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Mayor John Cranley was sworn in as the 69th Mayor of Cincinnati on Dec. 1, 2013.

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The City Manager executes the policy direction set by the Mayor and City Council through the management of 17 City departments and nearly 5,300 employees.

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Notice Of Public Meeting: Clean Ohio Funds

The City of Cincinnati is applying for Clean Ohio funds to pay for the environmental assessment of the former Cincinnati Die Cast facility property.

Electricity Contract To Save Residents Money

The City of Cincinnati again has selected First Energy Solutions as the City's electricity provider through an aggregation process in which the City represents all eligible individual customers as one larger buying unit to negotiate a lower price on electricity.

Community Needs Survey

How should the city prioritize its HUD funds? Take a quick 5-survey to tell us what's most important to you!

Pendleton – Spring Street Plaza Project

As part of the City’s investment in the neighborhood of Over the Rhine (OTR), the City of Cincinnati has contracted with Nemann Construction Company to provide a reconfiguration/renovation of the Spring Street Recreation area located at the corners of Spring Street, Shultz Alley and 12th Street in Pendleton.

East Price Hill, Walnut Hills Picked For 2014 NEP
East Price Hill, Walnut Hills Picked For 2014 NEP

Today, Mayor John Cranley and Interim City Manager Scott Stiles stood with community leaders from East Price Hill and Walnut Hills to announce that the 2014 Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) is coming to those neighborhoods.

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