1. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observance - Hours and Rubbish/Recycling Pick Up

    City offices are closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 21. It will NOT affect the rubbish and recycling routes.. Collection will be on its regular schedule. The Rec Center will be open for its regular hours. Holiday schedules and additional Info...
  2. Special 2nd January Online Auction runs until Jan. 28

    Bidding is now open in the online auction of items that are surplus, confiscated, etc.! Available items include treadmills, TV with stand and iPad Mini cover new in box. Auction website....
  3. City's Food Pantry to Benefit from Fresh Thyme Giving Bag Sales Throughout January

    The Fresh Thyme store located at 30100 Detroit Road in Westlake has chosen the City of Westlake Food Pantry as a beneficiary of the Fresh Thyme Giving Bag Program. Read on...
  4. Community Police Academy - Applications Due Feb. 15 for 2019 Session

    Learn from department personnel that have special training in patrol & traffic operations, SWAT, self defense & firearms training, crime scene processing, technological advances in law enforcement and more. Applications due by Friday, February 15. More about the academy...
  5. Free Community Emergency Response Training Starts Feb. 20

    The WestShore Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is holding a free 8-week Basic Training for 2019 open to those who live or work in Westlake ar the other communities it serves. Read on...
  6. Homesense, New Westlake Retailer is Now Hiring

    Homesense, part of the HomeGoods Family, is now hiring full-time and part-time staff for its new Westlake, Ohio retail store. Read on...
  7. Winter Display Contest Entries Due by Feb. 15

    Westlake residents are invited to enter the Rec Center's Winter Display Contest by February 15. Your holiday display could be featured on next year's Winter Rec Gazette cover! Read on...
  8. Eastern Coyote: Facts & Fiction Presentation on Feb. 19

    Cleveland Metroparks Wildlife Ecologist, Jon Cepek, presents information about coyotes. Facts about coyote ecology, behavior, human and pet interactions will be compared to fiction and human misconception. Read on...
  9. Prevent Accidental Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning

    Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created when fuels burn incompletely. According to the CDC, 430 people are killed and 500,000 go to emergency rooms each year in the U.S. as a result of CO poisoning. Read on...
  10. Mayor's Newsletter for Jan.-Feb. 2019 Available Online

    The Jan.-Feb. 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...
  11. 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.
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  1. January 29

    Board of Zoning Appeals Public Hearing The Board of Zoning Appeals meets on an as need be basis and does not meet if there are no new items before the board. To download the agenda click on the PDF icon below links the screen. Please see the Board of Zoning Appeals webpage for details regarding applying for a variance.
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