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Statement from Mayor George on the Peaceful Demonstration in Lakewood

George Floyd’s death was tragic, senseless, and has left our nation heartbroken. Like too many before him, Mr. Floyd’s story is a painful reminder of
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Statement from Mayor George Regarding Potential Protests in Lakewood

The City of Lakewood was made aware of a peaceful protest planned for today, starting at the City of Cleveland First Police District and ending
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Statement on Public Safety from Mayor George

The protests across the United States over the weekend turned violent in many areas. As we monitored those developments over the course of last week,
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H2O To Offer Remote Summer Service Experience

H2O has opened registration for H2O’s Summer Service Experience, a remote service-learning program. As with other years, this opportunity is open to Lakewood residents who
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Parking Meter Enforcement to Resume on Monday, June 1st

Lakewood’s metered parking enforcement moratorium (enacted on March 18 to support businesses) will be lifted on Monday, June 1st when enforcement will resume.  As more
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City Continues To Respond To COVID-19 Crisis

The City of Lakewood continues to prepare, prevent, and respond to the COVID-19 crisis. “I am committed to protecting Lakewood’s health and safety while maximizing
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Lakewood Expands Outdoor Dining Facilities

On May 7, Governor DeWine announced that restaurants may resume outdoor dining service on May 15, 2020 and indoor dining service on May 21, 2020.
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Governor DeWine Announces Ohioans Protecting Ohioans Urgent Health Advisory

Governor DeWine has announced the details of the new “Ohioans Protecting Ohioans Urgent Health Advisory” which replaces the Stay Safe Ohio order that was issued
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ODJFS & Ohio Department of Education To Provide Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT)

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is partnering with the Ohio Department of Education to provide families with children in kindergarten through twelfth grade, that
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City of Lakewood Extends Metered Parking Moratorium in Support of Reopening Businesses

Suspension of enforcement that began on March 18th will remain in place until June 1st The City of Lakewood is extending its moratorium on metered
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