The Sycamore Quarterly Winter Edition

Don't miss the latest issue of Sycamore Township's print newsletter, The Sycamore Quarterly! It is available to read online now and will be arriving in mailboxes soon. This issue has information about fire department services, Dillonvale Luminaria, shelter reservations and much more! The Township mails this print newsletter to our residents quarterly to keep

2023-11-17T14:28:06-05:00community, News|

Seeking Applicants for Sycamore Township Administrator

Sycamore Township is accepting applications for the position of Township Administrator. Sycamore Township is a Home Rule Township that operates under the direction of the Board of Trustees. This full-time position is responsible for the overall administration of all Township departments, operations, and personnel. Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration or a similar field from an

2023-11-17T14:28:34-05:00Job Opening|

Sycamore Township November E-Newsletter

Sycamore Township's November E-Newsletter is now available. Click the link below to read the latest Township news about a proposed Veterans Memorial Project at Bechtold Park, Dillonvale Luminaria, leaf collection and more! Sign up today on our homepage to receive this right to your email inbox monthly! November 2023 E-Newsletter

2023-11-12T15:30:03-05:00community, News|

Resumes Being Accepted for Land Use Boards

Planning & Zoning Department Accepting Resumes for Land Use Boards Sycamore Township maintains two important land use boards, the Board of Zoning Appeals, and the Zoning Commission. Each board is made up of six appointed Sycamore Township residents. At this time, to develop a pool of residents who may be interested in such a future volunteer

2023-11-09T13:41:15-05:00community, Zoning|

Hefty ReNew Recycling Program Launch

Exciting recycling news for Sycamore Township residents! Rumpke Waste & Recycling has partnered with Hefty ReNew to bring their hard-to-recycle plastics recovery program to Greater Cincinnati! Fill a Hefty ReNew bag with hard-to-recycle plastics such as salad bags, cereal and cracker box liners, shredded cheese packages, bubble wrap, foam egg cartons and more! Tie


$4.4 Million Grant Awarded

Sycamore Township Awarded $4.4 Million in Grant Funding for Infrastructure Improvements In May 2020, the residents of Hamilton County voted to replace Cincinnati Metro's existing funding model, which relied primarily on the city's earnings tax, with a new funding structure.  In January 2021, a 0.8-percent county sales tax started funding what is now called SORTA. 

2023-10-05T12:23:25-04:00Maintenance, News|
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