The summer edition of Sycamore Township's quarterly newsletter is now available to read online and will be arriving in mailboxes soon.
Sycamore Township hosted a National Day of Prayer Event on Thursday, May 6th at noon with help from Pastor Larry Cornett, Bethel Baptist Temple, who organized. The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was
Going on vacation? If so, as a Township resident you’re entitled to a Vacation Watch service that is provided by The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. Each day our uniformed deputies check residences of those who have signed up for this service. To add your residence to the check list, please call the Sheriff's Office Headquarters
Residents of Sycamore Township who have mobility challenges or are homebound and unable to leave home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine may register at Homebound Registration Survey (cchmc.org) Once registered, the Sycamore Township FIRE/EMS Department will contact you as vaccines become available to provide the vaccination at your residence.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to
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
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
The Ohio Attorney General launched an anti-robocall initiative six months ago. In a media release today, Attorney General Yost reminded consumers that the best response to robocalls is "just don't answer" and provided general tips to help combat robocalls. 09/17/2020 Media Release Do Not Call Registry: Call 1-888-382-1222 or register your phone number online at
Construction of the Duke Energy Central Corridor Pipeline began on March 1st. Prior to the commencement of the project, Sycamore Township Superintendent/Assistant Administrator Tracy Kellums attended a pre-construction meeting with the Duke Energy Central Corridor Pipeline Project Team. Pipeline construction in Sycamore Township is in the area of Kemper Road and Conrey Road. Duke Energy
Sycamore Township residents who use Rumpke for curbside recycling ~ please note Rumpke will now accept such as yogurt and butter containers. What Can It Recycle?