Let’s Move Cincinnati!

We will be having a series of Fitness events at the New Jerusalem / Carthage Community Center, (old Carthage School at Fairpark & North Bend Roads).

There will be exercise and nutrition demonstrations from 8 am to 10 am.

The dates are all on a Saturday. January 24, February 7 & 21, March 7 & 14

Annual Potluck Dinner

Carthage Civic League

Annual Pot Luck Dinner

Monday, December 15th 6:30pm

At Carthage Christian Church

19 West 73rd St.

Bring a side dish or desert to share or just join us.

The Civic League will provide the Turkey and Ham

All are Welcome

Todos Estan Invitados

Great American Clean-Up

Create Local Change!

Join Your Neighbors to Clean-Up Carthage

Saturday April 26th 9 am to 12 noon

Meet At Community Center (old Carthage School) Fairpark Parking Lot

We will be finishing up our fall clean up projects. Bring your tree trimming equipment. 

Dress for the weather and bring work gloves.

Lunch will be served around noon.  Hot dogs provided by Givaudan Flavor.

Compost Cincy

Compost Cincy has officially been closed. The City of Cincinnati has taken over the site and will start removing the material March 8, 2014.  The material will be hauled away to a dump site and should take a couple of weeks.  The city is working with the Ohio EPA.

NEP Kickoff and Party!

This morning we kicked off the Carthage Neighborhood Enhancement program.  Thank you to everyone who was able to join us.

Please join us from 6-8 PM, at the St. Charles’ parking lot, to celebrate the kickoff of the NEP.  We will have free food, games, and entertainment for the whole family.


Neighborhood Enhancement Program Coming to Carthage August

The Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) is a 90-day collaborative effort between City departments, Carthage residents and Carthage organizations and Churches.

The NEP focuses on developing Carthage assets. Integrated service delivery includes:

  • Concentrating building code enforcement
  • Identifying and “cooling down” crime hot spots
  • Cleaning up streets, sidewalks, and vacant lots
  • Beautifying landscapes, streetscapes and public right of way
  • Engaging property owners and residents to create and sustain a more livable neighborhood

Through focused, integrated and concentrated City service delivery and Carthage Civic League, Inc. efforts, partners seek to improve the quality of life in our community. The targeted areas are identified through an analysis of building code violations, vacant buildings, disorder and drug calls, drug arrests, as well as incidence of graffiti, junk autos, litter and weeds.

This is another chance for you to volunteer and make our community better.  The Carthage Civic League, Churches, local businesses and the city of Cincinnati have been working on this since January.  We have spent hours putting this together and now it is your time to jump in. Watch for the opportunity, we may be knocking on your door.