Need to request special garbage pick-up? Want to report graffiti or a pothole? Need to check on dates for trash collection?
There’s an app for that.
Get involved and help keep your neighborhood clean, safe and vibrant!
The upgraded Fix it Cincy! app allows users greater access to various Cincinnati government departments such as Transportation & Engineering, Buildings & Inspections, and Health, but the focus remains on Public Services. Now, service requests filed using the app go directly into the City’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system.
Some of the other unique features of the app include:
- A modern, streamlined user interface – making it easier to submit customer service requests;
- Improved GPS mapping, including map based selection of service location;
- The ability to easily upload a photo along with customer service requests; and
- A new survey tool allowing the City to regularly gain feedback on work quality (coming soon).
Users can also schedule a bulk-item trash pickup; report a pothole; receive in-app notifications when a service request has been completed; share completed service requests on Facebook; and add trash and recycling service dates to their calendar.
“Smartphones have transformed the way we live our lives so it is imperative we adapt the latest technologies to make it easier to engage our citizens and solve problems,” said City Manager Harry Black. “This is all part of our plan to make Cincinnati the best managed city in America.”
Carthage Blitz Clean Up
Monday, September 26th - Friday, September 30th
The week of September 26th, the Department of Public Services Neighborhood Operations Division will be in Carthage for the neighborhood blitz clean up. Below is a quick overview of the blitz.
Greenspace Crew: Will mow, trim, & edge all DPS owned properties during the week.
Dumpster: One (20yd.) dumpster will be delivered on Monday, September 26th by 9:00am and removed Friday, September 30th by 9:00am. If dumpster becomes full before Friday, staff will empty and bring it back.
Street Sweeping: Staff will post “No Parking” signs, so sweeper can sweep.
Friday, September 30th Only: There will be a roving trash truck circulating through Carthage to service all corner cans, collect excessive trash and illegal dumping. Also, staff will be on foot litter picking.
Carthage Night Out
Wednesday, July 27 6:00pm – 8:00pm
We’ll bring the free treats, music, and entertainment. You bring a neighbor, a chair, and wear your best 50′s outfit! Please leave pets at home.
Nostoros traeremos aperitivos, musica, y entertenimiento. Lleve sumejor traje de los anos 50′s! Por favor dejar sus animales en casa.
June Civic League Meeting
Monday, June 20 7:30pm
Carthage Christian Church
Join us for conversations about our neighborhood. Get involved in what’s happening in Carthage and meet some neighbors!
Community Yard Sale
Friday, June 3 – Sunday June 5
Clean out your garages and closets! It’s time for the annual Cartage Community Yard Sale!
If you plan are participating and would like to have a Yard Sale sign, please contact Craig Whistler at 513-761-4315. Leave a voicemail with your name, address, telephone number, items for sale, and dates that you will have your items out for sale. A classified ad will be placed in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
A full list of participants will be available here on the website, and updated as more are added.
U Pull & Pay Community Day
Wednesday, May 25 11am – 1pm
All admission proceeds donated to Carthage Civic League.
Carthage Fire Department offering auto safety tips and on-site demonstrations of emergency auto extraction. Games and food!
Free cookout from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM! Donations accepted for Civic League food pantry.
Neighborhood Games Qualifiers
Saturday, May 28 10am – 4pm
About the Cincinnati Neighborhood Games: Each neighborhood in Cincinnati will hold a qualifying round in each event in which the neighborhood chooses to participate. There are 20 events in total – all with little barrier to entry, including the 40 yard dash, hula-hoop endurance, limbo, chess, and ping pong. This event will have everything from community engagement and team building to neighborhood bragging rights and will be topped off with medal ceremonies.
Help Carthage bring home the trophy!! Join us for the qualifying events for a day of fun, games, and food on May 28th! All ages are welcome and you don’t need to be a superior athlete to participate. The final games competing against the other neighborhoods will be held downtown July 9 – 16th.
For more information about events and times for the qualifiers, CLICK HERE.
Saturday, May 21st 11am – 4pm
Artists and Crafters are invited to participate in Hartwell’s Arts & Crafts Fair on May 21st. Deadline to apply is April 29th. Information and application can be found HERE.
Email Hartwell@cincinnati-oh.gov with any questions.
This is a reminder to renew or add Carthage Civic League to benefit from your Kroger purchases!
Do you have a Kroger Plus card? Kroger will donate to selected educational and/or community programs based on your purchases. There is no additional cost to you. You will need to select the charitable organization you would like to receive those monies.
Sign up today and select Carthage Civic League to benefit!
For those who have picked an organization in the past, it is time to re-select the charitable organization by the end of April. Hopefully you pick the Carthage Civic League! Thank you!
Saturday, May 21 9am – 12pm
Every year, thousands of volunteers come together to improve the quality of life in their community during the Great American Cleanup. From March through November, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful provides cleanup supplies and logistical support for a wide variety of cleanup and beautification projects.
This year Carthage neighbors will be planting flowers and trees, as well as cleaning up public spaces to make our neighborhood more beautiful. Jump into the fun on May 21st! Meet up at the Community Center at 9am. For more information, talk to Sharon Griffon at the next Carthage Civic League Meeting on May 16th.