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REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING held in Lincoln Heights Municipal Building Council Chambers

Date: Monday, December 11, 2023
Time: Begins at 7:30 PM
Submit a Question by 4 pm
LIVE Stream on ICRC Tv

Mayor Ruby Kinsey-Mumphrey
Vice Mayor Jeannie Stinson
Councilwoman Phyllis Baber
Councilwoman Linda Childs-Jeter
Councilman Daronce Daniels
Councilwoman Tonya Key
Councilwoman LaVerne Mitchell

The meeting is available for viewing on ICRC TV.


2023 CT Consultants

Energy  Aggregation on November 7, 2023 Ballot

Energy Aggregation Update - Full article


Shakespeare in the Park July 15

Join us for Shakespeare in the Park "The Comedy of Errors" July 15 from 7pm - 9pm


First Financial Foundation: Helping Make Village Wi-Fi a Reality

First Financial Foundation has helped make possible the Village of Lincoln Height's public Wi-Fi system.

Finance Committee Meeting Announcement 06-22-2023


Memorial Day 2023 Flyer invitation

HeadStart Early Learning Program

HeadStart Early Learning Program for Comprehensive in-home program for income eligible children ages birth to 3 years; weekly home visit with a qualified Home Educator.

Resources for Billing Assistance for Natural Gas and Electric Customers

Winter Duke Energy Bill Assistance Announcement

Letter from the Mayor

2022 will be remembered as the year the Lincoln Heights revitalization began in earnest. And it's all prologue to 2023.

High School Demolition Set to Begin

The demolition of the old Lincoln Heights High School will yield development opportunities in the heart of the Village.

Partnership with HURC Crucial to the Lincoln Heights Revitalization

Partnerships are key to the revitalization of the Village of Lincoln Heights. HURC is a prime example.

Relocation of Gun Range Moves Forward

Despite an ongoing funding gap, design of an alternate gun range is moving forward.

Food for the Soul Self-Select Pantry Wednesday March 15

Food for the Soul Self-Select Pantry from 10:00 am until all items are gone!

Lincoln Heights Elementary Proudly Presents Hall of Heroes!

Join Lincoln Heights Elementary Friday, March 10, 2023 for Hall of Heroes!

Famous Villagers - Charles Spurling

Celebrating Black History Month with Spotlight Famous Villagers

Mae Faggs - Famous Villagers

Celebrating Black History Month with Spotlighting famous Villagers.

Dr. Charles Folds - Famous Villagers

Celebrating Black History Month with Spotlighting Famous Villagers.

Famous Villagers - Carl Westmoreland

Celebrating Black History Month with Spotlighting a Famous Villager

Drug Dropoff Day Saturday, Feb. 25

Protect your loved ones. Drop off your old prescriptions.

National Weather Service Spotter Training Course Available for Village Residents

Course presented by Hamilton County Emergency & Management Homeland Security Agency

Village Landmark - Serenity Park

Celebrating Black History Month with a spotlight of a Village of Lincoln Heights Landmark

Famous Villagers - Nikki Giovanni

Celebrating Black History Month with spotlighting famous Villagers.

Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship 2023

Learn how to apply for the Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship!

Famous Villagers - Hari Rhodes

Celebrating Black History Month with spotlighting famous Villagers.


Monday, February 6, 2023 begins at 6:30 PM
Submit a Question by 4 pm.

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Recycling 101 Webinar has been Rescheduled for Jan 24 at 11 am

Join the Hamilton County Resource for a Recycling Webinar!

Weather Update 12.21.22

Important information regarding inclement weather.

Hamilton County Commissioners Announce Nearly $1 Million Impact Grant to Transform Lincoln Heights

Forgotten Village's Turnaround Story is Happening Now

EDC Meeting CANCELLED Announcement 12-05-2022

Law Committee CANCELLED Meeting 12-05-2022

Fall Cleanup Leaf Collection by Rumpke Information

Important information regarding Leaf Collection

Election Day Voter Information

Polling Locations and Other Voter Information Inside

RITA (Regional Income Tax Agency)

Below is a link to the tax exemption form for individuals who believe they are not required to file a municipal income tax return for the year. This form only needs to filled out once unless your situation changes.

Tax Exemption Form

If you want to learn more about RITA, click the link.

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October is Fire Prevention Month

Figure out what to do in the event of a fire in your home. Here, we present 3 articles that will make you better prepared in case of a fire or even better prepared to prevent one!

National Drug Takeback Day

The National Drug Takeback Day is a partnership between the Village and the DEA.

Hamilton County R3Source's Household Hazardous Products Drop-off Event

Hamilton County R3Source’s Household Hazardous Products Drop-off Event registration is now open! Please use the attached and below information to promote this popular program to your community members. Space is limited, so the sooner you share this information the better.

Friday, October 21 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 22 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Rain or Shine!

Register Here

Cleves (specific location provided after registration)
Hamilton County, Ohio residents only!
Businesses, non-profits, churches, and schools are not allowed.

This is a popular event with limited space. Early registration is recommended to secure your spot. Registration for this event will be available until all time slots are filled. When preparing for this event, please pack like items together and place all of your household hazardous products to be collected in the rear of your vehicle and remove all other items.
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Latex paints will not be accepted at this event.

Letter from the Mayor

Lincoln Heights is open for business.

State Grant Moves Memorial Field Project Forward

$300,000 grant a key piece of capital stack

Reds Community Fund Work Continues

The Reds Community Fund work in Lincoln Heights didn’t end with the Community Makeover.


Mark Your Calendar for Saturday,
September 17th
LHOI Community Day & Food Festival

Click Here for more information
Donate Today

UPCOMING LINCOLN HEIGHTS EVENTS for August and September 2022

August 6th Valley Pantry 2022 Flyer announcement for websitve and faxing


Unplug and Play Free Toy Distribution

Thursday, August 4, 2022, Community organizations and nonprofits are partnering to offer this free opportunity for kids in our region to step away from technology and share in the joy of playing.

Reds community day giving facelift to Lincoln Heights

The Reds' Community Makeover Day is here.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Ohio

In case you weren’t aware, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Ohio mails kids ages 0-5 one free book each month until their 5th birthday at no cost.
Any child in Ohio from birth to age 5 can enroll at Once enrolled, children will receive their first free book in the mail within 6-8 weeks. Siblings under the age of 5 are all eligible as well! (No per-household limitations.)  Informational Flyers



Finance Committee Meeting will be held in Council Chambers at Village Hall

Monday, July 18, 2022 begins at 6:30 PM
Submit a Question by 4 pm.

Community Volunteer/Engagement Day Rescheduled

Due to inclement weather, there will be no need for volunteers tomorrow. The Community Engagement Day has been rescheduled for next Saturday, July 16th.

Your Council at Work

Here are a list of resolutions considered by the Village of Lincoln Heights Council from January – April 2022.

Two Village Seniors Awarded Scholarships

Two high school graduates from Lincoln Heights were recently awarded scholarships, courtesy of the Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship Fund, which will allow them to attend college.

Derrick Williams: The Village's Code Compliance Officer

Get to know the Village's Code Compliance Officer!

The Village Strategic Plan: Our Blueprint for Success

The Village of Lincoln Heights has had its share of challenges. But we’re taking our future into our own hands, and our path to remaking our Village into an even better place to live, work and play is guided by the strategic plan you helped write.

The Village Speaks: April's Land Use Forum

On April 23, residents gathered to provide input on the Village’s land use plan.

The Community Makeover Comes to the Village

In March, the Village celebrated its selection for the 2022 Community Makeover – which brings together some of Cincinnati’s oldest and most iconic institutions to make a transformative and sustainable impact on communities. It also strengthens youth baseball and softball

Update: The Wi-Fi Project

For years, internet service in the Village has been spotty at best and sometimes completely non-existent. Of course, you already knew that. Here’s something you may not know: the Village is working to fix that problem by creating a reliable, affordable Wi-Fi network that will provide internet access to all residents.

Your Council at Work

Here are a list of resolutions considered by the Village of Lincoln Heights Council from January – April 2022.

Village of Lincoln Heights Community Cleanup

Village of Lincoln Heights Community Clean Up June 11th 8 AM to 12 Noon

Great story about the Community Makeover coming to Lincoln Heights.

As funds for Lincoln Heights' 'Community Makeover' get bigger, so do village manager's plans
Lincoln Heights Memorial Field Entrance

Land Use Study Flyer

IDJW 2022 One Pager

Lincoln Heights Open House Flyer - April 3

Lincoln Heights selected for ┬┤Community Makeover' by Reds, P&G, Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati Children's & GE

Lincoln Heights is implementing a six-point strategic plan to address economic development, infrastructure, operations, safety, stakeholder relationship and communications. The Makeover fits perfectly with this strategy.

Wi-Fi: Addressing the Village's Internet Desert

Village Wi-Fi effort will provide critical infrastructure for residents.
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Strategic Plan: Charting the Village's Revitalization

The Lincoln Heights strategic plan: our blueprint for success.

Land Use: Orderly, Logical, Sustainable and Beneficial Development

Land use strategy photo
Land use plan ensures smart growth in the Village.

Letter From the Mayor

Welcome to the Village of Lincoln Heights!
Village of Lincoln Heights Mayor Ruby Kinsey-Mumphrey

Recycling FAQ


Virtual Career Fair


Emergency Snow Plan

Click the link below for more information
Lincoln Heights Emergency Snow Plan


SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 2022  10:30 A.M.

Click to view members

Come Grow With Us

We are Hiring!

Trunk or Treat


Hamilton County Equity and Resources Mobile Tech Bus

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Hamilton County Equity and Resources Mobile Tech Bus
September 21, 2021

12 pm – 4:00 pm

1201 Steffen Ave
Phone: (513) 946-4400
Autobús tecnológico móvil de Equity and Resources del condado de Hamilton
21 de septiembre de 2021
12 pm - 4:00 pm

1201 Steffen Ave
Teléfono: (513) 946-4400
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The Village of Lincoln Height’s Village Manager’s Office Announces the Closure of McIntyre Street Between Steffen Avenue and Byrd Avenue.
Construction Repairs and Resurfacing of The Road Began Today, July 12, and Will Last Approximately 3 Weeks (Subject to Weather Conditions).
Road Work Signs Are Installed of Hazardous Conditions to Protect and Forewarn Drivers, Pedestrians, and Other Visitors to Lincoln Heights.
Please Slow Down and Use Caution When Driving Within the Construction Work Zone.

Memorial Service for Former Mayor James Mobley

Will be held at Simon Episcopal Church 810 Matthews Drive
Saturday, June 26, 2021
10:30 am

Gov. Mike Dewine Executive Order

Mike DeWine - Executive Order 2021-08D
More Information

Plastic bottle caps into a "Buddy Bench"?

Lincoln Heights Elementary School and Princeton Sharonville Kiwanis are partnering to collect plastic bottle caps and lids to provide Lincoln Heights Students with a "Buddy Bench". Click here for more information

Vaccine Clinics

LH clinics flyer PDF

Lincoln Heights Diamond Jubilee

Date: Tuesday, July 6, 2021
Beginning at 6 pm est.
Select this link to join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID - 889 2828 0637

Click for more information

Vaccination Rate Increase - More Information
Check Eligibility and Book My Appointment - COVID-19 vaccine

Reverend Mobley's Memorial Service

Reverend Mobley’s life will be celebrated Saturday, April 17th at 11 am at Christ Church Cathedral. The family will greet visitors from 9:30-11 am.

The service will be live-streamed and can be seen using this link.

There will be a second memorial service at Saint Simons at a later date. We will keep you informed as the details of this become available.

Former Mayor at the Village of Lincoln Heights.


The HealthCare Connection is offering the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine to its patients and the surrounding community. We are currently accepting the population and occupation that falls under Phase 1A and Phase 1B of the Ohio Department of Health. Please see attached of who would qualify for each phase.  You must schedule an appointment in order to receive the vaccine. Please call (513) 554-4100 to make an appointment.

Prevaccination Checklist for COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccination 

HAMILTON COUNTY: Weekly Construction Update
More Information

Census 2020

We Count 2- Website

Census 2020

Census2020 EVENT FLYER

The U.S. Small Business Administration Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced that Working Capital Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture, and private nonprofit organizations located in Ohio. Learn More

Apply Online

Food Pantry

Tues. May 5 from 11 am-1 pm provided by PCS at LHES (1113 Adams St.)
Tues. May 5 from 5-6:30 pm meals (Subway) provided at St. Monica’s (enter from Douglas St.)
Wed. May 6 from 5-6:30 pm meals provided at St. Monica’s (enter from Douglas St.)
Thurs. May 7 from 2-6 pm LHOI Food Pantry  (9913 Wayne Ave.) 
Thurs. May 7 from 11 am-1 pm provided by PCS at LHES (1113 Adams St.)
Thurs. May 7 from 5-6:30 pm meals provided at St. Monica’s (enter from Douglas St.)

Board of Elections

The March 17, 2020, Presidential Primary Election has been Suspended Until June 2, 2020.
There will be no in-person voting at the polls today, per Order of the Director of Health and Directive 2020-06 of the Ohio Secretary of State.
Follow all the latest Board of Elections news and information on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and website:
Order from Director of Health Dr. Amy Acton Closing Polls for the March 17, 2020, Presidential Primary Election.



Planting a Seed in Lincoln Heights.
Read on...

2019 Valley Pantry

Sponsored by Lincoln Heights Valley Boosters, the Freestore Foodbank, and our local churches.
For More Information...

Rock the Block

Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati

Coming to Lincoln Heights in October!
Read on...

2018 Summer Food Pantries

This year, there will be 10 Food Pantries
hosted at several of the Churches
here in the Village of Lincoln Heights.

Click on the link below to view the flyer.

2018 Food Pantries

Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship Opportunity

Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship Fund

Lincoln Heights Alumni Scholarship Fund (LHASF) was birthed from an idea which emanated during the planning process for the 1967 Lincoln Heights High School (LHHS) class reunion.

Click below for the application and instructions on its completion. The deadline for submittal is April 18, 2018.

2018 Award Application

Lincoln Heights Outreach - Afterschool Program

Lincoln Heights Outreach is conducting an ongoing afterschool program. There is an informational session scheduled for parents and other caregivers on
Monday, January 22, 2018 at 5:30pm.
For location and addtional information, click on the link below.

Afterschool ProgramParent Information SessionFlyer

Partnership with HURC Crucial to the Lincoln Heights Revitalization

Partnerships are key to the revitalization of the Village of Lincoln Heights. HURC is a prime example.

Shakespeare in the Park July 15

Join us Saturday July 15 for Shakespeare in the Park "The Comedy of Errors" from 7 pm - 9 pm