Hamilton County Commissioners announce nearly $1 Million is being awarded to the Village of Lincoln Heights to fund transformational improvements to drive economic development in the heart of the Village. Commissioners announce $12 Million in Covid-19 federal aid to help families avoid eviction and keep the lights on.
Hamilton County is located in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2020 census, the population was 830,639, making it the third-most populous county in Ohio. The county seat and largest city is Cincinnati. The county is named for the first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton.
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County government in Ohio is an administrative arm of the state, structured in the manner outlined by the State Constitution and the laws enacted by the General Assembly. Responsibility for county government is shared by the Ohio General Assembly which has legislative power, the county courts which have judicial power and an elected 3-member Board of County Commissioners and 8 other elected officials who have administrative power.
Search Court Records. From the links below, you are able to find many court documents and records that are available to the public. You can search court cases by name, number, or by other party name, or search for tickets from the Clerk of Courts website. From the Probate Court's website, you can search for all probate cases (with the exception of Marriage License and Mental Health).
Funds treatment, rehab programs and facilities for children, adults, and elderly of Hamilton County. For information, contact the Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board, (513) 946-8600. DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES-- 4.13 mills, 5 years, expires TY 2023. Funds the Hamilton County Board of Developmental Disabilities school, adult training, residential and community programs. For more information, contact the Hamilton County Board of Developmental Disabilities, (513) 794-3300.
The county’s Safe Sleep initiative was a 2022 Achievement Award winner in the Children and Youth Category. From 2017 to 2021, 67 percent of infant deaths in Hamilton County were a result of unsafe sleeping and 2020 marked the worst year in almost a decade, with 21 sleep-related infant deaths. Stressors from the COVID-19 pandemic, like social ...
ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Strange lights that lit up the skies for miles around Anderson Township Tuesday came from a fire that started inside a Duke Energy substation. Duke Energy said the ...
Crews responding to reported crash with injuries on River Road in Crosby Township. Updated: 10:56 AM EST Feb 2, 2023.
and last updated 4:31 PM, Feb 01, 2023. CINCINNATI — Even though Hamilton County is working to move the Cincinnati Police Department’s gun range in Evendale, people in Lincoln Heights ...