The Strongsville Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative
On September 3, 2021, Mayor Thomas P. Perciak announced the launch of the Strongsville Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative.
Opportunities to Help
To help fund the initiative, the City of Strongsville is seeking local, regiional and state grants. In addition, a violunteer committee of Strongsville business leaders and representatives from civic organizations has been created to raise money locally for the new amenities.
The funding plan includes opportunities for naming rights, sponsorships and other individual, business or civic group donations. Please click here for more information on the plan and donating opportunities
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Strongsville Town Center Studies
In preparation for future area enhancements, the City of Strongsville has partnered with expert third-party planning organizations to study the area. Listed below are links to the completed studies.
Strongsville Master Plan
(May 2019) - Prepared in partnership with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, the Master Plan details the enhancement and connection of the Town Center (pg. 80-84).
Strongsville Wayfinding Analysis Report
(May 2019) - Prepared in partnership with Guide Studio, the Wayfinding Analysis Report highlights strategies to identify City amenities through proper signage and branding.
Strongsville Town Center District Redevelopment Plan
(August 2015) - Prepared in partnership with the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), the Town Center District Redevelopment Plan details ways to improve connectivity and walkability, as well as redevelopment strategies for the Town Center. The plan has been a critical component in the recent redevelopment of the Town Center, detailing the need for improved crosswalks, as well as the reconfiguring of the Royalton Road/Pearl Road intersection.
Strongsville Walkable Community Workshop Report
(February 2009) - Prepared in partnership with the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), the Strongsville Walkable Community Workshop Report focuses on creating an environment that supports pedestrians and bicyclists at the Town Center. Many of the recommendations in the report have been implimented.