Welcome to Cleveland

    Whether you're new to the area or simply looking for resources, you've come to the right place. Check out our website for more detailed information on various services.
    • March 26, 2020 - FAQ's on Executive Order was issued by Judge Knight
    • March 24, 2020-Judge Knight issued a Executive Order Stay Safe Emergency Measures for Liberty County
    • March 17, 2020 - City of Cleveland closed all city facilities and prohibiting community gathering within City of Cleveland.  Click here for PDF of ordinance.
    • March 17, 2020 - City of Cleveland extended Declaration of Disaster for COVID-18. Click here for a PDF copy.
    • March 13, 2020 - City of Cleveland issued a Declaration of Disaster for COVID-18. Click here for a PDF copy of the declaration.
    • On March 6, 2020, Cleveland lost its beloved Mayor Otis Cohn after his lengthy illness. Over the years, Mayor Cohn faithfully served the citizens of our city as both City Councilman and Mayor. Mayor Cohn has been instrumental in leading our transformational progress over the last several years, and his leadership and friendship will be missed by all of us.
    • To reach Public Works, please call City Hall at 281-592-2667 and create a work order for issues.  If after 5:00 pm, weekends or holidays, please contact non-emergency number for Police Department for the on-call employee - 281-592-2621.
    • To sign up for our emergency notification system, text your zip code to 888777 or visit www.nixle.com.  Or you can visit the How Do I page and use the registration widget.
  1. Check out our COVID-19 Page for resources

    We have a dedicated page for COVID-19 resources and adding more each day. Also added are FAQ's from Judge Knight's Executive Order for Stay at Home. Read on...
  2. Liberty County Reports 2nd COVID-19 Case

    Liberty County has reported their 2nd case of COVID-19 Liberty County Reports 2nd Case of COVID-19 (PDF)
  3. Census 2020 is happening now!

    As we practice social distancing, now would be a great time to complete the Census. Read on...
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