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Print 2015 Streetscape Campaign Kicks Off At Davis Center - On Friday, March 20, CityScape held its annual Streetscape breakfast press conference at the Davis Center in Fellows Riverside Gardens. The breakfast served as the official kick-off for the 2015 campaign which is now in the 18th year. CityScape also received a check for $35,000 from The Youngstown Foundation as well as unveiled its new... Read more »
EAG March Downtown Vision & Action Plan Released - On March 17th, the Economic Action Group released its highly anticipated Downtown Vision & Action Plan at the Youngstown Business Incubator. Through the input gathered from downtown stakeholders by way of surveys and 14 monthly meetings, the plan identifies eight initiatives with immediate, short-term, mid-term and long-term actions to be taken over the next five... Read more »
Yest Fest 2 CityScape Participates In Cardinal Mooney ‘Yes Fest’ - On Thursday, March 5th, Youngstown CityScape participated in the 2nd annual ‘Yes Fest’ at Cardinal Mooney High School. The purpose of the event is to discourage students from engaging in negative influences such as drug use while exposing them to positive community improvement alternatives. CityScape was on hand to sign students up for Streetscape 2015.... Read more »
Pete Grass Roots Gala Dinner Honors Pete Asimakopoulos - On Thursday, February 26th, Youngstown CityScape honored First National Bank’s Pete Asimakopoulos for his service to the community with the Sweet Grass Roots Award at the 2015 Grass Roots Gala dinner at the D.D. Davis & Velma Center in Fellows Riverside Gardens. Pete leads First National Bank’s efforts in the region as Market President, and... Read more »
Earl CityScape Expands With New Office Space, Staff - As downtown Youngstown continues to grow, so, too, does Youngstown CityScape. In early 2015, CityScape merged Wick Neighbors Inc., a community development organization dedicated to the improvement of Wick Avenue and the Smoky Hollow neighborhood. The merger added the leadership from many of the institutions along Wick Avenue and preserved two key projects where significant... Read more »