The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland.This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.
Detroit Shoreway is located two miles west of downtown Cleveland, extending to W. 85th Street, on a bluff overlooking Lake Erie. Continuing west, Cudell includes the West Eighties and Nineties streets and the Edgewater Parke block club, south of the Edgewater neighborhood and Edgewater Parke.
Dates, Times & Location
Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.
Monday, October 21st, 6pm
Join us for a hands-on workshop – an interactive, participatory session where we will discuss future land use and zoning changes and the development of the form-based code. After the presentation, break into small groups and draw your vision for the future, highlight problems and identifying opportunities. Ideas from each group will be reported back to all participants.
More Public Events
Public Bike Tour
Monday, October 21, 12PM
Bring your bike for a guided tour to learn about these neighborhoods, what issues they face today and ideas for the future. Read more HERE.
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Open Design Studio
Tuesday, October 22 – Thursday, October 24, 9AM – 8PM (daily)
The design studio will be open to the public, so stop in and see what the consultant team is up to, share ideas and check out the process. This is an opportunity to provide input as ideas are evolving!
Lunch and Learns
Tuesday, October 22 & Wednesday, October 23, 12 – 1PM
Bring lunch and watch a presentation on a specific aspect of the project. On Tuesday, the discussion will focus on mobility and transportation and on Wednesday, the discussion will address form-based coding.
Mid-Week Open House
Wednesday, October 23, 6 – 8PM
Stop by the open house to see work so far, ask questions and offer ideas. The event is informal, so come by whenever you can that evening and comment on the progress!
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Work-In Progress Open House
Friday, October 25, 6 – 8PM, Presentation @6:30PM
Attend the work-in progress presentation to see a summary of the design week, view progress so far and learn about next steps. Before and after the presentation, check out drawings from the week that will be hung around the room. Team members will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
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