Trails

Connectivity Study cover image with link to study

In 2017, the City of Mayfield Heights applied for and was awarded a TLCI grant from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA). The grant made possible a comprehensive, city-wide study to identify long-term objectives for community connectivity. City Council approved the plan in June 2019.

Intersection Safety Improvements cover with link to plan

A TLCI implementation grant was awarded in 2019, for intersection safety improvements at SOM/Mayfield, Gates Mills Boulevard Circle, and Commonwealth/Chelmsford. 

Marsol Road Underpass Pedestrian Improvements cover with link to plan

Marsol Road underpass improvements will include narrowing the distance from the columns to the roadway on the south side to allow for the installation of an 8' - 10' wide multi-use trail on the north side of the underpass. The estimated project completion is spring 2021.

Pending Grants
Gates Mills Boulevard Connector cover with link to plan

This grant would help fund a three-quarter mile, multi-use asphalt trail through the median of Gates Mills Blvd. Project highlights include pedestrian lighting, stormwater improvements, pull off parking, landscaping improvements, benches and water fountains.  The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the grant application status.

Woodhawk Community Connector cover with link to plan

This grant would help fund a ten-foot-wide, multi-use trail on the north side of Woodhawk Drive by reducing the road width as part of the city’s 2021 road improvement project.  Grant status not available until spring 2021.