Over more than a decade of study and planning, these dedicated individuals have provided critical expertise and feedback in designing a boulevard that supports neighborhood planning initiatives, fosters desired job creation, and creates the most positive impacts for the communities through which it traverses.

This committed and active group continues to grow in number as its focus turns from shaping the boulevard itself to tackling the intricate and multifaceted efforts of supporting economic growth in the surrounding community.

The Opportunity Corridor Partnership office is continually interfacing with this diverse network of stakeholders and community representatives in working to coordinate a long-range strategy for maximizing the economic opportunity for the adjacent neighborhoods.  This includes the input and expertise from the following stakeholders:

Subcommittee Representation

NEIGHBORHOOD RESIDENTS

NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS OWNERS

Bike Cleveland

Buckeye-Shaker Square Development

Burten Bell Carr Development

Calvary Hill Church of God in Christ

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Foundation

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

City of Cleveland Community Development

City of Cleveland Economic Development

City of Cleveland Planning Commission

Commission on Economic Inclusion

Cuyahoga Community College

Cuyahoga County

Cuyahoga County Land Bank

Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA)

E.R. & W.G. Mather Foundation

Elizabeth Baptist Church

Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

Fund for Our Economic Future

Greater Cleveland Partnership

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

Gund Foundation

Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

KSU Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative

LAND studio

NAACP Cleveland Chapter

Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA)

Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD)

Ohio Department of Transportation, District 12

Ohio Means Jobs

PNC Bank

Slavic Village Development

Towards Employment

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

University Circle, Inc.

University Hospitals

The Urban League of Greater Cleveland

The planning process for the Opportunity Corridor has engaged a complex and diverse group of stakeholders encompassing neighborhood residents, business owners, religious, medical, and educational institutions, community organizations, elected officials, and professionals in urban design, transportation, transit, community and economic development, and art.

OUR PARTNERS

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