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Attorney General Yost’s Robocall Enforcement Unit Warns of Potential Scam Calls and Texts

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

2021-02-16T10:30:30-05:00community|

Duke Energy Central Corridor Pipeline

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

2021-09-16T16:04:00-04:00community|

Energy Scams

The Ohio Attorney General's office recently posted information about Energy Scams happening in the State of Ohio. For information on these types of scams and where to get assistance, Click Here.

2020-10-26T14:09:59-04:00community|

Alert Hamilton County & Smart 911

We encourage Sycamore Township residents to watch the video below to learn more about Alert Hamilton County and Smart 911. Click the title within the embedded video to open it on the YouTube web site in a larger window. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6id6_BH3tg&feature=youtu.be  

2020-06-29T09:52:33-04:00community|

Rent and Utility Assistance Information

Community Action Agency has a new State of Ohio CARES $4 million grant program for mortgage, rent and utility assistance for families earning up to 200% of poverty level.  No limit.  Interested residents should send an email including their name and phone number as well as a note indicating mortgage help to epa@cincy-caa.org.  Applications will

2021-04-13T09:49:11-04:00community|

Closure of Sycamore Township Buildings to the Public

In response to the current public health crisis brought on by the spread of COVID-19, the State of Emergency declared by Governor DeWine, and recommendations from the CDC, all Sycamore Township Buildings are now closed to the public.  Deliveries may be left in the bin in the lobby of Fire Station #92 at 8540 Kenwood

2021-04-01T09:50:59-04:00community|

Get COVID-19 Alerts

Hamilton County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency has added an option for the public to sign up to receive alerts about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) through the Alert Hamilton County System. https://www.hamiltoncountyohioema.org/latest-news/get-covid-19-alerts/  

2020-03-11T09:38:13-04:00community|

Hamilton County EMHSA

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

2021-03-09T08:51:56-05:00community|
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