Ensuring quality of life in our communities by attending to illegal dumping.
Through strategic community partnerships and a strong working relationship with the Cincinnati Police Department, Public Services, and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, communities are eradicated of illegal activity that threatens both clean, green, safe, and beautiful neighborhoods as well as neighborhoods that are already existing within the face of inequity and neglect, where vandalism continues to make these issues even worse. Our Environmental Services program provides innovative initiatives that deter acts of vandalism, in turn redirecting much-needed public resources.
The goals of our Environmental Services program offerings include; effectively addressing and alleviating inequity-causing problems, in particular, we attend to the issues of the improper illegal dumping of waste. We do this through a well-intended effort in promoting the needed bridge of communication between Cincinnati's communities and our local government agencies.
Questions or inquiries? Contact Environmental Services Program Coordinator, James Johnson
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