Boulevard Neighbors plans Nov. 4 community meeting on safety
Boulevard Neighbors, one of Cleveland Heights’s newest community associations, invites residents to its next community meeting, Improving Safety in Our Neighborhood, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m., at Temple Beth El, 3246 DeSota Ave.
Officer Andrew Watkins, of the Cleveland Heights Police Department’s Community Response Team, will address questions raised by members of Boulevard Neighbors in previous meetings, including providing information about the Block Watch program, and will also take questions from those in attendance.
Boulevard Neighbors comprises streets around Boulevard School, from Mayfield Road to Berkeley Road (north to south), and Taylor Road on the east to Lee and Cumberland roads (east to west).
The organization has held three previous community meetings, all of which have been attended by at least 50 neighbors, where residents have come together to network, address common issues, and work together to affect positive change in the neighborhood.
To join Boulevard Neighbors e-mail list, and for more information about the organization, visit www.boulevardneighbors.org.
Rachel DeGolia is a member of the organizing committee for Boulevard Neighbors.