Welcome to Camp Washington
Cincinnati's Urban Renaissance
Camp Washington is in a transition period. Originally populated by folks seeking local heavy industrial, meat-packing jobs around 1845, the Camp is seen many of those industries leave or discontinue. People who are considering The Camp home see amenities such as easy transportation access, good housing stock, safe streets, and a burgeoning arts scene.
With the exciting residential re-development efforts led by the Camp Washington Community Board, and, the strong business climate, led by the Camp Washington Business Association, The Camp is experiencing a renaissance. The new, young families that are investing in Camp share such values as homeownership; civic pride and community participation; law-abiding citizens working together for safe and clean streets; and, increasing property values.
The Camp Washington Community Board, Inc. is a development corporation founded in 1975 that specializes in […]
The mission of the Camp Washington Urban Farm (CWUF) is to increase access to locally produced […]
The Camp Washington Business Association was re-started in March 2006 (from the original Camp Washington Business […]
Chartered February 1988. We hold G.E.D. and tutoring classes two nights a week. Our instructor is […]
The Camp Washington Community Council was chartered in September 1981. The council is the officially-recognized civic […]
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Camp Washington: Unveiled the new street sign. Lots of m...
Very big deal for Camp Washington! First, our big eye sore at I-74 ...
Since 1975, the Camp Washington Community Board has garnered much support. A big thank you to our major sponsors for supporting our mission:
• BB&T Bank
• Camp Washington Business Association
• Camp Washington Community Council
• Camp Washington Community School
• Camp Washington Urban Farm
• CDC Association of Greater Cincinnati
• Cincinnati Development Fund
• City of Cincinnati CDC Operating Support
• City of Cincinnati General Fund Service Provider
• Cincinnati Neighborhood Business District United
• Josephine Schell Russell Charitable Trust, PNC Bank, Trustee
• R.J and Marianna Kuhn
• Mad Max Bingo
• Neighborhood Support Program
• PNC Foundation
• Seton Enablement Fund
• Victory Community Bank
• Washington United Church of Christ