CLE City Life Tours; 10/1, 10/29

Discover Cleveland’s Neighborhoods! Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is pleased to offer citywide bus tours to introduce (or re-introduce) you to some of the coolest and most unique places to live in Northeast Ohio. Join us and see why Tremont and Ohio City receive so much publicity. We’ll show you why University Circle is considered the most […]

Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference

Decision makers, planners, practitioners, trail advocates Share ideas, discover new tools, and set the stage to transform plans and concepts into successfully completed projects. Explore emerging trends in design Build skills for funding and project success Understand how trails and greenways benefit the economy, environment, and health of thriving communities Connecting the dots with Jay […]

Northeast Ohio Lakes & Rivers Conference

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and the City of Akron are coming together to initiate a regional discussion around Wet Weather issues and challenges. Our goal is to share best practices and information in the wet-weather fields amongst communities served by the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and the City of Akron. The topics […]

Tourism to Cuyahoga Valley National Park Creates $203 million in Economic Benefits

A new National Park Service report shows that in 2015 2.3 million visitors to Cuyahoga Valley National Park spent $144 million in communities near the park. That spending supported 2,415 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $203 million. The peer-reviewed visitor spending analysis was conducted by […]

Update on the Industrial Heartland Trail Network

The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has done a great update on The Industrial Heartland Trail Network on its blog: “1,450-Mile Developing Trail Network to Revitalize America’s Industrial Heartland“ The Industrial Heartland Trail Network is an “envisioned trail network which will span 48 counties across four states, running through western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia and eastern Ohio and reaching […]

Canal Basin Park in the DCA State of Downtown Cleveland

Canal Basin Park is in Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s report “The State of Downtown Cleveland 2015“, the report highlights that Canal Basin Park will be a 20 acre park on the riverfront. DCA’s State of Downtown Report 2015 includes updates on the office, housing, hospitality, retail and transportation markets in Downtown Cleveland.   View the State of Downtown Cleveland 2015 […]

Is the Towpath Trail part of regional plans?

The Towpath Trail & Greenway is identified in the following regional, county, watershed and community level plans and is consistent with their strategies and priorities. State Plans: Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan for Ohio (SCORP, 2013). The Report identifies the Towpath Trail (page 23) and asserts that former towpaths, like the trail running through the […]

Call for Nominations- Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference

The Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference Planning Partners are seeking nominations to recognize and award outstanding trail projects and creative trail programming at the biennial Conference June 2, 2016, in Brecksville. This Recognition and Awards program will: • Showcase the many recent trail and bike lane projects of our region • Showcase unique ways people are […]