On Monday, May 9th the City of Cleveland began resurfacing operations on Carter Road. The work is part of a larger project which includes resurfacing of sections of Willey Ave. and Train Avenue, and improvements to Scranton Road from Fairfield to Carter Road. The project work scope includes: New striping and signs, including exclusive bike lanes and parking lanes […]
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 […]
Learn more about the City of Cleveland’s project to improve Scranton and Carter Roads ahead of Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail.
While doing a little homework related to the Cleveland Centre Historic District, we were reminded of the existence of the “Gravity Place” in the Flats. From the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History- “Late in 1833, Jas. S. Clark, Edmund Clark, and RICHARD HILLIARD laid out Cleveland Centre in the first curve of the Cuyahoga, known as the Ox […]
Great work by Allen and Cathy Griffin, Flats Forward, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, and the Port of Cleveland to clean the rust and graffiti from the Settler’s Landing Fountain. Initiatives like this help to keep Cleveland beautiful! Read more from Flats Forward See more photos
RiverSweep 2015 will happen from 9am to noon on Saturday May 9th. In 2014, 732 volunteers removed over 70 tons of trash, including 781 tires! Over 25 years we have recruited 17,190 volunteers who have helped us to extract and recycle 23,161 illegally discarded tires and picked up for disposal 490 tons of rubbish. Follow […]
In late 2013, Canalway Partners worked with the Downtown Cleveland Alliance and Historic Warehouse District to contribute funds to a study that led to the creation of the Cleveland Centre National Register Historic District, located in Downtown Cleveland’s Flats. This designation promotes development by opening funding opportunities through historic tax credits and easements. In December 2014, the […]