This would be great for our neighborhood! ... See MoreSee Less

We are happy to announce the winning neighborhoods for the first edition of our Grow Cincinnati Public Living Wall Program! This year CORRYVILLE and BOND HILL are our two winners. Large exterior Living Walls will be built in their central business district, making those areas more appealing and walkable. Applications will open again on Jan 1!

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Found, female white pittie mix. Paddock Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, near Avon Fields Golf Course on 07.05.17, 7:30 am. Please call 513-761-0268, or 513-242-2221. Email: lkorr2@aol.com. must identify a spot, color & placement. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sent request to city of Cincinnati to get cutting and landscape crew outside of Avon Fields golf course from Reading down Paddock Rd. Looks like this area has been forgotten and is overgrown with bushes, debris and tall grass. Unsafe hazard. It has been two weeks and nothing done. Called CRC maintenance Friday morning. Let's see if this gets the bushes cut back so residents of Paddock Hills can walk without getting glass in shoes and his in face with bushes. ... See MoreSee Less

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I love living in Paddock Hills.. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a great way to dress up an otherwise ugly eyesore in our neighborhood; the old N/S rail overpass on Reading, just north of Avon. It could make such an amazing entrance to Paddock Hills... ... See MoreSee Less

Very thankful to all the volunteers helping me transfer a 114' long history of Madisonville mural onto a wall in my home neighborhood. This is a cool project is being funded by Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and it has been in the works for nearly 3 years! We will be having a public painting day on July 8th, excited that the residents and any others can help create a piece of pride for our neighborhood!

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I think we have a mockingbird in the neighborhood today. And apparently, it has learned its "call" from the police/fire/ambulance sirens. Sounds exactly like it! ... See MoreSee Less

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In catching up with Michael Moore, the night before the Neighborhood Summit, he confirmed that WW will indeed come to Paddock Hills, likely along Victory Pkwy via land The City already owns. However, chances are it will not be for several years. They are working on the main "artery" of the bike trail first, then building the connecting trails. ... See MoreSee Less

Several weeks ago the WW Board held a mini-retreat to map out strategy for the next several years. Led by Lisa Shelley from Essentia, a professional strategic facilitator, the Board dedicated many hours to the effort. Thanks to Lisa for donating her time and running a very productive event. Thanks to the members of the WW Board for all the hours they volunteer to the WW ! We are so excited about the future !

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For those interested in the bike trail... ... See MoreSee Less

Urgent Help Needed !!! The City of Cincinnati is currently reviewing the City Manager’s proposed 2018/2019 Capital Budget. We need your help to request that funds are allocated for the Wasson Way. Please contact Mayor Cranley and all City Council Members and ask them to include $500K in both the 2018 and 2019 capital budgets. (The City capital budget is different from the operating budget which is stretched very thin). This funding is critical if we are going to build future phases of the trail as quickly as possible. For your convenience, the email addresses are below as well as an example email (We encourage you to make it personal if you can.). As soon as possible-now would be the best!!!. Take a moment to send an email!!! Thank you in advance for your help! Susan Schaefer, Board President Wasson Way. Dear Mayor Cranley and Members of Cincinnati City Council: Hello. I am a resident of the City of Cincinnati and I am writing to ask for your support of the Wasson Way Trail in the 2018/19 Capital Budget that is currently under review. Specifically, I believe that a $500K contribution in both 2018 and 2019 (total $1M over 2 years) is a reasonable amount for the City to contribute. This will allow design and construction to continue in a timely manner while making the most of the right-of-way the City recently acquired. The Wasson Way organization will soon be soliciting significant private donations and this shows future donors that the City is committed to partnering to making this trail a reality for our communities. Sincerely, mayor.cranley@cincinnati-oh.gov yvette.simpson@cincinnati-oh.gov david.mann@cincinnati-oh.gov kevin.flynn@cincinnati-oh.gov amy.murray@cincinnati-oh.gov chris.seelbach@cincinnati-oh.gov pg.sittenfeld@cincinnati-oh.gov christopher.smitherman@cincinnati-oh.gov charlie.winburn@cincinnati-oh.gov wendell.young@cincinnati-oh.gov

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