Mayor John Cranley
Cincinnati's 69th Mayor
On Dec. 1, 2013, John Cranley became the City of Cincinnati's 69th Mayor. He has dedicated himself to moving the city forward so it becomes a center of opportunity and innovation. Mayor Cranley helped craft a structurally balanced budget, put more police officers on the street, prioritized basic services and brought more jobs to Cincinnati. Cranley also put in place the Tax Increment Finance Districts that have allowed for the revitalization of The Banks, Fountain Square, the Gateway Quarter and Washington Park.
Mayor John Cranley delivered the 2014 State of the City Address on Sept. 18, 2014, at Music Hall.
- Mayor Cranley Vetoes Charter Amendment Allowing Executive Sessions
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has vetoed legislation that would place a charter amendment on the November ballot regarding executive sessions. If the charter amendment is approved by voters, it would allow Cincinnati City Council to hold secret, closed-door meetings under certain circumstances.
- Mayor Cranley, area mayors sign anti-Semitism statement
Mayor John Cranley has signed on to the “Mayors United Against Anti-Semitism” initiative. He joins many other U.S. mayors from across the nation in urging their European counterparts to publicly address and take specific actions against rising anti-Semitism.
- Mayor Cranley offers encouragement to police during All-Star Week
With enhanced police patrols planned for the busy All-Star Week, Mayor John Cranley will appear at the twice-daily roll calls for officers at the beginning of their shifts to offer his support.