Communications and Public Information
The City of Cleveland strives to keep its residents and visitors informed of the latest news, events, program, and projects going on in Cleveland. Our communications team works with the Office of the Mayor and City Council and Office of the City Manager to enhance public awareness of city-sponsored initiatives, communicate policy and increase civic participation. The city offers many outlets for community engagement including, the "Cleveland Connector", Cleveland's monthly newsletter as well several social media channels. The city's publications and communication tools include:
City of Cleveland Website
The city's website, clevelandtn.gov, is home to detailed information about the city, its departments, and the services provided to our residents, visitors, businesses and industries. Review job opportunities, locate recreational facilities and and public buildings, participate in public input opportunities or connect with our elected officials. This is a great resource for frequently updated city news and information.
This is the city's monthly news publication. Residents can register online to receive this newsletter. Information about upcoming events, meetings, and projects are included in this publication.
Cleveland @ Your Service
The City of Cleveland has a mobile app available to iOS and Android users. The app, "Cleveland @ Your Service" is available to assist residents, visitors and business owners in reporting issues and problems to the City. In addition to the service request feature, the app includes additional tools to help the public connect to city hall. Below are some screen shots of the mobile app.
Information about city news and events distributed to media channels including newspapers, magazines, journals, radio and television stations. This information is included on the city's home page under Cleveland News.
The City of Cleveland is dedicated to providing public access of records to the residents of Tennessee, while continuing to protect the integrity and organization of public records. The City Clerk's Office has developed a centralized approach to efficiently fulfill open records request by Tennessee residents.
Residents who wish to view or obtain copies of records will need to complete the Open Records Request Form and submit it to the City Clerk's Office
Learn about the latest news and happenings around the city. Watch videos, and see pictures of people, places and projects that make Cleveland an exciting place to live, work, and play. Visit our social media page to access the city's various social media platforms.