Mayor John Cranley
Cincinnati's 69th Mayor
On Dec. 1, 2013, John Cranley became the City of Cincinnati's 69th Mayor. He has dedicated himself to moving the city forward so it becomes a center of opportunity and innovation. Mayor Cranley helped craft a structurally balanced budget, put more police officers on the street, prioritized basic services and brought more jobs to Cincinnati. Cranley also put in place the Tax Increment Finance Districts that have allowed for the revitalization of The Banks, Fountain Square, the Gateway Quarter and Washington Park.
Mayor John Cranley delivered the 2015 State of the City Address on Oct. 5, 2015, in the Champions Club at Great American Ball Park.
- Mayor Cranley Asks Lawmakers, Regulators for Incinerator Extension
Mayor John Cranley is visiting Washington, D.C., today to meet with federal officials about getting an extension to continue operating the Little Miami Incinerator. An extension would allow Cincinnati and Hamilton County to avoid hauling truckloads of dried human waste across town to another incinerator site.
- Mayor Cranley: Cincinnati Not Involved in Syrian Refugee Resettlement
In light of recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Beirut and Egypt, Mayor John Cranley is reassuring citizens that the City of Cincinnati won’t be involved with the resettlement of Syrian refugees.
- Wasson Way Gets $500,000 'Clean Ohio Trails' Grant
The long-proposed Wasson Way bicycle and pedestrian trail was awarded a $500,000 grant from the State of Ohio this week to help pay for construction.