Michael Deemer, President & CEO from The Downtown Cleveland Alliance spoke to Bill about Clean and Safe - Illuminate CLE - Symphony at Sunset
Clean and Safe
- Our Clean Ambassador remain hard at work. This year alone they have collected over 381,000 pounds of trash! That’s equivalent to the weight of 9 RTA buses!
- In addition, we have extended our hours Thursday to Saturday until 3:30 AM
- Did you know our ambassadors can provide assistance with car lockouts, flat tires, jumpstarts, and more
- Our services can be accessed by contacting the Operations Center at 216-621-6000.
- Last week, Downtown Cleveland experienced a public lighting demonstration to be installed along Euclid Avenue.
- The illuminations will ultimately be scaled and replicated throughout the entire space in the first half of 2024.
- The lighting infrastructure provides more than just aesthetic benefits to Downtown Cleveland. The increased lighting deters criminal activity and provides additional safety in the city’s core.
- Lighting up Downtown creates an increased perception of safety by connecting key corridors and encouraging foot traffic and economic activity throughout the core
- This illumination is part of our Reimagining Downtown Plan created in partnership with the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Destination Cleveland, and Greater Cleveland Partnership.
- Our unified goal is to transform Downtown Cleveland into an 18-hour, 15-minute neighborhood that weaves districts and surrounding neighborhoods into a seamless urban fabric.
- This important collaborative effort will complement other place enhancement strategies to attract modern economic activity and provide a world-class experience for all who work, live, visit and play Downtown
Symphony at Sunset
- Pack a picnic and head to North Coast Harbor on Sunday evenings this month from 7:30-9pm to experience the remarkable OPUS 216 ensemble.
- This week Guest artists Lalia Mangione and Rebecca Shasberger from Renovare Music join OPUS 216 for a night of mixed genre music for strings!
- Sunday July 23rd at Voinovich Bicentennial Park
For more information on Downtown Cleveland’s recovery, or if you’re interested in relocating or expanding your business into Downtown Cleveland, visit DowntownCleveland.com