Cincinnati Police Department - District 2

Captain: Capt Danita Pettis: Danita.Pettis@cincinnati-oh.gov

Oakley Neighborhood Liaison Officer: Officer Christine Barry: Christine.Barry@cincinnati-oh.gov

Address: 3295 Erie Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45208

Non-Emergency Number: (513) 979-4400

Website: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/police/districts/district-2/

Crime Statistics: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/police/crime-statistics1/

District 2 Map: Map

Cincinnati Fire Department - Department Station 31

Oakley Station 31 (Also District 4 Headquarters)

District 4 Captain: Jeffrey McDonough - jmcdonough75@gmail.com

Address: 401 Marburg Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45209

Phone: (513) 352-2344

Website: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/fire/

Oakley Recreation Center - CRC

Oakley Recreation Center: https://cincyrec.org/search/facility.aspx?id=34

Address: 3882 Paxton Ave, Cincinnati OH 45209

Service Area Coordinator: JaLisa Elkins - jalisa.elkins@cincinnati-oh.gov

Phone: (513) 321-9320

Fax: (513) 321-370

Oakley Branch Library

Address: 4033 Gilmore Ave. Cincinnati Ohio 45209

Website: https://cincinnatilibrary.org/locations/OA/

Manager: Chris Oaks - Chris.Oaks@cincinnatilibrary.org

Cincinnati Metro

Website: https://www.go-metro.com/

Customer Support: 513-632-7575  |  customerservice@go-metro.com

Schedules: https://www.go-metro.com/mapsandschedules

Community Outreach: Taylor Liggins - TLiggins@go-metro.com

METRO TO PRESENT UPCOMING REINVENTING METRO PLAN IMPROVEMENTS DURING VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Seven virtual informational meetings to highlight 2021 improvements.

Beginning January 12, Metro will hold seven virtual community meetings to update the public and to collect feedback on the service improvements going into effect in June 2021 and beyond. The Reinventing Metro plan focuses on transportation improvements that will ultimately boost the region’s economic development and vibrancy through improved connections to jobs and new employment centers, increased frequency, expanded service hours, new routes and enhanced customer amenities.

In 2021, nine routes, Rts. 4, 11, 16, 17, 20, 33, 43, 46 and 78 will see major improvements as part of Phase I of the plan’s roll-out, including some with 24-hour service, increased frequency and more weekend service to make using public transportation easier and more convenient. The Oakley Station Transit Center services Rt 11 and Rt 4, highlighted below.

The community is invited to attend a virtual meeting to learn more about each route improvement on the below dates and times:

· Jan. 12 6 p.m. Rt. 33 Western Hills - Glenway

· Jan. 14 6 p.m. Rt. 11 Madison Rd/ Erie Ave.

· Jan. 21 6 p.m. Rt. 4 Blue Ash – Kenwood – Ridge Road

· Jan. 26 6 p.m. Rt. 78 Springdale – Vine / Lincoln Heights

· Jan. 28 6 p.m. Rt. 17 Seven Hills/Mt. Healthy/Mt. Airy/ Northgate

· Feb. 2 6 p.m. Rt. 16 Mt. Healthy, Rt. 20 Winton – Tri-County

· Feb. 4 6 p.m. Rt. 43 Reading/ Bond Hill/ Winton Hills, Rt. 46 Avondale


Learn more about the Reinventing Metro plan at http://www.go-metro.com/ReinventingMetro.


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