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Next Community Meeting:  Tues, May 6th

Our next community meeting will take place at the Rec Center at 7pm on Tuesday, May 6th.  Please join us!

Executive Board Opportunities

Pleasant Ridge Community Council has three positions up for election in May. Per the by-laws, anyone interested in running for an open position should attend the upcoming March 4th community meeting. For more information about these roles, please contact

March 4th: The nominating committee shall present a slate of candidates, and nominations from the floor by any member may also be made at this time.

April 1st: Candidates may briefly introduce themselves, and nominations shall be closed.

May 6th: Election of officers shall occur.

PRCC President:  The role of President of Pleasant Ridge Community Council is a 2 year term. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Executive Board and Council, exercise general and active management of the affairs of the Council, see that all resolutions of the Council not inconsistent with Bylaws are implemented, designate the functions and responsibilities of the Vice Presidents, see that the council officers appoint chairpersons for their assigned committees and otherwise perform the duties of their office, and represent Council whenever and wherever necessary.

PRCC Neighborhood Liaison:  The role of Neighborhood Liaison of Pleasant Ridge Community Council is a 2 year term.  The Neighborhood Liaison serves as a point person for neighborhood schools, businesses, churches and committees, and works to ensure that these groups have adequate opportunities for communication with and involvement in the neighborhood. The Neighborhood Liaison will also regularly interface with City Council. This newly created position will allow an ambitious resident the chance to increase intra-neighborhood ties and connections and leverage existing organizations for the continued growth and advancement of the neighborhood.

PRCC Youth Ambassador:  A non-voting youth member of the Pleasant Ridge Community Council Exec Committee whose major role is to ensure that the PRCC consider the youth of Pleasant Ridge in their actions, and also to ensure that issues particular to the youth of Pleasant Ridge are included in the agenda of the PRCC. The selection of the Youth Ambassador will be subject to majority vote of the PRCC Exec committee. Candidates will be nominated by the leadership of the Pleasant Ridge Community Center.

A Letter from the President: 2013 in Review

I was recently given a stack of papers by Tom Phalen who was President of PRCC from 1976 to 1978. Although the papers (from 1974 to the mid 80′s) were from a long time ago, I’m sure there are many among our community for whom that seems like just yesterday. There were many aspects that seemed from a different age but there were other aspects that jumped out from the pages and that helped answer the questions …. What is Pleasant Ridge? And what makes it what it is? Click here to read the rest of the letter.

Neighborhood Safety:

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— (Safety Committee)
Don Trummel— (Block Watch)
Valerie Kulhavik— (Citizens on Patrol)
CPD Non-Emergency—513-765-1212
CPD District 2—513-979-4400

This website is still under construction.  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.  New articles will be added regularly.  Have a suggestion about what should be added to the site or an article you’d like to submit?  Let us know!


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