City of Cleveland Office of Sustainability

601 Lakeside Ave.
OH 44114

City of Cleveland Office of Sustainability

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The Office of Sustainability was established in 2005 with the intention of guiding the City to become more efficient and effective at delivering quality services to residents, and in order to help shape Cleveland's future. The office works with the City’s administration as well as its departments to integrate sustainability principles into daily operations and achieve the following goals:

* Save the City of Cleveland money and reduce its ecological footprint, or combination of resource consumption and waste generation
* Use sustainability as a tool for economic development
* Introduce a sustainability culture and its principles into the community

Focusing on these goals will help to retain people, businesses, and intellectual capital in the region by providing a friendly and healthy place for people to live, visit, and work.

The Office of Sustainability is also responsible for Sustainable Cleveland 2019, a ten year strategic plan and appreciative process for making the city more sustainable. (For more information about Sustainable Cleveland 2019, visit: and



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