Mayor Mark Mallory
Welcomes You To Your Cincinnati
Mayor Mark Mallory was sworn in as the 68th Mayor of Cincinnati December 1, 2005 and was re-elected in 2009. His election marked a new era for City Hall as the first two-term Mayor under the City's new Stronger-Mayor system, the first directly-elected black Mayor, and the first Mayor in over 70 years who did not come from City Council.
Your Legislative Body
The mission of the Cincinnati City Council is to provide, in a democratic and transparent manner, efficient and effective services that will make Cincinnati a better place in which to live, work and play. Meet your City Council members and find Council meetings and agendas.
City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr.
City's Top Administrator
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. Find current business opportunities with the City and available commercial property.
- Plan Cincinnati Implementation Kick-Off
Join us as we start to put Plan Cincinnati into action!
- SBE Information Technology Networking Expo
Learn about various City of Cincinnati IT services and SBE vendor opportunities!
- Washington Park Selected A 'Frontline Park'
Washington Park in Cincinnati, OH has been named a "Frontline Park" by the national urban park advocacy organization City Parks Alliance.
- Brown Bag Informational Session
Marion Haynes, the City of Cincinnati's Zoning Hearing Examiner, will hold a Brown Bag Informational Session on the zoning hearing process and upcoming changes to the process.
- Northside, Oakley To See $18M In New Development
The Cincinnati neighborhoods of Northside and Oakley will see a major influx of investment after City Council approved two economic development deals Wednesday.
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