Monthly Archives: March 2021


Street Sweeping Program

The Sycamore Township Maintenance Department's Street Sweeping Program has begun and will go through the end of the month. Please be aware that some areas of the Township will have temporary no parking signs posted. Please obey these signs so the street sweeping trucks can do their job. Thank you!


Complete the Parks Survey Today!

There was an issue over the weekend with the QR Code for the Parks Survey. We believe the issue has been fixed. If you had trouble accessing the survey, please try again using the QR Code or the link below. We apologize for any inconvenience. The Sycamore Township Parks Advisory Committee wants to hear from

2021-03-29T08:41:02-04:00Parks & Recreation|

03/25/2021 Business Focus Group Session Video

Sycamore Township Administration is interested in developing a plan for the property situated along Montgomery Road and is located between the BP gas station and the Redstone office development. Sycamore Township is hosting several Focus Groups this spring as a planning exercise to gather input from the community in advance about the most appropriate use


Spring Property Maintenance Tips

This time of year is a great opportunity to get a head start on property maintenance that will help you avoid big repair bills later and get your home ready for the Spring and Summer. For those who’ve been trapped inside their homes to stay out of the cold, now is the time to rediscover


Spring 2021 Newsletter

Sycamore Township  is available to read online now and will be arriving in mail boxes soon! The Township mails a print newsletter to our residents quarterly to keep them informed. Any resident who is not currently receiving the newsletter in the mail may contact Beth Gunderson at 513-792-7248 or to be added to


Thank you to our Resident Focus Group

Sycamore Township held a Resident Focus Group on 03/11/2021 to gain feedback on potential development of a 7.5 acre property on Montgomery Rd in Kenwood. Thank you to the residents involved in the Focus Group who shared their thoughts and opinions about this crucial piece of property. The next Focus Group on this topic


GCWW Forgiveness Program

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, City Manager Paula Boggs Muething, and Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) Executive Director, Cathy Bailey have initiated the GCWW Economic Hardship Water Debt Forgiveness Program. The Water “Forgiveness Program” is helping GCWW customers in Sycamore Township avoid water shutoffs at their homes. Customers must demonstrate they are experiencing economic hardship due


03/16/2021 Trustees Meeting Video

The video of the 03/16/2021 Trustees Meeting is now available for viewing. For those who prefer to listen, audio is available here. Click the title within the embedded video to open it on the YouTube website in a larger window.

2021-03-19T13:56:15-04:00Trustee Meeting|

03/16/2021 Case 2020-07Z Public Hearing Video

The video of the 03/16/2021 Public Hearing before the Board of Trustees for Zoning Case 2020-07Z (8760 Montgomery Road) is now available for viewing. Click the title within the embedded video to open it on the YouTube website in a larger window.

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