Mark your calendars for Friday, July 9, 2021. Sheffield Lake will welcome Summer and celebrate Community Day. The Community Civic Council and city are planning a parade and fireworks that day.
The parade will step off at 7 p.m. from City Hall, 609 Harris Road. It will proceed north down Harris to Lake Road and will head east to Shoreway Shopping Center. Several food vendors will be at the shopping center from 6-11 p.m.
Fireworks begin at 10 p.m. They will be set from a barge in the lake at the Boat Launch, directly across the street from Shoreway.
A carnival is not possible this year because vendors did not secure event insurance due to COVID regulations.
Nonetheless the all city and volunteer Civic Council, including City Councilmen Steve Kovach and Rocky Radeff, have worked hard to get COVID in the rearview mirror and reinstitute an event that has been one of Sheffield Lake’s hallmark events more more than 50 years.
Sheffield Lake and Sheffield Village Police and Fire Departments will lead the parade, lights flashing and sirens blaring. Brookside High School Marching Band and Cheerleading Squad will participate as well. Kids standing along the parade route will pocket candy tossed to them by marchers.
Kovach said there is still time to register to march in the parade. Deadline to sign up is Monday, July 5.
For more information, contact Rocky Radeff at [email protected] or Steve Kovach at [email protected].
Rain date for the fireworks is Saturday, July 10.
Fifteen streets will be repaved this summer and early fall. They include:
1. Forestlawn Ave. from East Dr. to Lake Breeze
2. Devonshire West from Devonshire to end
3. Dillewood from Forestlawn south to end
4. South Dr. from Lake Breeze to West Dr.
5. Oliver from Ferndale North to Hawthorne
6. Tennyson from Lake Breeze to Howell
7. Holl from Lake Breeze to Sheffield
8. Knickerbocker from Lake Breeze to Sheffield
9. Sheffield from Ferndale South to Belle
10.Grantwood from Richelieu to Ferndale
11. Hollywood from Ivanhoe to Ferndale
12. Sunset from Ferndale South to End
13. Maplewood from Richelieu to Ferndale
14. Northwood from Irving Park Blvd. to end
15. Rowelyn from Lake Rd. to Ivanhoe
VFW Post 6868 will hold its annual Memorial Day event Monday, May 31. A brief program begins at 11 a.m. Post Commander Dennis Vollick will speak about those who gave their lives for this country. Following the program, residents are invited to join members inside the club. Food is provided. The event is free and all are welcome. The post is located at 577 Harris Road.
Due to the forecasted snowfall, garbage pickup scheduled for Tuesday February 16, 2021 will be delayed to Wednesday February 17, 2021. Questions can be directed to Republic Services @ 440-458-5191.
Due to processing issues from the USPS, utility bills continue to be delayed.
The state of Ohio will allocate $50 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund from the CARES Act to 47 Community Action Agencies to help Ohioans that have experienced economic hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each Community Action Agency will receive a portion of the funding based on their Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) CARES Act allocation.
Many Ohio families are struggling to pay their bills because of COVID-19’s impact on the economy. There are several resources available to help customers maintain or reconnect gas service.
The City of Sheffield Lake is proposing to replace two (2) culverts under Lake Road (U.S. 6). One is located west of Lafayette Boulevard and the other is located west of Elm Street. Construction will include a widened sidewalk, pavement replacement, and lawn restoration. In order for the project to be completed, new permanent right-of-way and/or easements will need to be acquired from 9 parcels, as well as temporary right-of-way from 6 parcels in the project area.
Included is a list of updates for all of our current construction projects.
Construction fo the Irving Park Boulevard Rehabilitation Project will be starting during the week of AUGUST 3rd, 2020. Project Completion is scheduled for November of 2020, weather permitting.