Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
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Cuyahoga County Greenprint

Maintaining a robust network of natural places in Northeast Ohio helps shape our quality of life, a healthy environment, and an appealing region. The updated Cuyahoga County Greenprint provides a toolkit to assist communities and property owners in making informed land use decisions. The Greenprint Guide Book presents concepts, analysis, and best practices, while the accompanying Greenprint Viewer offers a wealth of interactive geographic data.

Urban Tree Canopy

Tree canopy is the layer of leaves, branches, and stems of trees that cover the ground when viewed from above. Tree canopy provides improved air and water quality, reduced stormwater runoff, improved natural habitat, and many other benefits. This assessment provides meaningful metrics on the extent of existing and possible tree canopy in the County's communities, watersheds, and neighborhoods.

complete streets Complete Streets

Complete Streets are roadways that are designed and built for everyone of all ages and abilities to access, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and public transportation users. Cuyahoga County is exploring a regional approach to implementing complete streets.


DOPWIC program year 2016 requests are now online.

The Eastside Greenway plan has been completed.

2014 American Community Survey 1-year estimates are available.

Application materials for NRAC greenspace conservation funding are available.

Our next board meeting will be held on October 8.

The Orange Village Community Survey has been completed.

Learn about our Planning 101 workshops.