Residents and Community,
Historical information and data gathered in the City of East Cleveland Master Plan prepared back in 2003 draws from residents, business owners, and merchants and community goals developed by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. As the City continues to move forward it helps to take a look back to assess the progress and things that the City still needs to tackle. Here are excerpts…
People of EC, Geographic location, government representation/city services, physical/environmental/financial assets; housing stock, community organizations and programs
Economic development/job creation; affordable housing/housing issues; infrastructure repair and improvements; community image; commercial/retail development; public safety and crime prevention; health issues/needs; child/youth issues/needs; community and family values; increased communication; open space and recreation; government functions.
Primary Goals Outlined by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission:
Strengthen employment and economic development opportunities; Maintain and revitalize neighborhoods, provide suitable living environment, develop and strengthen partnerships; enhance the management of the City government; and improve community image (aka branding/appearance).
Attached are the supporting refined secondary goals :
The Master Plan is further detailed in 14 chapters which focus on the following topics:
Chapter 1 Community Goals
Chapter 2 Demographics
Chapter 3 Land Use
Chapter 4 Building Construction
Chapter 5 Housing Plan
Chapter 6 Quality of Life
Chapter 7 Park and Rec Analysis
Chapter 8 Commercial/Industrial Market Analysis
Chapter 9 Parking Analysis
Chapter 10 Public Facilities and Infrastructure
Chapter 11 Historical Preservation Strategy
Chapter 12 Alternative Development Plans
Chapter 13 Final Development Plan
Chapter 14 Strategic Management Plan
For more details you may contact the City Council Office or your City Council. This will be a topic on the next Contracts & Property Committee.