Colerain Community Association

Colerain Community Association (CCA) was formed and began work in June of 1998 by former Trustee Diana Lynn Rielage in an effort to make sure Colerain’s visible, public areas were always well-groomed and maintained. The group, which currently has about sixty members, is comprised of business professionals, teachers, community leaders, retirees and many more who come to the group with varied interests, experiences and motivations for participation. Members maintain property at Colerain Avenue and I-275, Hamilton Avenue and I-275, and Ronald Reagan at Colerain Avenue.

“We pick up litter, plant flowers, weed, mulch, and maintain these areas on a regular basis,” said Pat Newberry, past-president of the Community Association. “It is our goal to develop a sense of pride in our community.”

If you would like to join, please call the Township Parks Department at 513-385-7503.

Clean Up

  • Clean up for Colerain Avenue and I-275 is scheduled for the first Saturday of each month.
  • Clean up for Colerain Avenue and Ronald Reagan is scheduled for the second Saturday of each month.
  • Clean up at Hamilton Avenue and I-275 varies in schedule. If interested in finding information about helping at this location, please call the Parks and Services Office at 513-385-7503.

Cleanup Cancellation Guidelines

During the winter months of December, January, February and March, we will begin clean up at 10 a.m. During all other months, clean up will begin at 8 a.m. A decision to cancel will be made by CCA’s president and vice president if any of these conditions should exist:

  • Icy conditions
  • Snow on the ground
  • Steady rain
  • Temperature or wind chill below 32 degrees

A cancellation automatically moves the clean up to the next Saturday. If there is bad weather on the following Saturday, it cancels until the next month.

Financial Support

The Community Association receives financial support from local businesses as well as assisting at the Colerain Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf outing. The volunteers meet the first Saturday of the month to pick up litter in the areas they maintain (takes about 1 1/2 hours per Saturday). If you would like to join, please call the Township Parks Department at 513-385-7503.

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