Dugway Green

Mission Statement

To establish the feasibility of daylighting Dugway Brook in the Glenville Neighborhood and improve the ecological health of the stream, while maximizing opportunities for community development and creating connections across the natural and built environments.

Project Purpose

Envisioning the Dugway Greenway: Engaging & Connecting Neighborhoods through Stream Restoration was designed to examine the impacts, opportunities, and benefits of daylighting a section of the long-buried Dugway Brook, on the City of Cleveland’s east side, and in the process, restore an already open segment of Dugway Brook within the Village of Bratenahl.

This project is part of a larger project called “Engaging Dugway Brook Communities in Designing Stream and Wetland Restoration” that is focused on assessing flood risk reduction benefits, conducting cost-benefit analyses, and engaging stakeholders in decision-making to implement all or a portion of nature-based solutions with a goal of restoring up to 4,600 linear feet of Dugway Brook and its estuary, and restoring 1.5 acres of coastal wetlands and 9 acres of riparian buffer within the City of Cleveland and the Village of Bratenahl. 

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Our Team

Dr. Thomas Hilde
Principal, Planning Director
Professor James Kastelic
Principal, Planning Director
Anna Mates
Design Team
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Get In Touch

For more information contact Chagrin River Watershed Partners

Address: Urban Building
1717 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Email: j.m.kastelic@csuohio.edu
Email: t.hilde@csuohio.edu
Mission Statement

Engage the community to establish the feasibility of daylighting the Dugway Brook and improve connectivity throughout the natural and built environments.