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The official website for the neighborhood of Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati, Ohio
Elections for board trustees will occur Monday, October 21. TO RUN FOR TRUSTEE: To become a candidate for position of trustee, an “Intent to Runt” form must be submitted to the election chair Annula Linders (email@example.com) no later than Monday, September 16 at the Community Council meeting. (form can be downloaded below; paper forms will be available at the meeting Monday). All candidate will be asked to introduce themselves during.. Read More
Mt. Auburn submitted input to the Department of Transportation and Engineering (DOTE) regarding priority locations for pedestrian safety improvements. Based on neighborhood feedback, 70 projects across Cincinnati have been awarded — including 6 in Mt Auburn. These are the Mt. Auburn projects listed in the city’s summary:
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is encouraging those involved in gardening to add pollinator-friendly plants to your yard or landscape. This is help bring butterflies and other pollinators to your yard! Birds, bees, butterflies, and other that pollinating plants help cultivate plants that provide the foods we need. By maintaining our pollinator habitats, we help preserve our natural landscapes and food sources. The City of Cincinnati is supporting and.. Read More
In 2018, the city of Cincinnati dedicated $500,000 for improvements to Inwood Park in Mt. Auburn. Repairs and Improvements are already underway. Overgrown brush has been cleared, and large portions of walkway have been repaved. This is an addition to the new grilling pavilion & shelter area built in 2018 as part of the Neighborhood Enhancement Program. Learn more at the Mt. Auburn Community Council meeting on March 18th, 7pm… Read More
Hello! This is friendly reminder that Mt. Auburn Community Council memberships are annual. Your 2018 membership expires December 31st. We are now accepting dues for 2019. You can print form below, and bring to the next meeting; or you can mail to the address listed on the application. MACC Member Form 2018
Below is a list of the many parks and playgrounds in Mt. Auburn. Visit them all! Cincinnati Parks: Hopkins Park Jackson Hill Park Inwood Park CRC (Cincinnati Rec): Boal/Milton Play Area Playground Broadway Steps Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Carmalt Playground 530 Carmalt St Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 Filson OUTDOOR Pool Filson Playground Filson Softball / Baseball Field 461 Ringgold Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45210 Hollister Basketball Court Hollister Tennis Court.. Read More