Meet the Mayor: Mayor Welo of South Euclid

By Design Login posted 04-03-2019 00:00

  

REALTOR-Party-166x120.gifWelcome to ACAR’s Meet the Mayor feature! Are you a city official who would like to be featured on our blog? Please let our Government Affairs Department know!

Name: Georgine Welo, Mayor
Community: City of South Euclid, Ohio
First elected: November 2003. Elected South Euclid’s first female mayor. Elected to City Council in 1991.

Favorite thing about South Euclid: The people. South Euclid residents are caring and wonderful neighbors and make this a special place to call home.007-240x300.jpg

What should REALTORS® know about South Euclid: We’re close to everything. Our population is getting younger! We have a diverse and beautiful housing stock with homes to fit any budget. From hiking the gorgeous Euclid Creek Reservation, to taking in a Notre Dame Falcon’s football game or a play at Mercury Theater Company, there’s so much to see and do right in our backyard. There has been $150 million invested in our commercial districts and in our housing stock since 2010. Housing values are up over 56% in six years. South Euclid is a diverse, inclusive, and walkable community that will impress your buyers. You get more value for your housing dollar in South Euclid than anywhere else in the region. I look forward to welcoming your buyers home to South Euclid!

Fun fact about you or your community: South Euclid is home to a surprising number of writers and artists, and our new public library features the William N. Skirball Writers’ Center with many writer’s workshops and meet the author events. We are becoming a creative hub on the Eastside.

Disclosure: This feature is an opportunity for our members to get to know elected officials in their current office/role. Campaign information shall not be shared. ACAR has a separate review process annually for candidates seeking (re)election, and inclusion in the “Meet the Elected Official” feature is not an indication of campaign support.


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