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Tuesday, June 23, 2009
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Improve downtown public forums

Since 2006, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance has managed the Downtown Cleveland Special Improvement District (SID). The SID collects a special assessment on downtown properties to fund enhanced services, including uniformed safety ambassadors, sidewalk cleaning teams, marketing programs and special events. By state law, SID revenue must be used to enhance, not replace, the level of service that City government can provide. Through the SID, everyone downtown has had a role in helping to achieve the goal of a downtown Cleveland that is safe, clean and vital.

The SID is set to be renewed in 2010 and as a part of the renewal process, the Alliance is seeking feedback on how it can continue to provide services that are of value to ratepayers. Your input will be considered as plans are made to continue an enhanced level of service for downtown Cleveland. To encourage your participation in this survey, we will select three lucky respondent to receive gift certificates at one of our best downtown restaurants. Thank you for your time and interest in Downtown Cleveland!

Click here to begin the online survey

ForumsIn addition to the above online survey, we encourage downtown stakeholders and those interested in the future of Downtown Cleveland to attend a series of upcoming forums. Let your voice be heard on the future of Downtown Cleveland!

Forum OneTuesday, June 23rd8:00-9:30am200 Public Square, 3rd Floor, Great Lakes Room

Forum TwoTuesday, June 23rd2:00-3:30pmIdea Center (1375 Euclid), Main Board Room, 2nd Floor

Forum ThreeTuesday, June 23rd5:30-7:00pmReserve Square Embassy Suites Hotel, Renaissance Room, 7th Floor

Since 2006, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance has managed the Downtown Cleveland Special Improvement District (SID). The SID collects a special assessment on downtown properties to fund enhanced services, including uniformed safety ambassadors, sidewalk cleaning teams, marketing programs and special events. By state law, SID revenue must be used to enhance, not replace, the level of service that City government can provide. Through the SID, everyone downtown has had a role in helping to achieve the goal of a downtown Cleveland that is safe, clean and vital. The SID is set to be renewed in 2010 and as a part of the renewal process, the Alliance is seeking feedback on how it can continue to provide services that are of value to ratepayers. Your input will be considered as plans are made to continue an enhanced level of service for downtown Cleveland. To encourage your participation in this survey, we will select three lucky respondent to receive gift certificates at one of our best downtown restaurants. Thank you for your time and interest in Downtown Cleveland! Click here to begin the online survey ForumsIn addition to the above online survey, we encourage downtown stakeholders and those interested in the future of Downtown Cleveland to attend a series of upcoming forums. Let your voice be heard on the future of Downtown Cleveland! Forum OneTuesday, June 23rd8:00-9:30am200 Public Square, 3rd Floor, Great Lakes Room Forum TwoTuesday, June 23rd2:00-3:30pmIdea Center (1375 Euclid), Main Board Room, 2nd Floor Forum ThreeTuesday, June 23rd5:30-7:00pmReserve Square Embassy Suites Hotel, Renaissance Room, 7th Floor

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