The Administration and developers updated City Council on the Kenwood and Cooper project during the January 13 Council meeting. You can listen to the presentation on the City of Blue Ash’s YouTube channel.
Parks and Recreation Director Brian Cruise told City Council that Pickleball was now available at the Blue Ash Recreation Center in the Blue Gym Monday-Friday from 1-4 pm. He said that the addition has been well received. Read more on the City website. For information on how to begin or renew a membership here.Read More
At the January 13 Blue Ash City Council Meeting, the Council heard the first reading of an ordinance that would allow Low Speed Vehicles on City streets. Council members supporting the move, chose to advance a version that would allow these vehicles on any roads permitted by state law. A more restrictive version that confined the vehicles to roads with speed limits of 25 mph or less was dropped. Final action could be taken at the February 10 City Council meeting.Read More
Long-time Blue Ash staffer, Mike Duncan, reported to City Council that starting in February the AARP Foundation will be offering free tax filing assistance in the area. Beginning in February people will be able to make an appointment for an in-person meeting at the Sharonville Community Center (513) 563-2895.Read More
Hamilton County established a website where people can find COVID relief resources. You can access all of the resources at 513relief.org. There you will be able to access programs to help with housing, small businesses, employment, vaccination and testing and more. If you are a home owner, know that changes to the programing now allows some residents to receive assistance with mortgages and property taxes.