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Department of Community Development
Department of city government involved in the development of a viable urban community including decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities principally for persons of low and moderate income.
Division of Building & Housing
City department preserving and strengthening the quality and safety of housing through building code enforcement.
Cleveland Housing Code Checklist
Does you house meet code standards? Check by reviewing this diagram from the Division of Building and Housing.
Guide to Permit for Contractors and Homeowners
Information about the necessary steps homeowners and contractors must take to obtain a building permit from the city of Cleveland.
City of Cleveland Landbank Program
The city of Cleveland sells lots of landbanked lots for modifications to existing properties or the construction of new homes. Many non-buildable and buildable lots are sold for only $1 and $100, respectively. Visit the program website for more details.
Neoch-Homeless Street Guide

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