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Cedar Taylor Gateway Preliminary Plan

The city is looking for feedback on the preliminary streetscape and green space plan for the Cedar Taylor business area. To see pictures of the preliminary plan and provide your thoughts and feedback, visit the Cedar Taylor Gateway Preliminary Plan webpage.

Tree Pruning

The city’s winter tree-trimming project will take place over the next three months on Silsby, Elmdale, Claver, and Milton Roads. Please know the trees are trimmed according to a prescription assigned to each tree by the city arborist. This prescriptive trimming will shape the growth of the tree over the next decade and is an important component of our efforts to keep your tree lawn trees healthy. See if your tree lawn tree is on the pruning list and learn what the tree codes are.

Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Throughout 2015 the Northeast Ohio Coordinating Agency (NOACA) studied Cedar and Warrensville Center Roads, including inviting public input and conducting traffic studies. The results of their study include recommendations for improvements to make the thoroughfares safer and more livable for walkers, bicyclists, motorists, and public transit. Below are links to the full report and a summary of the proposed projects.

Full TLCI Plan for Cedar and Warrensville Center Roads
Summary of TLCI Report for Cedar and Warrensville Center Roads

University Heights Community Park

On July 24, 2016 the city cut the ribbon on the new 6.24-acre University Heights Community Park. With greenspace, 2 playgrounds, a gazebo, nature play area, 1/3 mile walking/running path, and restrooms, the park offers residents a variety of recreation options. We invite you to learn more about the park in the blog history and pictures of the park as it was being developed.

Purvis Park Tennis Courts

On July 24, 2016 the city cut the ribbon on the new 6.24-acre University Heights Community Park. With greenspace, 2 playgrounds, a gazebo, nature play area, 1/3 mile walking/running path, and restrooms, the park offers residents a variety of recreation options. We invite you to learn more about the park in the blog history and pictures of the park as it was being developed.

University Square

Below is the redevelopment conceptual design for University Square. For a PDF format, click here.

 

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