Office of the Mayor

Mayor Jackson Swears-in 135th Cleveland Police Academy Graduates

Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s efforts to reduce violence in Cleveland continue with administering the oath of office to 42 police cadets at the 135th Police Academy Graduation Ceremony held in City Council Chambers on Lakeside Avenue. This will increase the number of officers devoted to fighting crime on the City’s streets.

"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

  • Information on Safety and Traffic Restrictions for the Republican National Convention

    Activities encompassing this designated National Special Security Event will take place Sunday, July 17 through Thursday, July 21. A number of safety restrictions will be in place including security screenings, road closures, parking restrictions, airport and marina closures, airspace restrictions. The public is encouraged to use RTA to travel downtown during this time.

  • July 1st: City Hall Centennial Celebration

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson and other city officials will celebrate the centennial anniversary of Cleveland City Hall on Friday, July1, 2016 at Noon.  The event will feature remarks from city officials, historic photos, and the unveiling of a centennial plaque. City Hall, which was formally dedicated on July 4th, 1916 by Mayor Harry L. Davis, was built for a total cost of $3 Million. The public is invited to attend this free celebration. 

  • Some Little Known Facts about Cleveland City Hall

    The original City Hall had several locations prior to arriving at 601 Lakeside Avenue. One location was the Case Block, a commercial building on Superior Avenue that stood in the present location of the Cleveland Public Library’s main building. The city leased the Case Block from 1875-1906 at $36,000 per year and finally purchased the building from the Case Estate in 1906. 

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