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

The Mt. Washington Run with the Knights 5K

The Mt. Washington Run with the Knights 5K Saturday, September 19 9:00 am Start and finish at Mt. Washington School For race information, call 513-852-1895 Visit  Email Ilene Hayes at Or visit the Facebook page at... read more

The MWCC Annual Membership Meeting will take place next Wednesday, January 20 at 7:00pm at the Mt. Washington Recreation Center on Beacon Street. The agenda will include the election to fill three Directors' seats on the Board, as well as the Treasurer's year-end financial report.

Board members who are stepping down, after many years of dedicated service, are Beckie Kaminski, Kirk Kavanaugh and Danielle Necessary. There are four nominees for the three open seats on the Board...Kristen Bailey, Alex Linser, Marc Raab and Zak Slemmer.

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Save the date! The 2016 Cincinnati Neighborhood Summit will be held on Saturday, March 12 at Xavier University's Cintas Center. The Kick-off Dinner will be the evening before, Friday, March 11. More details will follow as they become available. ...

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Over the past couple of weeks, you may have seen the art installation, a project of the MWCC's Cultural Arts Committee, on the cemetery fence. The installation was designed and executed by a UC DAAP student and was timed to coincide with the Winter Solstice. The theme is "Winter Scene". The project has received praise from residents and passers-by, as well as kudos from Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, which recognizes its potential for spurring similar collaborative ventures in other neighborhoods. Many thanks to Jo Ann Kavanaugh, Chair of the Cultural Arts Committee, for overseeing the project. ...

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