In 1970, construction of the Innerbelt began, erasing a vibrant neighborhood and displacing residents and businesses. In 2018, a portion of the Innerbelt was decommissioned.
We now have an exciting opportunity to have a public conversation around creating a new vision for a vibrant place that reconnects communities and honors both what once was here and our future aspirations for what we can be. Whether your family once called the land on which the Innerbelt sits home, you live or work near the Innerbelt or you’re an Akron resident interested in what’s next, we’re ready to engage you in a conversation with us and with each other.
Attend an Event
To all Akron residents, we’d love to engage you in conversation at one of our Innerbelt events or engagement stations. Browse our calendar of upcoming events here.Learn More
City of Akron Receives $960,000 Grant from Federal Department of Transportation
The grant will fund a community-based master plan for the Akron Innerbelt.Learn More
Listen to the Stories
The Innerbelt History Collection is a multimedia archive that tell the stories of Akron residents who lived, worked, and played on the land where the Innerbelt now stands.Learn More