Sycamore Township's November E-Newsletter is now available. Sign up today on our homepage to receive this right to your email inbox monthly! The Latest News for You - November 2022
The Board of Trustees of Sycamore Township have issued a Proclamation declaring November, 2022 Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in Sycamore Township. To learn more about Pancreatic Cancer, particularly its signs and symptoms, click here.
ELECTRIC AGGREGATION NOT RENEWING The current Sycamore Township electric aggregation program expires in December 2022. The goal for Energy Alliances, the Township’s energy consultant, was to find an alternative supplier able to beat Duke Energy Ohio’s default generation rate of 6.38¢ per kWh before the program’s expiration. After thorough analysis, Energy Alliances did not find
High School seniors who reside in Sycamore Township are eligible to apply for a scholarship sponsored by the Ohio Township Association for use at any four-year Ohio college or university in the fall of 2023. New this year, the OTA has added a fifth scholarship opportunity to one student who plans to attend a trade
Sycamore Township was featured in the July/August Edition of the Ohio Township Association Magazine for winning an Ohio Traffic Safety Improvement Grant to install a sidewalk along Kemper Road. Thank you to Interim Administrator/Superintendent Tracy Kellums, Assistant Superintendent Steve Reutelshofer, and Choice One Engineering for their grant writing efforts which are paying off for our
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
The Hamilton County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency is responsible for disaster preparedness and emergency management in Hamilton County. Residents of Hamilton County are encouraged to sign up for Alert HC to receive a variety of notifications from flash flood warnings to evacuation alerts. Alert Hamilton County is also paired with Smart911, a system
The Township has digital speed radar signs that may be temporarily installed on your street to collect and record traffic data. If you would like to request one, please contact Tracy Kellums at 513-792-7257 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.