Fire District 3 – 352-2333
CALL 911 FOR FIRE EMERGENCY
4150 Reading Rd
District 4 Non-Emergency: (513) 569-8600
North Avondale Neighborhood Officer:
Lori Hamann (513) 569-8654
To report a crime for insurance purposes or to simply notify the police without wanting a visit by the police, call (513) 352-2960
CALL 911 FOR POLICE EMERGENCY
CALL 765-1212 FOR NON-EMERGENCY
Winter District 4 PowerPoint Presentations:
Neighborhood Block Watch
Several streets in North Avondale have formed block watch organizations to help the police better serve our community. If you are interested in volunteering, forming or learning more about a block watch group I your area please use the NANA “Contact Us” form to request a block watch captain contact you with information.
A street captain gathers and documents contact information for neighbors on their street to facilitate communication among neighbors for special events (e.g., block parties), crime prevention concerns (e.g., watching neighbors houses while their away, reporting suspicious behavior), or in the event of an emergency.
If your street is not listed and you would like to be a street captain or a participant, please contact Carolyn at .
We currently have Street Captains for the following:
Ardmore ▪ Avon Fields Ave ▪ Avon Fields Ln ▪ Avondale Ave ▪ Beechwood ▪ Betula ▪ Burton Woods ▪ Clinton Springs ▪Eaton ▪ Lenox ▪ Leyman ▪ Redway ▪ Red Bud Ave ▪ Red Bud Pl ▪ Rose Hill ▪ Spring House Ln ▪ Winding Way
Dickson ▪ Glencross ▪ Lowry ▪ Parker ▪ Revel ▪ Sturgis ▪ Wedgewood
Additional Safety & Health Resources
One of the most proven methods to keep the criminals from owning the street is for neighbors to band together as Citizens on Patrol. This helps to make the neighborhood more active outdoors and makes our streets less attractive to the criminals. Participants are required to complete basic class with twelve hours of class training and an 8 hour ride-a-long with a police officer and attend additional ongoing training throughout the year.
Empowered neighborhoods are those that have a greater sense of control over crime and disorder than their peers. These are neighborhoods whose challenges are achieving diversity, stability and economic growth which can only be achieved by a community-driven approach, (i.e.., through self-help).
Receive neighborhood alerts directly from the Cincinnati Police Department about crimes or other incidents that are uniquely relevant to North Avondale.
City employees and the community work together, under the direction of the Cincinnati Police designed to tackle community problems through a partnership between the employees of the City and the residents of Cincinnati. The North Avondale CPOP meetings take place on the First Thursday of the Month at 6:00 PM District 4 Police Station, Call NANA Office at: (513) 221-6166 to confirm.
Anonymously provide law enforcement agencies with information on crimes or suspects. Tipster can give information without revealing their identity and may be eligible for a financial reward for the information they provide.
The Board of Health is responsible for the promotion, protection, and maintenance of the public’s health. This responsibility may be achieved by (but is not limited to) development and enforcement of health laws, prevention of disease, education, and curative and rehabilitation activities.
The City of Cincinnati contracts with nonprofit agencies and other organizations to provide human services. Such services include but are not limited to emergency food and shelter assistance, after school and tutoring, youth leadership development, teen parent education, self-sufficiency training, individual and group counseling, AIDS education, and adult and child abuse prevention programs.