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Storefront Renovation Program (SRP)

601 Lakeside Ave., Room 320
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

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The Storefront Renovation Program assists targeted neighborhood retail districts in becoming attractive, economically viable, and diverse places to shop. The program helps fund the rehabilitation/renovation of (primarily) traditional storefront building exteriors including:

  • Bringing them into Building Code compliance
  • Correction of maintenance items and code violations
  • Renovation of architectural/historic details
  • Site improvements
  • Design and installation of new signage

The Storefront Program offers financial incentives (rebate or loan) combined with free City design assistance to applicants considering an exterior rehabilitation of a commercial structure.  To better meet these objectives, the City partners with neighborhood Community Development Corporations.

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SRP Awards

Every Spring the Storefront Rebate Program applicants who have successfully completed projects in the previous calendar year are invited to a Storefront Program Awards event and recognized by Mayor Jackson for their achievement and investment in Cleveland’s neighborhood retail districts.  Over 150 people attend this much-anticipated event each year.

5/18/2011: SRP Awards Annual Event video exerpt
5/18/2011: 2010 Storefront Renovation Program Completed Projects List

Department of Community Development
Daryl P. Rush Esq., Director
601 Lakeside Ave. Room 320
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

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Mission Statement

   
 

We are committed to improving the quality of life in the City of Cleveland by strengthening our neighborhoods through successful housing rehabilitation efforts, commercial rehabilitation efforts, new housing construction, homeownership, and community focused human services.


– Community Development