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Mayfield Village - Former Mayor Bruce Rinker
Orange Village - Mayor Kathy Mulcahy
Orange Village - Resident Pat Singer and
Mayor Kathy Mulcahy
Beachwood - Council Member Justin Berns
Beachwood - Residents Jillian DeLong and Lindsey Miller
This grant will help fund a three-quarter-mile, multi-use asphalt trail through the median of Gates Mills Blvd. Project highlights include a ten-foot-wide asphalt trail, stormwater improvements, pull-off parking, landscaping improvements, benches, garbage, and pet waste stations. Click the image to read more about the Gates Mills Boulevard connector trail plan.
A TLCI implementation grant was awarded in 2019, for intersection safety improvements at SOM/Mayfield, Gates Mills Boulevard Circle, and Commonwealth/Chelmsford. Click the image to read more about the intersection safety improvement plan.
Marsol Road underpass improvements have been completed and include narrowing the distance from the columns to the roadway on the south side to allow for the installation of an 8' wide multi-use trail on the north side of the underpass. The project was completed in April 2021. Lighting will be installed this Summer. Click the image to read more about the Marsol Road pedestrian improvements.
In 2017, the City of Mayfield Heights applied for and was awarded a TLCI grant from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA). The grant made possible a comprehensive, city-wide study to identify long-term objectives for community connectivity. City Council approved the plan in June 2019. Click the image to read more about the connectivity study.
The Cuyahoga Greenways Plan provides a countywide blueprint for trail development that will create a healthier and more sustainable future for residents of the region. Connecting people to jobs, transit, and parks, through expanding mobility options crossing municipal boundaries, promoting regional collaboration as routes are integrated into future capital projects and land use planning. As such, the Cuyahoga Greenways Plan can be used as the basis for municipal grant applications and other multi-jurisdictional trail development and implementation projects.