CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson was officially sworn in for his next four years in office on Tuesday.

Mayor Jackson's inauguration will be held at Cleveland City Hall. WKYC streamed the ceremonies live on our site and on Facebook.

In his speech, Jackson touted his accomplishments, such as balancing the city's budget and attracting events like the 2016 Republican National Convention.

"We've moved away from celebrating second place, to having an expectation of being a winner," he said.

He also pledged to focus on more job creation in the city, as well as address staffing issues at the police departent.

Jackson won this fourth term after beating Zack Reed back in the November election. He is now Cleveland's longest-serving mayor, having been in office since 2006.