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City of Cincinnati 6h
Soccer fans and West End residents joined various stakeholder groups today for the official groundbreaking of the future FC Cincinnati stadium. Mayor Cranley and several Councilmembers were on hand for the event.
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City of Cincinnati 6h
Hey Erin, thanks for letting us know. You should be able to report at or using the Fix it Cincy! mobile app. You can also call 513-591-6000.
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City of Cincinnati 10h
. has welcomed Cincinnati into its Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities. The network helps communities become great places for people of all ages and abilities by offering invaluable resources focused on age and accessibility issues. Thanks to all who joined us!
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City of Cincinnati 10h
. has welcomed Cincinnati into its Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities. The network helps communities become great places for people of all ages and abilities by offering invaluable resources focused on age and accessibility issues. Thanks to all who joined us!
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Cincinnati Water 11h
TRAFFIC ALERT UPDATE: 2201 Spring Grove Ave (FAIRVIEW). Two inbound lanes CLOSED from Harrison to Western Hills Viaduct for repairs until end of the week. Traffic is being maintained. Please use caution in the area and seek alternate routes.
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City of Cincinnati 13h
City Manager Patrick Duhaney announces a grant of $40,000 from the Healthpath Foundation of Ohio to help the City of Cincinnati do an age and accessibility community assessment. This will be a crucial tool for making neighborhood-specific decisions regarding age-related issues.
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City of Cincinnati 13h
AARP rep Nicole Ware announces how this partnership benefits Cincinnati as it prepares for a “major demographic shift.” Per Ms. Ware, data shows by 2030 their will be more US residents over than age of 65 than 18 or younger.
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City of Cincinnati 13h
Councilmember P.G. Sittenfeld formally announces Cincinnati being invited into and accepting a place in AARP’s Network of Age- and Disability-Friendly Communities. This partnership will afford the City various resources for preparing Cincinnati to become a better city for all.
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City of Cincinnati 15h
City leaders will join various community partners this morning at 's new Innovation Center (4628 Paddock Rd.) as AARP welcomes Cincinnati into its Network of Age-Friendly Communities. The event starts at 11 a.m.
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City of Cincinnati 15h
City leaders will outline next steps for the Livable Communities program and highlight how this designation will help make Cincinnati a better place for older adults, persons with disabilities, and all Cincinnatians.
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City of Cincinnati 15h
City leaders will join various community partners this morning at 's new Innovation Center (4628 Paddock Rd.) as AARP welcomes Cincinnati into its Network of Age-Friendly Communities. The event starts at 11 a.m.
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Leigh Tami 15h
Some hopeful news about heroin for : according to our Heroin Overdose Response Tracker, 2018 is on track to see about 32% DECREASE in heroin-related EMS dispatches compared to 2017 (if you want to dig into the data yourself, here's the link: )
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City of Cincinnati Dec 17
The Budget and Finance committee meets today at 1 p.m. You can watch live on or online at You can find more information about the meeting and City Council at
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Choosecincy Dec 17
is now accepting applications from OTR residents for on-street parking permits. Learn more and apply here: The OTR Parking Plan goes into effect on January 1, 2019.
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Roadmap Cincy Dec 17
Starting today, Monday, Dec. 17, the City's Department of Transportation & Engineering is accepting applications for the Special Parking Permit Area in Over-the-Rhine. Get answers to questions about the new program: .
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Oliver Kroner Dec 17
. is committed to 100% renewable energy by 2035. City govt is leading by example with solar and wind on 28 city facilities. We are now seeking the right partner to install local solar to take us 100% renewable. Request for Qualifications:
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City of Cincinnati Dec 17
Councilmember David Mann joined various City and leaders Friday to formally rename the Elm Street health center in OTR in memory of trailblazing local politician Bobbie Sterne. Thrilled Mayor Sterne's daughters could join us. LEARN MORE:
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Choosecincy Dec 17
On January 1, the Over-the-Rhine Parking Plan will take effect. If you're an OTR resident who wants to apply for a residential permit, you can learn more about requirements & apply online: , or in person at City Hall room 425 from 8AM–4PM.
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City of Cincinnati Dec 14
Today the City formally renamed the health center on Elm Street the "Bobbie Sterne Health Center." Mayor Sterne was a trailblazer in politics and champion for public health. Thrilled that Mayor Sterne's daughters could take part in renaming ceremony.
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Cincinnati Water Dec 14
CONGRATULATIONS to all the Department awardees, and especially our very own Superhero Kathleen Frey! Recognized this morning in Council Chambers at the 2018 Employee Appreciation Awards ceremony for Excellence in Service.
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