Neighborhood Support Program
The City's Neighborhood Support Program provides funding to community councils for neighborhood projects and activities.
Self-determination and community improvement are the foundations of the program. Through Neighborhood Support Program, the City extends a challenge to its neighborhoods: "What can we do together to improve the quality of life in your community?"
Community councils have used the funds for:
- membership drives
- beautification and clean-up activities
- summer employment or cultural activities for neighborhood youth
- networking and training workshops for community leaders
There are currently 51 neighborhood councils recognized in the City of Cincinnati. The Neighborhood Support Program is an annual process open only to these 51 neighborhood councils.
Councils must submit an annual proposal that has been approved by residents living within that neighborhood.