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CINCINNATI, OHIO PARKS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER The Park Chief Financial Officer (CFO) must be an experienced executive with a passion for parks, as well as a commitment to the preservation, maintenance and continuous improvements of the parks system. The CFO provides executive-level leadership for the Park Board...

Ever noticed brown patches of grass or dead flowers in your yard? If you have pets, the culprit is likely close by. Dog urine contains high amounts of urea, a nitrogen compound, and alkaline salts. In concentrated amounts, the nitrogen in urine dries out plants and causes...

The Annual Magic Forest Halloween Hikes event will be happening again this year on October 19 and 20 at Caldwell Nature Preserve. The non-scary hike takes place on a pumkin-lit trail and is geared towards children ages 3-10. While hiking through the woods, visitors will meet...

The Westwood Town Hall Park project construction is continuing. Early in the construction process it was found that further engineering was required and the storm water tank had to be re-positioned on site. The underground storm system needs to be built prior to the rest of the project. This, coupled...

Volunteering is a rewarding way for citizens to be engaged in their favorite parks. Those who volunteer their time for Cincinnati Parks directly contribute to a more vibrant and healthy community. The Park Board recognizes volunteers who go above and beyond to make outstanding impacts....

It's back! Starting in 1988, Cincinnati Parks Fall Releaf program has provided 18,000+ trees to Cincinnati homeowners, schools, community areas, and other public green spaces. Eligible participants are provided with a tree to plant in their front yard, providing the beauty and energy-saving benefits street trees...