Coronavirus Information



COVID-19 Information

City of Strongsville

 

   
 


City Offices, Mayor's Court Open Limited Hours 

Strongsville municipal offices, 16099 Foltz Parkway, and Mayor's Court, 18688 Royalton Road, will operate with restricted hours -- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday -- until April 6.
The new hours are in response to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's stay-at-home order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. 
Police officers, firefighters and dispatchers will continue to work around the clock at full staff. In addition, the service department will work regular hours to maintain the roads and handle other necessary projects. 

Don't Flush Wipes, Paper Towels, Tissues

The City of Strongsville is asking residents to avoid flushing  sanitation wipes even if the package states they are flushable  . . . read more.




Recreation and Senior Center Closed

The Ehrnfelt Recreation Center will close at 5 p.m. March 16, 2020 and remain closed until further notice. The Senior Center will also remain closed till further notice. 
Senior Wheels transportation will be provided during the closure ONLY for medical and grocery trips. Senior meals will be provided for takeout only. 
Tickets for Breakfast with the Easter Bunny will be refunded at the front desk once the Rec Center reopens. 
 

City Takes Steps to Protect Employees, Visitors

At the mayor's direction, additional steps have been taken to maintain the safety of employees. The administration has contracted the services of a local company, MicroShield 360, to treat and protect the contact surfaces a various locations throughout the city. 

This anti-microbial, disinfectant, protective coating is effective on these treated surfaces for up to a year. This will protect against exposure to 99.9 percent of known pathogens such as the common cold, flu, strep and norovirus including he COVID-19 virus, as proven in a recent independent European lab test. The application process is colorless, odorless, environmentally friendly, EPA registered and approved by the FDA. 

Locations treated at this time are the Recreation and Senior Center, Council Chambers, police facilities, City Hall and Service Center, and the Southwest Dispatch Center. Additional locations are anticipated to be comploeted in the near future. 
 

City Offers Coronavirus Resource Guide for Businesses

The city has compiled a resource guide for businesses impacted by the coronavirus situation.
It includes links to various federal, state and local agencies that may be able to provide assistance
You can access it here.
 

Which Strongsville Restaurants are Open for Carryout?

 Ward 1 Councilman Jim Kaminski has compiled a list food locations doing pick-up and delivery orders, along with links to their website.  Click here for a comprehensive list of Strongsville locations for prepared food. 
Kaminski also made a list of grocery stores open for business during the coronavirus stay-at-home period and whether they are offering delivery or curbside pickup.
 

Ohio Department of Health has Pointers for Small Businesses

The Ohio Department of Health has issued a checklist small business owners can use to protect themselves and employees from the coronavirus. The document also has information about low-income loans for small businesses facing an uncertain future. 
You can read it here.
 

Safety Town Registration is Postponed

Registration for Safety Town, which had been scheduled for March 28 and April 1, has been postponed. The program is still expected to take place this summer, but sign-ups will not be taken on the original dates. We will announce the registration procedure soon.