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**CALL FOR ARTISTS**

The City of Cleveland, through its Public Art Program, is requesting qualifications from artists, designers, or teams thereof who may be interested in producing public Public Art for E. 185th St. Streetscape.

Submissions must be received by 5 p.m. Cleveland time, on January 24, 2022.

More information and the RFP can be found here



City Planning Youtube Channel

You can find all of the live streams from past and future Board and Commission meetings on our YouTube Channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB8ql0Jrhm_pYIR1OLY68bw


Zoning Verification Request Form PDF

Dockless Scooter & Bike Share

Shared mobility devices are scooters and bikes that are available to rent for short rides around the city. They are parked on the sidewalk, lock to themselves rather than a bike rack or a dock, and are activated through a smartphone app and user account. E-scooters are available for use daily from 5am to 9pm and e-bikes are available 24 hours a day. 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 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 mayor .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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