KCDC deeply appreciates the major sponsorship of

Fairview Hospital

On Wednesday, May 6th from 5 to 8 PM, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will hold a neighborhood meeting at Clara E. Westropp School, 19101 Puritas Avenue. Changes to Federal Aviation Administration procedures at Hopkins have resulted in increased flights and changing flight patterns over the West Park area. Residents are encouraged to attend this event to discuss the changes with airport officials. Another meeting on the topic will be held Thursday, May 7th, from 5 to 8 PM at Olmsted Falls High School.

West Park youth and those who care about them are invited to meet on May 5th to help shape a strategic plan for West Park youth development that covers children from kindergarten through high school. Participants will see the plan being formulated by Bellaire-Puritas Development with the support of KCDC through MyCom, an initiative funded by the Cleveland Foundation and other organizations. MyCom stands for My Community, and the goal is to involve youth in their community through after-school, weekend, and summer programs. Interested? The meeting takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the Puritas Lutheran Church, 13812 Bellaire Road. Arrive a little early to enjoy pre-meeting entertainment, food, and a chance to win a jersey worn by Anderson Varejao of the Cleveland Cavaliers! If you have questions, please call 216-671-2710.

Neighborhood gardeners have a free opportunity to learn how to grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers in a vermicompost raised bed garden. Maurice Small of City Fresh is heading up two workshops (parts 1 and 2) with no pre-registration necessary on May 13th and May 20th from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM at Fairview Hospital in meeting rooms B & C. Parking will be validated. Come ready to take notes and learn how the lowly earthworm can make your garden grow! For more information, call Tiffany Weiland at 216-476-7995.

A West Park Hoop It Up 3-on-3 basketball tournament takes place on Memorial Day Weekend, May 23rd and 24th in the municipal parking lot at the corner of West 168th Street and Albers Avenue, behind Walgreens. A grand prize of $500 will be awarded to the winning men’s team and the winning women’s team. Children under 18 will compete in age groups with the winning team of each being awarded a party by one of the sponsors. Entry fees are $25 for adults and $20 for children. Call 216-712-6332 to register. Space is limited, so register early! The event is sponsored by West Park Station, PJ McIntyre’s, the West Park YMCA, Papa John’s Pizza, and Fitness Edge with the support of KCDC.

Kamm's Corners Streetscape

Construction of the Lorain Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project continues. Please sure to visit all of our merchants in Kamm's. Yes, they are open for business, and they need YOUR patronage! Parking is tricky, but with a few extra steps, you can get there. Your friends on the North side of Lorain at Jasmine's Bakery, Price's Pub, BJ's Diamond Mine, Starship Earth, Profitness, Kamm's Corners Chiropractic, and Global Technical Recruiters await your visit. Let's do our best to spend a few dollars there to insure that they will be there for us when the construction ends. Click here for details.


The Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market returns June 7th with nearly 30 vendors offering fresh produce and a variety of locally made products! A weekly neighborhood gathering, the market offers live music, chef demonstrations, healthy living features, local artisan spotlights, and horse drawn wagon rides. Our 2008 Farmers Market Volunteer of the Year, Joe Outlaw, is gearing up for the new season with ‘Joe Outlaw’s Walk for the Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market’ and is looking for volunteers to help raise awareness and funds. The walk will begin at the KCFM municipal lot on Sunday, May 31. Visit www.kcfmwalk.org for more info. To sign up for our Farmers Market, e-newsletter, click here.

Farmers Market Logo

The Paint Program is underway. Sponsored by the City of Cleveland's Block Grant fund, the program is administered and implemented in Ward 21 by KCDC as 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 through August 28. For full program details, click here or contact Chris Frohring at 216-252-6559 ext. 1300.


Asphalt Cinema Moves to Impett Park. See a free movie under the stars at our popular Asphalt Cinema returning for a seventh season on the third Friday of June, July, and August, but at a new location: Impett Park, 3207 West 153rd, behind Warren Village. Added fun this year includes a free music concert before each movie starts. We’ll offer creative games and activities, a bubble gum blowing contest, and refreshments as in the past, starting at 6:30 PM. The first movie, June 19th, is Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, rated PG.

The City of Cleveland's Department of Aging will sponsor its 20th Annual Senior Day, "Spotlight on Our Seniors," on Thursday, May 21st, 2009 at Cleveland Convention Center. There is no charge for participants. Program starts at 10 AM with lunch at Noon. All seniors are invited to attend. Call 216-664-2833 for more information.

The Homeowner's Hope Hotline at 1-888-995-HOPE can offer mortgage counseling, a written financial plan, and assistance with contacting lenders. The help may also be accessed online at www.995HOPE.org. Both are available 24/7. 







Thanks for your interest in the Kamm's Corners Development Corporation and the Kamm’s Corners neighborhood as a whole. Our service area includes all of Ward 21. Our new office is located at 17407 Lorain Avenue, Suite 200, Cleveland, Ohio 44111.

Our mission is “to promote, develop, and guide the Kamm’s Corners neighborhood as the best place to live, work, shop, worship, and play.” We invite you to become a Friend of Kamm’s Corners (click here).