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The MLCC is an all-volunteer organization that informs, serves, and advocates for the residents and businesses of Mt. Lookout, Cincinnati. Founded in 1906, it is the oldest continually operated civic organization in the State of Ohio. 



Big changes will be coming to Cincinnati. If you live in the area highlighted in light blue or dark blue on this map:

  • Property lots next to yours will be allowed to build up to 4-Family units be it rental or owner occupied structures on currently designated Single Family lots.
  • It could have an institutional or out-of-town landlord.
  • In some cases setback rules (how far a building must sit back from the property line) will be eliminated and/or relaxed.
  • Reduced parking requirements may impact your street and the community as a whole.

Why? Because the City is changing the single family zoning, parking and density requirements in your neighborhood in order to increase density in both residential and commercial areas in our community. These policies are slated to be voted on by June 2024.

Use your voice to give Mayor Pureval and City Representatives your feedback on the policy proposals at the next Connected Communities Engagement Meeting.

When: The next opportunity to give public feedback is on February 28th at 6 pm at Price Hill Recreation Center-  959 Hawthorne Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45205. No pre-registration necessary.

There is also a virtual meeting on March 12th. Register to receive link.

Go to to learn more about these policy proposals and sign up for the next feedback meeting.

Other ways to provide feedback or ask questions:

  • The MLCC tries to disseminate the latest information to you about City initiatives. Go to our Connected Communities webpage for summarized information on the new proposal for Mt. Lookout. Send us your feedback so we can represent our community at

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The Mount Lookout Community Council is responsible for maintaining the Square and working with City Hall. It hosts neighborhood events such as Fall Festival and the annual Luminaria Light Up Night. MLCC exists to help make Mount Lookout a wonderful place to live!

Your financial support and participation helps us maintain the community. AND Supporting Members can vote on Board Officers and the distribution of certain City grants.

Become a supporting member of the MLCC today

City Council Healthy Neighborhoods Committee special meeting in Mt. Lookout

Kilgour School on Wednesday, Feb 21 @ 5:30pm

The Cincinnati City Council’s Healthy Neighborhoods Committee will be hosting a special meeting in Mt. Lookout on Wednesday, Feb 21 from 5:30 – 7pm at Kilgour School, with the intention of hearing the challenges and opportunities in Mt. Lookout.

To bolster City Council's connection to Cincinnati’s 52 neighborhoods, Vice Mayor Kearney and her committee (members Scotty Johnson, Victoria Parks, and Anna Albi) will continue to host some of its meetings across the city.

These meetings offer the opportunity for members of City Council, and the public, to learn more about the highlights and challenges of individual neighborhoods, to speak directly with Vice Mayor Kearney and her Committee about anything and everything Mt. Lookout.

Other City and Mt. Lookout representatives will be on the panel; all members of the public are encouraged to attend and welcome to speak.

The meeting will be held in-person at Kilgour School and also be available for viewing on CitiCable. Like all Cincinnati City Council meetings, attendees will need to fill out a speaker card to be given time to comment or ask questions, each speaker will be limited to 2 minutes.

CitiCable link is:

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Mt. Lookout Community Council

PO Box 8444

Cincinnati, OH 45208

Telephone: (513) 999-2200


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