Come to a meeting where you’ll have an opportunity to affect plans to improve Taylor Road business districts and make Taylor a “complete street” that accommodates bicyclists, pedestrians and transit, in addition to cars and other motor vehicles.  Your input can make a difference.  

The meeting will be in the atrium at Cleveland Heights City Hall at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 15.  The study will aim to make Taylor Road a more vibrant and attractive street, benefiting both Cleveland Heights and University Heights. NOACA (Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency) staff will work in collaboration with the staff of these cities to create the plan.  Having a good plan is instrumental in getting funds for implementation.

Particular areas of focus will be parking for the Cedar Taylor business district, and how to ensure safety for walkers and bikers around the Hebrew Academy.