Noble Neighbors presents
Next Noble Neighbors meeting:
First Tuesday of each month, 7pm. We rotate where we meet between the public meeting places in the neighborhood.
FOR OCTOBER 2016, OUR MEETING IS ON THE SECOND TUESDAY
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016
at Noble Road Presbyterian Church
Click here for directions and info.
Donate to Noble Neighbors
You can now financially support Noble Neighbors and deduct your donation from your taxes thanks to our new partnership with FutureHeights. Make sure you designate Noble Neighbors in the drop-down menu.
Currently we need funds for:
Outreaches to apartment residents
Business cards and stationery
Checks need to be made out to FutureHeights with Noble Neighbors in the memo line. Checks and cash will be received at each Noble Neighbors meeting.
Save the Date!
Our 2017 neighborhood-wide event will take place on May 19-21. Oxford School and Noble School already have agreed to host the Oxford Carnival and NobleFest that weekend. Start planning now how your household, business or institution will showcase our neighborhood!
Congratulations to Principal Deborah Moore and the staff at Monticello Middle School for being a recipient of the first annual Ohio State Board of Education Momentum Award. They've received A's on every value-added State report card demonstrating that students of all backgrounds and abilities can improve their learning! Bravo! You are a neighborhood asset!
Meet Your Police
Thursday, October 6, 2016, 6 - 8pm
One of the City's responses to the concerns we expressed at the April 29, 2014 Community Meeting is to change the location of the Meet Your Police event to the Police Academy on Noble at Monticello. On the first Thursday of every month, the police will be in our neighborhood to meet with us (and any other Cleveland Heights resident). On the other Thursdays, the police will return to City Hall where they have been meeting us for years. Let's take advantage of this!!
Click here for the City web page announcement.
Are we really making a difference? Oh, yes we are! These quotes are from emails, web site form submissions and conversations. Not one of them was solicited. Each of these people voluntarily reached out to us to tell us what they feel. Thank you!! You're an encouragement to us all!
"Everyone at the PTA meeting is very excited!"
"So exciting!!! I volunteered for Friday!!!"
"This is beautiful! So excited!"
~ The latest organizational email for our May 2016 Noble Community Home & Yard Sale began, "I hope you're getting excited...!" These are a few of the responses.
I want to thank you for all the work you are doing. It is wonderful to see the signs for the yard sale all over the neighborhood - what a great reminder that there are people here who care! And thank you very, very much for your work on the Circle K issue. This makes me all the more grateful to those of you who are hard at work for our community. I so appreciate all you are doing!
~ South Noble area resident, early May 2016
Our pastor and I took a good look at your website, and would really like our church to be involved with the Noble Neighbors. You folks are doing a lot of good work that we'd love to be a part of. We are definitely going to become more involved in your organization. We are excited to partner with you!
~ Local church missions staff, Jan. 2016
I went to the Noble Neighbors website and was so impressed. I have never seen such a great website created by neighborhood folks filled with such wonderful and useful information. There are many large corporations that do not even have such impressive websites. So kudos to you and your neighbors.
~ Cleveland Neighborhood Progress staff member, Jan. 2016
My friends are surprised when they ask me where I am moving to and I tell them I'm moving six blocks away. "You mean you're staying in the same neighborhood?" they say. I tell them, "Of course! It's a great neighborhood!"
~ Retiree who is downsizing and is moving from her house of 40+ years to a condo nearby, Oct 2015
You’re doing wonderful work for the Noble neighborhood!
~ Former Noble resident who recently moved to California, Sept 2015
I love seeing the flower beds the group has created whenever my husband drives [us] by them... Again, thanks, as a Noble neighbor, for what you and everyone in Noble Neighbors are accomplishing.
~ Noble area resident, Sept 2015
"Great website!!! I'm considering purchasing a home in the Noble Neighborhood, and I'm very impressed with the the work your group is doing. Thank you for this website - it's been very helpful to me."
~ Noble area future resident, Aug 2015
"I want you to know that I feel my neighborhood has greatly improved over this time last year and I give you [all] a great deal of credit for this."
~ Noble area resident, Aug. 2015
"I am proud to live in this neighborhood and it is time to be recognized as a great place to live. Yes, there are many things we must work on as a community, I have faith that together, we can do it!!"
~ Noble area resident, Feb. 2015
Noble Neighbors Map
Exactly where is the Noble Neighbors area? This question is popping up more often, which is a good thing! It demonstrates that people want to be included and want to know what areas will benefit by our collective efforts. Under the "About" tab, you will now find "Maps" in the drop-down menu. The geography is defined by the five census tracts that abut Noble Road, but we certainly welcome other interested people. For example, a few people who live near Noble but are south of Mayfield have joined us as well as residents who live in South Euclid in the area east of Quilliams, north of Covington and west of Belvoir. Without a doubt, they have the same concerns for safety and attractiveness for their area and want to extend the revitalization to their neighborhoods. It's going to "take a village" to see our village thrive, so the more the merrier!
Noble Neighbors: we encourage you to print the map so you can walk or drive along streets that you usually don't travel. Get to know more of your neighborhood. Notice the growing list of streets on our "About" page. We have people who have signed up for Noble Neighbors in every section of our neighborhood.
Click here for a quick link to the maps page.