2023 National Night Out

Join Euclid Police on August 1st at Harmony Park from 4-7 p.m. Free hot dogs, chips and water served for dinner. Many organizations participating offering free resources and activities. Call the EPD Community Policing Unit at 216-289-8449 if you’d like to be a vendor at this event to showcase what you provide to the community.

Keep Euclid Skies Safe

The Fourth of July, our country’s Independence Day, is a day of celebration and a time when families and friends gather together to enjoy barbecues, parades, and fireworks displays. However, the use of fireworks and gunfire before, during and after this day can pose serious dangers to individuals and communities. Fireworks are a traditional part of Independence Day celebrations, but … Read More

Motorcycle Awareness Month

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month! Be aware that warm weather is when cyclists are out on the roads. Motorcyclists should practice safe riding too.

Night Parking Violation

There is no parking on the streets of Euclid between 2- 6 a.m. Parking overnight on the street is violation number 351.12 and if a Euclid Police Officer observes your vehicle in the street between 2-6 a.m. you will receive a parking citation. Many signs are posted throughout Euclid on main streets to alert drivers- but signs are NOT displayed … Read More

Sidewalk Safety

Join EPD on Oct. 6 4-6 p.m. at Mama Catena’s 711 Babbitt Road. October is National Crime Prevention Month.

Sidewalk Safety

Come to Classic Custard across from Shoreview Elementary School on August 25, 2022 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. to meet police officers and learn how to be a safe pedestrian!

City-Wide Block Watch

Join Euclid Community Policing for a block watch and safety meeting on Wednesday, July 5th from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Lake/Shore Rooms of Euclid Public Library. Open to all Euclid residents.

Euclid Police Rescue Baby

On Friday, August 13 at 12:18 p.m. the temperature was 86 degrees outside. A mother loading her vehicle accidentally locked her keys inside the car with her baby strapped into her car seat in the back. At 10 minutes an 86 degree temperature can reach 104 degrees inside a car. The mother called Euclid Police who responded and rescued the … Read More

Secure Your Handgun

Euclid Police Department respects the 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms. However, when not in immediate possession, the weapon must be stored securely and responsibly.  Properly storing firearms is a responsibility every gun owner should take seriously.  Leaving a handgun inside a dresser drawer or closet is not safe or secure, and storing handguns inside the glovebox or … Read More

Germ Facts for Kids

Link: Germ Facts for Kids Looking for something interesting to do with your children while at home? Check out the Germ Facts for Kids to help explain what germs are and what they do! Click on the link above entitled Germ Facts for Kids!

Bars and Restaurants Message

On March 15th, Governor Mike DeWine announced that the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) had issued a Director’s Order that closed all Ohio bars and restaurants to in-house patrons.  This extreme measure was taken in the best interests of the health and safety of Ohioans.  Obviously, there will be serious and immediate financial consequences for owners and employees of these establishments.  I … Read More

Message from Chief Scott Meyer

The men and women of the Euclid Police Department work hard every day to ensure the safety and security of the city. That isn’t going to change as we are faced with the challenges of Covid-19. As we deal with this unprecedented challenge, we must make some temporary changes to our daily operations. Effective immediately, we are implementing the following … Read More

Enroll in Safety Town

Safety Town begins July 8th and registration is open now. The first 24 applications will be accepted. Cost is $10 CASH ONLY. Safety Town runs Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 12 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at The Early Learning Center, 22800 Fox Avenue. Application can be found here:https://euclidpd.org/2015/download/Safety%20Town%20Application.pdf f

Trick or Treat in Euclid

Trick or Treat in Euclid is from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on October 31st. Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision.Parents should walk with their children, do not drive in a vehicle following slowly, as this is unsafe for others crossing streets.If children are mature enough to be out without supervision, they … Read More