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The City is aggressively implementing "social distancing" protocol. Specifically:
Social distancing has been recommended by public health experts as an effective way to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Such measures are designed to keep healthy individuals apart from infected ones. Limiting public gatherings is among the most effective social distancing strategies.
The City has set up a webpage where residents can access all City updates about the coronavirus, a list of closures and suspensions, and links to helpful guidance from the CDC, the Ohio Department of Health, and others.
Yes. View the latest statistics for confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio, including in Cuyahoga County at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/
Please view our summary of Ohio’s stay-at-home order.
View impacted City services.
The Shaker Heights Municipal Court is closed with certain exceptions. Please view these at the Court’s website.
The emergency COVID-19 response legislation (HB 197) passed by the Ohio Legislature on March 25 allows local governments to meet remotely with sufficient provisions for public participation (such as video or telephone communications) until December 1 or the expiration of the declaration of emergency.
The March 30 City Council meeting will be conducted “remotely” via conference call to ensure the safety of our residents and the members of our boards. Accordingly,
See the Agendas and Minutes on our website for details regarding these meetings.
Ohioans will have through April 28 to main in an absentee ballot. The only individuals who will be able to vote in person are those who require special assistance. Residents will receive a postcard with instructions on how to apply for an absentee ballot. Your ballot must be in the mail by April 27 or you drop it off at a county ballot box. Learn more at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections website.