The City of Broadview Heights’ Master Plan will seek to build upon the community’s sense of pride and reinvestment by looking closely at land use and how policy decisions could affect future and existing development trends.
Broadview Heights has an expansive list of local and regional amenities that make it an ideal place to conduct business and call home. Often described as the “Highest of the Heights,” Broadview Heights has a wealth of recreational opportunities as well as desirable highway access to Downtown Cleveland and Akron. With the recent completion of the new Community and Recreation Center, this is an exciting time for the City of Broadview Heights. The community has much to look forward to in the coming decade.
Broadview Heights was awarded master plan funding through a competitive grant process from the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. County Planning is facilitating the planning process by bringing together data, community leaders, citizens, and public institutions to craft a plan for action. Look for regular updates, announcements, and documents posted on this page as the plan progresses.
Public Meeting #1 (July 16, 2019)
Steering Committee Meetings
Steering Committee Meeting #4 (September 24, 2019)
Steering Committee Meeting #3 (June 11, 2019)
Steering Committee Meeting #2 (April 30, 2019)
Steering Committee Meeting #1 (February 26, 2019)
The City of Broadview Heights’ Master Plan consists of a five-phase process:
Current Conditions: The Current Conditions phase involves collecting data on demographics, land use, and transportation to be used as a baseline for understanding the community and how it compares locally, regionally, and nationally.
Community Vision: In the Community Vision phase, County Planning will facilitate the articulation of a vision for how the City of Broadview Heights would like to grow and change in the next decade based on input from residents, businesses, and community leaders.
Goals and Actions: The Goals and Actions phase will outline the steps necessary to achieve the community’s desired future.
Implementation: The Implementation phase builds on the goals and actions steps from the previous phase to outline strategies, partners, responsibilities, and priorities for undertaking actions.
Master Plan Document: In the final phase, County Planning will combine all the previous phases into a completed Master Plan document.
Questions or comments about the Broadview Heights Master Plan should be directed to:
Mr. Patrick Hewitt, AICP
Senior Planner, Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
Ms. Rachel Novak
Planner, Cuyahoga County Planning Commission