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U. S. Department Energy Recognizes Cleveland Partners for Leadership in Saving Energy

Recently, the United States Department of Energy recognized Cleveland partners for their leadership in saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Through the Better Buildings Challenge, Cleveland area partners including the City of Cleveland, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, the Cuyahoga Housing Authority and Forest City Enterprises have committed to reducing their energy use by 20 percent across their entire building portfolios over the next decade.  More >>

  
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+ Friends of the Cleveland Kennel Present Annual Art Fur Animals

1030 - Friends of the Cleveland Kennel Present Annual Art Fur AnimalsTickets are available for this annual event which will be held on Saturday, May 30th at Red Space. All proceeds raised at the event will go directly to the care of animals. More >>

+ Steps to Financial Well-being for Seniors

1188 - Steps to Financial Well-being for Seniors There will be an Economic Security Project Open House hosted by the Department of Aging and the Rose Center for Aging Well on Friday, May 1, at Gunning Recreation Center 16700 Puritas Avenue from 10 am to Noon. More >>

+ World Wildlife Fund’s We Love Cities Contest

1187 - World Wildlife Fund’s We Love Cities ContestCleveland has been selected as a finalist in the “We Love Cities” contests! Cleveland lovers can vote online daily or post photos and comments on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #welovecleveland. More >>

+ Community Development Consolidated Plan /2015-2016 Action Plan

1180 - Community Development Consolidated Plan /2015-2016 Action PlanThe plan details spending by the Department of Community Development of approx. $27.7 million in US HUD funds from 6/1/2015 to 5/31/2016. Programs include: Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnership, Emergency Solutions Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS. Comments accepted through 4/6/2015 via email. More >>

+ 4/11/2015: Minority Health & Wellness Fair

1179 - 4/11/2015: Minority Health & Wellness FairThe Mt. Zion Congregational Church on Magnolia Drive hosts this wellness fair with special guest speakers Senator Sandra Williams and Delilah Wright Grayer. Free screenings and demos included in the event. More >>

+ Traffic Patterns During Public Square Renovation

1176 - Traffic Patterns During Public Square RenovationDuring the renovation, Ontario St and Superior Ave within the square will be closed to all traffic. The surrounding roadways and Rockwell Ave will offer access to bus traffic and local vehicular traffic only. Updates to traffic patterns during the renovation can be found here.

+ NEO Selected in Inaugural Launch of Small Business Mobile App

1175 - NEO Selected in Inaugural Launch of Small Business Mobile AppThe developer of the whaddayawannado mobile app, Imprompt2 LLC, has agreed to partner with the Cleveland Police Foundation and affiliate charities to help locally-owned businesses attract customers during slow periods by offering exclusive discounts and rewards to customers, all while benefiting local charities. More >>

+ TracFone Wireless Customers May be Eligible for Refund

1173 - TracFone Wireless Customers May be Eligible for RefundAn FTC lawsuit says that Straight Talk, Net10, Simple Mobile, and Telcel America advertised "unlimited data" plans, but slowed or cut off service for some customers. TracFone Wireless has agreed to settle charges that claims were misleading. More >>

+ Seniors, Save the Date: Wednesday May 20th

1170 - Seniors, Save the Date: Wednesday May 20thMay is Older Americans Month, and this year the Department of Aging will present the 26th Annual Senior Day at Cleveland Public Hall. All seniors are invited to attend this free event. More >>

+ Cleveland Kennel Now Open on Sundays

1166 - Cleveland Kennel Now Open on SundaysThe City of Cleveland is pleased to announce that the Cleveland Kennel is now open on Sundays to the general public for adoption and reclaiming services More >>

+ Y.O.U.’s Summer Youth Employment Program Registration Now Open

1165 - Y.O.U.’s Summer Youth Employment Program Registration Now OpenRegistration is now open for summer employment for teens, but will close at 5:00pm on Friday, May 1, 2015. The program matches Cuyahoga County teenagers, ages 14-18, to meaningful summer work experiences in the public, nonprofit, and for-profit sectors. Press Release: English Spanish More >>

+ Air Show Poster Contest Extended!

1156 - Air Show Poster Contest Extended!Due to extreme weather in February and school closings, the Youth Art National Air Show Poster Contest has been extended to March 27th, 2015. More >>

+ Medicare Open Enrollment Video

1141 - Medicare Open Enrollment VideoThis short, informative video features Emily Muttillo from the Department of Aging and Semanthie Brooks from the Benjamin Rose Institute. Topics include what open enrollment is, when it takes place, who is required to make changes, what a formulary is, how to know if medication is covered, and how to sign up. More >>

+ 2015 Waste Collection Fee Exemption Packets Available

1127 - 2015 Waste Collection Fee Exemption Packets AvailableThese forms are for qualified property owners of vacant homes or multi level properties with vacant units. The packets must be completed and returned to the Division of Assessments and Licenses by March 31, 2015. More >>

+ The Flu + You- Information for Seniors

1102 - The Flu + You- Information for SeniorsFlu is a contagious disease that can be severe and life-threatening, especially for adults 65 and older. Flu + You educates older adults and those who care for them about the seriousness of the flu, the importance of prevention, and available vaccine options. Flu + You Flyer More >>

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