Photo By: Christian Stewart

Let’s Get Together

HCNA Annual Meeting

Held in early spring on a yearly basis at Historic Arnold Memorial Elementary Auditorium

HCNA Neighborhood Socials

Social gatherings held throughout the year at a downtown residence or gathering place.

HCNA Volunteers

Many neighborhood volunteer opportunitities through out the year-Arnold School, Deer Park, Half Marathon, and more.

HCNA Fundraisers

Held at various times for the benefit of HCNA causes.

Neighborhood Happenings & Amenities


Centenary Avenue’s Halloween

A tradition since 1980 and now in partnership with Mainstreet Cleveland’s Block Party held every Halloween on October 31st.

Downtown Christmas Parade

A tradition of the City of Cleveland for more than 50 years held first Saturday in December with its route traveling through the Southern portion of the neighborhood.

Tall Betsy

She comes out only on Halloween. On Centenary Avenue she can be seen, Tall Betsy is the Lady in Black, for scaring “night-owls” she has a knack.

Arnold Memorial Elementary School

Deer Park

Located at 17th Street and Harle Ave is the historic site where long ago people could pet deer and climb the large trees. Long after the deer remain in name only, the park has a playground, zip line, stream and picnic pavilion that can be rented for events.

Contact City of Cleveland 423-479-4129

Cleveland Bradley County Greenway

Almost eight mile paved corridor alongside Mouse Creek for walkers, joggers, and bicycles with many designated parking spaces, pedestrian bridges, street underpasses, restrooms, playgrounds, benches, water fountains, outdoor theater stages and covered pavilions.

Cleveland/Bradley History Branch & Archives

Located in the historic Craigmiles home at 833 N. Ocoee Street, this library focuses on local history & genealogy with a wealth of information available including vital records, family, city and county history, court records, local microfilmed newspapers (1854-1970), local civil war information and so much more!

Cleveland/Bradley County Public Library

Conveniently located at 795 Church Street, the main library is a fun place to spend time with kids or alone. Coffee shop, children’s interactive area and scheduled programs, books, movies, audio books, magazines, and computers. Library cards are free.

private liberal arts university since 1997 and occupying the former Bob Jones/Centenary Female College site since 1948.

Encompassing over 120 acres, the campus is divided between six divisions-College of Arts & Sciences;The Helen Devon’s College of Education; School of Business; School of Music; School of Nursing; and School of Religion

Museum Center @ Five Points

Experience history and culture with ever changing exhibits and a gift shop for local artist and craftsmen.

Walking Tour of Cleveland

Self-guided walking tour of historic downtown brochure provided by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce

Inn on the Greenway

Located at 1411 Stuart Avenue adjacent to the Greenway this bed & breakfast offers well appointed guest rooms, breakfast, lunch, bicycles, wifi, main level handicap accessibility and much more.

Downtown Post Office

Located at 155 Broad Street, this building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Constructed in 1911, with the help of Company G., 117th Infantry of the National Guard. Today the Post Office also serves as the Bradley County Courthouse annex offices.

Tennova-Cleveland Hospital

Since 1952 our neighborhood and the surrounding community has been served by the hospital now known as Tennova-Cleveland. Located at 2305 Chambliss Avenue, NW a full range facility with 24 hours emergency service.

Dining & Shopping

Downtown Cleveland offers many chef owned restaurants, locally owned boutique businesses, and special and annual events.

Over 700 homes from 25th Street to Central Avenue and Church Street to Keith Street.




Jennie Kirkpatrick

Amy Banks

Candy Scoggins

Margot Still / Historic Library&Archives 

Tiffany Pendergrass


Over 700 homes from 25th Street to Central Avenue and Church Street to Keith Street.


Addt'l. Photo Credits

Jennie Kirkpatrick

Amy Banks

Candy Scoggins

Margo Still / Historic  Library Branch

Tiffany Pendergrass


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