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The Cleveland Planning Commission is holding open houses in March.

As part of our study of the East 105/Woodhill/East 93rd Corridor we are holding 4 community open houses. We would like to hear your ideas, suggestions and comments.

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Show Your Love for Your NeighborhoodLet your place know it's appreciated. We'll look for common themes in your responses as we move forward. Take a moment to confess your love for your place. Using the worksheet, reflect on your thoughts about this place and what it means to you.
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Community Open House FlyerThe Cleveland Planning Commission needs your help in planning the East 105th St., Woodhill Rd., and East 93rd St. corridorr. Join us at a community open house in your neighborhood!
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The Cleveland City Planning Commission (CPC)

The Cleveland City Planning Commission (CPC) wants to better connect neighborhoods and set the stage for future investment along the E. 105th–E. 93rd Street Corridor. In partnership with the City of Cleveland, CPC will study existing transportation and land use in these neighborhoods to identify better routes and potential development to benefit residents, business owners, employees, and visitors to the corridor.


About Thrive 105–93

Why Thrive?

New transit, new development, and new public spaces along E. 105th Street, Woodhill Road, and E. 93rd Street help by:

  • providing better access to jobs
  • making people feel safer
  • supporting healthy lifestyles
  • building community pride

We Need Your Help

But we can’t do it alone—we need your help. We want to hear your ideas, concerns, and questions throughout the project so we can do the best for you. Please check out our Resources page for more information and our Get Involved page to make your voice heard. Please follow us on social media and don’t hesitate to contact us at any time!
 
 

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Helpful Links & Related Info

On this page you will find informational links and downloadable resources about the Thrive 105–93 corridor project.
 
 

feb
23
2017
Community Open House Flyer
The Cleveland Planning Commission needs your help in planning the East 105th St., Woodhill Rd., and East 93rd St. corridorr. Join us at a community open house in your neighborhood! download
oct
19
2016
Public Meeting Presentation
Opportunities & challenges brought up at the public meeting on October 19, 2016. download
jul
15
2016
Promotional flyer

Learn more about the Thrive 105-93 corridor project in this downloadable flyer.

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jun
21
2016
Public Meeting Series #1 Agenda

Read the agenda and notes from the first public meeting held June 21-23, 2016.

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jun
21
2016
Presentation
View the presentation slides from the first public meeting held June 21-23, 2016. view

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Current Happenings

Below is a collection of press releases and news articles about the Thrive 105–93 corridor project. If you’d like to stay in the know, please subscribe to our enews using the form at the bottom of this page.
 
 

feb
24
2017
The Cleveland Planning Commission is holding open houses in March.

As part of our study of the East 105/Woodhill/East 93rd Corridor we are holding 4 community open houses. We would like to hear your ideas, suggestions and comments.

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sep
9
2016
Ingenuity to Host “Creative Corridor” Event to Engage Public in AECOM-led THRIVE 105th – 93rd Street Corridor
Ingenuity, along with the AECOM-led THRIVE E. 105th-93rd team (Thrive105-93), will be hosting a Creative Corridor Event to engage the public, garner feedback, and provide a platform for the visioning of creative solutions. The event will be held at IngenuityFest 2016: Awakenings. more
jun
17
2016
City Planning Commissions Study of East 105th and East 93rd Street Corridor
The City of Cleveland has commissioned a transportation and land use study of the East 105th and East 93rd street corridor to help identify transportation-related strategies and treatments for residents and businesses. more

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Make Your Voice Heard

This is your chance to tell us what you really think about the neighborhood that you live and/or work in. We want to hear your thoughts, concerns, and ideas on how to improve neighborhood pride and better connect the many different communities along the E. 105th–E. 93rd Street Corridor. Below are several opportunities to tell us how you feel—so what are you waiting for? Get involved and make your voice heard!
Community Feedback

Please complete our Community Feedback questionnaire to give us an honest assessment of the neighborhood you live and/or work in. The only way change can occur is if we hear from you—so tell us what you think!

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Love Letter

Show your love for your neighborhood. Let your place know it's appreciated. We'll look for common themes in your responses as we move forward. Please take a moment to confess your love for your place. Reflect on your thoughts about this place and what it means to you.

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Neighborhood Pride

Share a personal memory, story, or moment from history that you have learned about from others. Identify the people, places, and events that make you proud of your neighborhood!

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Community Feedback

Please complete our Community Feedback questionnaire to give us an honest assessment of the neighborhood you live and/or work in. The only way change can occur is if we hear from you—so tell us what you think!


Do you live along the corridor?    
 
Do you work along the corridor?
 
What is the corridor’s greatest strength?

What is the corridor’s greatest weakness?

If you could add one thing to the corridor, what would it be?

If you could remove one thing from the corridor, what would it be?

Do you think your neighborhood is a safe place?
 
What makes you feel safe and unsafe in your neighborhood?

Do you own a car?
How often do you walk to destination in the corridor?
 
How often do you use the #10 bus?
 
What would improve the #10 bus experience the most?
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Love Letter

Show your love for your neighborhood. Let your place know it's appreciated. We'll look for common themes in your responses as we move forward. Please take a moment to confess your love for your place. Reflect on your thoughts about this place and what it means to you.
  • What is it about your neighborhood that keeps you here?
  • Describe how your relationship with the neighborhood can grow in the next five years.
  • Focus around points of interest, passion, and pride.



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Neighborhood Pride

Share a personal memory, story, or moment from history that you have learned about from others. Identify the people, places, and events that make you proud of your neighborhood!
Dear Neighborhood,



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Questions & Comments

Cleveland City Planning Commission
601 Lakeside Avenue, Room 501
Cleveland, OH 44114
Marka Fields
Chief City Planner
(216) 664 3465 phone

 
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