Dear Candidates: What do Community Councils and our neighborhoods need?

Community Council leaders came together to create a communication for candidates for City Council to raise awareness of the expectations for City Council and the issues and needs of the neighborhoods. WHAT ARE THE TOP ISSUES FACING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS? Development without regard to the needs and character of a neighborhood Affordable housing* and the impact of gentrification /

09 Oct 2021

2020 Winners

Friend of the Neighborhoods Award: Kathy Schwab    2020 Summit Award Winners: Everybody Counts Award – 2020’s Summit Theme award goes to an individual, community group, organization, or collaborative whose work has gone above and beyond to include communities, groups, individuals or places who have been overlooked in the past. Projects or programs in this

22 Oct 2020

Black American Tree Project Registration Form

Please fill out the form to register as a participant in the Black American Tree Project.  After registration verification, you will receive your Zoom registration link and background material. Given the nature of the Black American Tree Project we are asking that you self identify your ethnicity. Although not required, this will help us to assign participant

12 Aug 2020

Public Safety Listening Sessions

Public Safety Listening Sessions We will be holding 3 Community Council listening sessions in November with Jason Cooper, Division Manager – Criminal Justice Initiatives and Collaborative Agreement Sustainability, Elena Morton Comeaux, Commander of the Collaborative Agreement Compliance Unit, and Elizabeth Bartley, ED, Invest in Neighborhoods and member of MAG Advisory Council. The purpose of the

29 Oct 2019

Join us July 9th: Special Events Insurance – What, why, how?

We will answer questions about Special Events Insurance, and Nicolette Stanton from OPDA is going to give a sneak peak at the soon-to-be-launched “Special Events Permits Portal” Find more information here

29 Jun 2019


Thank you to all of you who supported our endeavours with the FY2020 budget. The good news: Invest in Neighborhood’s funds from the City were fully restored!  Which means we can keep doing what we do best – serving the needs of our communities. And this year there was no reduction in the NSP funds

29 Jun 2019

FY2020 Budget – Resources

Follow this link for contact information for City Council, one pagers and infographics  

23 May 2019

April 30 – Quarterly Meeting

Please join us for our Quarterly Meeting  Doors open 5:30 for nibbles and networking Meeting starts at 6:00 Agenda updates from Invest on various initiatives and issues of importance to the neighborhoods FY2020 Budget discussion schedule of activities developing talking points specifically around NSP other budget issues of concern to the Community Councils and the

19 Apr 2019

Fair Tax Abatement – upcoming meetings Apr 16 & Apr 17

April 16: Bond Hill Rec Center – 6 pm Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard is hosting an info session on the CRA Program (both Commercial and Residential Abatements) at the Bond Hill Rec Center Tuesday, April 16th at 6pm at 1501 Elizabeth Ave Cincinnati, 45237. Link: April 17: Madisonville Rec Center – 6 pm This is the

25 Mar 2019

Parks’ Special Events Fee Waiver

Starting your event planning for next year?  If you haven’t heard, in October the Board of Park Commissioners approved a new Special Use Fee Waiver policy    The purpose of this policy is to set forth guidelines and criteria governing the Special Use fee waiver process necessary to encourage and support of local special events, community projects, or

10 Dec 2018
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