City schedules next Cleveland Heights Master Plan public meeting for Nov. 1
The third public meeting for the Cleveland Heights Master Plan will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m., in the Cleveland Heights Community Center, at 1 Monticello Blvd.
The meeting will include a short presentation, a brief question-and-answer period, and an opportunity for attendees to review proposed actions, provide feedback, and set priorities for policies and action steps.
Following the public meeting, [Cuyahoga] County Planning will host an online survey that will mirror the information available at the public meeting. In the meantime, the City of Cleveland Heights has provided a link to the survey, at http://bit.ly/2du9JOJ, which will become active following the Nov. 1 meeting. The survey will also be posted on the city's website at that time. Residents are encouraged to complete the survey, which will be open until Nov. 20.
At the first public meeting held in February, residents, business owners and other meeting attendees provided more than 1,000 comments on their vision for the future of Cleveland Heights. The second public meeting built upon that vision to identify policies, goals and actions that can achieve the community's vision.
Information on the master planning process is available at www.clevelandheights.com/master-plan.
Karen Knittel is a Cleveland Heights city planner.