entering through the main

Trash Collection Holiday Schedule

The following are the only holidays that cause a one-day delay in trash collection: New Year’s Day Memorial Day July 4th Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day

Erie Street Waterline Replacement

The Lake County Department of Utilities has hired contractor, Trax Construction Co. to replace aging waterlines along Erie Street in downtown Willoughby. The new waterlines will result in improved service by reducing interruption from waterline breaks. This project is funded by the Lake County Department of Utilities. Project Location: The construction project will be installing a

Special Collections 2020

Lake County’s Special Collection Dates – 2020 Where: Lake County Fairgrounds – 1301 Mentor Ave, Painesville Township. NO Businesses, residents only. Enter from Mentor Ave., follow event signs. 2020 Special Collection Detailed Flyer April 25th & August 15th Electronics Collection (free) May 2nd Tire Collection (fees may apply; cash/check only May 9th & August 15th