Read the latest news from the Department of Community Development.
- August 15, 2014
- Walnut Hills Kicks Off NEP
The City of Cincinnati joined more than 150 people to kick off the Walnut Hills Neighborhood Enhancement Program.
- June 24, 2014
- Gantry Breaks Ground In Northside
This morning in Northside, community partners broke ground on a significant new project at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Blue Rock Road.
- June 20, 2014
- Evanston Welcomes St. Ambrose
This afternoon in Evanston, an excited crowd applauded as the ribbon was cut on St. Ambrose.
- June 12, 2014
- NEP Brings Results To East Price Hill
Mayor John Cranley, Interim City Manager Scott C. Stiles joined with neighborhood leaders and corporate partners in East Price Hill to announce results of the 17th Neighborhood Enhancement Program.
- June 5, 2014
- Store Demolished To Make Way For New Development
City and neighborhood leaders kicked off demolition of a former Kroger store in College Hill, so that the site can be redeveloped.
- June 3, 2014
- National Homeownership Month Begins At CiTiRAMA
City leaders along with The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati held a groundbreaking ceremony for the 12th CiTiRAMA®.
- April 2, 2014
- City Releases 2013 Federal Program Performance Report
The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is the City's primary method for reporting how certain federal development and housing money is spent. This document outlines City projects that were completed and programs that were implemented in 2013 using federal CDBG and HOME funds.
- March 4, 2014
- 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!
- January 29, 2014
- 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.
- December 23, 2013
- City Commits $7M To Removing Blight
The City of Cincinnati has committed $7 million in contracts for the demolition of condemned and blighted structures throughout the city's neighborhoods.
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