- State of the City
Mayor Mark Mallory
Cincinnati's 68th Mayor
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.
Mayor Mallory has championed the renaissance that is taking place throughout Cincinnati. His vision of a modern city that competes nationally and internationally for businesses, investment, and residents is rallying the community to produce major change. Mayor Mallory's leadership has pushed Cincinnati to pursue bold projects to transform the city and creative strategies to tackle large challenges. Read More
2012 State Of The City Address
Mayor Calls On Cincinnatians To Invest For Future
Mayor Mark Mallory delivered his 7th State of the City Address calling on Cincinnatians to commit themselves to making investments to benefit Cincinnati today and for future generations. The Mayor spoke in front of a full house in the Jarson Kaplan Theater at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.
Mayor Mallory laid out the formula for a successful Cincinnati. "Pride, Investment, Commitment, Partnership, and Promotion. That is the formula that we have used to transform our great city," Mayor Mallory said. "I have shared with you points of pride and stories of success that we can celebrate but what I want to stress is that we cannot stop. We must continue to challenge ourselves to improve the quality of life for all of those living in Cincinnati today and we must continue to challenge ourselves to invest in our city for future generations."
Contact Mayor Mallory & His Staff
Mayor Mark Mallory
801 Plum St., Suite 150
Cincinnati, OH 45202-1979
Julianna Rice, Office Manager
Jason Barron, Director of Public Affairs
Shawn Butler, Director of Community Affairs
Ryan Adcock, Director of Legislative Affairs
Arlen Herrell, Director Of International Affairs
Brenden Regan, Constituent Aide
- Mayor Mallory & ArtWorks To Add 10 New Murals
Mayor Mark Mallory and ArtWorks announced the details of the ArtWorks 2013 summer program.
- Mayor To Greet Solar Plane Tonight
Mayor Mark Mallory will greet Solar Impulse when it lands at Lunken Airport tonight around 9 p.m.
- Passing Of Mayor Ruehlmann
Mayor Mallory has released the following statement on the passing of former Mayor Eugene Ruehlmann.
- Mayor Calls For Immigration Reform
Earlier today, Mayor Mark Mallory met with local business leaders to discuss the effects of comprehensive immigration reform being debated in Congress.
- Mayor Mallory Statement: New Transportation Secretary
Mayor Mark Mallory issued the following statement about President Barack Obama nominating Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx as the new Secretary of Transportation.
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