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) 420-7683 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.

      March 27, 2024
      6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Virtual Via Microsoft Teams Click the blue "Virtual" link and
      follow the prompts to join the meeting.
      This meeting will be bilingual in both
      Spanish and English.
      April 10, 2024
      6:00PM – 7:30PM Mound Elementary School
      5935 Ackley Rd,
      Cleveland OH 44105
      There is a small parking lot
      on the north side of the
      April 13, 2024
      10:30AM – 12:00PM North Star Reentry Resource Center
      1834 East 55th St,
      Cleveland, OH 44103
      There is a small parking lot
      on the north side of the
      April 13, 2024
      1:30PM – 3:00PM Scranton Road Bible Church
      3095 Scranton Rd,
      Cleveland, OH 44113
      The Entry door will be
      locked but a staff member
      will be there to let you in
      April 16, 2024
      6:00PM – 7:30PM Prevention Research Center for Healthy
      Neighborhoods at CWRU
      11000 Cedar Ave,
      Cleveland, OH 44106
      When parking pull into lot
      to the left and park in the
      visitor parking. When
      entering the building
      inform the desk staff you
      are there for the
      CLEAinCLE meeting.
    • 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.