Cleveland Quick Guide
Cleveland is located in northeastern Ohio on the shores of Lake Erie, the southernmost of the Great Lakes. Recently ranked as one of the most livable cities in the United States, this "Metropolis of the Western Reserve" successfully blends Old World charm with modern-day technology.
Once a major manufacturing center known for steel and automobiles, Cleveland's present-day economy is driven by biotechnology, education, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and engineering. The city is known as a leader in health care and health science, and is home to the Cleveland Clinic, which ranks among the best hospitals in the country.
The city government operates from Cleveland City Hall, 601 Lakeside Ave. Most city departments and services can be found in this location. In addition to maintaining a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the city's Web site, the Mayor's office encourages citizens to contact the Mayor's Action Center at (216) 664-2900 for information not found on the site.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map your driving directions from popular Cleveland neighborhoods including Kamms Corners, North Shores and Old Brooklyn.
Need a flight to or from Burke Lakefront Airport or Hopkins International Airport? Find a Cleveland travel agent, or arrange for airport transportation from popular areas including Detroit Shoreway, Hudson and St. Clair Superior.