Founded in 1815, the City of Sheffield Lake boasts a population of 9,137 and is located at the northern edge of Lorain County overlooking Lake Erie. In 2015, with the mayor’s push to focus on grants, the city increased revenue for projects related to police, fire, community development, and infrastructure.
Sheffield Lake has obtained a $345,902 low-interest loan from Ohio EPA to help replace a wastewater force main sewer line. The project is designed to help keep untreated sewage out of Ohio’s waterways. Continue reading
The City will begin a pilot program this fall, expanding services to include curbside leaf pickup. Weather permitting, trucks will pick up your raked leaves at curbside from the middle of October through the middle of December. After that, leaves will need to be bagged for regularly scheduled trash pickup.
Posting for the SLCPC Halloween Decorating Contest
The Lorain County Commissioners are pleased to announce that Lorain County, in partnership with the cities of Oberlin and Sheffield Lake, have been awarded $1,062,500 in funding from the Ohio Development Services Agency Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Grant. As Partners, each community has funds designated to address home repair and rehabilitation of privately owned-owner occupied housing.
- At least 21 years of age
- High School diploma/GED
- Valid Ohio driver’s license
- Citizen of the United States
- No felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions of domestic violence
- Current Ohio Peace Officer Training OPOTC certificate
The City of Sheffield Lake is currently accepting applications for the position of Part-time Police Dispatcher.