Just Released: 2015 Annual Report

In 2015 the Department created and retained over 2,000 jobs through housing and economic development projects. Deploying nearly $122 million in public funds, the team leveraged more than $522 million in private investment, resulting in a 4:1 investment ratio.



Cincinnati Summer Youth 2 Work Program

The City's Youth 2 Work Program is a consortium of City departments, local nonprofits, and partner organizations working to recruit, train and employ youth on behalf of the City of Cincinnati. The 8-week program provides job readiness and life skills training to Cincinnati youth between the ages of 14-18 through internal City Departments or outsourced organizations

 



Coming Soon: Webinars and Trainings
Join the Department of Community and Economic Development for virtual training opportunities to learn more about working with the City, small business resources, neighborhood development and more. 


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CINCINNATI, OHIO
Welcome to Cincinnati, a thriving city at the heart of Ohio’s tristate area joining Kentucky and Indiana. Located along the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is a global business center offering superior accessibility to customers and suppliers across the world.  It is the transportation, industrial, commercial and cultural center for a region that has more than 2.1 million people.  Home to 9 Fortune 500 companies and more than 300 foreign-owned firms, Cincinnati is a world-class city to do business in. 
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“The advantages [of doing business in Cincinnati] have a lot to do with talent, cost of talent, and cost of happiness. The reality is that a developer here, a marketer here, a leader here, is going to have a better quality of life.“
Rodney Williams, Founder & CEO, LISNR
“We’ve had great experiences parting with the City of Cincinnati. I would challenge anyone to find an infrastructure and support system as large, broad and capable as Cincinnati.”
Stuart Aitken, CEO, 84.51°
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