Mt. Auburn

Welcome to Mt. Auburn!

Mt. Auburn is one of Cincinnati’s oldest and most interesting neighborhoods.

Built on one of the hills of Cincinnati, it features panoramic views, steep hills, and a number of steps that provide pedestrian shortcuts.

Along the quiet and lush residential streets of Mt. Auburn can be found imposing Victorian mansions, modest single-family houses, and moderately sized apartment buildings.
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How Can I Afford A Fixer-Upper?
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Rice Street and the surrounding area

What is the long-tern plan for Rice street and the property surrounding the park?  It is currently abandoned buildings and lots. more
Started: November 15th 2012Replies: 0

Daniels Street playground

Some residents and business operators have complained about adult behavior at the playground located on the corner of Eden Avenue and E. Daniels Street. Fairly large numbers of people, both under and... more
Started: April 7th 2000Replies: 2

Summer Sunday night crowds

What do you think about the sunday night crowds that flood into the neighborhood during the summer to cruise Short Vine Street? The business association is asking the police to remove the barricades... more
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