Welcome to the East End
Rich, Vibrant History
Located On The Ohio River
Active Business District
Something For Everyone
Our Next Meeting is Monday
October 2nd @ 7:00pm EST
All public meetings are one hour and end at 8PM promptly.
– Meeting Agenda –
Approval of Minutes.
Police Report, Officer Jason Rice
Special Guest: Kevin Osborne, Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) will talk about the replacement of the 60-inch water main on Riverside Drive
School Report, Rebecca Wolf
Rec Report, Taylor Singleton
Treasury Report, Kathy Schwab
Presidents Report, Craig Stanton
NSP Report, Regina Moss
3E CDC Report, Matt Ackermann or Nick Motz
Garden District, Kathy Schwab
To Join In-Person Visit:
LeBlond Rec Center
2335 Riverside Drive
Cincinnati OH 45202
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
District Two Police Station
3295 Erie Ave, Cincinnati, OH, 45208
Contact Officer Jason Rice regarding any concerns. Please leave your details: your name, your district and where you are from in your message. Hours: M-F (6AM -2PM)
Non Emergency issue call: 513-765-1212
Submit anonymous tips to the CPD Neighborhood Watch:
CONSTRUCTION COMING SOON! Duke Energy will soon begin work at and in front of the East End Gas Works site related to the future Eastern Avenue Station.
Road work on Riverside Drive in front of the East End Gas Works site will begin Monday, May 8. Work will typically take place from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and is expected to last about two months. Our contractor, Primoris Snelson, will have traffic controls in place and will ensure that access to homes in the construction area is maintained.
Starting in late May, we will begin drilling at the East End Gas Works site. This work is expected to last three to four days. Neighbors may experience increased construction noise from the drilling activities. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this work may cause and thank you for your continued patience and cooperation.
The city inspector has been notified of this planned work. Duke Energy is committed to keeping the community informed throughout construction. For any questions about the project, please email the project team at EastEnd@etc-online.com, call the project hotline at 513.287.2130, or visit the project website at Duke-East-End.
East End Garden Committee Information & Resources
Our partners at the Turner Farms Community Garden Program are offering two programs for East End Gardeners. A tree pruning workshop and a Spring Orchard Blitz. The EE Garden Committee is offering two scholarships to the workshop in 2022. To learn more click on the link below. Learn More.
Stop Toxic PFAS Exposure: Don’t Let Them Turf Our Cincinnati Parks
For the past 10 years or so, the use of synthetic turf in Cincinnati has exploded. The problem is: synthetic turf contains dangerous chemicals, heats up to dangerous temperatures in the sun, and sheds plastics into our watershed and sewer system, likely raising water and sewer costs for all of us in the long term. Learn More.
Mark your calendar for the 2023 public meetings. All meetings are at 7PM!
October 2, November 6, December 4
If you live or work in the East End, let's make it a better community. The best way to do this is by getting involved with the association or a committee you feel drawn to. Suppose there's a specific area you would like improved, like safety, traffic, trash, communication, the gardens, or social gathering. In that case, you can join a committee, create a committee and build a team to make it happen. The East End Area Council is looking for volunteers with various abilities and energy levels. There is only so much a few can do, but many can move mountains. Contact Us to Volunteer.
The LeBlond Pool is now open!
Contact Our Prez — Craig Stanton
Do you have a question, suggestion, or looking to become more involved? Contact us through our website by using the link below. To speak to our President, Craig Stanton, directly you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (443) 613-1856
The Cincinnati Recreation Foundation has initiated a Share-A-Thon donation drive. We are raising money for the LeBlond Center a part of Cincinnati Recreation Center. The funds will be used to fund scholarships, purchase equipment and support programs.
The Brent Spence Bridge Project is a big undertaking. Take a look at Bridge-Forward and their ideas, research and communications: Bridge-Forward
The CARE Homes Initiative is currently renovating single-family homes to provide quality living at an affordable price. We would appreciate your assistance in spreading the word about this initiative and encouraging potential buyers to get in touch with us. The completed property pictures are attached in this notice.
If you know someone who might be interested in this opportunity, please share this information with them. Interested buyers can contact us using the information provided on our website or at email@example.com. The houses will be listed on MLS if an eligible buyer is not found.
Anaerobic Digestion Facility Project
MSD is designing an anaerobic digestion facility at the Little Miami Wastewater Treatment Plant in the East End/Columbia-Tusculum neighborhoods.
The facility will process waste solids from the Little Miami, Polk Run, and Sycamore Creek treatment plants on the east side of Hamilton County. These solids are currently being landfilled.
Discover Places in the East End
LeBlond Recreation Center
As a growing community, East End is proud to have the LeBlond Rec Center - conveniently walkable from many East End homes & businesses.
Some amenities include: Therapeutic Recreation, a Fully Accessible Playground, NEOS Electronic Playground, and Outdoor Accessible Workout Equipment
Monday - Friday: 10am - 7pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Riverview East Academy
Riverview East Academy is one of the few schools that serves grades K-12 in one building, forging strong ties to each other and the East End Community.
Riverview East is also one of the few schools that offers specific academic courses for students wanting to attend Nursing or Health Care schools.
Exciting Business District
As a growing community, we know the importance of a safe and walkable business district. We have restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and many boutiques.
Our business district is within walking distance to most East End homes. Bike racks and parking are available off-street.