Community Leveraged Expanded Air Network in Cleveland (CLEANinCLE):

What is CLEANinCLE?:

Why is the CLEANinCLE Project Important?

  • Empowers Residents: Provides residents with data about their air quality and empowers them to make informed decisions.
  • Informs Decision-Making: Provides CDAQ with valuable data to identify air pollution hotspots and take corrective actions.
  • Improves Healthcare: Helps health partners better understand and respond to respiratory issues in different neighborhoods.
How can you get involved?

Fill out the interest Form!
  • Attend Public Meetings: Learn more, share your concerns, help choose sensor locations, and contribute to the data dashboard design.
    • Register online here or call (216) 664-4181 and leave the following information.
      • Name
      • Phone number
      • Meeting you wish to register for.
    • A staff member will return your call to confirm your registration.

      May 15, 2024
      6:00PM – 7:30PM Virtual Via Microsoft
      Click the blue “Virtual” link and follow the
      prompts to join the meeting.
      June 11, 2024
      6:00PM – 7:30PM In-person
      5115 The RISING
      5115 Broadway Ave.
      June 12, 2024
      6:00PM – 7:30PM In-person
      Estabrook Recreation
      4125 Fulton Rd
    • Participate in Ride-Along Interviews: Share your experiences and pinpoint specific air quality concerns in your neighborhood.
    • Volunteer: Assist with various project activities like distributing flyers, organizing neighborhood meetings, etc.

    Who are the CLEANinCLE Partners and what will they do?

    • Cleveland Neighborhood Progress: Builds community engagement through meetings and Clean Air Advisors.
    • Case Western Reserve University: Provides technical support for sensors and the air quality dashboard.
    • Better Health Partnership: Conducts interviews with healthcare providers to improve respiratory care.
    • Cleveland Clinic Respiratory Institute: Acts as a medical advisor and interprets health data.

    Project Funding

    • The American Rescue Plan Enhanced Air Quality Monitoring for Communities grant funds the project.
    • Read more about it here.