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Welcome to the Cleveland Heights Neighborhood Network! The purpose of this group is to help ensure a fun, safe and beautiful neighborhood for all its residents and visitors.

The Neighborhood Network serves to connect neighbors to neighbors and other community resources.

Our primary role in the neighborhood is to:

• Moderate this Website's email discussion group
• Hold community-wide meetings
• Support efforts of individuals and groups working to improve our neighborhood
• Serve as means for the neighborhood to speak as a collective voice to the city of Oakland about matters of importance to our community

This Website and group was previously known as the 15X_NCPC (Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council) and also as the China/Haddon Hill Neighborhood Network. We have updated the group's name, Website and email address to reflect the broad, positive interest of our community beyond crime prevention.

Though there are several smaller neighborhoods within our borders, including Haddon Hill, China Hill and Lakeshore Ave., all are encompassed by what is historically (and on most current maps) known as "Cleveland Heights." This area is bordered by MacArthur Blvd/I-580, Park Blvd., E. 18th St., and Lakeshore Ave. The Cleveland Heights Neighborhood also covers what the Oakland Police Department defines as the "15X" police beat.

If you have interest in making Cleveland Heights an even better neighborhood, please contact group moderator, Jim Ratliff at: jim@jim-ratliff.name. Or please post an email with any questions, ideas or observations pertaining to our great neighborhood.

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Group Settings

  • This is a public group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership does not require approval.
  • Messages from new members require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

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