Senate District 24
Matt Dolan
 
 
 
 
 
 
$3.5 Billion Investment for Ohio's Communities, Senator Matt Dolan Secures $23 Million for Cuyahoga County
May 31, 2022

COLUMBUS—State Senator Matt Dolan (R-Chagrin Falls) announced $23.8 million for key Capital Budget projects for Cuyahoga County.

The legislature generally approves a capital budget every two years, funding needed improvements to public services and facilities across the state, including schools, roads and bridges, and mental health and addiction facilities.

“As Senate Finance Chairman, I realize how important these dollars are to maintaining our great museums, cultural centers and parks that make our neighborhoods such great places to live,” said Senator Dolan. “Our community leaders work hard to prepare these projects for Capital Budget approval.”

Here is the list of all approved Capital Budget Projects for Cuyahoga County:



  • Cleveland Zoo Primate Rainforest $1.7 million

  • Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau $1 million

  • Rock and Roll HOF expansion $1 million

  • Eric Mendelsohn Park Synagogue Restoration $1 million

  • Playhouse Square $1 million

  • Euclid Waterfront Improvement Plan - Phase III $1 million

  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History $900,000

  • Cleveland Museum of Art $900,000

  • Irishtown Bend & Canal Basin Park  $850,000

  • Greater Cleveland Foodbank $750,000

  • James A. Garfield Memorial Preservation $750,000

  • Strongsville Town Center Enhancement $725,000

  • Providence House East Side Campus $700,000

  • Cleveland Christian Home $700,000

  • The Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) $550,000

  • Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum $500,000

  • Ohio Aerospace Institute $500,000

  • Severance Music Center $500,000

  • Cleveland Institute of Music Kulas Hall $500,000

  • The Foundry $500,000

  • MetroHealth Senior Health and Wellness Center $450,000

  • Chagrin Meadows Preserve $400,000

  • Solon to Chagrin Falls Multi-Purpose Trail $400,000

  • May Dugan Building Renovation and Expansion $350,000

  • Cleveland Center for Arts and Technology $325,000

  • Vocational Guidance Services Workforce Center $300,000

  • Olmsted Township Nature Trail & Bark Park $300,000

  • Sisters of Charity Health System $250,000

  • MacDonald Women's Hospital $200,000

  • Rocky River Center Gateway Improvement Project $200,000

  • Complete Cozad: Health Hospitality Campus $200,000

  • North Royalton Memorial Park All-Purpose Trail $200,000

  • Beck Center $200,000

  • Construction Based Trades Academy $200,000

  • Walt Collins Veterans Housing Facility $200,000

  • Shoes and Clothes for Kids $175,000

  • Karamu House Educational Wing Renovations $175,000

  • University Settlement Broadway Rising Project $150,000

  • MAGNET's Manufacturing Innovation $150,000

  • Restore Rockefeller $150,000

  • West Side Catholic Center $150,000

  • United Way of Greater Cleveland Building Renovations $150,000

  • Olmsted Falls East River Road Park $150,000

  • Kenmore Commons Improvements $150,000

  • North Olmsted Community Park Improvements $150,000

  • Seven Hills Calvin Park Drainage Improvements $150,000

  • Middleburg Heights Memorial Hall Courtyard $104,000

  • Lyndhurst Police & Fire Dedication Playground $100,000

  • Y Haven $100,000

  • Comprehensive Health Care at The Centers, Gordon Square $100,000

  • Christine’s Hope $100,000

  • Bay Village Green Improvements $100,000

  • Village of Bentleyville Riverview Community Park $100,000

  • Brecksville Field House $100,000

  • Chagrin Falls Historical Society $100,000

  • Highland Heights Park Connector $100,000

  • Kol Israel Foundation Holocaust Memorial  $100,000

  • Westlake Lilly Weston House $100,000

  • Parma Park Improvements $90,000

  • The Lyric Center $75,000

  • Fairview Park Bain Park $75,000

  • Independence pool facility improvements $75,000

  • Brook Park Central Park $75,000

  • Cuyahoga Heights Willowbrook Connector Trail $75,000

  • Cleveland Botanical Garden $50,000

  • Cornerstone of Hope $50,000

  • Glenwillow Tinker's Creek Trail $50,000

  • Richmond Heights Community Park Gazebo $50,000

  • Walton Hills Thomas Young Park $48,000

  • Gates Mills Community House Improvements $40,000

  • The Negev Foundation Hillel drinking water systems $110,000 (This is for 4 facilities, Ohio State University, Cleveland State, University of Cincinnati and Ohio University.)


The Capital Budget also makes a $100 million investment for school security projects around the state, and allocates more than $600 million for school facility upgrades.

Following passage by both chambers, the Capital Budget bill will go to Governor Mike DeWine’s desk for his signature.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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