Welcome to Our New Website
Click around and check out all of the great information that’s now available! Please bear with us as we continue to organize and add new information to the site.
Be sure to check out the new Blog page, which is replacing the Informant. New articles will be added regularly!
Have a suggestion about what should be added to the site? Let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand Re-Opening of the Pool: May 25th
Please join the Rec Center for the ribbon cutting and re-opening celebration of the new pool. Sunday, May 25th at 1pm. For more information about the pool remodel, click here.
Next Community Meeting: July 2
The community council does not meet in June. Our next community meeting will be held at the Rec Center at 7pm on Tuesday, July 7th. Please join us!
Here are some ways you can help keep our neighborhood safe!
Pleasant Ridge currently has 40+ streets that are without Block Watches. If you’d like to step up as a captain for your street, please speak up! This is an easy, low commitment way to get involved in the neighborhood, meet some of your neighbors, and help keep PR safe. More information can be found here.
Citizens on Patrol is also seeking volunteers. Citizens on Patrol is a volunteer organization overseen by the Cincinnati Police Department. Volunteers patrol their neighborhoods, acting as the eyes and ears of the police. Patrols concentrate around problem areas aiding police by increasing visibility. COPP units deter crime by their mere presence and visibility to the general public. More information can be found here.
If you are interested in helping, please get in touch!
Bill Frost—email@example.com (Safety Committee)
Don Trummel—firstname.lastname@example.org (Block Watch)
Valerie Kulhavik—email@example.com (Citizens on Patrol)
CPD District 2—513-979-4400
PLAN Cincinnati Update:
On 3/21/13, the four Kennedy Heights & Pleasant Ridge Community Councils & Development Corporations came together with District A for our initial Inter-Neighborhood Community Conversation based upon Plan Cincinnati, the City’s new strategic plan.
Over the next months, you can expect our Community Councils and Development Corporations, along with the District A Board, to be working through the results of our first brainstorming session across conversation tables and neighborhoods.