City Hall Offices will be re-open beginning June 15th, limited access still in place.

Building Department Info. Permit Applications available online or in City Hall Foyer  (https://www.cityofwickliffe.com/government/building-department/ or call to have an application mailed to you) Completed Applications can be left in the drop box in the City Hall Foyer  (Checks made payable to City of Wickliffe should accompany application.  No cash, please.  Call to use Credit Card.) Building […]

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Evening Monitor Needed at Wickliffe Community Center

The City of Wickliffe is looking for a reliable, friendly, trustworthy candidate for the Evening Monitor position at the Wickliffe Community Center located at 900 Worden Road. This position is part time, but year round – Monday through Thursday evenings from 5PM-9PM.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to greeting and “checking-in” all who attend […]

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NEW Federal Unemployment Program!

Beginning today, Ohioans who are unemployed as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic but who DO NOT qualify for regular unemployment benefits can begin pre-registering for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), a new federal program that covers many more categories of workers.  The pre-registration tool will allow individuals to get in line early and pre-register their account, […]

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Wickliffe City Special Council Meeting via Zoom

Topic: Wickliffe City Special Council  Meeting Time: Jun 29, 2020 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89780148430?pwd=SDRwT2pPU1hTSFRaM295N0xMeFdOQT09 Meeting ID: 897 8014 8430 Password: 693557 Meeting Agenda may be found on BoardDocs: http://go.boarddocs.com/oh/wickliffe/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BQQPGD64882A Note: We ask that any audience member please mute your phones until audience participation is extended.  It is recommended to […]

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Lake County Commissioners and the Small Business Administration offering to help businesses through shutdowns.

The Federal CARE Act has proved a provision for counties to receive extra funds within their Community Block Grant Program, above their normal allocation.  Lake County Commissioners determined that the best use of these additional funds is to support small businesses by offering two funding programs, one being a micro-business (5 or less employees) grant […]

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