City Of Cleveland

Yesterday… The Cleveland Depart of Health confirmed the city’s first coroanvirus fatality in addition to nine new cases. The patient was a woman between the ages of 70 and 80 years old. We will see more cases, and more fatalities in the days and weeks ahead because this virus doesn’t care about your age, your […]

via Wkyc: After the city of Cleveland put the brakes on bringing scooters in about a year ago, officials passed new regulations in hopes of adding extra safety measures. These scooters are not available just yet. Bird plans to have these scooters launched within the next week and Spin will be bringing the dockless scooters […]

via Wkyc: On Monday, the city of Cleveland launched a new phase of Mayor Frank Jackson’s ‘Safe Smart CLE’ initiative, beginning the installation of 61,000 new LED streetlights throughout the city. The streetlights, which will be installed over an 18-month period, combine cost-saving and energy-efficient LED streetlights with smart camera technology at a cost of […]

via Wkyc: The city of Cleveland kennel has a new home. The kennel celebrated its grand opening Thursday morning. The new location is at 9203 Detroit Ave., and features a state-of-the-art, 15,000 square-foot kennel.

via Wkyc: The city of Cleveland Planning Commission on Friday unveiled design plans for the replacement of the LeBron James banner downtown. The new design features one of the guardians of the Hope Memorial Bridge that connects Lorain and Carnegie avenues and says, “All for The Land.” The banner also bears the Cleveland Cavaliers and […]

via Wkyc: Cleveland, our city on the rise, has a picture perfect downtown skyline worthy of a post card. Beyond it, a blemish impossible to ignore. No one knows it better than city leaders who have made a commitment to take another bite out of blight by going after more abandoned homes. Alex Reese knows […]

via News5: For more than two years, 5 On Your Side Investigators have been tackling problematic Cleveland streets with our investigation “Broken Roads, Broken System.” This time we’re looking into Enterprise Avenue on Cleveland’s west side. “What do you think about this street?” we asked. “I think it’s terrible,” said Joshua Grove. “I think it’s ridiculous,” […]

  via Wkyc: With temperatures continuing to drop, the city of Cleveland has announced it will keep four recreation centers open as 24-hour warming centers for at least the next two days. The locations are: Zelma Watson George Recreation Center – 3155 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Collinwood Recreation Center – 16300 Lakeshore Blvd. Gunning […]

  via Wkyc: On Tuesday, voters in Cleveland will make an important decision about the future of the city. They’ll narrow down the field of mayoral hopefuls. Nine people will appear on the ballot for Cleveland’s mayoral primary. After Tuesday, residents will whittle that number down to just two. Some candidates have a lifetime of […]

The West Side Market is changing its Sunday shopping hours from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ten months ago, the West Side Market announced it would add Sundays to the venue’s operations. After monitoring traffic coming in and out of the West Side Market, the City of Cleveland said […]

The city of Cleveland and the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) will conduct a traffic study in Public Square this week to determine the effect of closing Superior Avenue to buses. Public Square has been the subject of controversy since its reopening in August of 2016, when the city made the decision to keep Superior Avenue closed to buses. In […]

The Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office and the City of Cleveland signed an agreement to give Cleveland police up to $500,000 to install dashboard cameras in 275 patrol cars. The agreement was signed by Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty and Cleveland Finance Director Sharon Dumas Tuesday afternoon. According to the Prosecutor’s Office, the dashboard cameras will sync […]