Welcome to the Mt. Washington Community Council (MWCC)

The MWCC was formed in 1925, with a mission to educate all residents of the actions of the City of Cincinnati that impact MW, inform the City’s governing agencies of the views and opinions of the residents, and to empower our residents to enhance the quality of life in Mt. Washington.

The Mt. Washington Community Council is the neighborhood’s representative voice at Cincinnati City Hall. Residents, property owners and business owners can turn to the MWCC for advice and support in dealing with zoning, land use, traffic, safety, beautification, crime prevention, recreation and many other issues affecting our community.

News & Announcements

A Message From The New MWCC President

Mt. Washington Community Council President Sue Doucleff has decided to step down from her position.  All of us in Mt. Washington owe Sue a great deal of gratitude for the countless hours she has spent working tirelessly for our community.  We wish Sue all the best and...

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It is CBR time, Mt Washington!

Every year, the City’s Community Budget Request program encourages community councils to submit up to three capital improvement project requests for consideration in the following year’s City budget. Though typically not funded out of the CBR process, these requests...

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The newest member to our Board of Directors was approved at our public meeting on Wednesday.

Wade Johnston and his wife and son are proud to be new homeowners in Mt. Washington. An alumni of McNicholas High School, Wade earned his Bachelor of Urban Planning from the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning with a focus on multi-modal transportation, Geographic Information Science, and public relations.

Wade is excited to serve on the MWCC to help improve connectivity for pedestrians and bicyclists, increase programming and utilization of Stanbery Park, and encourage new development in the business district.

Welcome to the MWCC Board, Wade!

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The Mt. Washington Community Council would like to thank all of our special guests for attending tonight's public meeting, including:

- City Councilwoman Amy Murray
- State Representative Tom Brinkman
- City Employee Lori Geraci
- and Court of Clerks candidate Aftab Pureval

We certainly appreciate the attention being paid to our neighborhood, and all the great info presented by our special guests.

Our next public meeting is October 19th.

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Everyone is welcome to attend the MWCC meeting this Wednesday at the Rec Center.

This month we will have several special guests in attendance:

- City Councilwoman Amy Murray will provide us with an update from her office and field questions from the audience.

- State Representative Tom Brinkman will discuss the states ODNR Capital Improvement Program, and how this may benefit Stanbery Park.

- And Lori Geraci, city employee who administers the Sidewalk Safety Program, will address any concerns and field questions around the sidewalk replacement program that was conducted this summer in Mt. Washington.

Additionally, MWCC President Alex Linser will discuss our proposed NSP (Neighborhood Support Program) spending for the 2016-2017 year. The city is generously providing $6800 again this year to each community council, to be spent in a variety of ways that benefit our neighborhood. Come see what we have in mind.

Have a suggestion for a special guest you would like to hear from in a future meeting? Email

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