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Village Council elections will be happening soon. The nominees will be announced at the October meeting, and voting will occur in November with the elected officials taking office in January 2018. This year, elections will occur for the positions of President and Treasurer. If you are interested in running for either position, please contact Leo Yakutis at leo.yakutis@gmail.com. The duties of the President according to the bylaws include: 1. Shall have general charge of the affairs of the organization. 2. Shall preside at all meetings of the Council and of the Board. 3. May sign or endorse checks in the […]

Village Council Nominations & Elections


The 2017 Sayler Park Harvest Festival will take place on October 14th, 2017 at Nelson Sayler Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arts & crafts, baked goods, live fall plants, pumpkins, gourds, and so much more will be available for purchase at the festival. In addition to all the sweet and savory treats, Green Go Loco Mexican Cuisine and Chili Rocks will also be on site. Live music throughout the day will be provided by Danny Frazier from 12 – 3 p.m. and Roger Franman from 3:30 – 5 p.m. Interested in volunteering to help with the event? Fill-out […]

The Sayler Park Harvest Festival is October 14th!



NSP Funds Request Form The City’s Neighborhood Support Program provides funding to community councils for neighborhood projects and activities. Self-determination and community improvement¬†are the foundations of the program. Through the Neighborhood Support Program, the City extends a challenge to its neighborhoods: “What can we do together to improve the quality of life in your community?” What Can Funds Be Used For? In FY 2018, each eligible community council can receive up to $6,800. Community councils have used the funds for: Membership drives. Newsletters. Beautification and clean-up activities. Summer employment or cultural activities for neighborhood youth. Networking and training workshops for […]

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Join your neighbors at the Sayler Park School cafeteria on August 7th at 7:30 p.m. for the Sayler Park Village Council meeting. Cincinnati MSD, Stormwater Management, and Water Collection will be in attendance to discuss and provide more information regarding the recent water issues. Communities United for Action and Carey Blackmore Smith from the Enquirer will also be in attendance. In addition, Mark McEwan from Cincinnati Metro will be there to discuss the proposed changes to routes 50 and 32, and Rapid Run Neighbors will present information regarding the proposed upcoming development off of Rapid Run.

Village Council Meeting August 7th



Metro is seeking feedback from residents and riders regarding their planned restructuring of three Cincinnati bus routes, including changes to routes 32 and 50, which will affect service to Sayler Park. Click here to view the proposed bus route changes to Sayler Park. Letter from Metro: Dear Community Leader: To improve efficiency and provide new options to attract ridership, Metro is proposing the restructuring of three local routes with the lowest productivity, effective in December 2017. Your community would be affected by at least one of these changes: Rt. 1 Mt. Adams-Eden Park-Museum Center and Rt. 49 Fairmount-English Woods: Operate […]

Metro Proposed Route Changes


The first Sayler Park Oktoberfest is happening August 26, 2017 from 4 – 10 p.m. on Parkland Avenue near Nelson Sayler Park. The Zinzinnati Bierband will be playing all evening. Food vendors from Avril-Bleh Marketplace, Green-g0-Loco, Jon Jon’s BBQ, Kona Ice, Power Blendz Smoothie, and Savories & Sweeties will be on site, and of course, there will be plenty of beer! Want to volunteer the day of the event? Click here to fill out the online form. To register as a sponsor or vendor for Sayler Park Oktoberfest, click one of the links below, or click here to fill out […]

Oktoberfest is August 26, 2017




There is a proposed multifamily development on Rapid Run. In light of the recent water issues in Sayler Park, this development may be something that Sayler Park residents want to stay informed on. Proposed Development Area:           For more information: There is a closed Facebook group called Rapid Run Neighbors, or please view and/or download the Powerpoint here.

Proposed Multifamily Development on Rapid Run