1. Paycheck Protection Program offering small business loans

    Businesses with fewer than 500 employees are eligible for assistance to keep employees on their payroll through the end of June through the Paycheck Protection Program. Read on...
  2. City Hall is locked but still operational

    The doors at City Hall are currently locked but the city's departments are still operational. We encourage anyone needing assistance to call 440-871-3300 and, when possible, submit inquiries, requests and business-related documents online or by email. Read on...
  3. Businesses: Our Economic Development Department is here to help

    There are many resources available to help businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic and the City of Westlake's Department of Economic Development is committed to helping business owners and individuals find out which apply to them. Read on...
  4. Leaf Humus and Wood Chip Changes

    Due to COVID-19 the City has modified the purchasing, pick-up, and delivery of leaf humus and wood chips. Please visit the Compost Site page for details. More details...
  5. How to pay Sewer & Water bills during Stay-at-Home Order

    Due to the Governor’s Stay at Home order and the growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus, the city has taken several steps to keep our residents and employees safe. Read on...
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  1. April 7

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  2. April 16

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  3. April 16

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  4. April 21

    2020 State of the City Mayor Dennis Clough will present an overview of the city's initiatives, current and future construction projects, and the overall status of the city during his 2020 State of the City address. For reservations to the 2020 Westlake State of the City address, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 440-835-8787.
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  5. April 28

    2020 State of the City (evening) Mayor Dennis Clough will give a repeat delivery of his 2020 State of the City address for the evening crowd. For reservations to the event, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 440-835-8787.
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  6. April 28

    Board of Zoning Appeals Public Hearing Questions, please contact the Clerk of Commissions. To download the agenda, click on the PDF icon below links screen. The Board of Zoning Appeals, meets as needed, to hear and decide on appeals to the zoning code.
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  7. May 7

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