On Sept. 15, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish issued a statement on the city's intentions to bid on Amazon headquarters.
The statement said the city is "creating an aggressive package to highlight Cleveland's competitive advantages" in its bid. Amazon has an extensive list of requirements for its potential city and headquarters site, such as no more than a 45 minute proximity to the airport and a population of more than 1 million people, according to the brand's website.
View the full set of requirements below:
Jackson and Budish's statement also said the city is working with the county, Greater Cleveland Partnership, Northeast Ohio Area-wide Coordinating Agency and Cleveland State University to craft its bid.
"This will be a community effort, similar to the process that this community undertook to win the Republican National Convention," the statement said. Read the full statement below:
Further details on the city's bid have not been released. This section will be updated as more information becomes available.