Colerain Township and Cincinnati Bell are working together to provide public WiFi in local parks

CINCINNATI– (BUSINESS WIRE) –Colerain Township is pleased to announce a new initiative with Cincinnati Bell Inc. to provide free high-speed public WiFi in four parks within the township:

  • Skyline Park: 8507 Neptune Drive

  • Groesbeck Park: 8296 Clara Avenue

  • Worth Park: 3460 Galbraith Road

  • Clippard Park: 3500 evidence lane

Colerain Township is partnering with Cincinnati Bell’s UniCity Smart City program on the WiFi project, funded by a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Hamilton County is supporting 41 jurisdictions with CDBG funds in a variety of projects that improve the quality of life for all residents, including: park and playground improvements, senior center improvements, ADA accessibility infrastructure, and facade improvement programs among other community-centered projects. The project will help Colerain Township to connect with the residents and visitors of their park system, to engage them and to inform them.

“This project is helping our township to bridge the digital divide by offering our residents free internet access in our beautiful township parks,” said township administrator Geoff Milz. “It also adds a convenience to our parks that has not existed in the past and improves the experience for those who use them. We are grateful for our partnership with Cincinnati Bell and for the financial support from Hamilton County Community Development that made this possible. ”

UniCity works with governments of all sizes to solve problems through smart city solutions and builds on a foundation of connectivity through fiber optic and public high-speed WiFi networks.

For more information on Cincinnati Bell’s UniCity program, please click here.

About Cincinnati Bell Inc.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Bell Inc. (NYSE: CBB) delivers integrated communications solutions, including high-speed Internet, video, voice, and data, to residential and business customers over its fiber and copper networks. Cincinnati Bell provides service in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Hawaii areas. In addition, corporate customers in the USA and Canada rely on CBTS and OnX, wholly owned subsidiaries, for efficient, scalable office communication systems and end-to-end IT solutions. More information is available at The information on the company’s website is not incorporated by reference in this press release.


Josh Pichler

Senior Manager Communications and Media Relations, Cincinnati Bell


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