Chris Anderson, a resilient 19-year-old who has weathered numerous storms in his young life, is now using his experiences to provide support and guidance for those in need within our community.
Cuyahoga County Blog
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), landfills received 27 million tons of plastic in 2018. This was 18.5% of all municipal solid waste landfilled. Single-use plastics are small, but they have a large impact on the environment.
Juneteenth is now marked as a day to recognize the end of slavery and to celebrate the culture and achievements of African Americans. Here in Cuyahoga County, there are many ways to celebrate Juneteenth.
On Saturday, April 22, roughly 200 residents gathered at Merwin’s Wharf to participate in a guided bike ride as part of “Celebrate Trails Day” festivities, joining County Executive Chris Ronayne, Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb, and Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman.
Cuyahoga County is encouraging municipalities and non-profits to restore their tree canopy by applying for the latest round of the Healthy Urban Tree Canopy Grant Program.
In February, Cuyahoga Job and Family Services (CJFS) and the Ohio Department of Medicaid began completing the renewal process for Medicaid benefits.
Carl B. Stokes had a transformational impact on the City of Cleveland and the entire country, becoming the first Black mayor of a major U.S. city in 1967.
The namesake of our Health and Human Services building, Jane Edna Hunter (1882-1971), devoted her life to improving the conditions of Black women and is featured in a painting and statue in the building.
In the second part of our Cuyahoga County Black History Month Series, our trip to the County Archives helped us learn about Sara Lucy Bagby Johnson, the last slave prosecuted under the Fugitive Slave Act.
Cuyahoga County has a rich history, and many residents have left a lasting legacy and impact on the region and the country.
The last part of our Black History Month Series will focus on Garrett Morgan. By taking a trip to the County Archives, we were able to take a deep dive into Morgan’s impact and contributions to Cuyahoga County and the entire country!
Everyone in Cuyahoga County benefits from public transportation—it impacts economic development, ensures sustainable lifestyles, and enhances quality of life. It’s also critical infrastructure that millions of residents rely on for their trips every year.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Revision is accepting complaints challenging property values until March 31, 2022. Residents have the option to file a paper complaint, but there are several advantages to electronically filing a complaint online.
You may not know it, but the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department has been instrumental to Northeast Ohio in the fight against what is believed to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world – Human Trafficking.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Cuyahoga County, from Thursday, December 22 through the weekend.
Heading into the holiday season, the temperatures fall, there are more indoor gatherings, and it is more likely that there will be a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
The Cuyahoga County Innovation Academy has been a hive of activity, with sessions for Green Belt certification and Yellow Belt training in the last few weeks.
Cuyahoga County has been named a 2022 “Digital Inclusion Trailblazer” by the National Digital Inclusion Alliance. This is a highly competitive award, with Cuyahoga County being one of only nine counties in the entire country to achieve this designation.
The Office of Innovation & Performance has launched a new public dashboard for the County’s Cuyahoga Performance platform to help residents more easily navigate departmental data and information.