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Welcome to Sayler Park, Ohio! "Cincinnati's Western Gateway". Established in 1911, Sayler Park is located on the western edge of Cincinnati, Ohio near the banks of the Ohio River in Hamilton County.

 

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Sayler Park Community
Sayler Park Village Council
Sayler Park Farmer's Market
Sayler Park Sustains
Sayler Park Historical Society
Sayler Park Auto Racing Club

 

 

Stormwater Damage

 

Did you have Stormwater damage from the recent April flooding? Then, the Village Council wants to hear from you. Email your stories and pictures to: SPStormwaterDamage@saylerpark.org.

 

Do you want to help plan Sayler Park's future?

 

Please join us for a community planning process to develop our first comprehensive Sayler Park Plan!

 

For the first time in Sayler Park's history, we will have the chance to build upon the unique strengths and charm of our beautiful neighborhood and create a vision for our future. Where and what do you want to see Sayler Park look like in 2, 5, 10, or even 20 years from now?

 

Everyone in the community is invited to be part of the process, which will include three public meetings that will be held at Sayler Park School in the cafeteria. Please mark your calendars for the following dates:

 

 

May 9th from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

June 13th from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

The 3rd meeting date is TBD.

 

 

If you need child care during the meetings or transportation to the meetings, please contact Joy Rosebrook at joy.rosebrook@clcinstitute.org or 505-6895.

 

For questions, contact the Community Learning Center Institute’s Adelyn Hall or Joy Rosebrook:

 

Adelyn.Hall@clcinstitute.org / 513.581.0304

Joy.Rosebrook@clcinstitute.org / 513.505.6895

 

Bring your ideas and dreams for Sayler Park. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Sincerely,

 

Jackie Litchfield Apted, President Sayler Park Village Council

 

Kindergarten Round-up and Preschool at Sayler Park School

 

Do you have a child who will turn 5 before September 30, 2017? Then, it's time to sign them up for Kindergarten! Kindergarten registration for the 2017-2018 school year has begun. To register your child, pick up a Kindergarten registration packet from the front office of Sayler Park School between 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, or for more information, give the School office a call at 363-5100.

 

Are you interested in possibly sending your child to Preschool at Sayler Park School in the next few years? Joy Rosebrook, the Community Resource Coordinator, is currently gathering a list of families who might be interested in Preschool at Sayler Park School. If enough people are interested, there may be an opportunity for an expanded Preschool option at Sayler Park in the future. For more information, or to get your name on the list, contact Joy Rosebrook at 363-5134.

 

For more information on what's going on at Sayler Park School, visit their recently updated website.

 

Kids Club and Summer Camp at the Sayler Park Community Center

 

From ceramics to soccer, the Sayler Park Community Center, located at 6720 Home City Ave., offers recreational programs for Sayler Park residents of all ages throughout the year.

 

But, did you know they also offer both a Summer Camp and a Kids' Club over the summer? Call the center at (513) 941-0102 for more information.

 

Community Dinner

 

A community dinner is held every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at Eden Chapel, 150 Dahlia Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233. Eden Chapel is also home to the Ed Eiding Food Pantry. Donations can be made at Warsaw Federal on Gracely Avenue or at the Chapel.

 

Have you ever wondered what Sayler Park was like in the past?

 

Two books on Sayler Park's history, told through stories of Sayler Park residents past and present, are available through the Sayler Park Historical Society. To obtain a copy of Stories That Must Be Told or Pictures That Must Be Seen, contact the Sayler Park Historical Society.