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
Contact The City Manager
Office of the City Manager
801 Plum St., Suite 152
Cincinnati, OH 45202-1979
- Message About Snow Cleanup
I know many of you are hanging in with us, but I wanted to share the situation we are in with you.
- City Manager Selects New Police Chief
Jeffrey Blackwell, currently Deputy Police Chief in Columbus, Ohio, will serve as the next Police Chief for the City of Cincinnati.
- Recognition For City Employees
Nine City employees were recognized at last night's Reds game versus the Chicago Cubs for their outstanding dedication and service to our country as veterans.
- Police Chief Search Narrowed
The list of candidates for the position of Cincinnati Police Chief has been narrowed to four finalists.
- Statement On Impound Unit Audit
The following is a statement from City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. on the Cincinnati Police Department Impound Unit Audit.