Office of the Mayor

Community Relations Board’s “Race Relations Initiative” Report

At a press conference on Sept. 13, Mayor Frank G. Jackson discussed the findings of the Community Relations Board’s “Race Relations Initiative” report. The report is the culmination of a series of community dialogues throughout the City of Cleveland that invited guests to explore race relations in the city. The report includes context about the history of race relations in Cleveland, a look at where the city is today and suggestions on how to improve race relations in the city in the future.

"Cleveland is a great city. Through the years, we have built world-renowned institutions including our orchestra and our museums. We support nationally recognized sports teams. Our medical and research facilities have created a health care capital in Cleveland and our colleges and universities attract researchers and students from around the world. " -more

-Mayor Frank G. Jackson

  • Mayor Frank G. Jackson Hosts First Jobs Match Week: May 15-May 19

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson is hosting the first Mayor’s Jobs Match Week May 15-19. The event is at five recreation centers throughout the City and will connect Clevelanders with meaningful work and opportunity. All participating employers –including the City of Cleveland –are hiring now. Participating companies include United Parcel Service, RTA, Key Bank , Nestle and more.

    Available positions range from entry-level to mid-management and technology.

  • Mayor Jackson Issues Statement Opposing Repeal of Clean Power Plan

    "The Trump Administration’s decision to repeal President Obama’s Clean Power Plan was the wrong decision and I disagree with it. This decision threatens the health and safety of families and communities by worsening climate change and increasing dangerous air pollution. Moving forward with our Cleveland Climate Action Plan, I remain committed to ensuring cleaner air, a stronger economy, and a healthier future for generations to come.”

  • S&P Upgrades City of Cleveland Bond Rating

    S&P Global Ratings has revised the outlook to positive from stable and affirmed its 'A' long-term ratings on the City of Cleveland's previously issued non-tax revenue bonds, series 2010 refunding certificates of participation (Cleveland Stadium Project), and series 2010 annual appropriation bonds (Flats East Project).

  • 2017 Five Year Capital Improvement Program

    The Jackson Administration reinitiated the Capital Improvement Program in 2007 in order to better plan the public investments.Projects implemented by the Capital Improvement Program will shape the physical landscape of Cleveland for generations, and play an important role in the City’s long-term ability to deliver critical services necessary for attracting private investment and making Cleveland a vital, vibrant and connected city.

10/13/2017 - Walkabout Tremont
10/14/2017 - "Nutrition Pit" NPC Natural Northern USA
10/15/2017 - Music Around Town
10/18/2017 - Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra
10/18/2017 - Gospel Music in Cleveland
10/19/2017 - AMS and Rock Hall Lecture Series
10/21/2017 - An Artist Talk
10/21/2017 - The Cleveland Bazaar