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In 2017 the Cincinnati City Council established a Lead Service Line Replacement Program. Private home owners were to share the replacement cost with GCWW. Since the December 15, 2021 program change, the entire cost of replacing the lead water pipe is now borne exclusively by the GCWW. Did you pay to have the lead service pipe replaced in your home between 2017 and December 15, 2021? Did you pay when the work was completed or was the amount added to your property tax? If you believe you are an affected property owner, please contact leadpiperefund@gmail.com for more information about this issue.  

Housing Our Future: Strategies for Cincinnati and Hamilton County

“The Renew Collaborative is a collaboration between landlord and tenant service provider, and it creates a disruptive social innovation and, systemically changing the eviction crisis … The process is simple, it’s efficient, but more importantly, it works, and the impact is stunning.” – Matt Pritchard, President & Executive Director of HomeStart

In partnership with the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), the program will be introduced over the next few years to create a proof point that could be expanded across the region. 

For more information on the program and how it works, watch the video below and visit our website: Housing Our Future – Events | LISC Greater Cincinnati

The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is a US non-profit community development financial institution (CDFI) that supports community development initiatives across the country. It has offices in nearly 40 cities and works across 2,100 rural counties in 44 states.

Voting Help

As the 2022 general election approaches, the partners of the Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative (GCVC) would like to ensure that you and your neighbors have everything you need to vote and to help others vote. 

We offer free rides to vote (early and on election day) as well as nonpartisan voter tools and resources

Cincinnati Rides to the Polls

Since 2020, GCVC has been offering free rides to vote during early voting and on election day. Anyone who needs a ride to vote can text RIDECINCY TO 513.281.9955, call 513.204.9743, or visit our website at CincyVotes.org. Here’s a direct link to the ride request form: Cincinnati Rides to the Polls (google.com). Early voting begins October 12th. 

Justin and the GCVC partner team

League of Women Voters Guide



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