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Sewer district grants send green infrastructure dollars to Cleveland neighborhoods
Join us for a conversation with Cleveland, Philadelphia and San Antonio about the cost of water
What can Cleveland learn from Philadelphia’s ambitious experiment in water billing?
Water has increasingly become more expensive for the people struggling to make ends meet.
Cuyahoga County’s environmental toolkit sets forth planet-changing sustainability practices
Neighborhoods throughout Greater Cleveland have been launching sustainability efforts for years. Now, they’re getting a boost from the Cuyahoga County Department of Sustainability with an updated “Sustainable Cuyahoga” toolkit.
Relief for Northeast Ohio sewer bills is here for renters, but will they access it?
Most eligible low-income residents aren’t tapping into the affordability program; meanwhile, Cleveland water discounts still only apply to property owners.
Basketball courts, baseball diamond, other east side park improvements to follow sewage tunnel projects
Trucks, trailers and cranes will soon occupy parts of Forest Hills Park and Gordon Park, but they’ll leave the parks new and improved after years of work.
Going green: Waterloo Arts to install new green roof and alleyway
Waterloo Arts, a nonprofit organization that provides arts programming and education in the Collinwood neighborhood, is installing a green roof on its building thanks to a green infrastructure grant from the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD). The project will not only fix the organization’s leaky roof, but it will also divert tens of thousands of gallons of rainwater from the storm sewers every year.
How to apply for utility assistance during the pandemic in Ohio
Dealing with a mounting utility bill or shut-off notice can be scary, especially during a pandemic when electricity, water and gas are essential for learning or working from home.