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Dateline: January 3, 2017

Deborah SlaughterCheviot has a new Law Director. Former President of Council Deborah M. Slaughter was sworn in tonight as the city's new law director at the regular council meeting. She takes over for Mark Waters who stepped down on December 31st, and will finish out his term. She was sworn-in by Hamilton County Common Pleas Court Judge Patrick Dinkelacker. Congratulations Debbie!

Dateline: November 16, 2015

Constellation Energy is the provider of the City of Cheviotís natural gas aggregation program. Residents wanting to access details of the program and enroll or opt-out of the offer can do so by clicking: or by calling the toll-free enrollment number: 866-468-3111. This information is for City of Cheviotís Natural Gas Aggregation program only.

Dateline: June 27, 2015

ASGEarlier this year, the City of Cheviot was selected as one of ten official All-Star Neighborhoods. The All-Star Neighborhood program is sponsored by the 2015 Community Organizing Committee (COC), in partnership with the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau. This designation includes official All-Star Summer Signage, an allotment of T-Mobile All-Star FanFest tickets, paperback copies of Cincinnati Ė Our City, Our Story, a Baseball Across the Region Ceremony and an official All-Star Neighborhood Celebration.

Today, the Baseball Across the Region event was held at the 2015 WestFest. The event featured an official All-Star Game baseball traveling around Greater Cincinnati, similar to the Olympic Torch. This baseball will end up in the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum.

Click on the All-Star Game logo to see pictures from the event.

Click here for more information on the vintage baseball game on July 14th.

Dateline: June 19, 2015

Cheviot Playful City USAThe City of Cheviot has been selected as one of four communities in Ohio to be designated a 2015 Playful City USA Community. Playful City USA communities utilize play as an innovative solution to address a number of challenges facing kids, families and communities. In turn, these communities retain a competitive advantage by creating healthier, more vibrant communities where families want to live and companies want to do business. More information can be found at

Dateline: November 22, 2013

On November 5, 2013, voters approved Issue 3, which allows the City of Cheviot to enact a fee for the provision of trash collection services. The cost of collection of a single family home is $12.00 per month. The fee will appear on your Greater Cincinnati Water Works bill starting in January of 2014 and will be prorated back to November 1, 2013 for the first billing. For more information on pricing other than single family units, please call City Hall at 661-2700.

Dateline: October 22, 2013

Volunteers Needed! iTNGreaterCincinnati is a non profit organization helping seniors and visually impaired adults in the Cincinnati area. Our volunteer drivers provide transportation to help seniors remain independent in their own homes for as long as quality of life permits and help visually impaired adults to go beyond bus routes. We want to be able to continue this, and do even more.

ITNGC has provided over 18,000 rides to more than 268 members in Cincinnati since beginning operations in May, 2010. Approximately 70% of the rides have been given by volunteer drivers using their own vehicles with paid drivers making up the difference. Volunteers help to keep our rides affordable. We need your help.

If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Driver please call us at: 513-559-2856 or go online: to complete a quick application. The commitment is only 3 hour per month (more if you are able) and you tell us when you are available. Rides are given within the 275 loop, and we will keep the rides you give close to where you live.

Make a difference in the life of someone who doesn't drive - volunteer as a driver for ITNGC.

Dateline: April 13, 2009

Cheviot FieldhouseThe Cheviot Fieldhouse now has a new distinction. As of April 1, 2009, the fieldhouse, located at 3729 Robb Avenue, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A big thanks goes out to Safety-Service Director Steve Neal for his efforts in leading the campaign in this accomplishment.

Dateline: November 13, 2008

Jeff & CharlieThe Cheviot Police Department now has a K-9 unit within the department. Thanks to donations and matching dollars from the National Association of Chiefs of Police, the department is able to fund the program. Charlie, pictured here with Officer Jeff Patton, has been trained by Police Dog Services in Germantown, Ohio and was certified on February 25th. Charlie is now on the streets of Cheviot. The department is still accepting donations to fund the K-9 program. As of 2/25/09, $35,000.00 has been raised for the program.

Dateline: September 28, 2008

Free help is available to people facing foreclosure. Click here for more information (requires Adobe Reader). Also, check out It has a lot of valuable information on it and provides a link to the new County Program - "HAMILTON COUNTY - KEEP YOUR HOME". And even more information can be found at the State of Ohio's new "Save The Dream" - Foreclosure Prevention Program".

Dateline: November 8, 2006

The Cheviot Fire Department has put together a Safety Sheet regarding Carbon Monoxide that every resident should download and print. Click here for this information (requires Adobe Reader).

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