This past summer and fall, Cleveland Neighborhood took an in-depth look at what residents wanted to see Cleveland Park become. We spent hours at the park talking to park users, knocking on doors of nearby neighbors, collecting surveys of Cleveland residents and hosting focus groups with neighbors. Join us on February 11th from 6:30-7pm at the CNA Offices for a brief presentation and conversation around the final community vision document.
Thanks to the tireless work of Landscape Architecture student, Amber Hill, and Professor, Kristine Miller, our community engagement efforts have resulted in a final vision that we can use as an advocacy tool when talking with the Park Board, which has funding allocated for Cleveland Park in 2017, as well as other potential funding sources. This visioning project will also help to tie together two previous efforts by Cleveland residents: to help vision future development on the north west corner of Penn and Lowry Avenue and input on a master plan for the Lucy Craft Laney school grounds.
Please come out to the event or stay tuned to the website for the complete document available for you online . Cleveland Park is your park, your community space, your common space with your neighbors so be sure to come out and share YOUR vision for Cleveland Commons 2020!