Lights Out Cleveland
Buildings enrolled in the program
- 55 Public Square (Cleveland, OH 44114)
- 200 Public Square (Cleveland, OH 44114)
- 737 Bolivar Rd (Cleveland, OH 44115)
- AECOM (1300 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Carl B. Stokes Public Utilities Building (1201 Lakeside Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Cleveland Botanical Garden (11030 East Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44106)
- Cleveland City Hall (601 Lakeside Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History (1 Wade Oval Dr, Cleveland, OH 44106)
- Cleveland State University (1801 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115)
- Dorn Color, Inc. (11555 Berea Rd, Cleveland, OH 44102)
- Ernst & Young Tower (950 Main Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113)
- Fifth Third Center (600 Superior Ave. East, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- FirstEnergy Stadium (100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- George J. McMonagle Building (3900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115)
- Great Lakes Science Center (601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Harbor View Development (1050 East 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland (1 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland OH 44114)
- Lake Erie Nature & Science Center (28728 Wolf Rd, Bay Village, OH 44140)
- McCullough Science Center (10610 Clay St., Montville, OH 44064)
- North Point Office Complex (1001 Lakeside Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- One Cleveland Center (1375 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Oswald Center (1100 Superior Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Progressive Field (2401 Ontario St., Cleveland, OH 44115)
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1100 Rock and Roll Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44114)
- Skylight Office Tower (1660 West 2nd St., Cleveland, OH 44113)
- Transaction Reality (4317 Chester Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103)
- US Bank (1350 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115)
- Willoughby Surgery Center (6025 Commerce Circle, Willoughby, OH 44094)
Cleveland Museum of Natural History – CMNH has been instrumental in helping to get a Lights Out program established in Cleveland. The Museum houses birds that were killed during migration in their scientific collection.
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center – The Center has been the major catalyst in the volunteer monitoring program. All injured birds are taken to the center for rehabilitation and release into the wild. The Lake Erie Nature & Science Center successfully released over 700 birds during 2017 alone.
Cleveland Metroparks – Metroparks of Cleveland help to recruit and manage volunteers for the monitoring effort in downtown Cleveland.
Akron Zoo – While we work to expand Lights Out through the Akron area, the Akron Zoo has been a major supporter of the Lights Out Cleveland initiative.
Lake Metroparks – The Wildlife Center at Lake Metroparks helps with the rehabilitation of bats and other wildlife found during monitoring of downtown Cleveland.
Map of Participating Buildings
Volunteer Collision Monitoring Program
We are looking for volunteers to help collect injured and deceased birds from the grounds of downtown Cleveland’s buildings during peak migration months (from the middle of March to late May, and from mid-August into November). Any live birds will need to be transported to Lake Erie Nature & Science Center for care and treatment through their rehabilitation program. All deceased birds will be processed by Cleveland Museum of Natural History and used for research purposes, including data collection about the scale of these impacts.
If you are interested in volunteering please fill out our volunteer form at the Cleveland Metroparks website (linked via the button below). Once you have registered, please send a short email to our volunteer coordinator at LightsOutCLEvolunteer@gmail.com letting us know that you enrolled. We will send you the link to the current information session video and instructions on how to get started with Lights Out right away.
Don’t forget to email and let us know you signed up with Cleveland Metroparks!
More information on volunteering is available HERE. We thank you in advance for your help with this effort!