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City Council 2016

 
Back Row: Denise Holt, Chuck Johnson, Wynndel Burns
Front Row: Charles Southall *, Sheila Cottle, Diana Herbe, Regina Collins
 
 
* Council Member Charles Southall has passed away. His term is being completed by Rosalind Moore.
 
The Forest Park City Council meets the first and third Monday of each month at 8:00 p.m. at the municipal building. These meetings are videotaped by volunteers from Waycross Community Media and are shown LIVE on Waycross Govt. Access, Time Warner Cable Channel 23.  Additional playbacks are shown on this same channel the following evening at 9:00 p.m. and on Wednesdays at 7:00 a.m., Fridays at 10:30 p.m. and Sundays at 8:00 p.m.and can also be viewed on Cincinnati Bell Fioptics on Channel 853 Residents with questions on Council playbacks can contact Waycross Community Media at 825-2429 or on the web at www.waycross.org
 
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City Manager

The day-to-day operation of the City of Forest Park is the responsibility of the City Manager, the chief administrator of the City appointed by the City Council. The City Manager is responsible for providing and city manager photomaintaining the essential City services through the efficient and effective management and operation of the City.  Specifically, the City Manager is responsible for the the supervision of all City departments, preparation of the annual operating budget and oversight of financial condition, and the enforcement of laws and Ordinances within the City. He also serves as the contracting agent for the city government. The City Manager delegates responsibility and coordinates the activities performed daily by each department.
 
The City Manager can assist City Council through the proposal of policy measures and initiatives for its consideration, however, the Mayor and City Council determine policies and set direction for the City through legislative measures. The execution of the City Council's policies is the paramount responsibility of the City Manager.
  
The City provides many basic services to the residents of Forest Park including fire and police protection, recreational activities, community and economic development, and maintenance of the public infrastructure.

Clerk of Council

The Clerk of Council for the City of Forest Park is the municipality's custodian of all official records. Responsibilities in the Office of the Clerk of Council include annually updating the Municipal Code, compiling and securing all necessary documentation for City Council's consideration, preparing legislation, certificates, and proclamations, preparing the agenda for all meetings of Council, and preparing Council tax and operating budgets. An index is maintained in the Clerk's Office of all actions of Council for quick retrieval upon request of citizens or another office of our local government. Legal advertising is handled in the Office of the Clerk of Council, as well as the proper distribution and notification of legislation passed by City Council.

The Clerk of Council attends all meetings of City Council, prepares the journal, provides any and all secretarial services for the Mayor and City Council upon request, and performs all other duties incidental to the office of Clerk of Council not inconsistent with the Charter.

Building Department

Responsibilities & Procedures
House PhotoWhile the major responsibility of the Department is enforcement of Ohio and Forest Park laws regulating building construction, the basic charge is that of public health, safety, and welfare. This goal is accomplished by accepting applications, reviewing plans, inspecting building construction, certifying use and occupancy, coordinating with other agencies, receiving complaints and appeals, and by consultation and other related services.

Community Development

Est. 1974

 

Planning & Zoning

  • Comprehensive Master Plan
  • Development Review
  • Permit Center
  • Planning Commission
  • Sign Review and Enforcement
  • Subdivision Review
  • Zoning Administration

 

Housing

  • Home Improvement and Small Repair Grant
  • Nuisance-Animal Trap Lending
  • Property Maintenance Code Enforcement
  • Vacant-Foreclosed Property Registration
  • Seasonal Lawn Care for Vacant Properties
  • Single-Family Rental Property Inspection

 

Redevelopment Program

  • Property Acquisition and Disposition
  • Specialized and Small Area Plans
  • Streetscape Improvements

 

Also

  • Amusement Game Licensing
  • CDBG Grants
  • Cellular and Communication Tower Annual Permits
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Recycling & Solid Waste

Economic Development

Office Building PhotoForest Park is one of the few cities its size to have a separate department for this valuable function. Our award-winning development team facilitates economic growth by providing key services to businesses considering expansion or relocation. For example we provide assistance with site identification, project financing, incentive application, and permit approval.
 
Investing in economic development makes dollars and sense. Since 1995, businesses have invested almost than $400 million in our community. These projects have resulted in the retention or creation of more than 4,000 jobs.
 
Several years ago city leaders created the Forest Park Redevelopment Plan, a blueprint for the revitalization of underdeveloped, blighted or vacant commercial properties. Special incentives are available to medical, engineering, technology, financial services or advanced manufacturing companies that complete projects at targeted sites.
 
The staff also works to attract quality residential development consistent with the character of our community. In the Economic Development Department our primary concerns involve business recruitment, business retention, property redevelopment, and community marketing.
 
First Class NeighborhoodsWelcoming Residents
 
Businesses large and small are made up of individual people who have their own needs. Workers with children may want to know where daycare facilities are located. Someone trying to find an apartment may need a list of the different complexes in Forest Park. Perhaps you need information on local schools or area restaurants. If you have questions about our community, don't hesitate to call Economic Development at 595-5207.

Environmental Awareness

 
 
Mission Statement
 
The Program is committed to fostering a spirit of cooperation and shared responsibility among citizens, businesses, institutions, and governmental agencies towards the enhancement of local, regional, and global environmental quality.
 
 
 
 
Environmental Opportunities
 
 
 
 
 Forest Park Featured Programs
 
 
 
Plant a Tree; Grow a Community
Receive 75% off on the price of selected trees.
2018 tree selections are listed
 
 
Reduce Your Monthly Solid Waste Fees
Specifically designed for those
generating less trash/garbage & actively recycle.
 
 
 

Residential
Paper Shredding Station
Small amounts of paper only - ex: a file/folder or two

City Building Lobby
Open M-F, 8 am to 4:30 PM
 
 

Home Improvement Programs
Partnerships have been developed to provide
home improvement opportunities to residents.

Subsidies and Rebates
are available to offset home improvement costs!

 
 

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City of Forest Park Programs
Seasonal

 
Christmas Tree Recycling
December 26, 2017 - January 7, 2018
 
 
Hamilton County Programs
 
Yard Waste Drop-Off Sites
March 25 - November 19

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Environmental Information
 
 
 
 
 
Videos
Environmental and Educational videos you may find interesting!
 
419 Northland Blvd
Close and convenient for recycling those Items
 
Organizations that accept used items and materials.
 
Forest Park does not have a fall leaves collection program
Here are some alternatives
 
Can't get things out to the curb???? 
These companies remove large amounts of materials/debris directly from your house or business.
  
Roll-Off Container Rental Companies
Renters are responsible for removing all materials!
For households/businesses needing to clean out large amounts of unwanted trash, debris and construction materials. 
 
 
Six (6) sites now available
for those who do not have access to curbside recycling services.
 
Street Curbside Recycling Participation Survey
Discover how your street ranks with others!
 
Locations and Dates
 
There are 2 locations within 6.5 miles of Forest Park.
 
Receive beneficial environmental information periodically.
Email our office and we will include you on our email list. 
 
 
 
Girl walking goat
 

recycle bins

 
yardsale

Finance & Tax

Finance Department
The Director of Finance and the Finance Department handle the receipt and investment of all monies due the City from taxes and other sources, as well as payment of all City expenses provided for by Council appropriations. The Department is responsible for the City's payroll, accounting, budgeting, investment and all income tax related issues.
 
 
Award Winning Staff
From 1989 through 2015.  the Finance Department earned the prestigious Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association for the City's comprehensive annual financial report. The highest form of recognition from the Association, this certificate represents a significant achievement by our Finance Department and is indicative of the professionalism with which they carry out their responsibilities.
 
The Finance Department has also received the Distinguished Budget presentation Award.  The award was received by the Department from 2007 through 2012.  To-quality budget documents are essential if citizens and others with an interest in a government's finances are to be fully aware and informed participants in the budget process.  Better budget documents contribute to better decision making and enhanced accountability.  Forest Park joined only 24 other Ohio jurisdictions in receiving this recognition.
 
Tax Department
The Tax Commissioner and the Tax Office coordinate collection of the 1.5% earnings tax which covers wages, salaries, commissions, or any other compensation earned by residents, including rental property or any other business net profits.
 
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Fire Department

Fire Dept Home PhotoWelcome to the
Forest Park Fire Department
 
The Forest Park Fire Department was established in 1961 as a volunteer department with 24 members who contracted with the Village of Forest Park for fire service.  The Department has grown and evolved to an organization which employs 23 full-time and 41 part-time personnel, staffing two stations 24 hours a day, 365 days a year covering seven square miles that encompass the City of Forest Park including residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
 
The Fire Department currently provides emergency service out of two fire stations.  Responding from Station 42 (Headquarters) is a 107-foot Ferrara aerial, one pumper, two paramedic ambulances, and one support vehicle.  Equipment on the ambulances includes cardiac monitors/defibrillators, advanced airway equipment, numerous types of medications, IV fluids as well as many other types of basic and advanced equipment.  There are 6 firefighter/paramedic/EMTs and 1 captain assigned to Station 42.
 
Fire Station photoOne pumper and a paramedic ambulance responds from Station 43 (the William G. Cohn Jr. Memorial Station),  located at 11240 Southland Road.  Two firefighter/paramedic/EMTs and 1 lieutenant are assigned to this station.
 
During 2016, the Forest Park Fire Department responded to over 4,800 calls.  Medical emergencies make up the bulk of our emergency responses.  An emergency is defined as an unexpected, serious occurrence or situation urgently requiring prompt action.  Not all illnesses or injuries require transport to a hospital by an ambulance.  If you are unsure, it is better to call and have trained emergency personnel evaluate the ill or injured.  Our goal is to provide the best care possible as quickly as we can to those citizens who request our help.

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Human Resources

The mission of the Human ResourcesDepartment is to provide effective human resource management by developing and implementing policies, programs and services which contribute to the attainment of City of Forest Park and employee goals by:

Properly balancing the needs of the employees and the needs of the City of Forest Park.

Ensuring a diverse workforce in a safe and discrimination/harassment free environment by: maintaining compliance with employment laws and government regulations; providing management and employee training; and developing policies and procedures.

Providing training and development in areas of: effective leadership and career development of employees; employment law and government regulation, and litigation avoidance.

Hiring the most qualified employees by pre-planning staffing needs, ensuring an effective internal interview process, identifying the best and most cost effective recruitment sources, and conducting thorough background and reference checks.

Retaining our valued employees by providing competitive wages and benefits; furnishing technical, interpersonal and career development training and coaching; conducting exit interviews and supplying relevant feedback to management; and enhancing two-way communication between employees and management.

The Human Resources Department is truly a service oriented operation. Created in July of 1990, this department is responsible for reducing costs and improving the efficiency of Forest Park's personnel and human resource services. The Director and his staff manage community services and employee relations.

 

Providing Recreation
In April of 1991, the City's first Recreation Coordinator joined the staff of the Human Resources Department. The creation of this position was the first step toward the establishment of a year-round recreation program for Forest Park residents. For information about current recreation programs and activities, call 595-5252.

Helping Residents
The Department reaches beyond the needs of City personnel and provides services directly to the citizens of Forest Park. By organizing special events and responding to individual requests for information or service, Human Resources strives to maintain and improve the quality of life for residents.
 
Serving Employees
Human Resources is responsible for a wide range of services including collective bargaining, health insurance, employee relations and employee recruitment. The department also acts as a liaison to the Civil Service Commission regarding personnel matters and communicates information on job opportunities with the City to the general public.
 
If you have any questions about City services or employment opportunities, contact the Human Resources Director at 595-5204.
 
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Parks & Recreation

Central Park PlaygroundThe Recreation Department is responsible for the development and implementation of recreational programming and reservations of the various park facilities, Activity Center, and Senior Center.  The goal of the department is to meet the diverse needs of the community while coordinating activities that promote community activity and involvement.  The Parks and Recreation Commission sponsors many social activities for all ages including Gospel Fest, 5K Charge, Soccer Program, Basketball Program, and the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.
 
These are just a few of the events coordinated through the Recreation Department.  There are unique opportunities for adults, youth and families to participate in educational, physical and fun activities throughout the year.  The Recreation Department has a way for everyone to get involved in sport leagues, senior activities, and a variety of ongoing programs and special events. Many of these programs rely on volunteers for assistance.  These dedicated individuals that serve on the Parks and Recreation Commission, as coaches and league administrators, special event coordinators and helping hands in our parks and programs take pride in their service.  They are the reason Forest Park can continue to offer these programs and continue to improve our parks.
 
Instructors Needed on Recreation team

Do you have a talent you would like to share with your community? The Recreation Department is looking for people with various skills to teach classes at the Activity Center and the Senior Center.

We are looking for anyone with any type of skill they might want to share with the community. Our plan is to add a lot of exciting activities at both facilities so we are hoping people will come forward to share their knowledge with others.  Day and evening instructors are needed to teach classes for seniors, adults, and children.

Examples of skills the department is looking for include aerobics, yoga, kickboxing, jazzercise, pilates, Zumba, and health and wellness education, to name a few. The department is also looking for instructors to teach arts and crafts type activities such as scrapbooking,  photography, jewelry making, etc. 

For more information, call 595-5252.   

Volunteer Opportunities
 
Are you interested in serving your community?  The Recreation Department hosts several special events throughout the year, which need your assistance to run smoothly.  These are great opportunities for individuals, church groups, civic organizations, etc. Here's a listing of some of our annual events:
  • February - Gospel Fest
  • March/April - Breakfast With The Easter Bunny
  • August- Jazz In The Park Festival
  • October - Harvest Fest
  • December - Tree Lighting Ceremony & Breakfast With Santa
The Recreation Department. also coordinates youth sports programs: soccer in the Fall and basketball in the Winter.  Good coaches are always needed.   For more information call 595-5252.   
 

Police Department

Our Police Department is your partner in community safety. Forest Park has always been a safe place to live and work. Quality service, effective educational programs and first rate involvement in community activities are the reasons why.

State Of The Art Service
Your calls for emergency and/or police services are directed into the Hamilton County Communications Center (HCCC). The HCCC is an independent fire and police telecommunications facility servicing more than 30 suburban cities and villages in Hamilton County.

Increasing Public Awareness
Community Oriented Policing provides an opportunity for citizens to enter into a positive partnership with the police and the police with citizens. Our monthly Blockwatch meetings offer residents a chance to discuss their concerns and keep informed of what's happening in their community. Neighborhood Block Watch has more than 400 members. Police conduct Crime Alert meetings, where necessary, to keep citizens informed about specific crime problems.

Our police officers will gladly speak to student groups or community organizations on a wide range of community policy and safety topics including crime prevention, drug education, forensic service and arts, home security and personal protection. Citizens can also take a tour of our building at the corner of Winton and West Kemper Roads. For more information, contact the Chief's office at 595-5222.

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Public Works

 

Public Works staff maintains, buildings,  grounds, right-of-ways, and park facilities in Forest Park.


The Public Works Department has four divisions: street maintenance, park maintenance, building maintenance and equipment maintenance. These divisions perform the following services:

  • Street repairs
  • Sidewalk and curb repair
  • Street sweeping
  • Storm sewer maintenance
  • Painting of streets, parking lots and speed zones
  • Catch basin cleaning
  • Pot hole repair
  • Tree planting
  • Snow and ice control
  • Grass cutting
  • Traffic signal and sign maintenance
  • Right-of-way cleanup
  • Ballfield maintenance
  • Landscaping - buildings & parks
  • Fleet maintenance
 

Street/Sidewalk Repair
Public Works is responsible for the maintenance of all streets and roadways in Forest Park.
 

Sidewalk Apron Needing Repair
Sidewalk Apron Needing Repair

Apron Repairs
Apron Repairs

 
Homeowners are responsible for keeping their driveways and sidewalks in good condition. Once each year, the City repairs sidewalks and curbs for safety or structural reasons only. If you feel your sidewalk or curb needs repair, contact the Public Works Department and request an inspection.

Permits are required for the installation or repair of your sidewalk and driveway. All work must meet City specifications. In addition, the City must receive 24 hour notice before you pour concrete. For the proper procedures and specifications, please call 595-5246.

Snow Removal
Our principal goal during a snowstorm is to keep major thoroughfares open. During heavy snowfall, crews will salt and plow continuously, beginning with primary routes and proceeding to residential streets. Citizens are encouraged to remove parked vehicles from city streets when snow is predicted.

Snow Plowing
Snow Plowing

Snow and Ice Control
Snow and Ice Control

Forest Park has a Snow Emergency Law. When a snow emergency is declared, all vehicles must be removed from streets with No Parking During Snow Emergency signs. Snow emergency announcements are made on radio and/or television.
 

All property owners and building occupants are required by City Ordinance to keep their sidewalks clear of snow. Sidewalks must be cleared within 72 hours after the snow ceases to fall. Please do not shovel snow into the street.

Trees
Since 1991, the City of Forest Park has received an annual Tree City USA Award presented by the National Arbor Day Foundation. One requirement for this award is that the City celebrate National Arbor Day. Residents must trim their trees to an eight foot clearance above the sidewalk or roadway. 

Chipper Service

Chipper service is provided to our residential residents April - September twice a month.  This program is intended to help dispose of limbs and branches.  They may not exceed 12 inches in diameter to fit through the machine.  All materials must be placed curbside by 7:00 am the day of service is scheduled.  Please leave branches as long in length as possible and place cut ends towards street.  Do not use wire or rope to bundle brush.  We will not be able to chip old firewood, lumber or split rail fencing, leaves,  roots or stumps.  In order to serve all residents in your area, please limit the piles to no larger than 3 ft. high and 15 ft. long.  The chipper crew has scheduled 10 minutes at each house.  Please see the attached Chipper Schedule for dates and areas. 

Stormwater Management

Stormwater Management Utility plans, funds, constructs and maintains the City's surface water management system using various drainage facilities to properly disperse stormwater. The Utility is similar to water, electric, and waste sewage utilities which charge user fees for the service. It is funded bt the fees charged to property owners.
 
Responsibilities
Stormwater Management Utility is responsible for maintaining and upgrading the City's existing storm drainage system. The department also handles the construction of additional storm drainage facilities and provides other services related to stormwater management. Forest Park maintains three regional storm water detention basins which temporarily detain and then slowly discharge storm water runoff.
 

Drainage Before Improvements
Drainage Before Improvements

Drainage After Improvements
Drainage After Improvements

 
  

Regional Detention Basin
Regional Detention Basin

The Need
As homes, commercial buildings, and parking lots are built, natural ground cover is destroyed. This ground cover previously provided a natural absorption method for rainfall. Also, channeled water in drainage facilities results in increased velocity and volume. This in turn causes erosion of stream banks, damage to property and buildup of sediment, reducing the efficiency
 drainage.  Drainage facilities require regular maintenance and occasional upgrading

 
 
 

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    8 AM - 4:30 PM
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Wright H. Gwyn,
Program Manager
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5263
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Wright H. Gwyn,
Program Manager
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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    8 AM to 4:30 PM

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Wright H. Gwyn,
Program Manager
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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    8 AM to 4:30 PM

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Wright H. Gwyn,
Program Manager
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Harlita H. Robinson,
Director of Finance
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5211
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Jermaine Hill,
Assistant Chief
1201 W Kemper Road Br
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Tye Smith,
Human Resources Director
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5200
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    Contact: Joanne Lee 595-5205
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5202
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5204
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Forest Park, OH 45240
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1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Taffy Jackson,
Recreation Coordinator
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5252
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1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Recreation Coordinator
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Forest Park, OH 45240
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Forest Park, OH 45240
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Director of Public Works
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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Director of Public Works
1201 W Kemper Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
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  • Phone: (513) 595-5258
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Brandon Wiers,
President
  • Phone: (513) 476-4518
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