Office Of The City Manager
City's Top Administrator
The day-to-day business of operating the City is the responsibility of the City Manager, the chief administrator of the City appointed by the Mayor and City Council.
The City Manager is responsible for providing and maintaining the essential City services through the efficient and effective management and operation of the City. The City provides many basic services to the citizens of Cincinnati, including fire and police protection, solid waste management, recreational activities, greenspace management, community and economic development, water and sewer management, and maintenance of the public infrastructure. Read More
Milton R. Dohoney, Jr.
Cincinnati City Manager
Milton R. Dohoney, Jr. was appointed City Manager of the City of Cincinnati by Mayor Mark Mallory and confirmed by the City Council.
He assumed his duties in August 2006 as the Chief Executive Officer for the city government, overseeing a staff of more than 5,000 employees and a combined budget of $1 billion. Read More
Contact The City Manager
Office of the City Manager
801 Plum St., Suite 152
Cincinnati, OH 45202-1979
- City Manager's Budget Relies Mostly On Cuts To Balance
Today, City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. presented his recommended budget for FY 2014-2015 to Mayor Mark Mallory, per the provisions in the City Charter.
- City Partners With SoMoLend
The City of Cincinnati, continuing its support of small businesses, is entering into an agreement with SoMoLend, a first-of-its kind web-based lending platform that connects small businesses with organizational lenders.
- TQL To Create 80 New Jobs In Westwood
Total Quality Logistics will create 80 new jobs in Westwood as part of a Job Creation Tax Credit agreement approved this week by Cincinnati City Council.
- Recommended Budget Invests In Growth
Today, Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. presented his proposed 2013 budget to Mayor Mark Mallory that continues to invest in the growth Cincinnati has been experiencing while using five areas to address the $34 million deficit.
- Design Competition: Fort Washington Way Decks
The City of Cincinnati, with non-profit and corporate support, is announcing a design competition, "Connect the Blocks," to establish a vision for the decks over Fort Washington Way between Main Street and Elm Street to connect the Central Business District to The Banks.
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