2190 Professor St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Fax (216) 575-0998
TWDC's mission is to maintain and improve the living, business
and cultural conditions for all of Tremont.
The Storefront Renovation Program
Technical loan program
Block Clubs - For names and telephone numbers of contacts in the block clubs, please call Tremont West Development Corporation: (216) 575-0920.
Holmden-Buhrer-Rowley Block Club: Meets monthly to review current issues and problems. Visit their website at: http://www.hbrblockclub.com.
Professor-Thurman-Valley View Block Club: Active group, works with other organizations and institutions, such as Fifth Third Bank and City Year Corps members, to clean up.
North of Literary Block Club: Meets on the second Thursday of every month. The club also has a 50/50 raffle tradition.
Mentor-Castle-Clark: Recently residents have been circulating petitions to rebrick W. 12th Street from Rowley to the I-490 deadend..
Duck Island Block Club: Members enjoy the intimacy and location of thier neighborhood, emphasizing that everyone knows each other and feels safe in this area.
Metro North: Has achieved several neighborhood clean-ups, graffiti paint-overs and progress on the in-fill housing project. Likes to work with other block clubs.
Auburn Block Club: Has an annual spring clean-up and is considering revisions for the Tremont Community Development Plan.
Lincoln Heights/Scranton-Starkweather Block Club: Works closely with the Councilman and residents to solve problems and concerns.
Central Tremont:This group has been working on safety patrol plans. Work on new townhouses in the area beginning the summer of 2004.
Public Meetings - the Juvenile Court Judge
Candidates' Night, Tremont Safety Meeting, & Port Authority
Court Watch: With the objective of slowing down the revolving door of the criminal justice system, this program keeps a persistent presence in the courtroom, with the intent to coax a distracted judicial system into noticing that the citizens of Cleveland are fed up with the apparent failure of their system to control dangerous criminals.
Community and Beautification projects
TEAMS (Tremont Employment Achievement and Maintenance)
Dollar Bank Home Repair Loan Program
Tremont Ridge Loan Program
CLEPP (Cleveland Lead Exposure Prevention Program)
Graffiti Abatement Program
Marketing, Communications and Fund Raising
"Inside Tremont" newsletter
Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival - September 18-19, 2004
Tremont ARTWALK - Tremont Arts Organization
Tremont West's expansion of fund raising efforts have significantly increased to include: Reverse Raffle, Silent Auction, Rummage Sale, and Tremont Road Rally.