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

Great American Cleanup

The MWCC would like to thank Mt. Washington School and everyone who contributed to the success of the 2015 Great American Cleanup on Saturday, May 16th!  Volunteers lined up at Mt. Washington School to gather supplies to help cleanup and beautify our community.... read more

MWCC Meetings

The MWCC membership meetings are on 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 membership... read more

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We just received this update from our CPD neighborhood officer Kevin Butler......

"I have some great news I'd like you to share and pass along to members of the MWCC. On Thursday I made a Felony drug arrest behind 1713 Mears Ave. The arrested was in possession of a gram or so of crack cocaine. Also Thursday night overnight into Friday morning, two arrests were made in connection with the recent AC unit thefts. Both suspects gave a full admission of guilt and were charged with a total of 18 Felony counts."

Kevin Butler
District Two Neighborhood Liaison Officer
979-4481

The MWCC wants to thank all the great men and women with the Cincinnati Police Department...and especially those who serve us through District 2. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!
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City-Wide Textile Recycling Event

The City of Cincinnati - in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul and The Kroger Company - will be holding a textiles recycling drive to collect worn, torn or otherwise damaged clothing or household textiles. The event will be held at 3609 Warsaw Avenue, in East Price Hill from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, June 13th. Residents are encouraged to bring their clean items to this location to be recycled.

The following items are acceptable:
Stuffed toys Pillows
T-shirts Sheets
Towels Denim
Shoes Sweaters
Coats Curtains
Drapes Fabric Strips

"The goal of this event is to divert textile items from the landfill, which contribute 10,000lbs of material to the landfill and cost tax payers $14 million each year", said Sue Magness, Recycling Coordinator for the City of Cincinnati. "This is the first textiles recycling event within the City and we plan to make it a big deal!" said Magness.

The event is a drive-up format. Volunteers will be available to help unload cars and collect items from walk-up residents. Light refreshments will be available to those who make a textile donation.
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