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H.B. 789 was passed as an emergency amendment to Section 12 of H.B. 197. This will extend the temporary authority for public bodies to meet electornically/virtually until June 30, 2021

Under the conditions specified by law the Cleveland Planning Commission, Landmarks Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and the Board of Building Standards & Appeals are currently holding virtual meetings utilizing the WebEx Platform.

All of the virtual Board and Commission meetings are being streamed live on YouTube. The links for the live streams and recordings of past meetings can be found on our YouTube Channel

Meeting agendas can be found here

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Dockless Scooter & Bike Share

A dockless shared mobility permit application is now available for e-scooter and bike share vendors interested in providing services within the City of Cleveland. Applications are due on Friday, July 26 by 5pm and will be evaluated on a competitive basis by an internal interdepartmental team. Selected vendors will be permitted to set out e-scooters and bikes for use as early as mid-August for a six-month demonstration period. Click here for more info.

Cleveland Safe Routes To School

The Cleveland Safe Routes to School program provides a network of support that enable and encourage kindergarten through 8th grade CMSD students to walk or bike to school safely. Download a School Route Map today.

Planning Initiatives

Planning Initiatives

Making Cleveland and its neighborhoods "communities of choice" is a principal goal of the administration of Mayor Frank G. Jackson and a focus of the Cleveland City Planning Commission. These efforts include development activity in the downtown and in all neighborhoods of Cleveland. Follow the link for the various initiatives designed to help advance the strategic vision of the Jackson administration.Click here for more info...

Cleveland Lakefront Development

Cleveland Lakefront Development

In 2014, Mayor Jackson selected a joint venture of Trammell Crow Company and Cumberland Development, LLC to develop a vibrant mixed-use development on the lakefront. The project will add over 1,000 apartments and 80,000 SF of office and 50,000 SF of retail space to the city's central business district. Click here for more info...

Health Impact Assessment

The City Planning Commission is conducting a Health Impact Assessment in the neighborhood of Hough. Health impact assessments provide a comprehensive picture of health in a specific community, including the physical, mental, social, environmental and economic health of our citizens.Click for more info...

Cleveland Opportunity Corridor Brownfields Areawide Plan

Cleveland's first EPA-funded "Brownfield Areawide Plan" is a community-supported plan that focuses on a district known in recent decades as the "Forgotten Triangle," because of the area's widespread abandonment and environmental contamination. Click for more info...

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