Who is Oakley Community Council?
The Oakley Community Council is a non-profit entity for the purpose of preserving and improving the neighborhood of Oakley for its residents, businesses, institutions, and other community organizations.
Until otherwise noted, all Oakley Community Council Meetings will be conducted online, via the Google Meet virtual conference tool. You can find full virtual/online meeting details here.
Ohio Primary Voting
The General Assembly has set April 28th as the final day of the 2020 Primary Election. Voting by Mail has been extended through April 28, 2020. You must submit an absentee vote-by-mail application to receive a ballot in the mail.
You can request your ballot here.
|Cincinnati Health Department||Legal Aid Cincinnati|
|Cincinnati Public Schools||Ohio Department of Jobs & Family Services|
|Hamilton County||Hamilton County - Unemployment|
|State of Ohio||Cincinnati Public Schools|
|CDC||Small Business Administration|
|World Health Organization||Women of Cincy Community Resource List - good consolidated list|
TO ALL OAKLEY RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES,
We hope that all of you are well and making the best of these unusual times. We encourage you and those close to you to take appropriate steps to protect yourselves as described by the state, local and federal guidelines which are changing rapidly. We’ve added links to our website under "Resources" (see below) in the Coronavirus section of our home page for some of that guidance.
We encourage everyone within the Oakley neighborhood to come together as the caring community which we are, and to look out for your neighbors who are at higher risk and may not be able to get out for groceries and medicines.
We encourage everyone to support our local Oakley businesses to the extent you feel comfortable.
Finally, we announced last week that the Oakley Community Council will not meet in person for either of the scheduled March 19 or April 7 meeting dates. We will instead hold online meetings with the board and including interested residents. More details of how to join those meetings will be coming soon.
If there are further updates, we will send those out as warranted.
Take care and be safe,
Your OCC Board of Trustees
The 2020 United States Census kicks off in March 2020, and the Oakley Community Council is committed to promoting full participation and assisting those who may not have online access or other issues that might make it difficult to complete the census.
Community Resources – Online Access Opens 12 March 2020
Oakley Public Library: Note: All libraries are closed due to coronavirus concerns. All Library locations have computers and Internet access that residents can use to fill out their questionnaires and Library staff will be available to assist anyone who needs help. We also have Wi-Fi hotspots that cardholders can checkout to have Internet access anywhere 24/7 during the loan period.
OCC Events & Meetings: Census representatives will have a booth at our May and June events on the square. We can have tablets available at OCC meetings.
Help your neighbors! Please share this resource information with the elderly, shut-ins, or anyone who may not have internet access.
REVISED TIMELINE: Please see this revised schedule from the US Census. We will continue to share information as we learn the latest updates.
|Self-Response Phase (online,
|March 12–July 31||Extended||March 12–August 14|
|Mobile Questionnaire Assistance||March 30–July 31||Delayed||April 13–August 14|
|Nonresponse Followup (NRFU) and
|May 13–July 31||Delayed||May 28–August 14|
|Group Quarters Enumeration||April 2–June 5||Delayed||April 16–June 19|
|Service-Based Enumeration||March 30–April 1||Delayed||April 29–May 1|
|Census counts people experiencing
|April 1||Delayed||May 1|
|Deliver apportionment counts to
|By December 31||On schedule||By December 31|
|Deliver redistricting counts to
|By April 1, 2021||On schedule||By April 1, 2021|
SAVE THIS LINK:https://my2020census.gov/
Greater Cincinnati Counts: https://www.greatercincycounts.com/
You can get detailed Census information at the US Census Home Page
The construction work on the Eastern Gateway project will be starting in March 2020, and because this project involves complete replacement on the eastern pedestrian bridge across Madison Road, there will be lane and street closures, and detours at times. The work is expected to take 4-5 months to complete.
City Department of Transportation and Engineering (DOTE) will post updates on their twitter account (@RoadmapCincy) and we will post the latest schedule updates here, so check back frequently for the latest information.
Lane/Street Closures and Detours
Cincinnati Metro routes (11, 12x, 41, some school routes) will be impacted by these closures/detours, you can see all the Metro detours on their blog.
Detailed information about the project design can be found here.