Public Safety

Division of Police Awards Honor Officers and Citizens Throughout Cleveland

Division of Police Awards Honor Officers and Citizens Throughout Cleveland

Officers from all of the City of Cleveland Division of Police’s districts and units were honored for their outstanding valiant service at an awards ceremony held on January 17th at Cleveland City Hall. Citizens were also honored for their heroic actions. Recipients were presented with awards before a full house of friends, family and colleagues. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Division of Police Chief Calvin Williams and Public Safety Director Michael McGrath were on hand to welcome attendees and present the awards.

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City of Cleveland Reminds Residents of Strong Winter Preparedness Plan

City of Cleveland Reminds Residents of Strong Winter Preparedness Plan

City of Cleveland officials reminded residents and commuters on January 11th of the strong measures in place to combat the forecasted winter storm. A portion of the city’s snow removal fleet was on display and directors from Public Utilities, Public Works, Public Safety and Port Control provided insights  on the city’s strategic approach.

Mayor Jackson Visits First District Community Meeting

Mayor Jackson Visits First District Community Meeting

Mayor Frank G. Jackson visited the Cleveland Division of Police First District Community Meeting on Jan. 4, 2018. The tour was held at St. Ignatius of Antioch Church on Cleveland’s west side. The visit is one of several post-inauguration visits the Mayor has made to connect one-on-one with citizens throughout the City of Cleveland.

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CLE Animal Care & Control Offers Reduced Adoption Fees through December 24

CLE Animal Care & Control Offers Reduced Adoption Fees through December 24

The City of Cleveland's Division of Animal Care & Control has reduced its adoption fees for the holidays in the hopes of getting more CITY DOGS into forever homes. The $61 fee has been reduced to just $40 now through Christmas Eve, December 24th. Every CITY DOG available for adoption is vaccinated, microchipped, spayed/neutered and comes with a 2018 Cuyahoga County license.

City of Cleveland Graduates 39 EMTs and Paramedics

City of Cleveland Graduates 39 EMTs and Paramedics

The City of Cleveland’s Division of Emergency Medical Service graduated 39 new Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics. This is the second graduating EMS class that is a direct result of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s enhanced budget and the passage of Issue 32. The additional staff is part of the mayor’s commitment to enhancing the quality of life in Cleveland neighborhoods by reducing emergency response times.

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Snow Emergency Parking Ban For December 14th, 2017

Snow Emergency Parking Ban For December 14th, 2017

Michael McGrath, Director of Public Safety for the City of Cleveland, has declared a Snow Emergency Parking Ban for the city of Cleveland effective at 7:00 am on December 14, 2017. As a result, stopping, standing, and parking of vehicles will be restricted and prohibited on City streets with posted red and white signs UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Officers and Citizens Honored at Cleveland Police Second District Awards Ceremony

Officers and Citizens Honored at Cleveland Police Second District Awards Ceremony

Several Cleveland Police officers and citizens were honored for their service in the Cleveland Division of Police’s Second District. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Police Chief Calvin Williams, Cleveland City Council members Kevin Kelley and Anthony Brancatelli, and others thanked those recognized for their service to the City of Cleveland.

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