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Trees and gardens in our community work hard to clean the air and filter stormwater in North Avondale. Paddock Hills and North Avondale tree canopy coverage at 43.7% is the 7th highest in the neighborhoods assessed. With the exception of traffic exposure moderate and diesel particulate in the air high, all other built environment indicators or air, water, and land pollution are deemed either very high or extreme.

According to the Cincinnati Neighborhood Profile from the Climate Equity Indicators Report_2021

Environment and Stability posts

  • The Who and the What: The Garden on Clinton Springs

    The Who and the What: The Garden on Clinton Springs

    Have you wondered about the big garden on Clinton Springs? Learn more about North Avondale’s woman-owned, working urban farm.

  • Recycling / Environment: Dec 2022

    Recycling / Environment: Dec 2022

    Holiday Lights Recycling Holiday Lights Recycling – Great Parks of Hamilton County

  • Environment: October 2022

    Environment: October 2022

    Our popular Household Hazardous Products Drop-off Event is back and bigger than ever. This years event has been expanded to two days: Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 at a new westside location. Learn more by visiting   https://hamiltoncountyr3source.org/297/Household-Hazardous-Products and register today! Fall Leaves Sec. 723-33. – Sweeping onto Sidewalk or Roadway. No person […]