Neighborhood Connections is an innovative, nationally recognized community-building program established in 2003, with a mission to fuel the power of neighbors to create, together, an extraordinary world right where they live.
Ohio City—or the “City of Ohio” as it was known at its 1818 founding—was originally a part of Brooklyn Township. On March 3, 1836, just two days before Cleveland’s incorporation, the City of Ohio became an independent municipality. It remained so until June 5, 1854, when it was annexed to the city of Cleveland.
SCFBC assists in facilitating the collaboration between residents, stakeholders and community partners, supporting neighborhood based initiatives that improve the quality of life for everyone in the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton and Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods of Cleveland Ohio.
Free and open to all, to use think[box], start by viewing an Orientation Presentation, which explains general lab policies as well as how to get started using machines at the lab. If you would like to bring a group or class to think[box], please read the Information for Groups and Classes.