Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Click onto the link for Finneytown Civic Association Newsletter


Thursday, October 02, 2014

Part-time Nanny Needed in Finneytown

Finneytown  parent  in need of part-time help (10-15 hours M-F)  for a busy, involved  family.   Contact 513-413-3005. (Serious inquiries only)

Monday, September 22, 2014

Message from Pastor David Bryan about the Fall Festival Oct. 25th Noon- 9 pm

Click on the link to register for a booth for the festival:  http://www.gracepointcincinnati.com/fall-festival-registration.html


Winton Road Resurfacing Project

Theodore B. Hubbard, the Hamilton County Engineer, would like to announce the beginning of the resurfacing project on Winton Road, between Harbury Dr. and North Hill Ln, in Springfield Township, beginning Monday, September 29, 2014.
Work being performed by Prus Construction will include resurfacing, curb and pavement repair. Construction is anticipated to last until December 5, 2014 (weather permitting).
Please expect traffic delays due to single lane closures in the area.
Any problems or questions should be directed to the Hamilton County Engineers Office at 513-946-8430.
For information on additional Hamilton County projects, please visit the County's website at: www.hamilton-co.org/engineer
Theodore B. Hubbard, P.E.-P.S.
Hamilton County Engineer
Additional Info...

Cat in need of adoption in a TLC home

"Luigi" is looking for a loving permanent home!
We helped rescue him as a stray and delighted that he is now a  playful and curious two year old, full of energy. 
Luigi has been vaccinated and neutered and must live indoors.  He is not a finicky fellow and has a good appetite and spunk!
If you are a cat lover and interested in visiting Luigi we would love to introduce you! Please give us a call at #368-3231.

Roxanne and David Engle
PurrfectFriendsCatRescue.com, sponsors

Friday, August 15, 2014


A very friendly dog is wandering around the neighborhood and looking for his home.  He is a mix lab/shep/collie with a temperament of lab. He has bushy tail like a collie and built like a skinny shepherd. He is slightly larger than your average Lab. He is charming and will fetch his own stick to play with you.  He was last seen heading down Bruce Hills.  Please come get your dog!

Update: The doggy found "temporary" shelter at the Duffy's at the end of Deanview Drive but they have two dogs right now.  So please come get your dog!

Thursday, August 07, 2014

Springfield Township Art & Wine Classes!!


Monday, July 28, 2014


In case your wondering why,  just let me say that it's the little things they do  and going above and beyond their scope of responsibilities that make living in View Place a very desirable place to live! Please call the Service Department to say thanks for all they do! 513- 522-1410 ...

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Upcoming Springfield Township Meeting!

Springfield Township Shares Plans For the Future and Tax Budget - July 23, 2014

The Springfield Township Board of Trustees will conduct the annual tax budget public hearing, as required by state law, on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. in the Allen Paul Community Room, 9150 Winton Road. The tax budget hearing will be followed with a presentation and discussion of longer range issues, challenges and opportunities facing the Township, as well as preliminary five-year plan recommendations.
The presentation will highlight the Township’s response to past challenges and provide insight into key future decisions that will need to be made. Additionally, options and recommendations to the meet remaining future challenges will be presented and discussed.
Township Trustees invite residents, business owners and guests to attend the tax budget hearing and presentation, then provide input to the Board. Trustee Gwen McFarlin encourages residents to be informed, “Springfield Township is well known in Hamilton County as a leader of innovation and planning. Attending a meeting is just one way residents can learn more about the progress happening in Springfield Township. One of our major initiatives is to increase the frequency of our communications and to provide a number of ways we can better connect with the residents we serve.”
To receive regular community communications, residents are encouraged to register or update their existing Springfield Township e-news account by clicking on the “Notify Me” button on the Township’s website, www.springfieldtwp.org. There, individuals can add new subscription features to receive news they wish to receive from Springfield Township and may add their cell phone number for text messaging.
For more information on the tax budget public hearing, the 5-year plan presentation or for assistance in registering for e-news, please call 513-522-1410.