1. 2019 Rain & Garden Show

    The City of Westlake and the Westlake Watershed Group are hosting its Eighth Annual Rain and Garden Show on Saturday, April 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Market Square in Crocker Park, 239 Market Street, Westlake. The event is free and open to the public. Read on...
  2. Center Ridge & Dover Center Intersection Construction

    The Center Ridge & Dover Center Intersection Improvement Project is underway. Traffic patters will change throughout the course of the project. Please consider alternative commute routes. Read on...
  3. Learn to Save a Life! Free HeartSaver CPR/AED Training

    Westlake Fire Department is partnering with University Hospitals Community Outreach to teach CPR. Read on...
  4. Mayor's Newsletter for Mar.-Apr. 2019 Available Online

    The Mar.-Apr. 2019 issue has been mailed to residents with news and upcoming events, special features, important reminders, and more! See it now online! View current Mayor's Newsletter...
  5. 2019 Residential City Services Brochure Available Online

    The handy guide summarizes the regular rubbish and recycling, leaf and yard waste, and special collections the Service Department holds throughout the year, snow and ice safety, and the phone numbers to call for utility questions and problems.
  6. Current Recycling Guidelines

    Residents should use the information on our Recycling webpage or the county's website for details on what is accepted for recycling. recycling containers, etc. The 2019 Westlake Magazine's Resident Guide did not reflect the latest county instructions. Read on...
  7. Updated City of Westlake's GIS

    The City of Westlake's geographical information system (GIS) is a multiple layered map of properties, infrastructures, points of interest, political boundaries, public records and much more. View GIS...
  8. Winter 2019 Rec Gazette is Available Online

    Learn about programs and special events through available now through March. Read the Gazette...
  9. Survey Still Open to Comment on Cahoon Creek Watershed Management Plan

    The Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District is seeking input from the public to develop a watershed management plan for the Cahoon Creek-Porter Creek watershed. Read on...
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  6. April 13

    Easter Egg Hunt The annual Easter Egg Hunt is free and open to the public. It includes two candy scrambles: the first at 1:00 p.m. for those ages 4 through 6, and the second at 1:30 p.m. for those ages 7 through 10. The children will scramble for wrapped candy and also for special eggs redeemable for stuffed animals. For children age 3 and under, there is a non-competitive Easter egg hunt in which the child simply hunts for eggs that are redeemed for candy and prizes. There will also be live 6-foot-tall E...
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