The City of Wickliffe


Wickliffe City Hall

Halloween trick-or-treat in the City of Wickliffe
will be held on Friday, October 31, from 6-8 pm.

TODAY'S LEAF ROUTE, Friday, October 24th
We will be removing leaves on streets between Alton
and Ridgewick, south of Euclid Avene.

City Council Meetings are held at 7:00 PM
on the second and fourth Mondays of the month at
Wickliffe City Hall in the Council Chambers.
October 27 (agenda)
November 10 & 24
December 8 & 22

Commission meetings are held at Wickliffe City Hall.
Civil Service Commission - October 29, 6:30 PM
Civil Service Commission - November 5, 6:30 PM
Planning Commission - November 6, 7:00 PM


Curbside leaf pickup began on Monday, October 20th.  Due to ever changing weather conditions and other unforeseen delays, there will NOT be a set pickup schedule this year.  The service department will follow pre-determined routes, and daily notices will be posted on the Wickliffe Service Department Facebook page and on the city website.  Please follow these rules to ensure the safety of motorists, service personnel and City equipment:
*Rake leaves to the tree lawn.  DO NOT place leave in the street or near a fire hydrant.  Residents without tree lawns should place leaves close to, but not in, the street or ditch.
*Branches, twigs, grass clippings and other debris must not be mixed with leaves.  This would cause damage to the leaf machines and delay leaf pickup.  The decision not to pick up leaf piles contaminated with any of the above items is at the discretion of the Service Director.
*Yard waste other than leaves should be put out for yard waste collection by Kimble on your regular collection day.  If you prefer, you may continue to bag your leaves for collection by Kimble.   

Upcoming Events

Keep Wickliffe Beautiful Awards Program -
October 29 at 7:00 PM

at Wickliffe Community-Senior Center, 900 Worden Rd. Annual awards program recognizing outstanding volunteers, businesses and programs hosted by KWB over the past year. Call Patty Fowler at 440-943-7100 to attend this free event.

Halloween trick-or-treat in the City of Wickliffe will be held on Friday, October 31, from 6-8pm.

Wednesday, DEC 10 – 6:00 PM
Meetings are held at the Wickliffe Police Department, 28730 Ridge Road.


There is an URGENT need for blood donations. To find blood drives in the area, log on to

American Red Cross Blood Drives
The Wickliffe Senior/Community Center hosts several blood drives throughout the year. There is a critical shortage, so please consider giving blood.
November 17, 12:30 - 4:30 PM
December 17, 12:30 - 5:30 PM


Current News

A thumbnail fo the header of the Wickliffe Connection

View the August 2014 issue of the Wickliffe Connection online (PDF). View pricing for Wickliffe Connection advertising here.

View the Town Hall Meeting held on October 14, 2014.

The Lake County Emergency Management Agency and Local Emergency Planning Committee have announced the “Ready Lake County” campaign to motivate residents to take action to be self-prepared for any disaster or emergency. Numerous families would not be prepared if a disaster struck today because they think they can rely on their local emergency services if they need help. In reality, first responders will assist the elderly and people with special needs before they would be able to assist the general public, leaving many individuals and families to be self-sufficient.

Being prepared can prove invaluable to your family’s safety and comfort. provides easy access to existing agencies and available resources, including advice on which resources are best for different needs.

Reporting Power Outages and Street Light Outages
First Energy's new communication tools provide customers with simple and convenient ways to get the most current information related to their electric service. Click here for information. Or go to the First Energy website at

View the latest Mayor's Corner interview online. It includes information about the City and upcoming events.

Any item that Kimble has tagged for bedbugs must be wrapped in plastic and tightly taped with duct tape.  After wrapping the item as directed, residents may then call Kimble at 800-201-0005 to schedule a pickup.  Mattresses and other upholstered furniture that are not infested will be picked up by Kimble on your usual collection day. 

Wickliffe Residents may apply for the Backflow Preventer program by completing the application and submitting it to the Wickliffe Building Department.  For more information about the program and the grant application, CLICK HERE.