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7th Annual Potluck in the Park

7th Annual Potluck in the Park

The 7th annual Potluck in the Park was held at the Dunham Tavern Museum. The potluck, which is one of the largest in the city, celebrated local food and neighborhood sustainability. The gathering included live music and family-friendly interactive entertainment. The event was sponsored by Sustainable Cleveland 2019, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, Neighborhood Connections, Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association, and Ward 7 Councilman Basheer Jones.

Potluck in the Park

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Mayor’s Office of Sustainability Holds 2018 Summit

Mayor’s Office of Sustainability Holds 2018 Summit

Sustainable Cleveland 2019 held its 10th annual summit September 20-21 in Cleveland Public Hall. More than 500 attendees gathered to learn more about new innovations and share ideas for the future of sustainability in Cleveland. Mayor Frank G. Jackson welcomed participants to the event. Chief of Sustainability Matt Gray announced at the event that the City of Cleveland aims to reach 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.

2018 Sustainability Summit

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RFPs/RFQs: Professional Energy Engineering, Design and Support Services for 2018 Energy Services IDIQ Contract

The City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability has released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the solicitation of professional services for specialized energy engineering, design and support service, and invite your firm to supply a proposal for consideration.  Services will be provided to the City on an as-needed basis and will include, but are not limited to, detailed energy assessments and audits, commissioning, energy modeling, metering design and implementation, building automation/systems integration, lighting design, and renewable energy assessments.  The full RFP and all exh

City Seeks Questions from Residents Regarding Waste and Recycling for Twitter Chat

City Seeks Questions from Residents Regarding Waste and Recycling for Twitter Chat

The Twitter Chat will be held on the City of Cleveland Twitter page on Sept. 5th at 11:30 a.m. Two waste collection and recycling gurus will be taking your questions: Kristin Hall, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and Terrell Cole, Deputy Chief of Operations.

Waste Collection and Recycling Regulation Enforcement- Improper Waste Set Out Information

Waste Collection and Recycling Regulation Enforcement- Improper Waste Set Out Information

As of August 1st, the Department of Public Works, Division of Waste Collection is issuing citations for violations of City of Cleveland waste collection and recycling regulations. There is information about improper waste set out that residents should know, and the city has provided a tip sheet to let residents know what can be recycled and what cannot. 

 

2018 City of Cleveland Rain Barrel Workshops

2018 City of Cleveland Rain Barrel Workshops

Youth participating in Mayor Jackson’s Youth Summer Employment Program will be hosting weekly Rain Barrel Workshops in neighborhoods throughout Cleveland. All Northeast Ohio residents within the Cleveland Division of Water and Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District service area are welcome to attend the Rain Barrel Workshops and receive a free rain barrel!

Arbor Day in the City of Cleveland

Arbor Day in the City of Cleveland

Mayor Frank G. Jackson celebrated Arbor Day in the sunshine at a tree planting at Franklin D. Roosevelt Academy in the Glenville neighborhood. At the event, Cleveland Metropolitan School District students and staff – joined by volunteers and staff from the Western Reserve Land Conservancy and Holden Forests & Gardens – planted trees around the school.  

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