Come to the Kickoff for PLAN Hyde Park

June 27, 6 - 8 pm

Clark Montessori School - 3030 Erie Avenue


Did you know the last time Hyde Park completed a full Neighborhood Plan was in 1983? It’s time for a new Plan - Plan Hyde Park!

Whether you live in Hyde Park, own a business or property, work in Hyde Park or just love this community and want a voice in shaping its future, you are invited to the first public meeting for PLAN Hyde Park.

The development plan created by the community and adopted by the City of Cincinnati in 1983 needs revision to ensure a vibrant future for Hyde Park. This kickoff meeting will have a brief presentation from City Planning staff and then lots of time for interactive visioning and discussion groups in which you can share your thoughts and dreams with your neighbors, community leaders, and City staff.

This meeting will be interactive and fun! There will be a brief presentation, followed by an interactive visioning exercise. You will be able to discuss your thoughts with your small group, City staff and Neighborhood leaders.

Please let us know your thoughts about your community ahead of time by taking our survey about Hyde Park!

Please visit the Plan Hyde Park Website to let us know if you can attend


This plan will define the next 30 years of development in Hyde Park —don’t miss the chance to be part of it.  



HPNC Accepting Applications for Member of the Board of Trustees

If you would like to actively serve your community, consider joining the HPNC Board of Trustees.  There will be at least one open seat when currrent terms expire in May. 

Applicants must either live, own property,  or own/operate a business in Hyde Park.  A board term is 3 years.

To apply, complete the Candidate Fact Sheet  and email it to the address on the form, or print it out and mail it to HPNC, PO Box 8064, Cincinnati OH 45208.


Traffic Alert
Marburg Avenue Bridge Closing For Six Months Beginning March 20, 2017

Click for Marburg Bridge Detour  map.

CINCINNATI – The Marburg Avenue bridge at Wasson Road will be closed for approximately six months beginning at 9:00 a.m. Monday, March 20. The closure is needed so construction crews may remove the existing bridge and build a new one in its place.  The 86-year-old bridge, which spans a ravine over former Norfolk & Southern railroad lines, connects densely populated residential and commercial areas in Hyde Park and Oakley. 
”We recognize how inconvenient the closure will be to residents and commuters in this busy area,” said Michael Moore, director, Department of Transportation & Engineering. “We plan to carefully monitor traffic patterns during the closure and will make adjustments to signal timing and implement other measures to keep traffic moving as safely and efficiently as possible.”  
Utility relocations continue until March 17. Bridge-related preparation work starts the week of March 13, with crews clearing access to the site via Wasson Road. Also beginning the same week, traffic on Wasson Road will be shifted to the north and reduced to one lane in each direction between Eastern Hills Lane and the intersection at Marburg Avenue. The lane restrictions are needed to accommodate crews and equipment until all work is finished next fall. 

During the closure, motorists who wish to travel north on Marburg will be detoured west at Erie Avenue, north on Paxton, east on Wasson and north again on Marburg. Motorists heading south on Marburg will have the option to use Paxton or Wasson.  

A three-way stop will be in place at the Wasson-Marburg intersection, allowing motorists to proceed north, east and west.  The stretch of Marburg from Erie Avenue north to the bridge will be restricted to local and emergency traffic only during the closure.  

Pedestrians will not be allowed to cross the bridge during the closure.  

In addition, Victoria and Portsmouth avenues will be closed to through traffic to reduce potential congestion on those residential streets. Local and emergency traffic will be allowed. 

Detour signs will be posted on site at the bridge closure and at nearby key intersections to help direct motorists. In addition, signs directing motorists to Interstate 71 via Ridge Road and via Red Bank Road will be posted.  

The current Marburg bridge is classified  as “structurally deficient” and is in “poor” condition with a rating of 4 on a scale of 0 to 9, according to National Bridge Inspection Standards. 

All work for the new bridge is expected to finish by Oct. 31. The bridge will be a concrete structure with an improved grade, 8-foot wide sidewalks on both sides of it, as well as decorative railings and graphics related to the local area.

The cost to replace and construct the bridge is $2.1 million. It is being paid for with state and federal grants. 
Information Updates  Construction schedules can change due to weather or unforeseen field conditions.

MEDIA CONTACT: Ursula Thomas Miller,, or 513.352.3417  For the latest information on construction affecting Downtown streets and sidewalks, check RoadmapCincy:  







Monthly 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!

Officer Princes Davis
Cincinnati Police Department
Police Volunteer Programs Coordinator

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