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MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR REGARDING TRICK OR TREAT

Many residents have been contacting my office asking if our community is trick-or-treating this year. I received a memo this week that local health departments have been providing the State with input and recommendations that will be incorporated into a basic guidance document from the state. It is currently in draft form and being finalized. The Governor’s Office said to expect it before the end of the month.

This annual tradition is not a city event, so families have the freedom to decide whether or not they are comfortable participating. The City has always helped facilitate it by setting the day and hours and providing additional police support. This year, trick or treat will take place on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. I will update the community with additional information as it becomes available. Please don't hesitate to call my office with any questions at 440-237-5686.

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Mapleridge, Ridgedale, Parkside, and Thornton drives will be repaved as part of the 2020 Roads Program, as originally planned, and work commenced yesterday, Sept. 14, on Mapleridge and Ridgedale. Work on the latter two will begin soon, and all four are anticipated to be completed by mid-October.

 Due to the current surge in new cases of Coronavirus, Gov. Mike DeWine has issued a mandate requiring facial coverings in public areas for the entire state. The Cuyahoga County Board of Health has said serious steps are needed to slow the spread of the virus, as Cuyahoga County is currently categorized as a Level 3 threat, the second highest level.

Residents are asked to do their part by wearing a facial covering, continuing proper handwashing, social distancing, staying home when sick and staying home when awaiting COVID test results. This is critical to ensure the health and wellness of all, and to avoid business closures and shutdowns. Workplaces are strongly recommended to continue to require workers to stay home when ill, promote remote work, frequently disinfect high-touch surfaces and require facial coverings.

For more information about COVID, visit ccbh.net or view the Governor’s order at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/publicorders/Directors-Order-Facial-Coverings.pdf

 Work to preserve the historical receiving vault in the North Royalton Cemetery has begun. Residents will notice the structure being deconstructed first. It will then be examined by a structural engineer before being reassembled, using the original material wherever possible. This preservation project is funded by a State of Ohio Capital Grant in the amount of $100,000.

 

NEW: 2020 RECYCLING GUIDELINES

Click here to see the current dos and don'ts of proper recycling and trash services.

 

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