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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

  • Recycling/Environment: March 2021

    Recycling/Environment: March 2021

    Don’t clean up your yard yet! Let’s talk plastic bag recycling. Many folks know that they can recycle bags at their local grocer (NOT in your green CART), but did you know you can also take your PLASTIC FILM to be recycled? The following items are accepted in plastic bag/film […]

  • Recycling/Environment: December 2020

    4 Ways to Have the Greenest Christmas Tree Megan Malone Nov 27, 2020 https://earth911.com/home-garden/4-ways-to-have-the-greenest-christmas-tree Christmas Tree Recycling Tips You can put the tree out on the street whole; you do not need to cut the tree into segments to meet the usual yard waste limitations You must remove everything from the […]

  • Recycling: October 2020

    Recycling: October 2020

    HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP-OFF 2020 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Drop-Off Program Saturday, October 24 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Norwood (specific location provided after registration) LIMITED TIME SLOTS AVAILABLE Click Here to Register Hamilton County Residents only! – Businesses, Churches, Non-Profits Prohibited No charge  Rain or Shine Place household hazardous […]