8 Ground Broken On Wick Ave Improvement Project - Mayor John McNally, Sharon Letson, Executive Director of Youngstown CityScape, and Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel joined with other partners, funders, stakeholders and the community to break ground on the Wick Avenue Improvement Project (WAIP) on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. Groundbreaking ceremonies took place on the Wick Avenue lawn of the Public... Read more »
22 6th Annual Golf Outing Raises Funds For Downtown Walking Tour Project - On Friday, August 19th, Youngstown CityScape hosted its 6th Annual Swing, Scramble & Shake golf outing at Henry Stambaugh Golf Course. The event featured a $10,000K hole-in-one and a $2,500K putting contest sponsored by Platt Insurance, a downtown insurance provider. Proceeds from this year’s event benefited a self-guided walking tour project of the greater downtown area.... Read more »
41 Volunteer Participation Record Broken At Streetscape 2016 - Nearly 700 area residents and another 275 students involved with Youngstown State University’s Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) service project program volunteered their time on Saturday morning to help beautify nearly 60 areas of the city as part of Youngstown Streetscape 2016. The number of volunteers who participated at the event is an all-time record.... Read more »
1 Youngstown CityScape Kicks Off 2016 Streetscape Campaign - On Friday morning, Youngstown CityScape held its annual Streetscape kickoff breakfast at The Fifth Floor restaurant in downtown Youngstown. The breakfast served as the official start of the 2016 Streetscape campaign which is now in its 19th year. Executive Director Sharon Letson discussed CityScape’s accomplishments from 2015 and also recognized CCA for their continued support. New this... Read more »
Report Youngstown CityScape 2015 Report To The Community - Youngstown CityScape is pleased to present its 2015 Report To The Community. The report outlines the projects, events and fundraisers Youngstown CityScape organized last year to help improve the greater downtown area. We’d like to thank all of our projects partners, volunteers and donors who offered their generous support. None of the progress outlined in... Read more »