List of Cincinnati neighborhoods

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Map of Cincinnati neighborhoods

Cincinnati consists of fifty-two neighborhoods.

Many of these neighborhoods were once villages that have been annexed by the City of Cincinnati. The most important of them retain their former names, such as Walnut Hills and Mount Auburn.[1]

List[edit]

Neighborhoods are numbered and categorized by Cincinnati Police districts. Many neighborhoods have smaller communities and/or historic districts primarily within their boundaries, and those are denoted with bullet points.

District One[edit]

  1. Downtown
  2. Mount Adams
  3. Over-the-Rhine
  4. Pendleton
  5. Queensgate
  6. West End

District Two[edit]

  1. Columbia-Tusculum
    • Fulton
  2. East Walnut Hills
  3. Evanston
  4. Hyde Park
  5. Kennedy Heights
  6. Linwood
  7. Madisonville
  8. Mount Lookout
  9. Mount Washington
  10. Oakley
  11. Pleasant Ridge
    • Dallman's Corner

District Three[edit]

  1. East Price Hill
    • Incline District
    • St Lawrence Corners
  2. East Westwood
  3. English Woods
  4. Lower Price Hill
  5. Millvale
    • Moosewood
  6. North Fairmount
    • Knox Hill
  7. Riverside
  8. Sayler Park
  9. Sedamsville
  10. South Cumminsville
  11. South Fairmount
    • Barrsville
  12. The Villages of Roll Hill (formerly Fay Apartments)[2]
  13. West Price Hill
  14. Westwood

District Four[edit]

  1. Avondale
  2. Bond Hill
  3. Carthage
  4. Corryville
    • Short Vine District
    • Vernon Gardens
  5. Hartwell
  6. Mount Auburn (Keys Hill)
  7. North Avondale
  8. Paddock Hills
  9. Roselawn
  10. Walnut Hills

District Five[edit]

  1. Camp Washington
  2. Clifton
    • Gaslight District
    • Ludlow Avenue District
  3. College Hill
    • Hollywood (Teakwood)
  4. CUF
    • Clifton Heights
    • Fairview
    • University Heights
  5. The Heights
    • Rohs Hill
  6. Mount Airy
    • Fox Acres
  7. Northside (formerly Cumminsville)
  8. Spring Grove Village (formerly Winton Place)
  9. Winton Hills
    • Winton Terrace

See also[edit]

Many communities within the Cincinnati – Northern Kentucky metropolitan area are considered by local residents to be neighborhoods of Cincinnati, but do not fall within the actual city limits, Hamilton county boundaries, or even within Ohio state borders.

Ohio[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Indiana[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kenny, Daniel J. (1895). "Illustrated Guide to Cincinnati and the World's Columbian Exposition". R. Clarke. p. 52. Retrieved 2013-05-22. 
  2. ^ http://www.urbancincy.com/2010/10/fay-apartments-to-be-renamed-the-villages-of-roll-hill-undergo-36m-renovation/

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