Compton Road Greenway Study

Compton Road Greenway Study

This study will look at Compton Road from Euclid Heights Boulevard south to the Cain Park entry on Superior Park Drive to consider different design alternatives that would afford pedestrians and bicyclists a more comfortable use of the Compton Road right-of-way using the concepts of “complete and green streets.”

The goals of the study include:

  • To promote the re-investment in the neighborhood
  • To provide both safe and comfortable conditions for walking, running and bicycling
  • To maximize pedestrian and bicyclist access to Cain Park from this neighborhood

Complete and Green Streets concepts

  • Roads are designed and operated to comfortable and safely accommodate all users regardless of age and ability
  • Roads are designed and operated to include pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders, delivery and service personnel and emergency responders
  • Roads are designed and operated to reduce, accommodate and slow stormwater runoff as part of a comprehensive stormwater management system

Compton Road Greenway Study Idea Book

  • An Idea Book has been developed to begin discussion.

A Walk of Compton Road

Sunday, August 18 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm 
*Compton Rd. from Euclid Heights Blvd. south to Berkeley Rd. will be closed to through traffic for this walking tour. 

  • This walk is designed for residents to share how they use Compton Road now and how they would like to use this right-of-way.
  • The walk will include stops along the way to discuss different ideas and possibilities.
  • The walk will begin at Compton Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard and will continue south ending in Cain Park for light refreshments and discussion.

Additional public meeting and ways neighbors can get involved will be announced.