VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

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2022 Board of Trustees 

President: Paul Rudemiller

Vice President: Brennan McNulty

Treasurer: Dave Evans

Secretary: Steven Mingus

Trustee: Phil Murphy 

Trustee: Bill Carlson 

Trustee: Jerry Moore 

 

638 E. Epworth Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45232

513-542-1750

villagedevelopmentcorp1@gmail.com

 

Incorporated in 1981, the Village Development Corporation (VDC) is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization composed of community-focused volunteers residing in Spring Grove Village. The VDC’s mission is to increase home ownership, eliminate blight, and support local business development in an effort to preserve and improve our unique neighborhood.

 

The VDC strongly believes that encouraging home ownership is one of the most effective ways to attract residents who will be engaged in the well-being, growth, and prosperity of their property and community. With this core belief in mind, the VDC has continually made renovation efforts in SGV to transform deteriorating houses into high-quality, affordable homes in order to promote home ownership and encourage the development of SGV’s small business district.

 

ReOrient Program:

In 2015, the VDC focused its attention on one particular street in Spring Grove Village: Orient Avenue. Orient is one of the most visible streets in the neighborhood but had several abandoned and run-down houses that were preventing it from reaching its full potential. To respond to this issue, the VDC initiated the “ReOrient Program” by acquiring several properties needing extensive work and improving the health and appearance of the street one house at a time.

Read all about the ReOrient program here!

 

Thank you to our wonderful donors and volunteers!

Want to get involved? Contact us!

 

Do you shop at Kroger? If so, please select the VDC as your chosen Community Rewards organization!
Login to your account
and search for the Village Development Corporation (you can also use the organization number AH545). You’ll help us raise money by doing what you already do--buying your groceries!