Community Improvement Corporation
The creation of the CIC was recommended by the Springfield Township Comprehensive Neighborhood Master Plan, which was adopted by the Board of Trustees in May 2011.
The CIC was created in accordance with Chapters 1702 and 1724 of the Ohio Revised Code in order to advance, encourage and promote industrial, economic, commercial, housing and civic development in Springfield Township. The CIC has been designated by the Springfield Township Board of Trustees as the Economic Development agent for Springfield Township.
The Springfield Township, Hamilton County, Community Improvement Corporation, Inc. annual financial report for fiscal year 2015 has been filed with the Auditor of State and is available for review.
2015 Finance Report
View the current board of directors and public meeting dates for the CIC.
The CIC administers and awards the Residential Incentive Grant Program which provides grants, upon application and qualifications by residents and resident business owners, equal to the earnings tax paid by Township residents who work in the JEDZ or JEDD territories and a grant equal to the net business profits tax paid by businesses which are owned principally (50% or more) by Township residents and which are located in the JEDZ or JEDD territories of Springfield Township.
Are you considering moving your business to Springfield Township? View the local incentives available.
The Neighborhood Enhancement Grant Program was created to help fund neighborhood improvement projects conducted by established, approved organizations with a desire to help make Springfield Township neighborhoods better places to live, work, and play.