The North Avondale Neighborhood Association (NANA) is the neighborhood organization active for 60 years. It is composed of a group of committed citizens dedicated to preserving and improving the quality of life in the neighborhood. It meets regularly the 2nd Tuesday of each month and publishes a monthly newsletter.
Actively preserve and enhance the living experience in our neighborhood.
Cincinnati’s Best Address: Beautiful homes, Great Neighbors and Civic Passion.
Committees (2019 active*):
Adopt a Class
• Adopted kindergarten class at South Avondale (North Avondale’s neighborhood school)
• Care for numerous flower beds and planters in the neighborhood
• Litter control
• Neighborhood Cleanup Days
• Work on environmental and water issues (See MSD information under City Resources from August 2012 meeting)
• Collaborate with neighboring communities to create wild life awareness (coyote issue) and work with the City to understand the applicable laws and monitor any changes.
Health & Wellness
• Plan and implement WeTHRIVE! initiatives for a healthier community
*Law & Safety
• Monitor the Chronic Nuisance Ordinance and problem properties.
*Master Plan Update
*Membership & Social Events
• Promote membership
• Monitor database & website
• Plan social events for the community
*Pedestrian Safety Ad Hoc
• Subcommittee of Law & Safety
• Works on making sure the neighborhood is maintaining the quality expected.
• Sub committees are Streets & Urban Forestry
*Reading Road RFP Ad Hoc
- Working on developing the property on Reading Road between Avondale Ave. and Barry Lane
• Work with students and landlords on safety and quality property issues
• Meet on the first Thursday of each month at the District 4 Police Station
• Guide, research and work on grants and development in North Avondale with an emphasis on the business district and zoning.
To Sign up click on Contact NANA (on the left) and fill out the form or call the NANA Office at 513.401.5356