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.

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Looking for Mt. Washington Gardens!

    We are looking for homes to participate in the first annual Mt. Washington Garden Tour. The tentative date(s) are June 18th, from 12 PM to 4 PM, with a rain date of June 19th if necessary. If you are interested in participating, or would like more... read more

MWCC Membership Meeting- June 15th, 6 PM

All are welcome to attend the MWCC membership meetings, held the third Wednesday of each month at 7pm (September – May) and 6pm (June – August) at the Mt. Washington Recreation Center, 1715 Beacon Street. Door prizes are awarded on a regular basis at each... read more

Poetry Reading hosted by the MWCC....

Tuesday, June 14, 6:30 p.m. - ????

Participating poets will be Michael Henson, Mt. Washington Poet Laureate; Pauletta Hansel, Cincinnati Poet Laureate; Yvette Nepper, Erin Richardson.

Water Tower Champagne and Fine Wines
6136 Campus Lane, Mt. Washington

A wine tasting will accompany the poetry event.

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The MWCC monthly Membership Meeting will begin at 7:00pm this evening at the MW Recreation Center on Beacon Street. Agenda items include a review of the Beechmont Avenue Traffic Study MWCC members and City staff have been working on since September. City Engineering staff will be present to answer questions. The following is a short synopsis of the Study:

The Study's core work is complete. The study produced a series of recommendations and has a budget surplus of approximately $21,000. There are three low cost suggestions that can be completed with the remaining funds. They are...

1. Provide pedestrian "zebra striping" at Corbly and Beechmont and Campus and Beechmont.

2. Provide signage directing shoppers to community parking lots.

3. Complete feasibility work on providing a pedestrian crosswalk at Roxbury or Plaza and Beechmont.

Also on the agenda tonight will be a discussion regarding the Ranchvale terminus as it abuts property owned by the Cincinnati Park Board (Stanbery Park). Property owners in the area have been advised that the discussion will take place. Park staff will be present to answer questions.

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The Mt. Washington Community Council has been actively engaged with the Eastern Corridor Project for the past few years. On Thursday, May 5, from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Mt. Washington Recreation Center, the Ohio Department of Transportation will hold a workshop for residents, businesses and commuters to provide feedback on transportation concerns and issues in the general Eastern Corridor Project area. Ohio State Route 125 / Beechmont Avenue will be included in the workshop agenda. Please join your neighbors and take advantage of this opportunity to have your voice heard as regional transportation experts plan for the future. ...

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