A Stay at Home order was issued by the Director of the Ohio Department of Health on Sunday March 22nd. This order takes effect at midnight on March 23rd through April 6, 2020. This order was made to prevent the spread of contagious COVID-19 in the state of Ohio.
Exercise such as walking, hiking, running or biking in public parks and outdoor recreation areas is permitted if complying with Social Distancing Requirements (maintaining 6 feet between individuals). However, public playgrounds may spread the virus and are closed under this order. Accordingly the following areas are closed. Playgrounds in Reese and Bradley Road Parks, Play in Bay and the bike and skate park in Cahoon Park. Bay Village school playgrounds at Normandy, Westerly and Glenview are also closed.
Note from Our Community
We appreciate your compliance with this order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While these are unsettling times, the outreach and compassion exhibited by so many of you is a reminder that we have always been a community that truly cares about one another. Continued support of friends and neighbors remains important. Residents needing assistance may contact the Community Services Department at 440-899-3442. Our community and support will help us successfully move through this period.
Current and accurate information is provided by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Residents can watch daily updates from Governor DeWine.
Due to the State of Ohio’s Stay-at-home Executive Order, Effective Immediately, please be advised that Simple Recycling collection operations in the Cleveland market are temporarily suspended. This will remain in effect until further notice. Regular trash/recycling continues as scheduled.
If you have questions or concerns, please email me or call 440-899-3415. Lastly, we have been advised by the Ohio Attorney General to be aware of Scams related to the coronavirus.