The Heights Community Council
is a community council
based is the area surrounding the University of Cincinnati
. The council is made up by several officers and meetings are held on Stratford Avenue in The Heights Pavilion. The council is tied with the City of Cincinnati
through the Neighborhood Support Program as well as a strong supporter of redevelopment projects in the University area including Stratford Heights.
Meetings are open to all residents at 7:00 p.m. every second Thursday of the month, except July through September.
Why Should I Join?
By joining HCC you secure a voice in the community. Meetings are a place to voice concerns about issues in our neighborhood and by being a member you have the voting rights to make the decisions that affect our community.
Another reason to join Heights Community Council is to become a leader in the community. Many students are solely involved on campus. HCC offers a way to become a leader off campus in a position that is highly visible to residents of Clifton Heights, University Heights, and Fairview (the neighborhoods that surround the University campus). It is part of the Greek tradition to give back to the community and this is an immediate way to promote improvements within your own neighborhood.
•Hear reports from city & UC Police. Get involved in Citizens on Patrol.•Educating about ways to get city services to work for you•Working with advisors & planners to revitalize the entire Uptown area.•Work to... Read More