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City Wide Street Sale May 14th-15th 9:00am-5:00pm
If your interested in the "City Wide Street Sale" this May 14th-15th, please stop by the Safety Service Director's office for your free permit. Street sale sellers who obtain their permits seven days prior to the "City Wide Street Sale" will have their street sale locations added to a City directory that will be posted for everyone to see. Anyone not able to grab a permit seven or more days prior will still be able to obtain one, but your street sale location will not be posted. If you have any questions please reach out to us at 513-458-4500 or email us at [email protected]
Norwood Recreation Relaunch
Please take a moment and tell us what you think by completing our survey or joining our logo contest. Your input is very valuable to us!
Do you enjoy creating designs and logos? If so, please join our Norwood Recreation Logo Contest and show us what you think would look good.
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
As a community member, you are invited to a community-wide health survey for the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The2021 CHNA is sponsored by The Health Collaborative (THC) and Generation Health (Gen-H), who are working in partnership with the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association, as well as multiple health partners throughout the 39-hospital, 25-county Greater Cincinnati region, which includes southwest Ohio (including the Greater Dayton Area), southeast Indiana and northern Kentucky.
This online survey will ask basic questions about your health, what makes being healthy easy or hard, and how our community is supporting your health. The information we collect will inform how we will direct our energy and resources to meet the complex healthcare needs of the community and will inspire innovative healthcare delivery models designed to unite our region-wide efforts in providing high-quality care, increasing access to care, and achieving improved health outcomes for all.
The online survey will be open from April 1 to May 30, 2021. The survey is available in English, French, Nepali, Arabic, and Spanish. All respondents will remain anonymous. At the end of this survey, you will be able to enter a drawing for one of two $100 Amazon gift cards.
If you live in the Greater Cincinnati or Dayton Area, please complete our online health survey. Here is the link to the survey: https://genh.healthcollab.org/
Paper surveys can be made available upon request. Please contact Elizabeth Pafford by sending an email [email protected] to request paper copies of the survey, or for help with any technical issues you experience with the online survey.
For more general questions about the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), please contact Lauren Bartoszek by sending an email [email protected], or calling 513-247-6860.
The State of Ohio has extended their tax filing date to May 17, 2021. Therefore, the City of Norwood tax filing date has also been extended to May 17, 2021.
Welcome to Norwood
Rich in pride, tradition, and heritage, the City of Norwood, Ohio has long thrived as an enclave nestled in the heart of the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area.
Occupying a land area of just over three square miles, Norwood has been blessed with a strategic central location, excellent transportation accessibility, a diverse economic base, and a strong sense of community. Since its founding in 1888, Norwood has grown into a center for commerce and industry proudly serving as birthplace and home for numerous office, manufacturing, service, and retail businesses.
Norwood's distinction as an independent community in the center of a major metropolitan area continues to offer a unique blend of advantages for the residents and businesses that call it home.