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Ward 3 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw will continue to update this page with updates and resources for Ward 3 residents and families as it is released.

Last Updated on March 29, 2020 at 2:15am

#NorthRoyaltonCOVID19

#StayHome #FlattenTheCurve #SaveLives


COVID-19 Stay at Home Order in Effect
On Sunday, March 22th, under the direction of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D., MPH issued a director’s order to require all Ohioans to stay in their homes to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 beginning at 11:59 p.m. EDT on Monday, March 23, 2020 until 11:59 p.m. on April 6, 2020. This order prohibits holding gatherings of any size and closes all nonessential businesses. It does NOT prohibit essential activities like going to the grocery store, receiving medical care, or taking your pet for a walk. Residents can return home from out of state and can leave the state.

Director’s Order to Stay at Home (PDF)

North Royalton Ward 3 Residents,

I know there are a lot of residents concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will all get through this by working together as both a Ward and a community! Please Stay Home and only go out if it is essential. Follow all orders of federal, state, and local officials. We must end the community spread here in North Royalton, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, and our World by each of us doing our part. I have created this page to help keep you all in the loop throughout this emergency with information you have all requested or may need.

Every day information changes. Some days even by the hour. The Top 4 places to get 24/7 situational information you need to know in staying safe are the following:

1) Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

2) State of Ohio & Governor Mike DeWine

3) City of North Royalton
Website or Facebook Page

4) COVID-19 hotline number is 833-427-5634 or 833-4-ASK ODH

#Ward3AllTogether

Dan Langshaw
North Royalton Ward 3 City Councilman


The Ohio Department of Health has opened a Call Center to answer questions related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Call Center is open 7 days a week from 9:00am to 8:00pm and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).

Basic precautions you should take now and always:

  • Do not panic — currently the risk is low, but we need to take the situation seriously, monitor developments and prepare you and your family for the “what if” scenario.
  • Good personal hygiene cannot be overemphasized. Wash your hands! Wash your hands! Wash your hands! Use soap and water to wash your hands, especially before and after eating and before and after using the restroom.
  • Cough and sneeze into a tissue, dispose of it immediately and then wash your hands. If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your sleeve. Use hand sanitizer if unable to wash hands with soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • If you are sick — stay home.
  • Avoid close contact with other people who are sick.
  • Make sure you have back-up plans in place should your work or your child’s school close for illness. Do you have alternate childcare plans?
  • Clean and disinfect bathrooms, common areas or common-use items at work and home (phones, keyboards, door knobs and handles, sink handles, countertops, exercise equipment, kids’ backpacks).
  • If you are not feeling well, contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible. Don’t wait.

Ward 3 Residents Impacted by the COVID-19

  • Any North Royalton Ward 3 Residents negatively impacted by COVID-19 needing any assistance for food, supplies, or basic needs. Please contact me at ward3@northroyalton.org or at 440-785-4240 and I will see if I can help.
  • Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety. Click Here for more information.
  • Has your job been impacted by COVID-19? We’re here to help! Please visit http://jfs.ohio.gov/coronavirus for new information and visit http://unemployment.ohio.gov to apply for benefits. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed an emergency order to expand flexibility to help you during this emergency.

COVID-19 Information for Ward 3 Businesses

  • Any North Royalton Ward 3 Business Owners that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 or need any kind of assistance please contact me at ward3@northroyalton.org or at 440-785-4240.
  • The Ohio Development Services Agency is preparing to submit an application in the coming week to qualify Ohio for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. This program provides low-interest loans up to $2 million in order to help businesses overcome the temporary loss of revenue during the state of emergency. Non profit organizations in Ohio will also be eligible for low-interest loans through the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. In order to complete the state’s application, businesses impacted by the current public health crisis should immediately send their contact information to BusinessHelp@Development.Ohio.gov. Additional information on the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program is available at SBA.gov/Disaster.

COVID-19 Checklist for Businesses/Employers

Talking to Your Kids about COVID-19
Like many of you. I am a proud parent too. There is a lot of fear and unfortunately, misinformation going around regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Our kids hear and see this as well on a daily basis. Below are some links on how to talk to your kids about all this without scaring them. While at the same time educating them on how they can keep themselves safe.

How to talk to your kids about Coronavirus. Click Here

Talking to Children about COVID-19

Talking to Tweens & Teens

What if you feel sick?

  • COVID-19 Signs & Symptoms – Patients with COVID-19 have had mild to severe respiratory with symptoms of: FEVER, COUGH & BREATHING DIFFICULTY.
  • Cover your cough and sneezes.
  • Monitor Your Symptoms Carefully.
  • Don’t go to your local emergency room or fire department for COVID-19 testing. The emergency room and fire department is only for those who need the most critical care.
  • If your symptoms get worse, call your primary care or healthcare provider immediately. If you DO NOT have a primary care or healthcare provider, you can contact the following health care systems in our area for information:
    University Hospital System: (216) 767-8228 Unitversity Hospital  Parma: 440-887-8476
    Metro-Health Hotline: (440) 592-6843 (59COVID).
    Cleveland Clinic Foundation: Cleveland Clinic patients can call (855) 697-3750
    Southwest General Hospital: (440) 816-8000  COVID-19 24 hour Hotline: (440) 816-8962
  • Get Rest and Stay Hydrated.
  • If you have a medical appointment: Call the healthcare provider ahead of time and tell them that you have or may have COVID-19.
  • For medical emergencies, if you have chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, a severe headache or other potentially life-threatening problems, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911. Call ahead before going in person to any emergency department location. If you call 911 – notify the dispatch personnel that you have or may have COVID-19

Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Now Available

  • The Cleveland Clinic’s test site is available at the W.O. Walker building in University Circle and requires an electronic provider’s order for testing. Currently, the Cleveland Clinic is prioritizing high-risk patients, meaning those who are currently hospitalized and those who are age 61 and older. Please check Cleveland Clinic’s website here for the latest information and instructions, including testing locations and changes to testing capacity.
  • UH’s test site is located at the UH Landerbrook Health Center in Mayfield Heights. UH will test patients of any age who have coordinated their care through a UH physician. Patients who are referred to the testing site will be given a 30-minute time slot to arrive with a physician order for their testing. UH has also announced plans to open an additional testing site in Ravenna to expand operations outside of Cuyahoga County. Please check the UH website here for the latest information and instructions, including testing locations and changes to testing capacity.
  • MetroHealth is also testing patients but have a limited number of tests available. They have reserved testing for the most severe cases only. For additional information visit MetroHealth’s website here.
  • Directions to Testing Locations:

    Cleveland Clinic – W.O. Walker Building
    10524 Euclid Ave.
    Cleveland, OH 44195
    Patients should enter the garage from E. 105th St.

    University Hospitals – Landerbrook Health Center
    5850 Landerbrook Drive
    Mayfield Heights, OH 44124

    MetroHealth – Main Campus Medical Center
    2500 MetroHealth Drive
    Cleveland, Ohio 44109

Below are some links with additional helpful information regarding COVID-19:


North Royalton Ward 3 Councilman Langshaw will continue to update this page with updates and resources for Ward 3 residents and families as it is released.

Last Updated on March 29, 2020 at 2:15am

#NorthRoyaltonCOVID19

#StayHome #FlattenTheCurve #SaveLives

Important Federal Government Information Regarding COVID-19

  • The United States Congress has passed an $8.3 billion spending bill, which President Donald Trump signed March 6, 2020 that earmarked over $3 million for vaccine research and development, $2.2 billion for public health preparedness and response, and approximately $1 billion for medical supplies and capacity as well as Community Health centers. $560 million from this bill will be allocated to state and local efforts to mitigate the coronavirus. Ohio has been awarded $15.6 million.
  • On March 11, 2020 President Donald J. Trump signed a Presidential Proclamation, which suspends the entry of most foreign nationals who have been in certain European countries at any point during the 14 days prior to their scheduled arrival to the United States. These countries, known as the Schengen Area, include: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. This does not apply to legal permanent residents, (generally) immediate family members of U.S. citizens, and other individuals who are identified in the proclamation. Read More.
  • On March 13, 2020 President Donald Trump officially declared a National Emergency to free up $50 billion in federal resources to combat coronavirus. Read More.
  • On March 13, 2020 United States Congressman Anthony Gonzalez  launched a new email address for constituents seeking assistance with the federal government on issues related specifically to the COVID-19 pandemic. The email address, covid19help.OH16@mail.house.gov, will enable staff to more quickly respond to constituent services requests related to evolving federal government international travel restrictions and recommendations, Small Business Administration assistance for affected businesses, and guidance on how to contact county and state health authorities. Read More.
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) impact to the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). Read More.
  • Federal Tax Deadline Changed. The filing deadline for Federal Income Taxes has been moved from April 15 to July 15 2020. All taxpayers and businesses will now have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties. Please continue to check the Internal Revenue Service Website at www.IRS.gov for updates. You can also check for updates on state and local taxes from Ohio Department of Taxation on their website at tax.ohio.gov.
  • Updates from the White House. Click Here.
  • Track Reported Cases of COVID-19 Nation-Wide and Globally. Click Here.
  • Click Here to view the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) CDC Situation Summary (Updated Regularly)

Important State of Ohio Government Information Regarding COVID-19

  • There are now at least 67 confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton continue to take a number of actions in response to the growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Last Updated: 03/17/20 at 2 p.m. Number of counties with cases: Belmont (2), Butler (6), Coshocton (2), Cuyahoga (31), Darke (1), Franklin (4), Geauga (1), Lake (1), Lorain (4), Lucas (1), Mahoning (1), Medina (3), Stark (3), Summit (4), Trumbull (2), Tuscarawas (1). Click HERE to view updates on numbers from the State of Ohio.

  • On March 9, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued Executive Order 2020-01D, declaring a State of Emergency in Ohio to protect the well-being of Ohioans from the dangerous effects of COVID-19. The state of emergency allows state departments and agencies to better coordinate in their response.
  • On March 12, 2020, a statewide order was issued, which you can Read HERE, was signed involving the following measures the state is taking to slow the spread of the coronavirus through Ohio’s communities:

Mass gatherings over 100 people are prohibited. This does not include religious gatherings, grocery stores, forms of transit, athletic events that exclude spectators, weddings, funerals, or religious gatherings. Read More.

Guests will no longer be permitted in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. Read More.

All schools (public & private) will be closed at the end of the day Monday until April 3, 2020. This currently only applies to K-12 institutions.Read More. (Note: Governor DeWine has said he told school districts they should prepare for more than three weeks of no classes. Read More.)

The Governor has also recommended that places of higher learning move classes online and that religious institutions adjust practices such as shaking hands or sharing a single communion cup to prevent the spread of the virus. Read More.

  • Click Here to view a Message from the Ohio Secretary of State regarding Coronavirus and the March 17, 2020 Primary Election.
  • On March 13, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that breakfast and lunch programs will still be available to students while schools are closed for the next 3 weeks. The USDA has approved the state’s waiver request to continue breakfast and lunch programs while schools are closed.  Per the Governor, schools will be able to provide every child under 18-years-old with “grab and go” meals, ensuring that no child goes hungry while school is out. Read More.
  • ALL Ohio Bars & Restaurants Ordered to Close: On March 15, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the Ohio Department of Health has issued a Director’s Order that will close ALL Ohio bars and restaurants to in-house patrons, effective at 9:00pm on March 15, 2020. Restaurants with take-out and delivery options will still be able to operate those services, even as their dining rooms are temporarily closed. Read More.
  • Enhanced Unemployment Aid for Ohioans: On March 15, 2020 Governor Mike DeWine has signed an executive order, which will grant the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) with the authority to accept and grant requests for unemployment compensation suspending the normal 1-week waiting period. This order will also give relief to applicants who are not offered paid leave through their job, as well as those who have been quarantined by a medical professional, their employer, or whose employers must temporarily close. Those who apply for unemployment under these circumstances will be exempt from the requirement that they be actively seeking work. Learn More.
  • One-Time Liquor Buyback: The Ohio Department of Commerce will immediately begin offering a one-time liquor buyback option to support bars and restaurants. This will especially aid those establishments that have stocked up on high-proof liquor ahead of the St. Patrick’s Day holiday for which they now have no use, due to their closure to in-house patrons. Bars and restaurants wishing to take advantage of this opportunity should return their unopened, high-proof liquor products (obtained within the past 30 days) to the agency where they purchased the product. This opportunity is also extended to those with temporary (F2) permits for events scheduled between March 12 and April 6, 2020. If a business has questions about this program, they should reach out directly to the Liquor Enterprise Service Center (LESC) at 1(877)812-0013 or by emailing OhioLiquorInfo@Com.Ohio.gov.
  • Support for Small Businesses & Non-Profit Organizations: The Ohio Development Services Agency is preparing to submit an application in the coming week to qualify Ohio for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. This program provides low-interest loans up to $2 million in order to help businesses overcome the temporary loss of revenue during the state of emergency. Click Here to read the Governor’s full press release.
  • Click Here for a List of all Public Health Orders Issued by the State of Ohio.
  • Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s & Department of Health Daily Updates. Click Here.
  • Click Here to watch Governor DeWine’s press conferences regarding COVID-19.
  • Click Here to read Ohio Governor DeWine’s press releases regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19

 Important Cuyahoga County Government Information Regarding COVID-19

  • On March 10, 2020 Cuyahoga County Government opened the County’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and Joint Information Center (JIC) in response to confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cuyahoga County and Governor Mike DeWine’s Declaration of Emergency for Ohio. Read More.
  • On March 11, 2020 County Executive Armond Budish declared a State of Emergency for Cuyahoga County in response to COVID-19. The State of Emergency declared by the County is in-line with declarations by the State of Ohio and others. Read More.
  • All County buildings are currently closed to the public. Learn More. Please visit the County’s Online Services page for resources and information.
  • Cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Cuyahoga County. Stay up to date on the County’s response. Click Here.
  • Cuyahoga County COVID-19 information. Click Here.
  • All Cuyahoga County Public Library branches including the North Royalton Branch and book drops are CLOSED to the public through April 5, 2020 Late fines and fees will also be suspended during this period. Read More. For homebound customers, the Library will continue to offer free mail service via Library2You. More details are available here. Families with children from birth to age 5 are encouraged to sign up for the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library, which mails books to children for their home libraries each month. As always, the Library’s robust digital collection and online learning platforms provide remote access to a variety of material
  • Cuyahoga County Board of Health Updates and Daily Briefings. Click Here.

Important North Royalton City School District Information Regarding COVD-19

  • Click Here to view the March 12, 2020 Message from North Royalton City School District Superintendent Greg Gurka regarding the Closure of the School District due to COVID-19.
  • By order of Governor Mike DeWine the North Royalton City School Disrict will be CLOSED effectve March 13, 2020 through April 3, 2020 unless otherwise ordered by the Governor. All school events scheduled to take place between now and April 3 are CANCELED. This includes all athletic practices, scrimmages, club meetings, and any activity that is part of our school program.  Additionally, Serpentini Stadium is CLOSED. Students teachers will be doing online educational instruction with the students during the closure.
  • Free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Click Here for more info. 
  • Bagged Lunches/Breakfasts begin March 18, 2020. The North Royalton City Schools’ Food Service program will be providing the opportunity for a daily bagged lunch and a breakfast for the next day for students at no charge beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The details of this program are as follows: Parents who are interested in their student receiving a meal should complete this electronic form by Clicking Here or call 440-582-9041 for each child, by 5:00pm the day before the meal is requested. The form or phone call must be completed daily. Parents may pick up the meal at North Royalton High School between the hours of 10:00am-11:15am. Monday through Friday by entering driveway #4 and pulling up to the side of the building on the left. Stop at the ramp with the yellow railing for meal pick up (Door #26). There will be a sign to direct you to the location. Once you provide your child’s name and school to the food service worker, you will receive the meal.
  • For additional updates directly from the North Royalton City School District Click Here to view their special COVID-19 Website

North Royalton City Government Important Updates Regarding COVID-19

  • Click Here to view the Current Updates and Messages from Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz and City Alerts regarding COVID-19.
  • Click Here to view the City of North Royalton Facebook Page with COVID-19 Updates.
  • Per the North Royalton Fire Department effective March 16, 2020 they have implemented a new policy of NOT ALLOWING ANY VISITORS at both Station 1 and Station 2. They have also canceled all CPR Classes, public appearances and car seat installations at this time. The North Royalton Fire Department appreciates the community’s kindness, but for now they can no longer accept any donations of food due COVID-19 situation. Any day to day questions you may have, please contact their offices at 440-237-4315. Click Here to view current updates from the North Royalton Fire Departement regarding COVID-19.
  • Click Here to view the March 16, 2020 Message to small business owners from North Royalton Community Development Director Tom Jordan.
  • Service Yard will be closed Saturday March 21, 2020 until further notice.
  • Memorial Park is closed until further notice.
  • All city building will be closed to the public, except for limited access at the Building Department and of course the lobby of the Police Department and Fire Station.
  • Residents, vendors, and visitors will be encouraged to call, email, or mail for services and questions.
  • All city employees have been instructed to self-monitor for any illness and stay home if they or a family member have any symptoms or is ill.
  • City department heads are establishing enhanced cleaning of offices, buildings, and equipment.
  • Mayor’s court has suspended court hearings until April 23, 2020.
  • Office on Aging has closed its office- with email and telephone access only.
  • City jail has increased its cleaning processes and reduced jail population.
  • No community gatherings or meetings, including AA meetings
  • At the March 18, 2020 Council Meeting it was unanimously voted on TO RECESS ALL COMMITTEE MEETING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. The North Royalton City Council is exploring to host future Council Meetings virtually. Click Here to view any upcoming meetings or further information.

Important Information Regarding Rumpke Waste & Recycling Collection:

  • Rumpke is closely monitoring the rapidly changing public health environment and following sanitary protocols recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as OSHA. Employees have been instructed to follow CDC recommendations regarding proper hand washing and sanitization. Rumpke’s safety team is reinforcing that field employees, including drivers, landfill and recycling team members, continue to wear required personal protective equipment, including gloves and protective eye wear. It has elevated cleaning procedures, reinforcing cleaning of frequently touched surfaces inside its facilities. Rumpke is encouraging office personnel to limit travel and conduct meetings virtually, when possible, and has suspended public tours of Rumpke sites as well as participation in public events through the end of April.
  • Residents can help Rumpke by bagging all trash, thereby reducing employee exposure to items like used tissues and other personal hygiene products. Ensure you only place the correct items in your recycling container. Remember items such as tissues, napkins and paper cups aren’t accepted. Rumpke is experiencing higher call volumes at this time, so if you have a question, please consider contacting Rumpke Customer Service via email at Rumpke.com or through Facebook private message.
  • This continues to be an evolving situation, and Rumpke said it will continue to adjust its policies and procedures in accordance with recommendations from national and local authorities to ensure the safety of its employees and customers.
  • To further slow the spread of COVID-19, some operational changes will be made to help reduce potential exposure to our staff, while also being mindful of the safety and well-being of our community.
  • Our Saturday drop-off station, located at 11545 Royalton Road, will be closed until further notice.
  • Daily curbside trash and recycling pick-up will remain as scheduled.
  • Residents can call the Service Department at 440-582-3002 with questions.

North Royalton Food Bank

During these difficult times, the North Royalton Food Bank is reaching out to the community to assist in its efforts to serve those in need. Anyone who would like to give, by donating food or monetary donations, can contact the food bank directly at 440-237-7958, ext. 200. The North Royalton Food Bank is located at 11680 Royalton Road (entrance is off Abbey Road). Non-perishable items sought include: spaghetti noodles and sauce, canned fruit, dry cereal, oatmeal, macaroni and cheese, tuna, canned chicken, beef stew, chunky soups, saltine crackers, Jell-O and pudding, rice and complete pancake mix, as well as hygiene products.

North Royalton COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 cases are throughout Cuyahoga County, including even here in North Royalton per the reporting from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Click Here for updates. Click Here to view an important message from Fire Chief Robert Chegan about COVID-19 cases in North Royalton.

North Royalton Family YMCA

  • North Royalton Family YMCA is CLOSED by order of the Governor Mike DeWine effective March 16, 2020Click Here to stay up to date on important messages from the North Royalton Family YMCA.
  • The YMCA of Greater Cleveland will be offering school-age programs beginning March 18, 2020. Children will participate in a variety of activities provided by YMCA staff so that critical care providers are able to assist our community at this critical time with peace of mind. They will be offering services to the following critical care providers: Medical Personnel, First Responders, Nursing Home/Assisted Living Employees, and Children Services Employees. Please visit clevelandymca.or/childcarecenters or contact YMCA Payment Registrar Office at 216-263-6860 or children@clevelandymca.org for assistance with registration.

Municipal Income Taxes

  • Ohio’s Municipal income tax returns and payments for tax year 2019 with a due date of April 15, 2020 have been extended to July 15, 2020.  Estimated payments for the first and second quarters of tax year 2020 have also been extended to July 15, 2020.
  • No request for extension or other filing is required to receive these extensions.
  •  No late filing or late payment penalties, or interest, will be imposed for the period of April 15, 2020 through July 15, 2020 for these extended filings and payments. Read More.

Community Meetings & Events Canceled or Postponed Due to COVID-19

  • Cub Scout Pack 218 Annual Pancake Breakfast at Royal Redeemer Church Scheduled for March 14, 2020 has been CANCELED.
  • Royalton Hills Lions Club’s Annual Poor Man’s Raffle Scheduled for March 14, 2020 at American Legion Post #703 has been CANCELED. The club hopes to re-schedule at a later date.
  • Community Cafe at Saint Albert the Great Church Scheduled for March 16, 2020 has been CANCELED.
  • Saint Albert the Great Church’s “St. Patrick’s Day Benefit” Scheduled for March 14, 2020 has been POSTPONED and is re-scheduled for May 16, 2020. Read More.
  • North Royalton Business Group Spring Networking Happy Hour Scheduled for March 27, 2020 at BlueLine Classics, LLC has been CANCELED.
  • North Royalton Community Meal at Saint Albert the Great Church Scheduled for March 29, 2020 has been CANCELED.
  • North Royalton Garden Club has CANCELED their Rain Garden & Rain Barrel Workshop Scheduled for March 30, 2020 and will be re-scheduled at a later date to be announced.
  • North Royalton Athletic Boosters Night at the Races Fundraiser Scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been CANCELED and re-scheduled for April 2021. All ticket and horse sales will be reimbursed.
  • North Royalton Alumni Association has CANCELED their Annual Social that was scheduled for May 9, 2020. As of this date, the Wing Ding set for July has been POSTPONED. Please keep an eye on the website for ongoing information. www.noroalumni.org
  • City of North Royalton Shred day has been RE-SCHEDULED to Saturday June 27, 2020.
  • North Royalton Fire Department has CANCELED all CPR Classes, public appearances and car seat installations at this time.
  • For Additional Updates Click Here to view the City of North Royalton Facebook Page.

North Royalton Restaurants and Bars offering Carryout/Delivery due to COVID-19 

Governor DeWine has ordered ALL of Ohio’s Restaurants and Bars CLOSED to “eat in” due to the COVID-19. Read More. While the health and safety of residents must be top priority, most of all of the restaurants and bars in North Royalton are small, locally owned businesses. Remember that you can still order delivery and carry out. In order to make life easier for residents I have put together a list of businesses plans to operate moving forward due to COVID-19 (See Below List). Please help our businesses and by working together we can help ensure they don’t have to permanently close their doors! I ask all residents to use the hashtag #SupportNOROBusinesses and snap a picture of the food you got and give a shout out on Social Media so your fellow neighbors, family, and friends can share the word on what’s available in our city. I thank you for your support! Email me at ward3@northroyalton.org if you have more businesses I can add to the list below.

CLICK HERE to View North Royalton Restaurants and Bars offering Carryout/Delivery due to COVID-19 List


North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Buddy Program

Mission: Councilman Dan Langshaw launched on March 20, 2020 North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Buddy Program, to establish a North Royalton Ward 3 “buddy” system in North Royalton, Ohio to ensure vulnerable and hard-to-reach community members stay connected to COVID-19 related news, food, services, and help keep a positive morale to get through the COVID-19 emergency safely.

How to get a Buddy?

North Royalton Ward 3 residents who are interested in having a buddy are to contact Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw via email at ward3@northroyalton.org, or online at http://www.danlangshaw.com/contact or by phone at 440-785-4240. We especially want elderly residents, residents living alone, those with health conditions making them high risk to COVID-19, and just residents who want to have an extra neighbor to check in on them. (Note: Residents not living in Ward 3 who want a buddy will not be turned away).

How to be a Buddy Volunteer?
Any North Royalton Ward 3 residents who are interested in volunteering to be a buddy are to contact Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw via email at ward3@northroyalton.org, or online at http://www.danlangshaw.com/contact or by phone at 440-785-4240. (Note: Residents not living in Ward 3 who want to be a buddy will not be turned away). Once you volunteer to become a buddy, then Councilman will pair the two buddies together. Every effort will be made to have folks in the same neighborhood paired up. Councilman Langshaw will make the initial introductions, provide a buddy program checklist, and then the buddies will determine the frequency/means of check ins. Due to serious safety concerns with COVID-19 it is strongly urged that buddy communications are done by phone, email, Facebook, video chat, and other means till deemed safe by proper state and local authorities.

How the Program Works?
How the North Royalton Ward 3 Neighborhood Buddy Program for the COVID-19 Emergency works. Buddies will contact each other on a daily basis or a frequency they both mutually agreed upon. The volunteer buddy will have an emergency contact of their buddy in case they are unable to be reached. The volunteer buddy when contacting their assigned buddy will go thru a basic checklist to ensure their buddy is ok and then can discuss anything they like to talk about as buddies. Due to serious safety concerns with COVID-19 it is strongly urged that buddy communications are done by phone, email, Facebook, video chat, and other means till deemed safe by proper state and local authorities. Once buddy volunteer makes contact with their assigned buddy they are to email Ward 3 Councilman Dan Langshaw at ward3@northroyalton.org a quick update on their buddy as follows: that they have made contact and if their buddy needs any assistance.

Check out the North Royalton Ward 3 Buddy Program Facebook Page by Clicking Here.

Note: This program is a voluntary neighborhood program established by North Royalton Ward 3 City Councilman Dan Langshaw on March 20, 2020 and is not affiliated with any specific group, organization, or part of the North Royalton City government. All those participating are expected to take all appropriate safety measures to not put their life or others at risk during the COVID-19 Emergency.


North Royalton Ward 3 Town Hall Meetings & Virtual Coffees on COVID-19

Meeting March 20, 2020 North Royalton Ward 3 Tele/Facebook Live COVID-19 Town Hall

March 23, 2020 North Royalton Ward 3 Tele/Facebook Live COVID-19/Stay Home Order Town Hall Meeting

March 28, 2020 Virtual North Royalton Ward 3 Monthly Constituent Coffee

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