Kids & Teens

Cleveland Becomes a Say Yes to Education City

The City of Cleveland has officially been named a Say Yes city. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, community partners, Cleveland Metropolitan School District students and residents celebrated the announcement. Say Yes Cleveland will bring comprehensive resources including scholarships, support services and mentoring to help students across the city further their educational ambitions and achievemen

  • Students Invited to Apply for Mayor Frank G. Jackson Scholarship Program

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson Scholarship applications are available to City of Cleveland employees, dependents of City of Cleveland employees, high school seniors graduating from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, and high school seniors who are in the Youth Development Program or involved with the City of Cleveland Department of Recreation. The scholarship application process is open until April 28.

  • Mayor Jackson and Cleveland City Council Debut New State-of-the-Art Cleveland Kennel

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson; Cleveland City Council President Kevin J. Kelley; Councilmembers Matt Zone, Brian Kazy, Michael Polensek, Anthony Brancatelli and Phyllis Cleveland; supporters from Friends of the Cleveland Kennel; volunteers and residents celebrated the grand opening of the state-of-the-art City of Cleveland Kennel. The celebration included a ribbon cutting ceremony and public tours at the $7.3 million 9203 Detroit Avenue facility.

  • March 28: City to Feature "Court Square, Talladega, Alabama" Play - Open to the Public

    The City of Cleveland and the Women's History Month Committee will present the play Court Square, Talladega, Alabama in the City Hall Rotunda on Thursday,  March 28th at 12:15pm. This event is free and open to the public.

  • Plankton Fund Gives Dogs Second Chances

    The Plankton Fund was created in response to the heartworm positive dogs that come into the Cleveland Animal Care and Control (CACC) that have limited options due to the cost of heartworm treatment