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South Euclid was recently named one of the “Top 10 Communities in Greater Cleveland” by the real estate professionals at Keller Williams.

South Euclid Ranks as the 2nd Most Livable Community in Greater Cleveland
Greg Donley of the Heights Observer recently completed the Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Livability Ratings Report, a prototype study ranking 18 communities across the region on such factors as walkability, culture access, public school effectiveness, higher education access, commuting/transportation options, park and countryside access, median cost of home ownership, and more. Overall, South Euclid was rated as the #2 most livable neighborhood of the 18 communities studied. The 18 communities studied represent a cross-section of all the different types of places in which residents of Northeast Ohio choose to live, ranging from neighborhoods in Cleveland to the exhurbs. Please Click Here to view the full report.

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The South Euclid Storefront Art Initiative

Ohio Treasurer’s Office offers ECO-Link Program providing low-interest loans to homeowners who make energy efficiency improvements and investments in renewable energy, Click Here for Flyer.

Public Hearing on Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives – Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 – City Hall Community Rm.
South Euclid Making Itself into a “College Town for All Ages”

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Click on the Playground of Possibilities Link above for information on  our on-line store and to donate on-line to this worthy cause.
*The Playground of Possibilities is now open to all, come and enjoy the final product of all your hard work*

Grants for Community Groups:

The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund of The Cleveland Foundation, which was created by The Legacy Village Partners LLC to support philanthropic and other charitable purposes in Lyndhurst, its contiguous communities and the South Euclid – Lyndhurst public schools, is currently preparing to distribute its first grants, with plans to make awards before year end.

The Fund will award multiple grants ranging from $250 to $5,000. Grants will be awarded for charitable projects that support Lyndhurst and its neighboring communities and/or the South Euclid – Lyndhurstpublic schools. Tax-exempt organizations and governmental agencies are eligible to receive grants from the Fund. However, it cannot make grants to individuals or religious organizations for religious purposes.

Grant applications are available in a number of locations in both South Euclid and Lyndhurst, including:

The Cuyahoga County Public Library South of Euclid
Lyndhurst branch, 4645 Mayfield Road, South Euclid.

The City of Lyndhurst Website
Click here or on the thumbnail image to the right.

Lyndhurst City Hall
5301 Mayfield Road

Lyndhurst Community Center
1341 Parkview Road

The City of South Euclid Web Site

South Euclid City Hall
1349 S. Green Road, and Community Center, 1370 Victory Drive

South Euclid Community Center
1370 Victory Drive

The South Euclid / Lyndhurst Board of Education Web Site

South Euclid / Lyndhurst Board of Education Administration Building
5044 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst

A committee of community representatives will be responsible for making grant decisions. Members are:

  Ron Minor, Chair
  Maryella Rohwer
  Ann Eland, Secretary
  Terri Eason
  Richard Clark
  Kevin Harrell
  Brenda Pryor

For additional information, please call (216) 691-2291.

About the Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund
The Legacy Village Lyndhurst Community Fund was created in 2003 to primarily support philanthropic and other charitable purposes in Lyndhurst, Ohio, its contiguous communities and The South Euclid -Lyndhurst public schools.

About The Cleveland Foundation
The Cleveland Foundation is a public charity dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Greater Cleveland. It is the oldest and second-largest community foundation in the nation. Its establishment in 1914 is cited as one of 10 events that most heavily influenced the development of the nonprofit sector in the 20th century and it continues to be a leader in its field. The Foundation has assets of approximately $1.4 billion and in 2003 awarded more than $70 million in grants and low-cost loans to Cleveland area nonprofit organizations. Since its inception, it has provided more than $900 million to nonprofit organizations and causes.

The Cleveland Foundation is made up of more than 800 funds created by individuals, families, organizations, and corporations. It offers donors of all means the opportunity to have a lasting impact on their community while maximizing income, gift and estate tax benefits.

For more information about the organization, visit

All grant applications are due by March 31st and September 30th of each year.

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