Tremont Field Site

EPA is starting an environmental cleanup in the Tremont Field Site in mid-September and is holding an open house meeting to announce it. The open house is being hosted in collaboration with Councilman Kerry McCormack’s office, the city of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.  During this public availability session EPA will provide information about the cleanup […]

Stage 3 of Towpath Trail receives $250,000 Green Infrastructure Grant

Cuyahoga County has received a $250,000 Green Infrastructure Grant from the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD.) The funds will go towards the creation of wetlands, bioretention cells and a detention basin within Stage 3 of the Towpath Trail Extension Project. These green infrastructure elements will remove stormwater from the combined sewer system, treat stormwater drainage and reduce run off […]

Join Us for the Towpath Tappening, at Great Lakes Brewing 3/9, 4 – 8pm

Learn more about the Towpath Trilogy Race Series Socialize with fellow runners, we’ll have free appetizers and $5 Great Lakes beers Learn more about new offerings in 2016, including fun runs and an overnight bike ride Get the latest developments on the Towpath Trail in Cleveland and Canal Basin Park Meet Trilogy sponsors such as […]

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is 11th in Visitation

Visitation at America’s national parks broke all-time records in 2015 as the National Park Service has been celebrating its 2016 Centennial with a major push to encourage more visitors to experience their national parks. In the recently released report by Director Jonathan B. Jarvis, there were 306.7 million visits to national parks, up five percent […]

Canal Basin Park Framework Plan

On Friday, November 20th 2015 the Cleveland City Planning Commission voted to adopt the Canal Basin Park Framework Plan, which sets the direction for a new 20-acre park in Downtown Cleveland. Canal Basin Park will be a year-round public place that brings together history, neighborhoods, and the community. It is located where the historic Ohio […]

Take a Hike wins State Historic Preservation Award

Congratulations to the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation which received a 2015 Public Education and Awareness Award from the Ohio State Historic Preservation Office for its Take a Hike Program. According to the State Historic Preservation Office: “The role of historic tax credits and other preservation tools is often emphasized since many of the current developments would […]

Scranton Flats wins OCASLA Award

Scranton Flats won a Merit Award in the “Design: Constructed” category at the 2015 Ohio Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects Awards. Each year the Ohio Chapter of ASLA honors the best in landscape architecture from around the state. The Awards Program brings to public awareness of the outstanding projects and services of Landscape Architects and […]