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Cleveland Preparing for Republican Convention Mar 29, 2016
100 plus Days to the RNC Convention starting July 18

New Councilman Appointed Mar 18, 2016
Kerry McCormack unanimously approved by council to represent Ward 3

Tobacco Purchase Age Increases to 21 Mar 08, 2016
Starting April 14, stores in the Cleveland will be prohibited from selling cigarettes, tobacco or other smoking products, including electronic cigarettes to anyone less than 21 years of age.

2016 Budget Hearings Feb 03, 2016
Mayor Frank G. Jackson has prepared his proposed budget for 2016

Black History Month Celebration Kick-Off Feb 03, 2016
The City of Cleveland opened Black History Month with a Celebration themed, Cleveland: The Faces of Sacrifice on February 1st in Cleveland City Hall Rotunda

36th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Concert Jan 16, 2016
On Saturday, January 16, 2016, the Cleveland Orchestra performed its 36th annual Martin Luther King Jr. birthday concert at Severance Hall.

Fiesta de Reyes Jan 08, 2016
The City of Cleveland Community Relations Board hosted its annual Three King’s Day Celebration (Fiesta de Reyes) at the Hispanic Youth Center on Scranton Road Street in Ward 14 on January 8.

City Announces Community Effort to Address Infant Mortality Jan 05, 2016
"Our infant mortality rate isn't just bad," Kelley told the group. "It's not just unacceptable. It's appalling and it's shocking, and it has to shock all of us into action."

Season's Greetings! Dec 17, 2015
Happy Holidays from Cleveland City Council

The Bygone Days of Bath Houses Nov 18, 2015
During an Era When Indoor Plumbing Was a Luxury, Cleveland Operated Public Bath Houses in its Neighborhoods

Voters in Cleveland go to the polls Tuesday, November 3 Oct 30, 2015
Due to election day, there will be no council meeting Monday, November 2

Council Proposes Change to City Charter regarding Civil Service hirings Oct 07, 2015
On November 3rd, Cleveland voters will be asked to change the City Charter with regards to hiring police officers and other civil service employees.


Deepest Sympathies to State Representative Martin J.Sweeney and Family Sep 15, 2015
We extend our deepest sympathies to former Cleveland City Council President and current State Representative Martin J. Sweeney who lost his wife Kate

Glenville (Ward 10) Dog & Cat Wellness Day Sep 13, 2015
Free Services for Glenville (Ward 10) Pet Owners

1st Anniversary of the Historic League Park Aug 29, 2015
This celebration will include free activities for visitors and will feature the City of Cleveland administration vs. Cleveland City Council baseball game.

African American Cultural Garden Construction Underway Aug 26, 2015
Workers have begun Phase 1 of the African American Cultural Garden in Rockefeller Park. The first phase of the two-phase project is expected to be completed by November.

Remembering and Honoring the Life of Congressman Louis Stokes Aug 19, 2015
Congressman Louis Stokes will be remembered in the annals of American history as one of the greatest African American politicians of his time.

ARCHIVES 2015 Conference Aug 18, 2015
Thousands of archivists from throughout the nation are gathering in Cleveland this week for the 79th annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists.

PUBLIC NOTICE Jul 15, 2015
Cleveland City Council - Utilities Committee

Cleveland City Council’s Agenda Forward Jun 18, 2015
In its third century, Cleveland is well positioned for growth and prosperity.

PUBLIC NOTICE Jun 08, 2015

Ward 7 Community Resource Fair May 28, 2015
Councilman TJ Dow hosted the Ward 7 Community Resource Fair at the Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center

City Council's Committed to Assisting Residents with Limited English Proficiency May 21, 2015
Council has begun efforts to make Cleveland more open and accessible to those with limited commands of the English language

City Council Clears Way for Museum Expansion May 18, 2015
City Council has cleared the way for a massive expansion of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.