About Cleveland

The City of Cleveland is an exceptional Midwestern community. Approximately 400,000 people call Cleveland home. Additionally, this City anchors the Cleveland+ region, which is home to 4 million residents. The City of Cleveland is made up of many vibrant neighborhoods - each offering fantastic amenities and various lifestyle opportunities. Diversity is evident throughout, as Cleveland is home to more than 75 different nationalities and ethnic communities. Our neighborhoods range in size from 2,000 residents to over 34,000. While their size may compare to surrounding suburbs, their quality and value go unmatched in Northeast Ohio. Our wonderful neighborhoods are filled with engaging residents, a thriving business community with an energetic workforce, and an amazing collection of arts, culture, entertainment and recreational opportunities.
Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is a major metropolitan City in Northeast Ohio. It offers over eight miles of lakefront and covers 77 square miles. It is easily accessed by air, sea, and of course, land. The City is serviced by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport. It is home to the Cleveland Cuyahoga Port Authority as well as six recreational marinas. Cleveland also is accessible by many major highways - I-77, I-90, I-480, Route 2, I-176, and I-71 all lead into our great City.

Mayor Frank G. Jackson leads this fine City. He is joined by members of Cleveland City Council in providing leadership for the City’s growth and advancement. The City of Cleveland is supported by entities like Greater Cleveland Partnership, Neighborhood Progress Inc., Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition, and Downtown Cleveland Alliance. Marketing efforts for Cleveland are provided by Positively Cleveland, the CLE+ Marketing Alliance, and LiveCLEVELAND!.

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