Village Government

A successful community is merely a reflection of its government and the faces at St. Bernard's City Hall mirror the friendliness, concern and community pride of residents. An elected mayor, council, law director, treasurer and auditor govern the town of over 5,000 residents. There are two active non-partisan political parties, and local election turnout is always high. Because raw land is scarce, the city has developed under-used areas. The former Our Lady of Angels High School property became one of the city's newest housing developments. Officials keep a close eye on industrial residential and commercial development with a plan review that encourages urban renewal, new business, overall growth and maintenance of the entire community. City hall is a two-building complex located in the heart of town. City offices and council chambers are in the main building; the municipal building includes meeting rooms.

Interested in viewing Council meetings? Council Meetings

These meetings can be seen on Time Warner channel 8 and Cincinnati Bell Fioptics channel 838 on Sundays at 9:30 AM, Wednesdays at 10:00 PM and Fridays at 7:00 PM.