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.

Monica Hardman
Housing Division Supervisor