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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 Cincinnati’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. Become an EWHA member online! A properly called Special Meeting, or the Annual Meeting in the spring, allows members to vote by proxy. Members who are unable to attend can instead submit the proxy form.
Click here to find a listing of all of the past Meeting Minutes.
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.
For a copy of the East Walnut Hills Assembly Code of Regulations, click here (PDF).
The East Walnut Hills Assembly meets regularly, ten times a year, typically on the 1st Wednesday of the month. Sessions are at 7 PM in the St. Francis DeSales School cafeteria, 1602 Madison Rd. No meetings take place in July and August.