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 […]

Take a Hike Extended!

The extended Take a Hike tour season, presented by Dollar Bank, will kick off Saturday, October 3rd. Here’s your chance to enjoy the Fall weather in Cleveland by enjoying a tour of Historic Euclid Avenue. Every Saturday from October 3rd through December 12th, a tour of Historic Euclid Avenue will be offered. Meet at 10 […]

PechaKucha Night in Cleveland

Tom Yablonsky is the founder and vice-chairman of Canalway Partners, and Chairman of the Ohio & Erie Canalway Association. Tom is a man of many hats, as Executive Vice-President of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, Executive Director of the Historic Gateway District and the Historic Warehouse District, and a member of the Cleveland City Planning Commission’s Downtown […]

The Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail Opening

On Thursday August 13th at Noon, The Cleveland Foundation, The Cleveland Metroparks, LAND Studio and the Trust for Public Land will celebrate the opening of the first section of the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail, details for the event are available here- https://www.facebook.com/events/477853779047858/ The Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail, formerly known as the Lake Link Trail, is a […]

Port Authority Sediment Collector

On July 22nd 2015, (Cleveland’s 219th birthday) The Port Authority and Kurtz Brothers unveiled the State’s first passive sediment collector on the Cuyahoga River. The collection of sediment will reduce the amount that needs to be dredged from the shipping channel and will provide clean fill for projects by organizations such as the Cuyahoga Land […]

National Park Service Director Discusses Canalway

Canalway Partners recently met with National Park Service Director John Jarvis and Craig Kenkel, Superintendent of Cuyahoga Valley National Park to discuss our successes and some of the challenges we have in developing the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. After seeing Scranton Flats at his Play, Learn, Serve and Work announcement, the Director was interested in […]

“Play, Learn, Serve and Work” Announcement at Scranton Flats

The Director of the National Park Service, John Jarvis joined Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, the Cleveland Metroparks and the Greater Cleveland YMCA July 13th at Scranton Flats for a special announcement. The National Park Service is teaming up with the YMCA and the American Express Foundation to fund Volunteer Coordinator and Americorps Vista positions for two years […]