• 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.



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


Columbia Tusculum Community Council May Meeting

Monday, May 16th, 2016

7pm Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum

3738 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226

Click Here to view April Meeting Minutes.




Columbia Tusculum’s water stop was a huge success! Thank you friends and neighbors for your support and encouragement as we hosted thousands of runners and walkers from all over the country and all over the world. It was a wonderful event for all who participated.




It’s all coming together! This June 18th, from 2 to 9pm, our neighborhood will host our first annual street festival. Join the fun and bring your friends!

Enjoy great food from Eli’s, Zips Cafe, Allyns, Green Dog/ Buz, Taglio and Sidekix, along with a fantastic selection of craft beer, including our local favorite, Blank Slate. 
And, dance to the fun party music of 70’s inspired Gee Your Band Smells Terrific and pop faves What She Said.
Plus, there’s short-order poetry from Chase Public, GIANT bean bags courtesy of PLOP, Live Art, crafts for kids, and much more!
All proceeds benefit Riverview East Academy Powerpack Program and the Columbia Tusculum Beautification Initiative.
Sponsorship Deadline is May 15th! Click here to learn how you can support the festival.
It’s a celebration all of things Columbia Tusculum.
Presenting Sponsors


One more season!

We just learned that the Columbia Tusculum Community Garden will be available for Spring and Summer 2016. If you are interested in leasing a plot, please contact Christine Carli