UPDATE: Crews have been able to keep 1 lane in each direction open on W.9th between Frankfurt and St. Clair. As our crews investigate the source of the main leak, motorists are advised to be aware of crews and potential lane restrictions in the area.
TRAFFIC ALERT - Crews from Cleveland Water are on site investigating the source of a possible water main break on West 9th Street in the Warehouse District between Frankfort and St. Clair Avenues.
As they investigate and repair the break, the southbound lanes of West 9th will be closed until the repairs are made.
The City of Cleveland Department of Public Utilities is seeking qualified professionals with all levels of experience to fill positions in our Information Technology and Engineering Sections. If you are looking for a great career opportunity to help you build a solid future, please visit our career fair on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm at the Carl B. Stokes Utilities Building.
For additional information, contact DeAndre Benson at (216) 664-2444 extensions 5620.
This past weekend we celebrated Burning River Fest down on Whiskey Island, sharing the importance of water with many others dedicated to keeping our local water resources clean and thriving. Participants readily flocked to our water buggy to refill their reusable bottles with safe, quality Cleveland tap water.
The Fest celebrated Cleveland’s historic Coast Guard Station with lots of delicious food, live music, vendors, live cooking demos and of course, a variety of great beer from the Great Lakes Brewing Company. All this with a lovely view of Lake Erie in the background.
A few months ago, Sustainable Cleveland held an event called "Clean Water, Powered by PechaKucha", which featured eight presentations on the topic of Clean Water. PechaKucha, Japanese for "chit-chat" and pronounced "peh-CHAK-chah", is a style of presenting where each person is allowed to show 20 images of their work and each image is pre-timed to 20 seconds. All of the presenters were local Clevelanders who presented their work around the theme of clean water, in honor of this Sustainability’s 2015 “Year of Clean Water” theme.
The last few Thursdays proved to be not only fun but educational at the same time. Cleveland Water teamed up with Cleveland Metroparks to host a series of trivia questions in hopes of educating people a little more about our water system. Winners of each of the six questions received a $75 gift certificate for SUP CLE Stand Up Paddleboarding.
Tomorrow, Wednesday June 10th, the long awaited PechaKucha is taking place at the Music Box Supper Club from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Presented by Sustainable Cleveland, the event features 8 presentations on the topic of Clean Water. PechaKucha, Japanese for "chit-chat" and pronounced "peh-CHAK-chah", is a style of presenting where each person is allowed to show 20 images of their work and each image is pre-timed to 20 seconds.