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Pending any new orders from the State or County Department or Board of Health, trick-or-treating will take place in Beachwood on Halloween: Saturday, October 31, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.
Mayor Horwitz has announced that he is recommending Kelly J. Stillman to serve as our next police chief. Since January 2011, Stillman has served as police chief for the City of Rocky River, where he has had a distinguished 35-year career. For more...
Amended ordinance requiring that people wear facial coverings (face masks) in Beachwood-based public indoor and outdoor areas
To help limit the spread of the coronavirus, tonight the Beachwood City Council voted to require the wearing of facial coverings (face masks) in Beachwood-based public indoor areas. The new ordinance will be online soon. The statement follows:
People can do four things to prevent the spread of coronavirus: thoroughly wash hands, practice social distancing, get tested for COVID-19, and wear a face mask. To help limit the spread of the virus, the City of Beachwood has purchased 10,000 fabric...
Information about the steps being taken by the State of Ohio and the City of Beachwood regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Please take a moment to read this clear and helpful document from the Ohio Department of Health.
Please read on for a video introduction and list of resources available for Beachwood residents & businesses.
City Park East and West are open --with stringent social distancing, please-- but public restrooms are closed
If water-damaged items in your basement have been moved to your tree lawn, please leave a voice message at the Beachwood Public Works Department with your address stated clearly & twice: 216-292-1922. Items will be collected on Monday.
Thanks to everyone in our community who has been so cooperative in practicing social distancing and staying at home per Governor DeWine’s Stay-At-Home Order...
On Sunday, March 22, WEWS News Channel 5 reported that a “Beachwood mail carrier” tested positive for COVID-19. There are several facts we can now state...
In keeping with the Stay at Home Order, Beachwood has closed Barkwood Dog Park, the playground and sport courts. All essential city services including Police, Fire & Rescue and regular and special rubbish collection will continue. Read on...
Due to Governor DeWine's Stay-At-Home order, the following Beachwood recreation locations are now closed:Barkwood Dog ParkBeachwood Playground (near the Family Aquatic Center)Beachwood Tennis Courts (near the Family Aquatic Center)
Many restaurants in Beachwood are open for carry-out; give them a call
Video and text update from Mayor Martin Horwitz
It is important to stay informed, avoid panic, and take necessary steps to keep ourselves, our families, and our community healthy and safe.
Information about the steps being taken by the City of Beachwood regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)