The Camp Washington Community Council meets every second Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at Washington United Church of Christ at 2950 Sidney Avenue. Come and find out what’s happening in the neighborhood. Crime and fire reports are provided. We offer a structured, open forum for residents, businesses, guests, candidates. Meetings usually last about an hour.
We are seeking two new board members to fill recent vacancies. If you are a resident and a paid member of the CWCC, you can join our board. The board meets a week before the regular meeting to discuss issues, and to develop the agenda for the next regular meeting.
The Community Council works hand-in-hand with the Community Board, Business Association, Community School and the Urban Farm. We help present a united voice in dealings with the local governments and other neighborhood-based organizations city-wide. We do our part to make this little part of the world a better place to live, to work and to play.
Regular council meetings at 7 p.m. at Washington United Church of Christ, 2950 Sidney Avenue
2016 Meeting Schedule
- January 11
- February 8
- March 14
- April 11
- May 9
- June 13
- July 11
- August 8
- September 12
- October 10
- November 14
- December 12 Holiday Party
Officers & Trustees
Kevin Rudemiller President
Bill Clark Vice President
Joyce Smith Treasurer & NSP Manager
Ashleigh Ferguson Schieszer Trustee
Mimi Rook Garden Club
(We have two vacancies to fill)
Contact Community Organizer Joe Gorman at 513.542.1637 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Washington Community Garden
The Garden Club volunteers proud of their work this summer.
The Camp Washington GATEWAY
The Garden Club, led by Mimi Rook, revamped the landscape area at the Gateway at Hopple & Garrard. Boulders from the former Kahn’s site donated by Matt Lafkas really enhance the plantings. Meyer Tool has paved the parking lot behind the Gateway sculpture, and, installed a beautiful metal fence. Plantings around the fence will finish the project. Gateway installed by United-Maier Signs through a grant form the City.