Thank you to everyone who joined us at the 2023 Dillonvale Luminaria and to all those who made the event a huge success! Thank you to our sponsor Dillonvale IGA for donating hot chocolate and goodies, and to Ace Hardware in Dillonvale Shopping Center for ordering and selling the Luminaria Kits. We appreciate all the Dillonvale residents who decorated their
ESP Media, LLC, Sycamore Township's partner for live streaming and recording public meetings, has created a landing page where you can watch Trustee meetings live and view all video content for Sycamore Township since 2020. Add watchsycamoretownship.com to the favorites in your browser and have all live streams and videos at your fingertips!
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
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
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.
Please read the following press release from the Warren County Engineer's office with information about delays on Fields Ertel Road due to utility relocation.
Sycamore Township contracted with TEC engineering to complete a traffic study at Happiness Way to determine if there is a significant number of vehicles using Happiness Way to by-pass the Kenwood Road & Galbraith Road intersection. The study found 24-hour counts of average daily traffic to be consistent with the number of houses in
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 email@example.com.