2019 Board Elections
Help support and influence the work that we do! Vote in the Ohio City Incorporated Board Elections from 7am-7pm on Friday, May 3rd, 2019 at Franklin Circle Church. You must be a Resident or Business Member of Ohio City Incorporated as of 4/3/2019 to be eligible to vote in the 2019 elections. Mail-in ballots are also available upon request - to request a ballot, contact Lisa Raber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216.781.3222 .
To learn more about this year's candidates, view the candidate applications below and attend our Meet the Candidates event on Thursday, April 25th at 6pm at Franklin Circle Church.
2019 Board of Trustees Candidates:
Membership applications must be submitted by April 3rd, 2019 to be eligible to vote in the 2019 Ohio City Incorporated Board of Trustees election.
Become a member of Ohio City Incorporated. Membership is a great way to show support for your community and qualifies individuals to vote on leadership, governance and community issues. Members of Ohio City Incorporated will also receive our quarterly Magazine, In Your Backyard, which includes information about neighborhood projects and initiatives.
To be elibible for membership, you must be:
-At least 18 years of age or older
-A resident of Ohio City OR a representative of an Ohio City business or institution
To update your membership:
Complete the Change of Membership form online.
If you would like to confirm the status of your membership, please contact Carrie Miller at email@example.com or 216.781.3222 x106
Download a copy of the 2018 Ohio City Incorporated Annual Report.
Congratulations to the award winners who made a positive impact on the community in 2018:
Arts & Culture: Nikki Delamotte
Resident Leader: Isaac Robb
Historic Preservation: 4019 Bridge Avenue - Antonia Marinucci & Jeff Green
New Construction: West 25th & Detroit - The Snavely Group
Presidential: Tom Gill
Outstanding Small Business: The Flying Fig
Hospitality Leader: St. John's Episcopal Church
Community Service: The Metanoia Project
Father Mark DeNardo Legacy Award: May Dugan Center