Who is Oakley Community Council?
The Oakley Community Council is a non-profit entity for the purpose of preserving and improving the neighborhood of Oakley for its residents, businesses, institutions, and other community organizations.
Statement from OCC President Colleen Reynolds:
“Due to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases and the challenge of creating a blended meeting model, the OCC will be meeting virtually for the month of August and for the time being. This does not yet impact our outdoor event plans. We apologize for any confusion and look forward to seeing our friends and neighbors on Zoom this coming Tuesday. A detailed agenda will be posted by Monday morning.”
-Colleen, OCC President
The next meeting is: Tuesday, 3 August, 2021, 7PM
Get all the details here: https://oakleynow.com/Affair-On-the-Square-2021
Oakley Community Council teamed up with Keep Cincinnati Beautiful to host the Oakley Community Cleanup!
Thanks to the 50+ volunteers who gave up their time in support of The Great Oakley Cleanup, it was a great success. Teams targeted the Oakley Station, Wasson Road, Madison (Kennedy to Hyde Park Ave), and Allendale/Brotherton areas, and many adjacent streets.
We plan to do another this fall, and then starting in 2022, conduct Spring and Fall annual cleanups. The more volunteers, the more area we can cover, so look for future announcements and help us Keep Oakley Beautiful.
Many thanks to our partners and sponsors: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, Crossroads, Roehr Insurance, Cincinnati Botanical Depot, MadTree Brewing, UDF, The E.
The majority of the construction has been completed, with only a few minor items left - fencing, etc. The bridge is open for pedestrian use and all lanes of Madison Road are open.