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Contact the police department during regular business hours, 8 am to 4 pm at 216-486-1234 and ask for records. The records personnel will explain the procedure.
The police dispatcher does not have any information not available to the general public concerning the period of time in which power will be restored.
Although snow plow operators are required to register with the police department and obtain a snow plow permit, the police department cannot make recommendations.
The police department contracts with the City of South Euclid for the use of their Animal Warden/Humane Officer. The city will provide a service to eliminate the nuisance without cost, once every 12 months. The city will address the issue in a two prong approach; first, it will attempt to trap and dispose of the wildlife, and secondly, will educate the resident on the steps they must take to keep other critters from coming back in the future. In addition, only animal problems on the exterior of the house can be addressed.
The ordinance covering handicapped parking requires that the operator be in possession of a handicapped placard; that it must not be expired; that it must be displayed. If the placard is not displayed in a manner that the enforcement officer can see a placard, then he will assume the vehicle does not possess one. Also, if the placard is displayed but it is expired, it is also not in compliance with the city ordinance.