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 Asks Citizens to Wear Blue on Friday in Honor of Police Officer Sonny Kim
Mayor John Cranley is asking citizens in the City of Cincinnati and throughout the region to consider wearing a blue-colored clothing item on Friday, June 26, to honor the memory of fallen Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim.
- Mayor Cranley Mourns the Death of Officer Sonny Kim
Mayor John Cranley expresses his condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim.
- Mayor Cranley to City Council on Blocking of Capital Budget
“Don’t hold police cruisers, ambulances and garbage trucks hostage to spending on pet projects.”