The Pleasant Ridge Community Council (PRCC) represents all residents of Pleasant Ridge and advocates for the continued well-being, safety, and improvement of the neighborhood.
PRCC meets on the first Tuesday of each month at the Pleasant Ridge Recreation Center at 7pm. There are no public meeting in July or December.
Each committee of the PRCC is made up of dedicated volunteers from the neighborhood. Their grassroots work fuels the progress of PRCC by advancing safety, engaging neighbors, fundraising, and more!
There's room for you! Join one of our major committees listed below to make an impact in the neighborhood.
Looking for other ways to be involved? We are always happy for new volunteers!
Help plan and execute Ridge Day, the annual neighborhood festival in August.
Support the communications team with the newsletter, website, and social media.
Assist our Treasurer with Neighborhood Support Program (NSP) management.
Got an idea? We'd love to hear it at a Community Council meeting!
The voting board members of the Council include a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Members are nominated by the community and voted in to leadership.
President- Kate Gille
Kate is proud to have purchased her first home in Pleasant Ridge and is eager to serve her community. She is the Creative and Communications Director for the Cincinnati Parks Foundation and is a member of the Woman's City Club, Past Plastics Cincinnati Coalition, and serves on the marketing committee for the CROWN Cincinnati Trail. You can find her working in her pollinator garden or walking the neighborhood picking up litter.
Vice President- Bill Frost
Bill is the former president of the PRCC and well known (and liked) across the neighborhood. During his time with PRCC, there was a period of significant economic growth in Pleasant Ridge after many years of hard work by the Pleasant Ridge Development Corporation. This growth required improved engagement between the Community Council, Cincinnati Council and City Management.
Secretary- Jerri Schultz
Born an advocate; always an advocate...speaking up for those with no voice.
Treasurer- Cindy Kearns
Cindy, well...is Cindy. Taking reins of the community budget while working closely with City of Cincinnati Council to secure our NSP funds!