ELECT ERIN LALLY
STRONGSVILLE CITY COUNCIL
With decades of experience in public policy and constituent service, Erin knows that local government brings democracy close to the people; and she is uniquely qualified to listen to the concerns of residents and businesses, to connect them with resources, and to help solve problems.
Ready to Represent
Qualified and Experience
Full of Creative Ideas
Straightforward and Authentic
Erin became an Assistant to a Cleveland City Councilman in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood where she lived and worked for three years (photos) until she became to Assistant to the Mayor of the City of Brook Park (photo). Three years later she became the Communications Director for Cleveland City Council, during which time there was a vacancy for the 18th house district Ohio House of Representatives seat.
Erin is married to Francis X. Lally, Jr. (SHS Class of ’86) a proud member of the Cleveland Fire Department. They had are the proud parents of five children, three boys and two girls. Two of their children attend The Ohio State University, two attend Strongsville High School and the youngest attends Strongsville Middle School.
The Lally’s are members of St. John Neumann Parish and are very active in the Strongsville community volunteering for the Strongsville Soccer League, Strongsville Football League, and their neighborhood swim team.
In Ohio, Cox recognized Erin Lally of Strongsville, nominated by Parma Heights Mayor Michael Byrne. Mayor Byrne cited Erin’s commitment to raising a family with five kids, while also volunteering through her church’s youth ministry program, working in person at City...
Erin Lally was the first of seven candidates to file her petitions for one of the three Strongsville City Council At-Large position on the 2021 ballot. All three seats are open this year. Councilman-At-Large Matt Schonhut announced he will not be seeking re-election...
By Other Voices In response to Herman Sigmund’s Letter to the Editor dated Aug. 10, 2020: Infrastructure improvements are always a good investment. I have been attending Strongsville City Council meetings the past two years and am impressed with the volume of sound...
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By John Benson, special to cleveland.com Posted Feb 19, 2020 PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio -- After successfully introducing free yoga in the park once a month last year at the Greenbrier Commons, yoga instructor Jill Pawloski was recently asked to return to Parma Heights for a...