Annual Town Meeting May 30
Farmers Market
Streetscape Work to Begin in June; Groundbreaking Today
Paint Program Underway
Asphalt Cinema Returns

Annual Town Meeting
Wednesday, May 30 at 7 p.m.

Join us for the Kamm's Corners Annual Town Meeting—7 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 at Saint Joseph Academy, 3430 Rocky River Drive. Our featured speaker will be Mayor Frank Jackson. Other speakers will include former councilman Michael A. Dolan and current Ward 21 councilman Martin J. Keane. KCDC Executive Director Steve Lorenz will offer updates on current neighborhood projects and future plans.

Put your name in our goblet for a chance to win giveaways at the end of the evening, including several pairs of Cleveland Indians tickets, Ohio Lottery tickets, and gifts from area merchants. The Bob Bohr Award for Community Safety will be presented along with two Community Improvement Awards.

You won’t want to miss this feature-packed event. Click here for more information: Kamm's Corners Events


Stop by the Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market, kicking off at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, June 3 with a performance by Patrick Campbell, former lead dancer with Lord of the Dance! Fresh vegetables, cheese, and bakery, as well as live music by Brand New Hat and a cooking demonstration with famed Tremont restaurant Fahrenheit and chef Rocco Whalen await you in the municipal lot at West 168th Street off of Lorain Avenue. Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information or to volunteer, please call the market manager, Molly Skat, at 216-252-6559, ext. 20 or e-mail her at kcfarmersmarket@gmail.com.  Also, visit the market’s website at www.kammscorners.com/kcfarmersmarket.


Streetscape Update

On May 2, the City of Cleveland Board of Control approved Terrace Construction Company Inc.'s bid for the Kamm’s Streetscape, Phase I. This project, which will run from June to November, sets the stage for the dramatic changes coming next year with Phase II. Phase I consists of the installation of approximately 1.3 miles of underground concrete-encased duct bank and manholes along Lorain Avenue and West 150th Street from a point 360 feet south of Lorain Avenue to Fairview Hospital. Please visit KCDC's Streetscape page and click on NEW—Detailed Phase I Information for more details.

Ceremony Heralds Start of Lorain Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project

Be with us for a ceremony to launch the construction of the Lorain Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project at 3 o’clock today, May 29th, at the Fairview Hospital driveway at West 179th Street and Lorain Avenue. Speakers include Mayor Frank Jackson, Councilman Martin Keane, former councilman Michael Dolan, Fairview Hospital President Jan Murphy, President and CEO of Cleveland Clinic Regional Hospitals Fred DeGrandis, and KCDC Executive Director Steve Lorenz. Join your local merchants and neighbors for this momentous occasion! Free and open to the public.


Asphalt Cinema Returns!

Asphalt Cinema will be back the third Friday of June, July, and August. Mark your calendar NOW to join us for a free movie under the stars in the municipal lot at West 168th Street off of Lorain Avenue. Our first movie will be Happy Feet, sponsored by Fairview Hospital. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. with game booths sponsored by local merchants. Popcorn, sno-cones, beverages, and glow necklaces will be available for purchase. The movie starts at dusk. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and join in the fun!


Paint Program Underway

The Paint Program, sponsored by the City of Cleveland's Block Grant fund and, in Ward 21, administered and implemented by KCDC, is our way of contributing to the beauty of our neighborhood’s homes. Paint Program participants receive vouchers for free paint and prep supplies in exchange for agreeing to follow lead-safe work practices. Paint program applications are available now thru July 31. For an application, or for full program details, go to http://www.kammscorners.com and click on Residential Programs or contact Dave Walker at 216-252-6559 ext. 22 or dave.walker@kammscorners.com.

To qualify, applicants:

  • Must reside in the house being painted
  • Must have income below the following caps:

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The spring issue of Kamm’s Corners Magazine is available online for viewing at KCDC's Community Relations page.


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