Help be part of the re-imagining of a walkable, vibrant downtown!
The City of Euclid is teaming up with NOACA's Street Supplies and the Better Block Foundation and we need YOUR help to create 'Pop-Up Parkway', a vision for equitable, safe spaces for pedestrians, cyclists and motorist between the street curbs by creating parklets, bike corrals, buffered bike lanes, mid-block decorative crosswalks, pedestrian medians and more on-street parking.
We are merging engineering studies and previous event set-ups to create a road-diet (that could lead to permanent implementation of aspects of the temporary project) from E.218th Street to E.222nd Street on Lakeshore Blvd.
The one-month long demonstration project kicks off with the annual 'This Is Euclid' Art Walk on Saturday, September 15th. We are looking for volunteers to help create the pop-up and also gather feedback from its users. Volunteer slots beginning at 9am on Saturday. The Art Walk begins officially at 2pm.
Please join us in creating a vibrant, lively street with pop-up food, music, live-art and more.
WHEN ELSE WILL YOU BE INVITED TO TAPE, PAINT AND PLANT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET?! No special skills needed – but if you are good at assembling IKEA furniture – we need you! Bright yellow vests, snacks and water will be provided to all volunteers.
Visit the City of Euclid’s website for more information.
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Allison Lukacsy-Love is the Community Projects Manager at the City of Euclid. You can reach her at (216) 289-8160 or by email at email@example.com