• The Historic Langdon House

Welcome to Columbia Tusculum

We invite you to experience Cincinnati’s Oldest Neighborhood. Nestled in the Ohio River Valley just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, Columbia Tusculum is in the heart of it all. Our neighborhood is known for its historic district featuring brightly colored 19th century homes and breathtaking valley views. We also enjoy a great walking neighborhood featuring many dining and entertainment options, as well as direct access to three parks and  10+ miles of biking trails.



Latest News

Note: All community council meetings take place on the third Monday of every month at 7pm at the Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum, 3738 Eastern Avenue.


Monday, March 20th,


Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum

3738 Eastern Avenue

All are welcome to attend!



Call to Order

Officer Kevin Butler District 2 Liaison-Crime and Safety Update

Fire/Safety update

Kurt Platte and Steiner Investments Vote to Support planned development at Hoge/


Greg Landsman-Candidate for City Council

Daniel Rajaiah-DPS Street Sweeping program

Speed Bumps on Golden-Ryan Connors/Meridian residents

Treasurer’s report-Matt Ackermann

VP Report-Matt Yauch




 Many Hands Make for a Great Neighborhood.

Join Us

The Columbia Tusculum Community Council is recruiting volunteers 

to help out in a range of capacities, including:

Community Garden Chair

Steering Team, At Large



Grant Writing

And More!

Your involvement can make a crucial difference for all of us.

 Thank You for Making Our First-Ever

Street Festival a Huge Success!



On Saturday, June 18th more than 3,000 friends and neighbors gathered to enjoy live music, lively art activations and great local food. We’d like to give a big Thank You to our sponsors:


And thanks to our local food vendors, including Allyn’s Cafe, Eli’s BBQ, Green Dog, Sidekix, Taglio, Zip’s, Kona Ice, Smooth Cincy Coffee, Mickey‘s CheeseSicles, and Blank Slate Brewery.
Also, we appreciate the amazing talent of Justin Toland of Higher Level Art for his living painting throughout the event, and the poetic geniuses at Chase Public for their Short-Order Poetry.
Last but not least, THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS for sharing your time and talent to help make this event thrive. We couldn’t have done it without you!
All proceeds benefit Riverview East Academy Powerpack Program and the Columbia Tusculum Beautification Initiative.
If you are interested in joining the planning committee for next year, please click here.