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Your support helps fund traffic safety, beautification plans, neighborhood business vitality, parking and zoning issues, and crime monitoring. We’re fortunate to live in one of the city’s best neighborhoods. Keeping it that way takes time, talent, and funding, so we hope you’ll join us in keeping it a great place to live and work. Please choose a membership level that you’re comfortable with, starting as low as $20. Click her for the Membership Form.
The East Walnut Hills Assembly is one of 52 Community Councils representing and serving neighborhoods distributed throughout the City of Cincinnati. The EWHA serves as a conduit for business and communication between the Cincinnati City Government and the neighborhood of East Walnut Hills, and provides a forum for recreational, educational, business and other activities of a community nature. From here you can learn more about the Board, learn how to become a member, read past meeting minutes, or learn more about the Business Group. There are also plenty of ways to get involved as a volunteer, or check out the Events Calendar for the next public meeting.
For a copy of the East Walnut Hills Assembly Code of Regulations, click here (PDF).
East Walnut Hills Assembly
meets regularly, ten times a year, on the 1st Wednesday of the month. Sessions are at 7 PM in the St. Francis de Sales Grade School Cafeteria, 1602 Madison Road . No meetings take place in July and August.
East Walnut Hills Business Group
BA meets monthly.
Meets monthly at MRC 3032 Woodburn Ave