The Madisonville Job Opportunity Fair takes place on May 16, from 4:30-7:00pm at the Madisonville Recreation Center, 5320 Stewart Avenue. Local employers in construction, hotels, banking and more will be there. The Cincinnati Recreation Commission is looking for pool staff, ages 15 and up. There will also be training opportunities. To learn more, call us […]
Download the 2017 Mini Grant Application.
Got a great idea? The City of Cincinnati is offering grant money to projects that improve engagement and interaction in the City. Apply for grants up to $10,000. Click here for more information.
The Little Duck Creek Trail received funding to research engineering options for the trail. You can weigh in on the trail design and meet the engineers at this public open house.
Four years ago the people of Madisonville got together for dozens of meetings to decide what kind of future we wanted for our community. The result was the Madisonville Quality of Life Plan. We’re gathering on November 12 to celebrate all of the progress we have made in reaching these goals. Join us to learn […]
MCURC, along with the Hamilton County Land Reutilization Corporation, is offering up to three vacant lots for the development of new, owner-occupied homes for sale. Builders should apply to MCURC by November 30, 2016.
Click here for the RFP.
Come to the 2016 Cincinnati Jazz and BBQ Festival, Saturday, September 10 from 4-9pm at the intersection of Madison & Whetsel.
Music by the Nasty Nati Brass Band, Triage featuring Eugene Goss and Jazz Renaissance.
BBQ to be provided by Ron D’s BBQ, Sweets & Meats and Just Q’in, with Mazunte providing alternative cuisine and Lala’s Blissful Bites for dessert.
Runners and walkers are invited to join the 4th annual Madisonville 5K on September 10.
You can register now for this fun event by clicking here. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Madisonville Recreation Center, 5320 Stewart Rd., but arrive early for great activities, warm ups and refreshments.
Pre-registration is $20 for adults and $10 […]
From the Cincinnati Business Courier:
The city will kick in $4 million to jumpstart the redevelopment of Madisonville’s business district along Madison Road spearheaded by Ackermann Group, Mayor John Cranley announced Wednesday. The money will help complete a long process begun under former Mayor Mark Mallory in which the city quietly bought 7.5 acres […]
From Channel 12:
Cincinnati will pump $4 million into Madisonville as part of the new city budget. On Thursday night, there’s a community meeting about the project. 16-year-old Imani has just started her first job as a barista at the new “Cookoo’s Coffee Shoppe.”
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