Saturday, July 8, 2023, 10 am to 5 pm
One of Cleveland’s older neighborhoods, Ohio City (known then as City of Ohio) was founded in 1818. On March 3, 1836, two days before Cleveland’s incorporation, the City of Ohio became an independent municipality. It remained so until June 5, 1854, when it was annexed to Cleveland.
Now home to 10,000 residents, 100 nonprofits, 200 small businesses, Centennial landmarks including the Cleveland Public Library’s Carnegie West Branch, the West Side Market, and the 6-acre Ohio City Farm, one of the largest contiguous urban farms in the country, Ohio City boasts extreme diversity and opportunities for engagement. Whether you are retired empty-nesters, newly-graduated youngsters, singles, or families there is something for everyone from educational and spiritual facilities to restaurants and shops and more than 14 green spaces, gardens, and parks all within 3 blocks of walking distance from each other.
Ohio City is rich with history and an energy that promotes community for those living, visiting, worshipping, working, and playing here.