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Long Range Planning

Long Range Planning Division
401 Municipal Building
166 South High Street
Akron, OH 44308
(330) 375-2090
[email protected]

Helen Tomic [email protected]

Kurt Mulhauser  [email protected]
Deanna Cool  [email protected]
Dylan Garritano  [email protected]
Hector Vasquez  [email protected]
Daniel DeAngelo  [email protected]


The Long Range Planning Division performs a variety of functions related to preserving and improving the quality of life for Akron residents. Areas of responsibility include:

  • Formulation of long-range strategies for land use in the city
  • Development of the Consolidated Plan and related reports. See Neighborhood Stabilization Reports here
  • Preparation of renewal plans for neighborhoods
  • Development of the Continuum of Care for the homeless
  • Liaison with neighborhood groups and non-profit development corporations
  • Implementing the Community Services, Energency Shelter and Neighborhood Partnership Programs
  • Coordinating implementation of the Neighborhood Business District Program. To see a map of Akron's Neighborhood Business Areas click here
  • Coordinating implementation of the Land Reutilization Program
  • Coordinating implementation of the Akron Grows Program
  • Development and monitoring of Akron’s housing strategy and housing improvement programs
  • Preparing historic preservation and environmental reviews for projects
  • Preparing Geographic Information System (GIS) area and informational maps

Long Range Planning assembles the City's Consolidated Strategy and Plan, which budgets Federal funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, Home Investment Partnership (HOME) program, and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) program, to address local housing, quality of living environment and economic needs. A summary of Akron’s latest Consolidated Plan can be viewed here.

Non-profit Development Corporation Assistance:
Non-profit Development Corporations are providing important development programs within their neighborhoods. The emergence of these organizations has led the City to support their organizational structure not only with project funding but with administration funding. Organizations must be in operation for at least a year and have the capacity to provide housing-related services within a defined neighborhood. For more information, please contact (330) 375-2090.

Community Services Program
Lower-income residents of Akron are provided a range of public and social services concentrating on health, security, education, fair housing and the arts. To learn specifics about each program available, call 330-375-2090.


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