Located outside the House of Swing, this public art mural was designed by Lisa Quine and reflects the diversity, inclusivity and spirit of South Euclid.
One South Euclid (OSE) and the City of South Euclid have partnered with Heritage Ohio to revitalize South Euclid's downtown - the Mayfield and Green business district. The goal is to encourage new businesses and residents to call our city home.
Heritage Ohio is the State's official historic preservation organization. Through assistance from its nationally recognized Main Street program, we intend to build on our downtown assets by improving economic management, increasing public participation, and celebrating historic preservation and beautification in order to make the Mayfield and Green business district an even greater place to visit and spend some time - whether you're driving by or just on foot. Since it's a locally driven program, all initiatives stem from local issues and concerns. There are currently 55 communities in the State using Heritage Ohio's programs. There are four vital components of the program that we are beginning to work on to ensure success.
Organization Build consensus and cooperation between the various stakeholders in the viability of downtown.
Design Improve our downtown's physical appearance, which include buildings, street lights, window displays, parking areas, signs, sidewalks, streetscapes, landscaping, promotional materials and all other elements that convey a visual message about what the downtown is and what it has to offer.
Promotions Market our downtown’s unique characteristics to shoppers, investors, new businesses, tourists, and others. Retail promotional activity and special events utilizing the downtown as a stage area of community activities creates a positive image of the downtown.
Economic Development Strengthen the existing economic base of the downtown while diversifying it. Business enhancement activities include helping existing downtown businesses, recruiting new businesses, providing a balanced mix, converting unused space into productive property, and sharpening the competitiveness of downtown merchants.