Riverside, Cincinnati

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Riverside is a neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Riverside is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. The west side neighborhood is contained in a narrow strip of land along the Ohio River between Sayler Park, Cincinnati and Sedamsville, Cincinnati. It was annexed by the City of Cincinnati in 1893.[1] It is a community that is more industrial than residential. It is home to St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church. Riverside is also home to the Mount St. Joseph University ball fields.


U.S. Route 50 runs directly through all of Riverside. It also has railroad tracks going through and is the main way trains get from the west to Cincinnati. Riverside is also home to the historic Anderson Ferry that was established in 1817. Anderson Ferry is the only ferry in the area and gets people from the westside of Cincinnati to Boone County, Kentucky.


  1. ^ Clarke, S. J. (1912). "Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912, Volume 2". The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company. p. 528. Retrieved 2013-05-20. 

Coordinates: 39°04′48″N 84°35′25″W / 39.08°N 84.5902778°W / 39.08; -84.5902778