The South Euclid Municipal Court has teamed-up with Cleveland Municipal Court to give an opportunity for defendants to respond to their warrants and reschedule their cases WITHOUT being arrested. As part of the In the Neighborhood Initiative, individuals with open cases in either the Cleveland Municipal Court and/or the South Euclid Municipal Court can go to the following locations to … Read More
The second part of our four-part series on Heroin and Opiate addiction will take place at the South Euclid Municipal Court on July 22, 2015 at 6:00pm. Please read the following press release for more details. South Euclid officials, police plan forum series to discuss heroin overdose and strategies Counselors to be available for South Euclid residents and others needing … Read More
Heroin at Home: The Community Forum Series on Heroin/Opiate Addiction begins tonight (6-24-15) at the South Euclid Municipal Court/City Council Chambers at 6:00pm. We are looking forward to your participation in this informative event. Our community partners have prepared several fact-sheets and articles of information to be used during tonight’s event. Feel free to download these items for free … Read More
Join officials from the South Euclid Municipal Court and South Euclid City Council as well as local and regional law enforcement and treatment experts for an open discussion on how heroin addiction impacts our area and what steps we can take to promote sobriety and healthy living in our community. What: Heroin at Home-A Public Forum to Discuss Heroin Addiction … Read More
Judge Gayle Williams Byers of the South Euclid Municipal Court reads to youngsters at John Dewey Elementary School in Warresnville Heights during their Annual Dr. Seuss Day. Judge Byers has participated in this event for the past several years.