The Tremont neighborhood is a rich tapestry woven from history, culture and community.
We offer resources, opportunities and support that allow you to engage with the neighborhood and thrive in the community. There are countless ways to get active, whether you are interested in volunteering, attending events or joining a block club.
One great way to get active in the community is to join a block club. Block clubs are groups of residents who gather on a monthly basis to cover topics such as development projects, community programs and local initiatives.
Block Clubs are organized by the part of the neighborhood in which you reside. To learn what block club you belong to, see the map below. If you have any questions about Tremont’s Block Clubs, please contact Scott Rosenstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dharma Valentin (email@example.com).
Block Club Meetings, Locations and Bylaws
Neighborhood Groups and Committees
Another way to get engaged is to join a committee, which are activity- or issue-based groups. Discussions range from focus on safety in the Second District to beautifying the Tremont neighborhood. Check out our committees below.
Tremont West Board Committees
Programs & Services
Tremont West Development Corporation partners with the City of Cleveland and other resourceful organizations to assist our residents. Below is a list of programs and services provided to eligible Tremont residents.
Make it Home
Tremont is a great neighborhood to call home, filled with exciting opportunities, year-round events, and abundant amenities for all ages and backgrounds. A small village in the middle of a large city, Tremont is adjacent to downtown Cleveland and conveniently close to all major freeways, making it an accessible place to live, work and play.
The neighborhood of Tremont boasts ample housing, both for buyers and renters. Whether you are looking for a single-family home, office building or apartment, Tremont offers affordable, attractive properties in various styles and sizes.
Our welcoming, eclectic culture is interwoven into everything we do as a community.
Helpful Contacts and Other Information
The following information gives residents easy access to important contacts, as well as useful details about the neighborhood.
Safety Services & Resources
Near West Safety offers the following programs & services:
Safety Phone Numbers
Home Safety Audits
Safety Committee Meetings
Living Well in Lincoln Park
The Little Tremonster’s Facebook group helps keep parents, caregivers and neighbors informed about kid-trending topics in the Tremont area.
Other family resources include:
Near West Recreation
Near West Family Network
Waste Pick-Up & Disposal
Find out more about recycling, waste pickup and residential dumping:
Waste Collection Pickup
Citations & Fines
|Bureau of Docks and Bridges||216.432.6040|
|Dead Animal Pick-up||216.664.2000|
|Guard Rail Repair||216.664.2510|
|Leaf Pick-up Program||216.664.2510|
|Motor Vehicle Maintenance||216.420.8100|
|Public Presentations, Waste Collection||216.664.3719|
|Public Works Administration||216.664.2485|
|Street Construction, Maintenance & Repair||216.664.2510|
|Traffic Signal Outage Reporting 7:30 am -4 pm||216.664.3194|
|Traffic Signal Outage Reporting all other times||216.664.1234|
|Waste Collection & Disposal BULK TRASH PICKUP SCHEDULE||216.664.3711|