Go Green Program


Westlake Watershed Group

Next meeting: Friday, February 24, 2017 at 7:30 A.M.
The City of Westlake is determined to assist our residents and our world by working to improve the quality of life and our environment through keeping our local waterways clean and sustainable. Should you have any questions about what the city can do for you or has already done, please contact us by email or 440-617-4145. The City’s environmental education and involvement projects are directed by our citizen’s committee, the Westlake Watershed Group. The group is made up of Westlake residents, business people and employees.
Please join us to lend a voice and a hand, at our meetings. We hold them quarterly, every December, March, June and in September at City Hall. During the meeting there is a continental breakfast provided. We’d love to have you join us!

Annual Rain and Garden Show

The City of Westlake and the Westlake Watershed Group host the Rain and Garden Show annually to provide residents and visitors with opportunities to discover products and get advice from presenters and local vendors on what all of us can do to maintain our local streams and waterways. The event includes a Kid Zone with fun activities for children.

Important to remember: All storm water flows directly into Lake Erie untreated, so it is our duty as Westlake residents to be conscious of our environment for future generations!

SAVE THE DATE: 2017 Show will be on Saturday, March 25

The City of Westlake and the Westlake Watershed Group would like to invite you to our 2017 Rain and Garden Show, at Market Square in Crocker Park, on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Watch this page for a downloadable flyer and more details as they become available!

2016 Rain and Garden Show Highlights

The City of Westlake, Department of Engineering and the Westlake Watershed Group welcomed many visitors to our fifth annual Rain & Garden Show. The public had a great time discovering eco-friendly products and acquiring advice from our knowledgeable local vendors on how to maintain and restore Westlake’s local streams and waterways by Going Green! Lois Bailey was a happy winner in the free raffle. She won the Rain Barrel with Diverter Kit.

Many kids stopped by the Kid Zone for bounce houses, face painting and animal balloons! Check out the poetry contest winners from Lee Burneson Middle School below.

2016 Go Green Poetry Contest

The City of Westlake, Department of Engineering and the Westlake Water Shed group would like to give a special thank you to Mrs. Schrembecks's, 7th Grade Language Arts Classes for participating in our "Go Green" Poetry Contest. The contest winners listed below will received free jump passes to Sky Zone! Way to go!

Poetry Contest Winners