- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T18:35:26.000Z
This layer displays Hamilton County School Districts. This layer isn't displayed when zoomed out beyond 1:94,590.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-10-18T20:25:50.000Z
The City publishes information on the City of Cincinnati Internet web site at www.cincinnati-oh.gov, which includes the Cincinnati Municipal Code (CMC) and the information concerning the rules and regulations governing the City’s Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program and Minority/Women Business Enterprise (M/WBE) Program. Offerors may register as a City vendor online at https://vss.cincinnati-oh.gov.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-22T13:54:45.000Z
This data set contains all City of Cincinnati expenses by object code. Object code is the descriptor explaining the nature of the expense (personnel; overtime; office supplies; etc.) This data set also has the following categories: Fund- this denotes the City fund from which this expense was made Department- this is the Department who made the expense Object Class- this is the category of expenditure Object Code- this is the most granular descriptor of the expense type The source of this data set is the City of Cincinnati Financial System (CFS). This data is refreshed and updated daily.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-22T10:31:20.000Z
To reduce the expose to lead in drinking water, Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) has created a Lead Service Line Replacement Program (LSLRP). In October 2016, GCWW was directed by the City of Cincinnati Council, via Ordinance No. 326-2016, to take the appropriate steps to develop, fund, and implement a program to replace known lead service lines in the City, both on public and private property. Through another ordinance, Ordinance No. 185-2017, and effective July 28, 2017, lead service lines are prohibited in the GCWW system. Enforcement of this ban is being phased in over time. The private-side work is then done by contractors or plumbers who are contracted with GCWW through the City's procurement process, either for a water main replacement project, or from a prequalified list established through the City's Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process. This dataset is the list of jobs from the prequalified list of plumbers established through the RFQ process. For more information on the GCWW Lead Service Line Replacement Program please visit the GCWW Lead Awareness site https://lead.mygcww.org. If you are a plumber and are interested in learning more about how you can get involved, please view the Plumber FAQ.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T21:17:33.000Z
This layer displays Pre-School and K-12 Hamilton County Schools. There are 22 School Districts in Hamilton County, and each school falls within one of these districts. The layer isn't displayed when zoomed out beyond 1:109,537.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-10-08T14:38:09.000Z
Parks and Green Space of Hamilton, Clermont, Warren, Butler, Campbell, Greene, Kenton, Dearborn, Boone, Montgomery, Greene, Clinton, and Preble counties. Features are displayed as Single Symbol, however, Park types fall under different categories: County Government, Private Commercial, City or Village, Townships, Cemetery, Airport, State, Club-members only, Church, Conservancy District, County, Federal, Home Owners Association, Industrial, Institutional, Non-Profit, Park District, Private, School Private and School Public.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T21:17:41.000Z
The Cincinnati Owned Properties layer displays all properties owned or leased by the City of Cincinnati throughout Hamilton County: - Cincinnati Trade and Development - Cincinnati Fire Department - City manager Office - Cincinnati Parks - Cincinnati Police - Cincinnati Recreation Commission - Cincinnati DOTE (Department Of Transportation and Engineering) - Cincinnati Board of Education - Greater Cincinnati Water Works - Cincinnati Health - Metropolitan Sewer District - Cincinnati Public Services - State of Ohio The layer isn't displayed when zoomed out beyond 1:20,000.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-22T14:12:26.000Z
When citizen service requests (CSRs) are closed out by the City, customers who provide an email address are automatically sent a notification that their work has been completed, as well as a link to a customer service satisfaction survey. Customers are able to provide feedback on work completion, satisfaction level, and any additional information. This data is collected by OPDA and sent to Departments weekly. No identifying personal customer/citizen information (name, contact information, or additional comments) is included in this data. This data is maintained by OPDA, and uploaded to the portal daily.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-22T13:48:44.000Z
To increase economic participation in City contracts for minority- and women-owned businesses, the City enacted C.M.C 324, which authorized creation of the City’s new Economic Inclusion Program, run by the Department of Economic Inclusion (DEI). DEI works with Procurement and City departments to establish subcontracting goals for minority & women-owned businesses to help bolster the City's other inclusion efforts. DEI certifies vendors through its Business Certification Programs: the process of being certified under C.M.C. 324 and 342 is explained on the Department's website. This dataset is a list of all vendors who are certified as Minority Business Enterprises; Women-owned Businesses; and Small Business Enterprises. MBE and WBE are terms of art under CMC 324, and refer specifically to the City's new Economic Inclusion program. This data is updated every 2-4 weeks.
- API data.cincinnati-oh.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-22T14:49:24.000Z
This data set contains properties registered in the City of Cincinnati's vacant and foreclose property program. This program is designed to identify properties that are vacant and/or in foreclosure to ensure that they continue to comply with code despite being unoccupied. Maintenance requirements: - Properties must be maintained free of outwards appearances of foreclosure and vacancy during the registration period. - No signs or placards on the exterior of the building on in the windows indicating that the property is vacant or foreclosed; - Grass shall be no higher than 10 inches at any time and the property maintained free of all noxious weeds, and litter. -The premises shall remain secure and locked. Broken windows and doors which are visible from the right-of-way may be covered with plywood or similar boarding material on an emergency basis, but for no more than ten business days, while arrangements are being made to replace broken glass or broken parts of existing windows and doors. Otherwise windows and doors visible from the public right-of-way must be maintained in good repair and not boarded. - Handbills, circulars, and advertisement shall be removed from the porches and yards (within 5 business days of being notified). - Standing water on the premises, including but not limited to standing water in swimming pools, shall be eliminated. - All other applicable property maintenance provisions in the Cincinnati Municipal Code remain in effect. For more information: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/buildings/property-maintenance-code-enforcement/vacant-foreclosed-property-registration/ This data set is stored and maintained by Cincinnati Area Geographic Information Systems (CAGIS). The content is input and updated by the Department of Buildings & Inspections. This data set includes all relevant data from 2012 up through present. This data is refreshed daily.