at Farmers Market
Bring Your Aluminum Cans!
We are Tremont residents who are passionate about recycling.
- Our mission is to create a grassroots, community-based, comprehensive recycling program here in our amazing Tremont neighborhood.
- Our plan is to implement recycling in a stepwise fashion, starting with aluminum collection.
- Our first presence in Tremont will be at the Farmers Market every Tuesday night, starting on August 4th, and continuing for the remainder of the season.
If you are committed to recycling, please visit our booth and drop off clean aluminum cans. And stay tuned for more information on drop off locations, residential collection, and expansion to glass, metal, paper, and plastic. Together, let's help save this planet! See you Tuesday!
OUR NEIGHBORHOOD COUNTS
Did you fill out your 2020 Census Form?
Only 2 Days Left to Fill Out the 2020 Census!
METROHEALTH VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETING
Wednesday, September 30th, 6pm
ST. FRANCES DAY PET BLESSING
Saturday, October 3rd, 1pm at Pilgrim Church
Sunday, October 4th, 3pm at St. John Cantius
OUR NEIGHBORHOOD VOTES/ NUESTRO VECINDARIO VOTA
New nonpartisan Our Neighborhood Votes!/¡Nuestro Vecindario Vota! yard signs have arrived - one side in English and the other side in Spanish! There are 100 yard signs available in all - get yours while supplies last!
These yard signs are available to residents in Tremont (in Wards 3, 12 & 14 portions), Duck Island, and Irishtown Bend neighborhoods; the yard signs are sponsored by the nonpartisan Our Neighborhood Votes/Nuestro Vecindario Vota residents committee.
The Committee is encouraging a suggested donation of $10/sign to defray printing costs and to support the voter registration/voter engagement work of this grassroots committee of neighborhood residents.
These nonpartisan yard signs can be picked up at the Tremont West offices (fiscal agent for the committee) at 2406 Professor on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays by scheduled appointment (face coverings are required at the office for pick-up). Please contact Scott Rosenstein, Community Involvement Manager at Tremont West, at 216.575.0920 ext. 106 to schedule a yard sign pick-up time.
Signs may also be requested at the Our Neighborhood Votes booth at the Tremont Farmers Market on Tuesday, September 29th (face coverings also required for Market patrons and visitors), between 4:30pm and 7:00pm.
UPDATE: At all our voter registration/engagement events we wear face masks and practice COVID-safe procedures.
TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR FAMILIES IN NEED
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) has made available funds from Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) to provide assistance to families affected by COVID-19. This emergency assistance is designated to assist eligible families with essential needs during the current state of emergency.
Temporary funding through the Prevention, Retention, and Contingency (PRC) program will allow Cuyahoga Job and Family Services (CJFS) to provide emergency assistance to eligible families through a PRC voucher. While limited funding is available, COVID-19 PRC vouchers will provide assistance with additional food assistance, select essential supplies, and housing costs.
Please share the attached with your networks and assist your clients that are in need with applying for the COVID-19 PRC. Help us get the information into the community by posting the information on your social media and in community newsletters. Also, be mindful that the availability of the COVID-19 PRC is temporary and based on the quantity of applications received.
For questions about COVID-19 PRC vouchers call the PRC Information Line at (216) 987-7392 and leave a message. Please allow 48 hours for a response.
Explore the Towpath Trail by Bike and Win Prizes
THE VIRTUAL RIBBON-CUTTING OF THE TOWPATH TRAIL'S STAGE 3 IN TREMONT
TAKE A HIKE TREMONT TOUR
Free online until the end of September
NEAR WEST REC
NWR P.E. Sessions:
Near West Recreation will be organizing small group (less than 8) P.E. sessions for kids in grades K-8 weekdays during the late afternoon and early evenings in the fall. Kids can come out and play low-contact sports (soccer, tennis, baseball, floor hockey, running, etc.) for an hour with other kids. There is no weekly commitments. You will just sign up for the date and time you want your child to participate.
Sign-Ups coming soon!
Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOGA IN LINCOLN PARK
Mondays & Wednesdays, weather permitting, 6-7pm, 7/1-8/26
Yoga in Lincoln Park
Mondays & Wednesdays 6-7pm
Weather permitting, 7/1-9/30
Hosted by Laurie Myers Yoga
When: Wednesdays 6-7pm, July 1 - August 26
Where: under the trees near W. 11th Street and playground area
All level practice. Apprehensive beginners are always welcome and encouraged.
Donation based practice with gratitude.
Cash App: $LaurieMyersYoga
Studio class passes and memberships.
Thursdays, weather permitting, 6pm
Hosted by: Gather Yoga Cleveland
FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION
Tremont West staff put together this list
of food access in Tremont, Duck Island and Irishtown Bend. Please email Dharma Valentin
if you would like to see something changed or added.
Or dial 211
is available through the Cleveland Animal Protective League. Email projectCARE@clevelandapl.org
or call (216) 255-5012 and leave a message.
CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR HOUSING OR AN EVICTION?
You may qualify for free legal representation, call Legal Aid at 216-687-1900
TREMONT APARTMENT FOR RENT
TREMONT WEST HAS AVAILABLE UNITS!!!!!
ALL UNITS HAVE INCOME RESTRICTIONS
1196 Holmden Ave. Two family house available;
1st floor $875.00 per month- plus deposit- appliances, laundry in unit, central air, off street parking & pet friendly with deposit.
2nd floor $775.00 per month - plus deposit- appliances, off street parking & pet friendly with deposit.
2255 W. 20TH 1st -floor $875.00 per month-plus deposit- appliances, central air, off street parking & pet friendly with deposit.
Contact: Mr. Moore
- Improbable Players- Virtual Performance on September 27th- See attached flyer.
- Common Ground Virtual Event on September 22nd- Registration link: https://rb.gy/pav095
- The Metanoia Project- Various Position's Open- See attached flyer(s).
- CMSD Levy Information- See attached flyer.
- Cleveland Public Library tutoring via Zoom- Registration Information-
- Covid-19 Phase II Pooled Fund Coordinator Role Description- See attached flyer.
- Freshwater Cleveland Newsletter Jobs- https://rb.gy/iu9qee
- Lutheran Mammogram Clinic on September 29th- See attached flyer.
- National Kidney Foundation Patient Symposium- See attached flyer.
- Scranton Rd Ministries CDC Learning Pods have spaces!- See attached flyer.
*Merrick House in Tremont is seeking a proctor for the Learning Pod at their site. Please reach out to Jennifer Pullom at email@example.com if you or anyone you know is interested!
CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY NOW HAS CURB SIDE PICK UP
CPL Branches Are Open!
Grab and Go Meals for Youth
M-F, 3-4pm at all CPL locations
Tremont Think and Drink
Learn More Here
Monday, October 12th, 7pm via Zoom
Fall CPL Newsletters
TREMONT WEST OFFICE COVID-19 POLICY UPDATE
Board Resolution passed 7.16.2020 - Due to the continued prevalence of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and emerging recommendations from health care providers and government agencies around best prevention measures and social distancing, Tremont West Development Corporation is hosting its Board of Directors meetings and all Tremont West Committee meetings on the Zoom platform until further notice. We urge all block clubs to consider doing the same and to work with Tremont West organizers to facilitate setting up Zoom meetings. Staff from Tremont West will continue to help facilitate meetings by assisting in creating the agenda, sending out postcards and providing materials. If block clubs host in-person meetings, we advise to host outdoors if at all possible while maintaining social distancing and face mask protocols.
Additionally, we will continue to ask that developers present plans to the block club and the Economic Development Committee. However, due to the City of Cleveland hosting their public review online, we do not believe we can successfully require in-person meetings. Tremont West will work with block club chairs to ensure that members have access to materials and can have a presentation provided. We remain committed to the review process we have worked to establish over many years.
Merrick House has Prevention, Retention and Contingency (PRC) funding available to assist anyone with rent or utility payments. Payments are limited to $125.00 per household and will be paid directly to the vendor. Interested parties should call Merrick House at 216-771-5077 for an application.
*Merrick House is seeking a proctor for the Learning Pod at their site
. Please reach out to Jennifer Pullom at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you or anyone you know is interested!
Please contact Merrick House Early Childhood Director Laurie Santos at 216-771-5077 extension 132 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Tremont Youth Council at Merrick House
Donations needed of Clorox wipes and Clorox/Lysol spray. We need them for the Pandemic childcare.
- Tremont Grinders Basketball Fridays from 5-6:30pm
- Push Thru Athletics Basketball Camp beginning August 24th from 12-1:15pm
- Zumba beginning August 24th on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30pm
- Martial Arts beginning September 3rd on Thursdays from 6-7pm
- Advance Professional Public Speaking Beginning September 14th on Mondays from 3:30-5:30pm
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