Mission & Vision

The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council is committed to maintaining Hyde Park as a desirable neighborhood, educating and informing citizens, and providing an opportunity for participation in community affairs.

Monthly Meetings


HPNC meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.


The meeting location may change from month to month so please check the Neighborhood Updates section for the latest information. We'd love to see you there!


We are always looking for passionate people from our community to get involved

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We Want to Hear from You

To submit your ideas, feedback or contact a Hyde Park Neighborhood Council representative, click here.

Hyde Park Perks

Hyde Park Neighborhood Council has partnered with local businesses in Hyde Park to bring HPNC members special perks. If you're a member of HPNC, your $20 yearly donation gets you access to Hyde Park Perks. Learn more here.

HPNC Applications for Board of Trustees

If you would like to actively serve your community, consider applying to the HPNC Board of Trustees.

Applicants must either live, own property,  or own/operate a business in Hyde Park. A board term is 3 years.

To apply, complete the Candidate Fact Sheet and email it to the address on the form, or print it out and mail it to:
PO Box 8064
Cincinnati, OH 45208

Click to download the candidate sheet.

Small Businesses in Hyde Park

Discover Hyde Park's unique small businesses. Eat, drink, play, and shop. Find more details here.


Nominations for Hyde Park Person of the Year - 2023

The community of Hyde Park is fortunate to be home to many talented, caring,and charitable individuals. Some have touched people with acts of kindness oradded to the quality of life in our community. Others have shown remarkablededication to neighborhood issues or made other significant contributions thathave made a difference. Each year at its Annual Meeting, the Hyde ParkNeighborhood Council (HPNC) honors an exemplary adult resident of Hyde Park —one of those remarkable people we are proud to call neighbor. HPNC invites allHyde Park residents to nominate a Hyde Park adult who is worthy of this honor.

Do you know a special HydePark resident who has touched people with acts of kindness or addedsignificantly to the quality of life in our community? Someone who has shownremarkable dedication to neighborhood issues or made other major contributionsthat have made a difference? If so, please consider nominating them for thiswonderful award.

You can find the Nomination Form here. Once completed, please return it to HPNCpres@gmail.com by 5:00 PM on April 19th,2023.

Nomination Form

Coffee with the Chief

Two of HPNC's very own, Brianna Frappier-Schirmang and Val Woodham, joined Cincinnati Police Chief Teresa Theetge for Coffee with the Chief earlier this week.

Check out this great write up on The Echo!

No one wants to wait in a long line to dine, but lines are a good indicator of a restaurant’s popularity. Whether the popularity is well-earned, of course, is another story. At The Echo Restaurant in Ohio, however, the line — and acclaim — is merited. This tiny restaurant in Ohio pretty much always has a line out the door, and once you’ve tried the food, you’ll understand why… and happily join the crowds waiting for a table...

Click here to read the full article: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/line-out-the-door-restaurant-oh/

Link to article

In-person meeting: Tuesday, January 10th @ 7:00

Please join us on Tuesday, January 10th, at 7 pm.

The meeting will be held in The Little Theatre, at Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church, at 1345 Grace Ave.

The meeting packet is posted to the "Meetings & Minutes" section of the HPNC website.

In-person Meeting: Tuesday, December 13th at 7 pm

Please join us on Tuesday, December 13th, at 7 pm.

The meeting will be held in The Little Theatre, at Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church, at 1345 Grace Ave.

The meeting packet is posted to the "Meetings & Minutes" section of the HPNC website.

Join neighbors for a walking audit on Linwood Ave!

Would you like to get to know your neighbors and document safety concerns on Linwood Ave? Are you curious about how to get involved with local government? Do you want to learn more about safe street design?

Join your neighbors as we conduct a walking audit of a portion of Linwood Avenue that has proven itself to be unsafe. The audit consists of a group walk and documenting our observations based on a list of prompts.

When: Tuesday, October 18th at 6pm

Where: Meet at Linwood Ave and Halpin Ave

Contact person:

Anthony Isaacs



Hyde Park Community Council

Community Engagement Committee