Connecting

People to Places

The Projects
The Group Plan Commission is working closely with the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, and key civic partners to complete three priority projects that will change the face of Cleveland’s public spaces.
The Mission
By developing and linking signature public spaces, the Group Plan Commission is reshaping the heart of Cleveland. 
Completed
Public Square
On-Going
The Mall
The Future
Pedestrian Bridge

Matt Carroll

Board Chairperson

Cuyahoga County,

Chief of Staff

Felton Thomas 

Vice Chair

Cleveland Public Library, Executive Director, CEO

Tim Cosgrove 

Squire Patton Boggs, Partner

 

 

Anthony J. Coyne

Mansour, Gavin Co.,

President

Debbie Donley

Vocon,

Principal and Owner

Melissa Ferchill

MCM Co.,

Founder and President

David Gilbert 

Positively Cleveland, President and CEO,

Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, President and CEO

Christopher D. Hess

Eaton Corporation,

VP Public Affairs

David Jenkins

Cleveland Browns, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer

David Kuntz

Cuyahoga Community College, Executive Vice President/Treasurer

 

Cecil Lipscomb

United Black Fund, Executive Director

Scott Lokke

JACK Casino Cleveland and Thistledown,

Sr. Vice President and General Manager

 

 

Doug L. Miller 

Millenia Commercial, President

Douglas E. Price III

K&D Management, CEO

Chris Ronayne 

Candidate for Cuyahoga County Executive

Lisa Rose 

Dix + Eaton,

President

 

Mark A. Schneider

Mark Schneider,

Attorney and Counselor at Law, President

City of Parma Hts., Assistant Director of Law, Prosecutor

Nadia Sesay

Bedrock Detroit, Chief Community Growth and Development Officer

Daniel P. Walsh, Jr.

Citymark Capital LLC, CEO

Sanaa E. Julien

Group Plan Commission, CEO

The Group Plan Commission Board of Directors 
Our Recent
News

Lake Erie is a unique asset to Cleveland, yet we aren’t always able to access it easily.


The Group Plan Commission continues to work with partners towards a pedestrian connection that will enable Clevelanders to move easily between Downtown and the lakefront.

 

This link will unify Downtown Cleveland, serve as the foundation for generating additional investment and result in our lakefront becoming a more sustainable and robust economic engine than it has been in the past.