Exploring the County Greenprint
By now, you have probably seen the Cuyahoga County Greenprint – but have you had an opportunity to look closely at its features? When you do, you’ll see that it has a lot to offer.
There are two ways you can get started using the Greenprint. If you prefer to explore the tools on your own, you can begin using the viewer and guide book right away. The Greenprint Viewer is the interactive mapping component, while the Greenprint Guide Book outlines best practices and strategies for striking a sustainable balance between development and preservation or enhancement of a community’s natural assets. You can also view our video tutorial, which provides an overview of the tools.
The second way to learn the Greenprint is to participate in any one of our upcoming hour-and-a-half hands-on training sessions. County Planning is partnering with the Cuyahoga County Library to present these sessions. The libraries have state-of-the-art computer classrooms where each participant will dig into the Greenprint components on an individual computer. In real time, participants will activate and de-activate the various layers, select and view additional data, and review other resources, including the County’s real estate data. Participants will create their own simple customized map, explore the Pictometry tool, and work through a few simple exercises which explore the Guide Book and Technical Guide and create opportunities for a deeper knowledge of the natural world and techniques for its protection.
Upcoming sessions include:
|Sep. 13||2:30–4:00||Warrensville Heights Branch|
4415 Northfield Rd, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
|Sep. 20||6:30–9:00||Fairview Park Branch|
21255 Lorain Rd, Cleveland, OH 44126
|Oct. 11||6:30–8:00||Garfield Heights Branch|
5409 Turney Rd, Cleveland, OH 44125
|Oct. 18||2:30–4:00||Parma Branch|
6996 Powers Blvd, Parma, OH 44129
Two evening sessions are included to accommodate members of community planning commissions who are unable to attend a work-day session.
For more information, contact Elaine Price at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-443-3721