View press releases from the Office of Mayor John Cranley.
- January 22, 2015
- Mayor Cranley Appears On TV Game Show For Non-Profit Group
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley will compete today on an episode of "Let's Ask America," a TV game show. Mayor Cranley's episode features well-known figures from Greater Cincinnati as contestants. Each person's winnings will benefit a non-profit group of his or her choice.
- January 21, 2015
- Mayor Cranley Attends U.S. Conference Of Mayors Meeting
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley is attending the U.S. Conference of Mayors' winter meeting in Washington, D.C. While there, Mayor Cranley has several important appointments scheduled with federal officials, many of which involve discussions about local transportation projects.
- January 20, 2015
- Mayor Cranley Offers Condolences After I-75 Overpass Collapse
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley issued the following statement today in response to Monday night's collapse of a highway overpass near the Hopple Street exit on Interstate 75.
- January 13, 2015
- Major Crime Categories Drop In 2014
Final 2014 numbers show a significant drop in several key crime indicators. Leaders credit targeted, intelligent policing, community collaboration and a commitment to the Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV) program, which emphasizes close partnership between community and governmental agencies.
- December 30, 2014
- City Reaches Deal With Employees, Retirees For Long-Term Pension System Solvency
Earlier this evening, the parties involved in the City of Cincinnati pension negotiations reached a wide-ranging agreement on a plan that will ensure pension benefits will be sustained for current and future retirees, as well as shoring up the City’s financial position for years to come.
- December 15, 2014
- Mayor Cranley Unveils Improved Fourth & Race Project
Mayor John Cranley unveiled a revamped development proposal Monday for an underutilized site at Fourth and Race streets in downtown Cincinnati.
- December 8, 2014
- Mayor, First Lady Launch 2nd Annual Giving Tree Project
Mayor John Cranley and his wife, First Lady Dena Cranley, launched the second annual City Hall Giving Tree project on Monday morning.
- December 5, 2014
- Mayor Urges Support Of Local Businesses On Repeal Day
In honor of Repeal Day, Mayor John Cranley is urging people to celebrate Cincinnati’s extensive brewing and distilling heritage by supporting local businesses that serve their favorite adult beverages.
- December 3, 2014
- Mayor Cranley Remembers Victims Of Who Concert Tragedy
At an event commemorating the 35th anniversary of The Who concert tragedy in Cincinnati, Mayor John Cranley committed to the construction and installation of a memorial marker within the next year near the site of the incident.
- November 25, 2014
- Mayor Cranley Urges Police-Community Engagement In Ferguson
Mayor Cranley urged Ferguson’s citizens and police to work together to rebuild trust, and offered Cincinnati’s Collaborative Agreement as a possible model for reform there.
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