Cincinnati is made up of 52 distinct neighborhoods at the intersection of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. It has long been a Midwestern industrial powerhouse and its diversified business environment now stretches far past the Central Business District - into areas like Walnut Hills, Uptown and Madisonville.
With affordable housing, friendly neighbors, numerous job opportunities, excellent schools, shopping, safety and plenty of entertainment it’s easy to see why more and more people are calling Cincinnati home.
|Avondale||East Walnut Hills||Mount Adams||Queensgate|
|Bond Hill||East Westwood||Mount Airy||Riverside|
|California||English Woods||Mount Auburn||Roselawn|
|Camp Washington||Evanston||Mount Lookout||Sayler Park|
|Carthage||Fay Apartments||Mount Washington||Sedamsville|
|Clifton||Hartwell||North Avondale||South Cumminsville|
|College Hill||The Heights||North Fairmount||South Fairmount|
|Columbia Tusculum||Hyde Park||Northside||Spring Grove Village|
|Corryville||Kennedy Heights||Oakley||Walnut Hills|
|CUF||Linwood||Over-the Rine||West End|
|Downtown||Lower Price Hill||Paddock Hills||West Prce Hill|
|East Price Hill||Millvale||Pleasant Ridge||Winton Hills|
CENSUS & DEMOGRAPHICS
The Department of City Planning and Buildings Statistical Database contains information on the neighborhoods inside the boundary of the City of Cincinnati. This information is collected from various resources, such as the U.S. Census Bureau, State of Ohio, Hamilton County and various City departments.
The database includes tables charts and maps that illustrate statistically and graphically the character and makeup of the City based on its statistical neighborhood areas.