The City of Cleveland today made the following announcements:
Cleveland Police Update Regarding Shooting near W 9th and Frankfort /Superior Area
The Cleveland Division of Police is investigating a felonious assault shooting incident which occurred today at approximately 1pm.
The male victim, age 23, was driving in a vehicle and stopped at a light on West 9th Street at West Superior Avenue. The suspect vehicle, a black Nissan Sentra with no plates, pulled alongside the victim and fired shots into the victim’s vehicle. The victim was hit one time in the hip. The suspect vehicle fled over the Detroit/Superior bridge.
At this time investigators believe that this was NOT a random shooting and that the victim was targeted in connection to other crimes. This matter remains under investigation. Detectives are working with the Real Time Crime Center on this case. Anyone with information please call 911 or report anonymously via Crimestoppers at 216-25-CRIME.
Edgewater Parking Restrictions
When parking lots at Upper Edgewater reach capacity, the northbound lanes of West Boulevard may be temporarily closed to vehicle access at Lake Avenue to alleviate traffic congestion in the area of Edgewater Park and the Edgewater Neighborhood. Motorists are reminded that Cliff Avenue and Edgewater Drive are both streets designated “No Parking Anytime” and vehicles parked in the area are subject to citation or may be towed at the owner’s expense. The Cleveland Division of Police will work with Cleveland Metroparks Police Department to ensure the safety of those in and around Edgewater Park and to enforce traffic laws and parking regulations.
Other Important Reminders
Parking Restrictions Announced During Home Baseball Games
As Progressive Field has announced that fan capacity will return to normal levels, the Cleveland Division of Police has instituted a parking ban in the area of Rocket Mortgage Field House and Progressive Field which will be in effect during home baseball games. Motorists are encouraged to check meters and signage prior to parking for games or events.
The parking ban extends from:
· Prospect Avenue at Ontario Street to E. 9th Street
· West Huron from Ontario Street to Prospect Avenue
· E. 4th Street from Prospect Avenue to West Huron
· High from E. 2nd to E. 4th Street
· E. 2nd Street from High to Prospect
· E. 9th Street Euclid Avenue to Bolivar Avenue
· Bolivar Avenue from E. 9th Street to E 6th Street
To view a map of the no-parking zones, click here.
City of Cleveland Announces Participation in Nationwide “Month of Action”
Mayor Frank G. Jackson today announced that the City of Cleveland will be participating in the United States Conference of Mayor’s “Month of Action” Vaccine Challenge. The U.S. Conference of Mayors is launching its month-long challenge to get Americans vaccinated on June 4, with a goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated by the 4th of July.
This effort is led by the United States Conference of Mayors in conjunction with President Joe Biden, the White House, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Though more than 290 million shots have been administered in cities nationwide since December 2020, only 49% percent of adults have received one shot or been fully vaccinated.
To view the full press release from the U.S. Conference of Mayors, click here.
For more information on the “Mayors Challenge” including a list of participating mayors, see here. To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, head to vaccines.gov or call the National COVID-19 Vaccination Assistance Hotline at 1-800-232-0233.
City of Cleveland Encourages Residents to Practice COVID-19 Safety Measures
Mayor Frank G. Jackson lifted the city’s Proclamation of Civil Emergency upon its expiration May 31. In light of this, Mayor Jackson and the City of Cleveland strongly recommend and encourage residents to continue adhering to health guidelines:
- Get vaccinated. The Cleveland Department of Public Health (CDPH) offers vaccination clinics each week at various locations. To schedule an appointment or get information on CDPH vaccination events or other local vaccine providers, call the City of Cleveland’s COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center at (216) 664-2222
If you have not been vaccinated, continue to follow CDC guidelines:
- Continue to wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth in public settings and anywhere you will be around other people who do not reside in your household.
- Stay 6 feet apart from others who do not reside in your household.
- Avoid crowds.
- Avoid indoor areas that are poorly ventilated.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
City of Cleveland Establishes Call Center to Answer General Vaccine Distribution Questions
The City of Cleveland has established a call center that is currently available to answer general questions pertaining to the City’s vaccine distribution efforts and assist eligible individuals in scheduling an appointment to receive the vaccine.
- Call Center Number: (216) 664-2222
- Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
As a reminder, only individuals who meet the Ohio Department of Health’s criteria are eligible to receive the vaccine at this time. Due to limited supply, it will take time for eligible individuals to receive the vaccine. We ask for your patience. As we receive additional supply, we will be opening up additional vaccination sites and scheduling appointments for eligible individuals to receive the vaccine.
Upcoming Cleveland Transformation Alliance Meetings
The Cleveland Transformation Alliance Committee (CTA) is currently hosting public meetings via Zoom or Microsoft Teams. For more information on these meetings, please visit http://www.myCLEschool.org. See details for upcoming meetings below:
Cleveland Transformation Alliance Board Meeting
June 14 at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom
Meeting ID: 989 1022 3903
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