The Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area and its Founding Organizations – Canalway Partners (Ohio Canal Corridor) and the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition – are proud to report the positive findings of a National Park Service Evaluation and Audit submitted by the United States Department of the Interior to Congress. Highlights of […]
Today, the City of Cleveland joined other officials in announcing the award of a $700,000 grant for Stage 3 of the Towpath Trail Extension Project from the Ohio Department of Public Works, through the Clean Ohio Green Space Conservation Program. The “Towpath Trail: Tremont Point Preserve & Greenway” project will use the funding to acquire […]
New concept design images of Stage 3 of the Towpath Trail Extension Project are now available. See the designs online here.
Following up on our past post, “Save the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit” we are happy to share that the Ohio Senate has removed the language placing a moratorium on the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit program. Thanks to all who emailed senators and public officials to express support for the program, which helps preserve the character […]
Important Call to Action The very successful Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit (OHPTC) program is in trouble. The tax credit is a powerful economic development tool that helped spur the residential boom in Downtown Cleveland and the Warehouse District, made possible projects such as The 9, the Fairmount Creamery, Mitchell’s Ice Cream in Ohio City, […]
Keep up with fun events in the Cleveland area via Canalway Partners new event calendar.
We are sharing an important message from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Dear Partners: There is currently a flurry of activity related to federal transportation policy in Congress. The bad news is that direct attacks on trails, walking and biking have intensified. Last week, Representatives Sam Johnson (TX) and Vicky Hartzler (MO) introduced H.R. 2609, which would […]
Join West Creek Conservancy this Saturday, 5/30 at 10 AM for a hike along Hemlock Creek. (get directions)
Check out our 2015 RiverSweep video- We couldn’t include all of our friends due to time constraints. Yet, we don’t forget them. For 2015, they include a mix of small and big business, high school students, non-profits, government agencies and individuals. We will come together for the 26th year to clean up our Cuyahoga River […]