Working With Diverse Neighborhood Partners
The Cincinnati Department of Community Development provides and leverages funding and other resources that support quality housing, neighborhood revitalization and human services. The Department also strives to eliminate blight and building safety hazards and to promote building repair and renovation, which is done through education and enforcement of property maintenance codes. Read More
Michael L. Cervay
Director Of Community Development
As the City of Cincinnati's Director of the Department of Community Development, Mr. Cervay is responsible for overseeing market-rate and affordable housing programs and neighborhood business development, as well as the department's human services, and small business divisions. He also oversees the workforce development and neighborhood support programs.
Mr. Cervay has experience with the implementation of Capital Grant Programs, HOPE VI Demolitions and Revitalization Grants and managing other grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Read More
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805 Central Ave., Suite 700
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
- Vibrant Voices Newsletter - Spring 2013
Vibrant Voices is the newsletter for the Department of Community Development. In this issue, learn more about the Moving Ohio Forward demolition program, changes to the City's tax abatement program, and Avondale's selection to receive a major federal grant.
- Housing Repair Services RFP
The City of Cincinnati, Ohio, Department of Community Development is requesting proposals from qualified and experienced person(s), and/or agencies to provide Housing Repair Services to qualifying homeowners. These emergency services are to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Emergencies can be broken water lines, gas fumes, non running water, leaky roofs, improper wiring, broken furnace, etc.
- National Award For Villages At Roll Hill
The City of Cincinnati has been honored with a national community development award for its contribution to massive renovations of the Villages at Roll Hill.
- 2012 CiTiRAMA Poster Design
The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati once again partnered with The Art Academy of Cincinnati to create the CiTiRAMA poster design.
- Rebirth Of A Price Hill Landmark
The Elberon, at the corner of Elberon Avenue and West Eight Street, was transformed from a vacant and blighted building into the neighborhood and city landmark it once was.
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