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Madisonville Go Vibrant Walking Routes

MCURC has partnered with go vibrant to create walking routes throughout Madisonville.  Routes are 1, 2, 3 and 5 miles long, and they contain bits of Madisonville’s history, natural beauty and architectural features along the way.  Walk them, run them, bring some friends while you enjoy scenic Madisonville.

Madisonville’s future (Video)

Developers, families are betting on Madisonville’s future (Video) – Click link to Cincinnati Business Courier Website

The Madisonville Pipeline to Children’s Success is a collaborative effort to ensure Madisonville children are prepared for school. This integrated approach is working to increase school readiness rates and increase attendance at our neighborhood school.

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Engage Cincy Challenge Grant

Got a great idea?  The City of Cincinnati is offering grant money to projects that improve engagement and interaction in the City.  Apply for grants up to $10,000. Click here for more information.

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Little Duck Creek Trail Public Meeting

The Little Duck Creek Trail received funding to research engineering options for the trail.  You can weigh in on the trail design and meet the engineers at this public open house.

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Quality of Life Celebration

Four years ago the people of Madisonville got together for dozens of meetings to decide what kind of future we wanted for our community. The result was the Madisonville Quality of Life Plan. We’re gathering […]

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Landbank Lots Available

MCURC, along with the Hamilton County Land Reutilization Corporation, is offering up to three vacant lots for the development of new, owner-occupied homes for sale. Builders should apply to MCURC by November 30, 2016.

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