Collinwood Connects: A Neighborhood Family Feud Game
Greater Collinwood Development Corporation was awarded a Neighborhood Solutions grant from Cleveland Neighborhood Progress to support creative efforts and programs designed to improve civic engagement among residents in city neighborhoods throughout Cleveland. We plan to bring Family Feud to the Greater Collinwood neighborhoods and offer residents the opportunity to engage through a fun experience. We will host four neighborhood game nights in locations within our service area. We encourage residents to participate! Gather your team and have a chance to win a micro-grant to support neighborhood connectedness. Stay tuned for more information!
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Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation
Founded in 1982 as Collinwood Villages Development, our name and service area have changed several times through the years, but our commitment to the communities we serve has remained steadfast. Throughout the years we have constructed new homes and retail businesses along St. Clair Avenue, provided land assembly for large scale industrial projects along South Waterloo Rd., engaged residents at community and civic meetings and worked with community stakeholders to craft neighborhood plans that guided neighborhood development. In July 2018 what was Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Development expanded its service area north to the lakefront, and now serves the communities of North Shore Collinwood, Collinwood Village/Five Pointes, Nottingham Village, and Euclid Green.
Greater Collinwood Development Corporation’s mission is to advance equitable and inclusive economic development, community engagement and neighborhood stabilization & revitalization strategies within the communities we serve. To achieve these goals, GCDC focuses its work in the following key areas: real estate development, housing initiatives, community engagement programs, business support services and neighborhood planning.