Happening: Concerts

RIVERBEND

Five Finger Death Punch
September 28
Multi-platinum hard rock powerhouse Five Finger Death Punch released “AfterLife,” the title track from their highly anticipated forthcoming new studio album. The band’s longtime collaborator Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Skillet) helmed the producer duties of the ninth and arguably most diverse record of the band.

Dustin Lynch: Party Mode Tour
October 1
Dustin Lynch is kicking his “Party Mode” into yet another gear. With his feel-good outrunning heartbreak single of the same name supercharging Country radio’s Top 25 and climbing, the Tullahoma, TN, native is setting his sights on the heart of the country – and bringing a sense of live-in-the-moment to people ready to let go and have a good time.

The Chicks Tour
October 2
The trio — known for hits including “Wide Open Spaces,” “Landslide,” “Travelin’ Soldier,” and “Not Ready to Make Nice” — have sold over 30.5 million albums and are the only female group to earn multiple RIAA diamond awards. The trek marks the trio’s first tour since the release of their 2020 album Gaslighter.

 


TAFT THEATRE

Disney Junior Live on Tour: Costume Palooza
September 29
This show brings beloved Disney Junior characters and favorite Marvel Super Heroes together live on stage for a jam-packed, concert-style show with singing, dancing, acrobatics, and more.

The Music of Queen
October 1
The conductor takes the podium to present Windborne’s The Music Of Queen, a program scored to extend the listening experience of Queen’s exceptional tunes. Performed by an orchestra and amplified with a full rock band and vocals, this show captures Queen’s distinct sound while presenting some familiar and lots of new musical colors.

Happening: Visual Arts

CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM

Unlocking an Art Deco Bedroom by Joseph Urban
Now – Oct 2
Over 90 years after its completion, the Wormser bedroom will go on public view for the first time, fully conserved and installed to reflect its original state as photographed in 1930.


CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER 

On the Line: Documents of Risk and Faith
Now – January 2023
A group exhibition of artists whose work engages the complex and contested relationship humans have with notions of environment, wilderness, nature, and place. Drawing metaphorically from the phrase “on the line”—what is at risk; what is at stake; the body caught and captured; following the path of a line—the exhibition repositions various artistic interventions, with a focus on ephemeral acts to suggest an expanded conception of photographic time and the document.

Kahlil Robert Irving: Ground Water from screen Falls Street
Now – December 30, 2025
For the lobby carpet installation, Kahlil Robert Irving integrates imagery of asphalt with pop culture references, news headlines, and digital ephemera.


TAFT MUSEUM OF ART

Craft and Camera: The Art of Nancy Ford Cones
October 1 – January 15, 2023
On a small riverside farm in Loveland, Ohio, Nancy Ford Cones created photographs that earned her a national reputation during a time when female artists continued to struggle for recognition. Despite the praise they received during her lifetime, Cones’s imaginative and exquisitely crafted works were largely forgotten after her death. This exhibition resurrects the gifted artist’s career and contributions to the field of photography.

 

Happening: Theater

ARONOFF CENTER

Hamilton
September 6 – October 2
HAMILTON is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theatre—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education.

Murder on the Orient Express
September 25 – October 23
Whodunit? Detective Hercule Poirot is determined to find out in Agatha Christie’s thrilling murder mystery.

MasterChef Junior
October 5
This all-new, high-energy, interactive stage production brings the culinary hit TV show MasterChef Junior directly to fans and foodies alike… LIVE on stage!

An Evening with Andy Grammer
October 7
Join multi-platinum artist Andy Grammer for a special performance to benefit Cincinnati Children’s. Known for his observations and affirmations, Grammer will engage, energize, and empower you with his pop anthems, including the quadruple-platinum “Honey, I’m Good” and platinum singles “Keep Your Head Up,” “Fine By Me,” “Don’t Give Up on Me,” and “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah).”


ENSEMBLE THEATRE CINCINNATI

Sweat
Now – October 9
This powerful drama takes us to the forgotten heart of America, where old friends come together at their favorite bar as they struggle to survive a fraying economy.


MUSIC HALL

Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony
September 24 & 25
Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony is a transformative experience of liberating power, flowing from despair to reassurance. The May Festival Chorus, approaching its 150th anniversary, plus Grammy®-winning mezzo-soprano Kelly O’Connor and the “pure, refined tone” (The New York Times) of soprano Joélle Harvey join Louis Langrée and the CSO for an epic 22/23 Season opener.

Tchaikovsky & Rouse: Final Symphonies
September 30, October 2
Louis Langrée leads powerful farewells by two great symphonists. “I have put my whole soul into this,” Tchaikovsky said of his Sixth, a work full of drama and beauty. Christopher Rouse’s Sixth, which he knew would be his last, was commissioned by the CSO and posthumously premiered in 2019.

Ghost Tours of Music Hall
October 7 & 30,  November 17
Friends of Music Hall presents a spooky look at Music Hall, one of Cincinnati’s most iconic buildings and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975. It’s also well known to paranormal enthusiasts as one of the nation’s most active sites, with occurrences reported from the early 1800s.

CSO Proof: Sun Dogs
October 14 – 16
Inspired composer and filmmaker pairs create short-format films with new music performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra with conductor and CSO Creative Partner, Matthias Pintscher. Produced in collaboration with Liquid Music as part of the 2022 FotoFocus Biennial: World Record, Sun Dogs seeks to understand the natural world that can’t be touched or measured.

The Real Estate Market Report: August 2022 Results

Neighborhoods with the best percentage of sales to active listings (only neighborhoods with at least 20 combined actives and solds are included):

1. Sharonville //  19 sold with 2 active //  950%
or a ratio of 9.5 solds to each active listing

2.  Western Hills //  35 sold with 7 active //  500%
or a ratio of 5 solds to each active listing

3. Mason //  63 sold with 14 active // 450%
or a ratio of 4.5 solds to each active listing

Compiled using information from the Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the period 8/1/2022 through 8/31/2022. Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed and subject to change.

Suburb# Sold# ActiveAvg $ ListAvg $ SaleDays on Mkt.
Amberly Village53$632,113$601,00018
Anderson6029$481,843$429,82923
Avondale1313$314,536$349,23147
Bellevue239$598,866$290,53410
Blue Ash2117$543,613$442,083156
Clifton124$290,731$232,28339
Columbia Tusculum87$433,414$357,695181
Covington4334$563,526$195,14810
Crestview Hills52$965,000$328,80010
Dayton, KY83$865,800$222,37515
Deer Park61$189,257$199,43313
Deerfield Twp4324$580,001$393,06933
Dntn/OTR1938$381,451$400,51682
East End523$947,502$931,675311
Edgewood138$547,337$367,92310
Fort Mitchell73$731,300$391,07112
Fort Thomas2516$752,300$276,07612
Fort Wright82$392,450$298,3759
Glendale61$511,571$527,83339
Hamilton - East2210$119,156$110,04540
Hamilton - West5627$240,931$218,30625
Hamilton Twp.5222$456,103$369,30925
Hyde Park2317$763,075$824,73532
Indian Hill1411$2,044,592$1,529,69466
Kennedy Heights76$335,962$263,46452
Kenwood41$465,460$425,50038
Lakeside Park82$912,449$255,7688
Lebanon3811$301,505$276,62018
Liberty Township5154$457,082$415,40570
Linwood22$398,475$252,75026
Loveland188$538,054$339,79434
Madeira1814$655,796$615,12268
Madison Place73$485,560$226,70022
Madisonville1318$284,071$263,53853
Maineville03$350,900N/A24
Mariemont73$650,850$678,28622
Mason6314$509,094$491,66728
Miami Township5317$449,447$421,67250
Middletown NO2815$211,723$210,43628
Middletown SO2923$166,253$165,81438
Milford26$487,463$290,50093
Montgomery2022$770,605$531,461131
Mt. Adams38$1,084,718$393,667105
Mt. Auburn814$562,532$356,988137
Mt. Lookout710$894,799$632,50049
Mt. Washington143$244,500$259,7438
Newport1839$546,735$186,46128
Newtown31$367,950$192,3339
Northside1114$233,130$249,99141
Norwood2825$240,267$246,31832
Oakley2119$511,625$370,51999
Park Hills51$589,000$408,0008
Pierce Township2431$368,532$271,86067
Pleasant Ridge144$284,739$316,71413
Sharonville192$265,629$281,0506
Silverton31$293,500$303,66715
South Lebanon99$480,856$449,10876
Sycamore Twshp.218$417,103$393,95221
Symmes Twshp.1711$403,423$517,27127
Terrace Park41$652,980$590,00021
Villa Hills1017$741,660$534,57316
Walnut Hills816$386,133$353,23885
West Chester10036$426,295$366,85122
Western Hills357$236,802$220,80316
Wyoming1813$559,384$561,065335

The Real Estate Market Report: July 2022 Results

Neighborhoods with the best percentage of sales to active listings (only neighborhoods with at least 20 combined actives and solds are included):

1. Mt. Washington //  19 sold with 4 active //  475%
or a ratio of 4.75 solds to each active listing

2.  Mason //  65 sold with 15 active // 433%
or a ratio of 4.33 solds to each active listing

3. Western Hills //  29 sold with 10 active // 290%
or a ratio of 2.9 solds to each active listing

Compiled using information from the Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the period 7/1/2022 through 7/31/2022. Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed and subject to change.

Suburb# Sold# ActiveAvg $ ListAvg $ SaleDays on Mkt.  
Amberly Village22$685,225$532,45015
Anderson6025$472,226$407,29324
Avondale315$191,133$259,16747
Bellevue69$589,544$241,0838
Blue Ash2516$549,601$504,031123
Clifton128$406,455$404,37526
Columbia Tusculum1711$565,525$606,012110
Covington4440$506,949$207,89812
Crestview Hills03$399,966$01
Dayton, KY410$315,070$163,72513
Deer Park94$221,744$230,65612
Deerfield Twp2923$647,832$474,12732
Dntn/OTR2039$368,758$378,51067
East End423$937,766$472,563305
Edgewood119$569,777$328,5598
Fort Mitchell103$724,333$534,5507
Fort Thomas2822$634,409$418,52314
Fort Wright114$372,423$296,5454
Glendale32$372,900$180,13344
Hamilton - East158$115,722$116,97337
Hamilton - West5827$237,105$201,00216
Hamilton Twp.6227$454,332$391,29221
Hyde Park3117$650,333$625,47726
Indian Hill611$2,344,518$1,916,667105
Kennedy Heights65$379,309$299,50042
Kenwood61$510,857$490,16719
Lakeside Park43$709,933$249,0007
Lebanon2415$345,710$299,44323
Liberty Township4761$503,115$458,47467
Linwood14$415,580$200,00030
Loveland1612$537,764$281,70637
Madeira1514$589,310$474,70072
Madison Place42$694,633$357,7509
Madisonville1115$298,909$308,66464
Maineville30$321,633$338,3331
Mariemont71$584,400$614,92912
Mason6515$487,321$474,64018
Miami Township5225$428,266$414,17340
Middletown NO2719$216,391$173,12130
Middletown SO3332$164,797$146,32129
Milford107$387,365$313,20037
Montgomery1823$844,259$662,621139
Mt. Adams89$986,782$610,62565
Mt. Auburn514$661,889$426,000138
Mt. Lookout1412$800,138$649,03645
Mt. Washington194$235,196$225,3067
Newport2545$598,855$261,63613
Newtown91$370,370$393,8225
Northside1316$237,778$211,60829
Norwood3526$218,177$223,78127
Oakley2018$470,563$350,95098
Park Hills73$498,000$311,45316
Pierce Township2734$367,084$282,28251
Pleasant Ridge125$313,453$363,70813
Sharonville190$249,789$260,8682
Silverton72$280,633$282,70012
South Lebanon146$513,858$498,14742
Sycamore Twshp.156$380,676$352,8339
Symmes Twshp.188$667,408$572,90318
Terrace Park31$652,750$614,0007
Villa Hills1018$775,462$508,2141
Walnut Hills1613$385,483$294,02555
West Chester8340$420,357$363,31315
Western Hills2910$271,885$246,60313
Wyoming1114$553,908$453,818380

Happenings: Theater

ARONOFF CENTER

A Little Acapella Music Featuring The Southern Gateway Chorus
September 2 – 10
This cabaret is an evening of favorite songs performed by the award winning Southern Gateway Chorus.

Hamilton
September 6 – October 2
HAMILTON is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theatre—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education.

 

Happenings: Concerts

THE ANDREW BRADY MUSIC CENTER

LAUV: The All 4 Nothing Tour
August 21
For as much as he’s known for intriguing and inventive soundscapes, multi-Platinum chart-topping singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Lauv asserts himself as a storyteller, first and foremost. His stories continue to enchant audiences everywhere by converting the magic around him into generational anthems.

Oliver Tree Presents Cowboy Tears – One Last Ride
August 24
With more than 2.9B global streams to date, 900M+YouTube views, 2M+ TikTok followers, and an overall social reach of 20M+, Oliver Tree is an internet-based vocalist, producer, writer, director and performance artist whose work explores the sonic intersection where pop and alternative meet and where art and entertainment visually collide.

Punch Brothers
August 25
This Grammy-winning bluegrass band of virtuosi had spent more than a decade changing the face of acoustic music, stretching the limitations of instruments, and influencing a generation of young musicians—but life has a way of keeping a band from getting in the same room

Interpol + Spoon: Lights, Camera, Factions Tour
September 1
The album breaks fresh ground for the group: parallel to exploring the sinister undercurrents of contemporary life, Interpol’s new songs are imbued with pastoral longing and newfound grace.


RIVERBEND

Pitbull: Can’t Stop Us Now
August 23
Pitbull invites disruption on a global scale as a GRAMMY®-winning independent international superstar, education advocate, business entrepreneur and motivational speaker.

Sammy Hagar & The Circle: Crazy Times Tour
August 24
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Sammy Hagar announced the first dates of his “Crazy Times” North American summer amphitheater tour. Hagar will be joined by his best-selling rock supergroup The Circle, featuring fellow Van Halen alum and Rock Hall of Fame inductee, Michael Anthony; Grammy-award winning drummer, Jason Bonham; and Vic Johnson, Hagar’s longtime guitar virtuoso.

Jason Aldean: Rock ‘N Roll Cowboy Tour
August 25
This year’s CRS Humanitarian Award recipient built the ROCK N’ ROLL COWBOY TOUR namesake from his recently released heavy-hearted dispatch track “Rock And Roll Cowboy” off his upcoming expansive 10th release double-album MACON, GEORGIA

Wiz Khalifa & Logic: Vinyl Verse Tour
August 27
Multi-platinum selling, Grammy and Golden Globe nominated recording artist Wiz Khalifa burst onto the scene with mainstream success with the release of his first major label debut album, ROLLING PAPERS‎ in 2011.

Imagine Dragons: Mercury World Tour
August 28
Imagine Dragons teamed up with esteemed producer Rick Rubin on Mercury – Act 1, which debuted in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 and at No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. Mercury – Act 1 marks the band’s first new music since their 2018 album Origins.

Barenaked Ladies: Last Summer on Earth
August 29
BNL had so much fun with it that they’ve kept bringing it back every time they’ve gotten a chance. And this time out, they’re bringing along their fellow alt rock legends Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket, which means you can hear songs like “Hey Jealousy” and “Walk on the Ocean” performed back to back with “One Week” and “Pinch Me!”

IL DIVO: Greatest Hits Tour
August 31
Il Divo debuted in 2004 with instant success. With songs in four languages, their debut album Il Divo became a Top 4 sensation in 19 countries, hitting #1 in eight.

The Black Keys – The Dropout Boogie Tour
September 3
The Black Keys are singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney. Last year, the duo received its 14th Grammy nomination, this time for Best Contemporary Blues Album for Delta Kream, which was released in May 2021 by Nonesuch Records.

Odesza: The Last Goodbye Tour
September 7
ODESZA will act on a larger scale than on any of their previous tours. In an effort to reduce the environmental impact of large-scale events, they have announced a partnership with the non-profit organization REVERB to make the tour carbon-neutral or, ideally, negative. At the concerts there will be a “REVERB Eco Village” to encourage fans to act in favor of the climate.

Ohio is for Lovers Festival
September 10
The festival will be split across three stages at Riverbend Music Center with a headlining set from punk legends Descendents along with performances from Bayside, The Wonder Years, Hawthorne Heights, Senses Fail, Story of the Year, Emery, Knuckle Puck, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Crimson Apple, Bad Luck, Mint Green, Dead Bundy, Better Anyway and more.

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
September 11
Frankie Valli came to fame in 1962 as the lead singer of The Four Seasons, producing classic hits including “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You,” “My Eyes Adored You,” “Workin’ My Way Back To You,” and “Grease.” Sure, the majority of the 71 chart hits of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons (including 40 in the Top 40, 19 in the Top 10 and eight No. 1’s) came during the 1960s, but the music didn’t just disappear. He has toured almost continuously since 1962 and his songs have been omnipresent in such movies as The Deer Hunter, Dirty Dancing, Mrs. Doubtfire, Conspiracy Theory and The Wanderers.

Lee Brice: Label Me Proud Tour
September 16
One of Country music’s biggest names and Grammy nominated artist, Lee Brice, has announced he will be headlining his highly awaited Label Me Proud Tour. Kicking off this June, Brice will bring his “Soul” to twenty-three markets, performing for all the fans who have been clamoring for live music again the way only Brice can do it – by throwing one hell of a party!


TAFT THEATRE

Amos Lee
August 23
Singer/songwriter Amos Lee with one foot in the real world and the other in a charmed dimension of his own making, creates the rare kind of music that’s emotionally raw yet touched with a certain magical quality.

The Southern Soul Music Festival
September 17
The Southern Soul Music Festival will include performances by Tucka, Nellie Travis, Theodis Ealey, Ronnie Bell, Big Robb, and Lenny Williams. The show will be hosted by Miami’s own comedian Marvin Dixon. This one-of-a-kind concert is sure to make you move and grove all night!

 

 

Happenings: Visual Arts

CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM

Henry Mosler Behind the Scenes
Now – Sept 4
In Celebration of the Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial relates Mosler’s journey and takes a close look at how he developed his paintings through studies across media.

Unlocking an Art Deco Bedroom by Joseph Urban
Now – Oct 2
Over 90 years after its completion, the Wormser bedroom will go on public view for the first time, fully conserved and installed to reflect its original state as photographed in 1930.


CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER 

Center for Unfinished Business
Now – September 11
A roving reading room exploring colonial legacies and repercussions. The CAC’s iteration, sited in the lobby, features a curated selection of seminal books and a series of discussions that respond to water as a literal and metaphorical framework for exploring African American and African diasporic experiences and cultures.

Kahlil Robert Irving: Ground Water from screen Falls Street
Now – December 30, 2025
For the lobby carpet installation, Kahlil Robert Irving integrates imagery of asphalt with pop culture references, news headlines, and digital ephemera.


TAFT MUSEUM OF ART

Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility
Now – Sept 4
Fashion & Sensibility provides an unforgettable opportunity to see, up close, costumes worn by Hollywood celebrities including Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Judi Dench, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant. The exhibition brings to life beloved characters from Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, and Mansfield Park, while revealing powerful themes of class, gender, and social dynamics in Austen’s world.

Love This House: Preserving a National Historic Landmark
Now – Sept 4
n 2021–22, the Taft Museum of Art partnered with GBBN Architects and HGC Construction to preserve the exterior of the Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft house, a National Historic Landmark. The house was built around 1820, making it downtown Cincinnati’s oldest wooden residence in its original location. Investigation prior to the project revealed significant water damage to the wooden siding and the structure beneath. In this small display, learn more about how the house has been preserved for future generations, and how the project will also help protect the art collection within.


The Carnegie

A Thought is a River
Now – Aug 20

A group exhibition of artists from the Greater Cincinnati and Louisville areas who are materially connected by an actual river and loosely connected by metaphorical rivers.

 

Happenings: Visual Arts

CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM

Truth and Inspiration, An ArtsWave Showcase
Now – Aug 14
If you look closely at the work in the exhibition, you’ll see that there is pain and heartache. Skepticism. Futility. But also Hope. Imagination. Commitment. These are emotional drivers we can all connect to. If we care about a future where we value all people and all contributions, it starts right here.

Henry Mosler Behind the Scenes
Now – Sept 4
In Celebration of the Jewish Cincinnati Bicentennial relates Mosler’s journey and takes a close look at how he developed his paintings through studies across media.

Unlocking an Art Deco Bedroom by Joseph Urban
Now – Oct 2
Over 90 years after its completion, the Wormser bedroom will go on public view for the first time, fully conserved and installed to reflect its original state as photographed in 1930.


CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER 

Breaking Water
Now – August 14
Breaking Water is a group exhibition bringing together works in installation, video, photography, painting, sculpture, and performance that offer a range of approaches to the subject of water, liquidity, and feminism.

Center for Unfinished Business
Now – August 28
A roving reading room exploring colonial legacies and repercussions. The CAC’s iteration, sited in the lobby, features a curated selection of seminal books and a series of discussions that respond to water as a literal and metaphorical framework for exploring African American and African diasporic experiences and cultures.


TAFT MUSEUM OF ART

Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility
Now – Sept 4
Fashion & Sensibility provides an unforgettable opportunity to see, up close, costumes worn by Hollywood celebrities including Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Judi Dench, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant. The exhibition brings to life beloved characters from Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, and Mansfield Park, while revealing powerful themes of class, gender, and social dynamics in Austen’s world.

Love This House: Preserving a National Historic Landmark
Now – Sept 4
n 2021–22, the Taft Museum of Art partnered with GBBN Architects and HGC Construction to preserve the exterior of the Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft house, a National Historic Landmark. The house was built around 1820, making it downtown Cincinnati’s oldest wooden residence in its original location. Investigation prior to the project revealed significant water damage to the wooden siding and the structure beneath. In this small display, learn more about how the house has been preserved for future generations, and how the project will also help protect the art collection within.


The Carnegie

A Thought is a River
Now – Aug 20

A group exhibition of artists from the Greater Cincinnati and Louisville areas who are materially connected by an actual river and loosely connected by metaphorical rivers.

 

The Real Estate Market Report: June 2022 Results

Neighborhoods with the best percentage of sales to active listings (only neighborhoods with at least 20 combined actives and solds are included):

1. Symmes Twp. //  33 sold with 2 active //  1650%
or a ratio of 16.5 solds to each active listing

2.  Mt. Washington //  20 sold with 2 active // 1000%
or a ratio of 10 solds to each active listing

3. Sycamore Twp. //  23 sold with 3 active // 766%
or a ratio of 7.66 solds to each active listing

Compiled using information from the Multiple Listing Service of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the period 6/1/2022 through 6/30/2022. Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed and subject to change.

Suburb# Sold# ActiveAvg $ ListAvg $ SaleDays on Mkt.
Amberly Village5162316761150012
Anderson712648152343281326
Avondale7715673618513132
Bellevue1075954142535906
Blue Ash3413543081470617105
Clifton131230102436591541
Columbia Tusculum48495567337713221
Covington483955489219919023
Crestview Hills2002500003
Dayton, KY10424595015097011
Deer Park812437442492195
Deerfield Twp521958335249358822
Dntn/OTR213337904641640472
East End525886422628780259
Edgewood676820713733333
Fort Mitchell1346987495281693
Fort Thomas192956116226602618
Fort Wright9239494737866818
Glendale2442666723000043
Hyde Park381369209051400521
Indian Hill11142038792183953667
Kennedy Heights9529872920993330
Kenwood8246687048268811
Lakeside Park137132994000003
Lebanon241032133331883720
Liberty Township646451093049001850
Linwood1233300024000019
Loveland291450020733650530
Madeira191263296554864667
Madison Place6348192337033538
Madisonville261931118727297736
Maineville2131466730075019
Mariemont7365089064062222
Mason791752688151139818
Miami Township501937716434956638
Milford8535998524431337
Montgomery2224833555729110118
Mt. Adams38119562747542599
Mt. Auburn816643065564803105
Mt. Lookout11990817574684745
Mt. Washington2022529002511814
Newport203959552028707012
Newtown305150005338333
Northside161227160127072125
Norwood342127134329703722
Oakley251353459744825988
Park Hills2331266644750033
Pierce Township413439669936124142
Pleasant Ridge1343057823246155
Sharonville1412271402313679
Silverton7226927824764319
South Lebanon151048200749592045
Sycamore Twshp.2334314684618046
Symmes Twshp.33251438348530611
Terrace Park7168968874771426
Villa Hills81381797941038733
Walnut Hills181159545257016788
West Chester1092640175738223511
Western Hills29102411592168769
Wyoming1414573079541286330