SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — South Euclid will be hosting a community shredding day on Saturday, July 18th behind the Municipal Complex.
Residents will be allowed to have three boxes of documents shredded during the drive-thru, no contact event.
In a Facebook post, the South Euclid Police Department is asking people to leave their boxes in the trunk of their cars and they will be removed by a service department member. This is all in effort to minimize contact.
Police also say that personal care packages will be giving out, while supplies last. These packages will contain a face mask and Purell wipes.
The event runs from 9 a.m. until noon.