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Duke Energy Customer Assistance

If you or someone you know is having trouble paying for housing or utility expenses, there are more options to receive help than ever before. New and existing assistance programs are currently available, all purposely designed to help those affected by the economic impacts of COVID-19 or other hardships encountered over the course of 2020

2021-09-13T10:07:52-04:00community|

2022 OTA Scholarship Program

The 2022 OTA (Ohio Township Association) Scholarship Program is now open. The OTA awards four $1,500 scholarships annually to high school seniors who reside in an Ohio Township and meet certain eligibility requirements. For more information, Click Here or call the OTA office at (614) 863-0045.

2021-09-09T16:24:49-04:00community|

Hamilton County 513Relief Information

Hamilton County Commissioners launched the COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Relief Task Force in January to meet the needs of those economically affected by COVID-19. If you or your business has been negatively impacted by the pandemic, please go to 513 Relief – Access The Support You Need , email 513Relief@hamilton-co.org call (513) 946-4400.  Rent and

2021-09-10T15:55:24-04:00community|

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

At their September 7th meeting, the Board of Trustees passed a Proclamation designating September 2021 "Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month" in Sycamore Township. This Proclamation commends women and their families fighting Ovarian Cancer and encourages women in the Township and beyond to learn to recognize the symptoms of this disease knowing early detection is the key

2021-09-08T10:27:38-04:00community|

Fall 2021 Newsletter

Sycamore Township's Fall 2021 Newsletter 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 bgunderson@sycamoretownship.org to be

2021-09-01T09:12:02-04:00community|

Vacation Watch

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

2021-04-21T08:35:46-04:00community|

COVID-19 Vaccines for Homebound

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.  

2021-04-12T12:06:40-04:00community|

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

2021-03-22T14:03:37-04:00community|

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

2021-03-19T13:32:29-04:00community|
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