Mt. Auburn

Annexed in 1849

Get To Know Mt. Auburn

Mt. Auburn is a neighborhood located just one mile north of downtown Cincinnati. Nearly all the major Cincinnati TV stations are located in Mt. Auburn. The neighborhood also has a very large historic district and was the home of President and Supreme Court Chief Justice William Howard Taft. With 4,904 residents, Mt. Auburn is the 21st largest neighborhood in the City.


Nature as Inspiration


Two green circles represent the abundant, lush trees in Mt. Auburn. Their simplified design is taken from the Neighborhood logo.

In the Middle

A clear, white diamond represents Mt. Auburn’s location surrounded by green spaces.

Step on Up


A bright triangle representing the Main Street steps that the neighborhood rests on.


Mt. Auburn’s colors are Purple, Orange & Green

Purple and Orange for the community council.

Green for vibrant natural space.


Mt. Auburn is…

a central Cincinnati neighborhood that is home to only 4,904 residents as well as the home of William Howard Taft.