SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP BUILDINGS REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC
On May 12th, Governor DeWine announced that most Public Health Orders put in place in the State of Ohio in response to COVID-19 would be removed on June 2, 2021. Therefore, Sycamore Township buildings have reopened to the public. Hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 911
For Sheriff’s assistance, call (513) 825-2280
To speak with Fire Department Personnel, call (513) 792-8565
Sycamore Township Administration Building, call (513) 791-8447
COVID-19 Vaccines for Homebound Individuals
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.
New Groups Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine, Vaccine Incentives & End Date for Health Orders
On May 12, 2021, Governor DeWine announced COVID-19 Pfizer vaccinations will now be available for Ohioans age 12 years and older. This follows CDC recommendations for use of the Pfizer vaccine in this age group. 05/12/2021 News Release Youth Vaccinations
Also, on May 12th, Governor DeWine announced new vaccine incentives and an end date of June 2nd for public health orders currently in place. 05/12/2021 News Release Vaccine Incentives & End Date for Health Orders
On May 17, 2021, the Governor amended the health order to conform to CDC recommendations which allows vaccinated individuals to stop wearing masks. 05/17/2021 Amended Health Order
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine and its launch in Ohio, CLICK HERE.
Governor DeWine announced on May 17, 2021 that the Ohio Vax-a-Million drawing will be an opt-in program. Starting tomorrow, Ohioans will be asked to register for the drawings by visiting OhioVaxaMillion.com or by calling the Ohio Department of Health at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.
Detailed information about the drawings is available in this press release from the Ohio Department of Health and Ohio Lottery.
Find COVID-19 relief options to Hamilton County residents: 513Relief
|Home Relief Grant||Bar & Restaurant Assistance Fund|
|Small Business Relief Grant||Hamilton County CARES Act Rent and Utility Assistance Application|
Park Facility Rental
Residential Zoning Applications Accepted Via Email
The Department of Planning and Zoning will accept zoning applications for residential fences and sheds via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. *Faxed plans will not be accepted as they are generally illegible. Please call (513) 792-7250 for more information.
Fences: Application, Site Plan (No fences will be permitted in front yards)
Sheds under 200 sq ft: Application, Site plan, Building Plan w/ Dimensions
Satellite Dish (larger than one meter in diameter): Application, Site Plan, Building Plan w/ Dimensions
Antenna (over 12 ft. above roof line): Application, Site Plan, Building Plan w/ Dimensions
Any projects requiring Hamilton County Building Permits, including pools, will still require full hard copy submittals.
For any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Duke Energy COVID-19 Updates/Customer Assistance
Duke Energy has provided a link to dukeenergyupdates.com for customers needing assistance during COVID-19 and now allows for extended payment arrangements to be set up online for residential customers facing economic hardship. Customers simply select an option that best suits their needs and enter their Duke Energy account number or telephone number to begin the process. Customers with more complex needs can speak with a customer care representative at 800-544-6900 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Below are links to local, State and National health organizations for additional information about this virus:
Hamilton County EMA/Homeland Security:
State of Ohio Department of Health:
Call 1-833-427-5634 with COVID-19 Questions
Center for Disease Control (CDC) :
MENTAL HEALTH CARELINE
The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) announced the launch of a new mental health COVID CareLine for Ohioans.
Trained staff will be available to provide emotional assistance to anyone struggling with mental health concerns due to the ongoing stress of the pandemic.
The number to call is 1-800-720-9616. All calls will be confidential.
Guide to Telehealth Services and Seeing a Virtual Nurse
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.