PCU (Portable Camera Unit) Locations 09/29/2014 – 10/19/2014

The following will be active locations for the city’s Portable Camera Units (PCUs) beginning Monday, September 29, 2014.

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These locations will be active from September 29 to October 19, 2014.

11327 Martin Luther King Drive
612 Spring Road
6517 Denison Avenue
12500 Berea Road
4100 Block West 150th Street
7000 Block of Bessermer Avenue
8500 Block of Hough Avenue
5300 Block of Lorain Avenue
6800 Block of Franklin Avenue
800 Block of East 140th Street
7800 Block of St. Clair Avenue
11400 Block Edgewater Drive
4100 Block of Superior Avenue
2400 Block of East 55th Street
2200 Prospect Avenue

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Area Youth Invited To “Play Ball!” At League Park

The City of Cleveland is inviting local area youth to come “Play Ball!” at historic League Park this Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Baseballs, bats, gloves, and other equipment will be provided by the Department of Public Works.

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“Due to the overwhelming response and attendance from the grand opening ceremony, we wanted to ensure that everybody had another opportunity to visit the facility before the end of the season,” said Director of Public Works Michael Cox.

“The ball field will be open and youth will have a chance to hit the ball from the very spot that Babe Ruth hit his 500th home run on August 11, 1929.”

All visitors are welcome to tour the park and stop-by the Baseball Heritage Museum.

League Park is an important part of history, not just to Cleveland but to the sport of baseball. If you missed the grand opening join us on Saturday – tour the museum, hit the ball and run the bases.

When:

Saturday, September 27, 2014

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Where:

League Park

E 66th St & Lexington Ave

What:        

Local area youth invited to play baseball at League Park

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Area Youth Invited To “Play Ball!” At League Park

The City of Cleveland is inviting local area youth to come “Play Ball!” at historic League Park this Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Baseballs, bats, gloves, and other equipment will be provided by the Department of Public Works.

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“Due to the overwhelming response and attendance from the grand opening ceremony, we wanted to ensure that everybody had another opportunity to visit the facility before the end of the season,” said Director of Public Works Michael Cox.

“The ball field will be open and youth will have a chance to hit the ball from the very spot that Babe Ruth hit his 500th home run on August 11, 1929.”

All visitors are welcome to tour the park and stop-by the Baseball Heritage Museum.

League Park is an important part of history, not just to Cleveland but to the sport of baseball. If you missed the grand opening join us on Saturday – tour the museum, hit the ball and run the bases.

When:

Saturday, September 27, 2014

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Where:

League Park

E 66th St & Lexington Ave

What:        

Local area youth invited to play baseball at League Park

It’s Time For The Sparx City Hop!

SPARX CITY HOP 2014 is Saturday, September 20th from 11am – 6pm.

About CITY HOP

Now in its twelfth year, CITY HOP celebrates the connectivity of our community. This renowned one-day event draws 20,000 patrons annually to explore what makes our city so special…connecting them to more than 100 galleries and artist studios, restaurants, several markets and dozens of retail shops.

Free trolley service “hops” patrons to core Cleveland districts including Downtown, the Warehouse District, the Gateway District, Ohio City, Tremont, the Art Quarter, AsiaTown and the St. Clair/Superior District. You can explore the Blue Line route, the Green Line route and the Red Line route all by exploring our page.

2014 SPARX City Hop Map

The Red Line, Green Line and Blue Line trolleys will take City Hoppers
through Downtown and its surrounding neighborhoods.

 

CITY HOP Features

As patrons loop through neighborhoods on Trolleys, they are able to fully grasp the breadth of diversity Cleveland offers…in its architecture, talented residents who celebrate visual and performing arts, and thriving culinary scene. No two neighborhoods are quite alike, and the popularity of CITY HOP indicates that our patrons are drawn to learning more about them.

Trolley Service is complimentary to all patrons and offers three routes that circle around districts and meet at a central interchange at PlayhouseSquare’s US Bank Plaza. Various stops along each route ensure that patrons can exit trolleys as they please to enjoy neighborhoods on foot.

Tour Guides on each trolley share interesting facts and points of interest as patrons relax and enjoy the scenery. Guides share scripted information as the trolley circles their route, ensuring that key points of interest are highlighted and tours are consistent. Guides are also well versed in neighborhoods and able to answer patron questions.

Welcome Centers are located at every trolley stop to ensure that patrons have a place to ask questions and collect information that will enhance their experience as they travel neighborhoods on foot. They are staffed with volunteers and DCA Ambassadors to answer any questions!

Sidewalk Concerts entertain patrons while showcasing both the neighborhoods and our town’s talented performing artists. Each neighborhood features sidewalk concerts in the afternoon while the central interchange at PlayhouseSquare is bustling with performances all day.

New in 2014

The trolley hub is moving to Playhouse Square, right under the new & beautiful chandelier. This will allow us to streamline our routes and access the amenities at that location which allow us to do a variety of activities.

Sparx City Hop Video

Take a look at what City Hoppers can expect during SPARX!!
Click below to watch the video.

PCU (Portable Camera Unit) Locations from September 5th to September 28th, 2014.

The following will be active locations for the city’s Portable Camera Units (PCUs) beginning Friday, September 5, 2014.  These locations will be active from September 5 to September 28, 2014.

  • 2100 Block Clark Avenue
  • St. Clair Avenue and LanceLot Avenue
  • 15900 Lorain Avenue
  • 7600 Clark Avenue
  • 2200 Prospect Avenue
  • 2600 Block of N. Moreland Boulevard
  • W. 104th Street & Madison Avenue
  • 13712 Kinsman Avenue
  • 6411 St. Clair Avenue
  • 17300 Block of Euclid Avenue
  • E. 177 Block Villaview Road
  • 6600 Block of Fleet Avenue
  • 1500 Block W. 25th Street
  • 3200 Block W. 65th Street
  • 2300 Block St. Clair Avenue

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