The City of Cincinnati provides a wide variety of data about its budget, finances, operations and services online.
- ARRA Funding
To date, more than $50.3 million in American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds have been announced for the City of Cincinnati and its partners. Find more information on the ARRA programs that are providing this funding and the funded City projects.
- Budget Documents
Download budget documents for the current biennial cycle and previous years.
The City of Cincinnati, Ohio's financial reports (CAFR), official statements and certain other financial information relating to its outstanding bonds and notes are publicly displayed on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board's Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA).
- Council Documents
Access City Council documents, FYI memos and other legislative documents.
- Customer Service
File requests for service, such as potholes, missed trash pickup and illegal dumping. Also track the status of requests filed by other citizens.
- Expenditure Database
The information included in this database is taken from the Cincinnati Financial System (CFS) and summarizes all expenditures greater than $2,000 listed by fund, department, expense description and vendor.
- Food Service Inspections
View inspection records of food service establishments. Each inspection report is a "snapshot" of conditions on the day and time of that inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have more or fewer violations than posted here. Any individual inspection may not be representative of the overall, long-term cleanliness of an establishment.
- Online Bid Results
The Purchasing Division accepts online bids for certain solicitations. This page displays the bid results or unofficial bid tabulations for those solicitations.
- Public Records
The Ohio Public Records Act is based on the idea that a working democracy can only be accomplished if citizens are able to oversee their government's operations.
- Quality Of Life Reports
Quality of Life Reports are compiled quarterly and cover neighborhood quality-of-life issues, such as litter complaints, crime and more.