Cincinnati Neighborhoods: Sedamsville

Sedamsville sits along the Ohio River and is one of Cincinnati’s oldest and smallest neighborhoods, having been founded in 1795 and annexed in 1869.  State Route 50/River Road is the main artery through the community, which is situated on a steep hill not far to the west of Downtown. Sedamsville is primarily residential, with pockets of business, manufacturing, and commercial districts.  The community offers a good selection of parks, including Embschoff, Mt. Echo, and Boldface Park.

Neighborhood development is led by the Sedamsville Community Development Corporation, with a mission to further develop the community in the interests of its residents.  The organization works in association with the Sedamsville Civic Association and other local agencies.