COVID-19 Resources

Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health have announced several measures intended to support the nationwide effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. These measures largely reflect directives from the Centers for Disease Control and the State of Ohio. Some state-level directives go even further than those issued at the federal level. 


Latest Updates: Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that as part of the roll out of Phase 2B and Phase 1D of the state's Covid-19 Vaccination Program, starting March 11, 2021, individuals ages 50 and older and those with Type 2 Diabetes or end-stage renal disease would be eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination. The announcement came one week after the roll out of Phase 1C and Phase 2 of the program, which expanded vaccine eligibility to individuals ages 60 and older, as well as people meeting certain occupational and medical criteria starting March 4, 2021. Find more details at this link.

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The City of Westlake has taken great care to adjust its operations to align with guidance on best practices as recommended by state, county and federal health professionals. The city is constantly evaluating those measures and whether more needs to be done to protect the safety and well-being of our community.


To help our residents and business owners, we have compiled a list of resources available to people in need of assistance during this difficult time.


These resources include messages detailing the city’s actions pertaining to the containment effort and links to information about available through various public and private organizations. Additionally, you'll find information about tax relief for businesses, low income loans and suspended insurance payment plans.

The City has been in touch with officials with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health about its efforts to distribute vaccines for Covid-19. The City has informed the County that it will make facilities available for vaccine distribution as determined appropriate by public health officials. We will continue to update this page with more information and links as new details become available: