Next Community Council Meeting
Oct 21st 2014
No July Or Aug. Meetings
Kennedy Heights Presbyterian Church
6312 Kennedy Ave
Welcome to
Kennedy Heights is one of 52 recognized neighborhoods within the City of Cincinnati. It is located in the northeast corner of Cincinnati, Ohio. Kennedy Heights straddles Montgomery Road between Pleasant Ridge and Silverton. The Kennedy Heights Community Council is the official body designated by the City of Cincinnati to represent and serve the neighborhood's 2,800 households.
View a map of Kennedy Heights
Kennedy Heights Business Directory - Learn more about our neighborhood!
Kennedy Heights Housing Survey

Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey on senior housing. This survey is the first of several ways that your ideas, preferences, and interest will determine how senior housing resources are developed in Kennedy Heights. Mail your completed surveys to: Kennedy Heights Community Council, P.O. Box 36318, Cincinnati, OH 45236. For survey questions, please contact Steve Grieser at

Take the Survey


If you know of any landscapes (including your own) that are doing an outstanding job of contributing to the beauty of Kennedy Heights, nominate them for the 2014 award. Submit your nominations to Annette Delaney at or 513-319-1936 by Thursday, July 31. The landscapes will be judged later this summer and the winners will be announced at the Progressive Dinner on September 27.

Kennedy Heights board member and Communications Committee Chair, Christine Schumacher has been collecting stories from long time neighborhood residents who tell of their experience of living in our wonderful neighborhood. Kennedy Heights Elder Series!
Over the years the Kennedy Heights Community Council has hosted events like litter clean-ups, movies in the park, pool days, a Sap Run, and the Progressive Dinner. We have supported events like the Juneteenth Festival, District A (an Arts Collaborative), and a bi-monthly newsletter that is sent to every home. Last year when the City of Cincinnati cut our Neighborhood Support Program (NSP) budget, we had to scale back significantly on our planned events. The 2014 Board of Trustees made a commitment to do all we can to sustain and grow our community-building activities. We continue to seek out grant opportunities, and thank volunteer fundraisers like Bob Kamp, a resident who continues to amaze with his efforts to collect donations. This year we have a new way to raise money for the support of our neighborhood activities, and that is to offer each of our community stakeholders the opportunity to become a “Friend of Kennedy Heights”. All donations will supplement our budget, and allow us to sponsor even more services to the neighborhood. We encourage you to become a “Friend of Kennedy Heights” for 2014! Your donation is tax-deductible and you have the opportunity to be recognized as a “Friend” in a future newsletter. To make a donation, complete and mail the form in the March/April newsletter or go to the KHCC website, Thank you in advance for your support this year!
Community Calendar
Oct 22 Sr Housing meeting
Sept 27 31st annual KH Progressive Dinner
3rd Tues. KHCC Meets
Thursdays Kennedy Sr's Meet
Fridays Metallic Club Meets
More Calendar Information
Follow Kennedy Heights on Facebook & Twitter!
Keep up with all of the happenings of our neighborhood with your favorite social media
Click to Follow

K.Heights Arts Center News

July 19 – Aug 16, 2014

A diverse exhibition featuring work by the nine selected artists for the inaugural season of C•S•Arts Cincinnati. Participating artists include: David Armacost, Brian Burt, Susan Byrnes, Cole Carothers, Tyler Hamilton, Kristy Kemper, Pam Kravetz, Brett Schieszer, and Kara Sheldon.

Cincinnati's Community Supported Arts is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to connecting new, emerging and established artists with art lovers across the city. As a community we understand (and are proof!) that the arts transform a city.

C•S•Arts Cincinnati started in the fall of 2013 and is modeled after the established community-supported arts program created by Springboard for the Arts in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2009. Community-supported arts programming is rooted in the decades-long tradition of community-supported agriculture programs. Kennedy Heights Arts Center is pleased to serve as fiscal agent and partner for CSArts Cincinnati.

Artists were selected by a panel of distinguished jurists including: Maureen Bloomfield, Editor in Chief, The Artist’s Magazine; Dennis Harrington, Director, Weston Art Gallery; Kim Krause, Associate Dean/Chief Academic Officer, Art Academy of Cincinnati; and Steven Matijcio, Curator, Contemporary Arts Center.

The CSArts Cincinnati exhibition runs through August 16, 2014. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday from 10am to 5pm and Saturday from 11am to 4pm.

6546 Montgomery Road
call 631-4ART (4278)
or visit their Website

Citywide Customer Service Call Center

(513) 591-6000 is an interactive tool that highlights the most commonly requested services and is available at your convenience. Simply choose a category, select a service and fill out the form to send us your request.

The 591-6000 phone number is not going away. You can still call 591-6000 for a menu of the most requested services.

Contact the City of Cincinnati with your concerns

  • Trash Pickup
  • Streets
  • Snow Removal
  • Zoning Issues
  • More
Find out More
Read All About It!
Read the latest KH Newsletter! You'll need a copy of the Adobe Acrobat sReader. You can download a free copy from Adobe.
Download the Sept-Oct Edition!

Revisit Kennedy Heights Past

For you history buffs, here are several documents that reveal Kennedy Heights' long and storied history.
Read More
View stories and documents posted on this website in the past
Receive up to the minute news about the goings-on in our Community, delivered right to your in box.
eNews Archive
Email Marketing by Constant Contact®
Donate to the Community Council!
Help the Kennedy Heights Community Council continue to provide our residents with events, information and all of the important activities that help our neighborhood thrive.

Your donation will 100% stay in Kennedy Heights as an investment in the leadership of your neighborhood.

Thanks for your support!

KHCC: Supporting one of Cincinnati's most live-inable neighborhoods
Copyright © 2014 - Kennedy Heights Community Council

Web Site Designed & Maintained
by the Webmaster