Want a Tree?

The Fall Releaf program, initiated by the Cincinnati Parks Board has started again for the 37th season.  If you are interested in planting a tree for your yard or perhaps want to get together with your neighbors to start a tree program on your block, check out the website, find out if you are eligible, look at the list of trees, fill out the request form, and plant (or have planted) your tree.  It's a great program that can be utilized to make a great impact for yourself and your neighbors.  Click on the Cincinnati Parks Banner below and go to the "Fall Releaf" section of the page.  Or, you may also use the other links to find the ReLeaf Information Flyer, Request Form, and the Tree Selection List for 2015: 

ReLeaf Information Flyer


Request Form


Tree Selection 2015




League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area Annual Issues Forum

Presentation of the pro & con positions on City of Cincinnati, Hamilton County and State of Ohio Issues to be decided by voters on the November Ballot

DATE: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015

TIME: 7:00pm-8:30pm

LOCATION: Downtown Library, Huenefeld Tower Room 

If you have questions about this event, please contact Glenda Bernstein at (cell) 513-405-8776 or email her: ggcb55@hotmail.com

Support Hyde Park - Join Today

The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council needs your support - consider joining today! Your $10 contribution helps us continue to be a voice for the neighborhood, help develop solutions to problems and provide a voice for YOU in city government. Join today at the link below!


For more information about the Hyde Park Neighborhood Council, visit http://hpnc.donordrive.com or like us on Facebook.

Sign up for our E-Newsletter

Stay up to date on Hyde Park news, notices,  events and connect with your neighborhood council with our e-newsletter!

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Hyde Park Neighborhood Council is looking for people to serve on the Board of Trustees. 

If you or someone you know would like to become involved in the community, please submit an application.

Click here for the application form.

Get Your Membership Today

Membership in HPNC is open to anyone who lives, works, or owns a business in Hyde Park. Still only $10 per year, membership includes voting privileges, notices of special meetings, invitations to HPNC events, the HPNC print newsletter, our e-newsletter (to be launched in early fall), the knowledge that you are supporting one of the most effective neighborhood councils in the city. Join Now!

Meeting Time & Place

HPNC meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm usually in the Commons room of Knox Presbyterian Church.  All meetings are open to the public.


Citizen on Patrol Program (COPP)

Please join our neighborhood patrol. Learn more here!

Sergeant Eric E. Franz
Cincinnati Police Department
Police Volunteer Programs Coordinator


We Want to Hear from You

To submit your ideas, feedback or contact a Hyde Park Neighborhood Council representative, click here.

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