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February 18, 2016
by Michelle Morgenstern



Madisonville is a Cincinnati neighborhood located northwest of downtown along the I-71 corridor at Red Bank Road.  Madisonville is a diverse community with a deep sense of pride and appreciation for its rich history.  The people of Madisonville recognize complex and abiding social, cultural, faith-based, and familial connections. Long-time residents and newcomers will come together and make neighborhood renaissance happen.


Madisonville was established in 1809 as Madison, Ohio after the newly elected President James Madison, the fourth President of the United States.  By 1826 a Post Office was established in the village and the name was changed to Madisonville to avoid duplication with another Madison, Ohio.

Living in Madisonville

Nearly 10,000 people live in Madisonville.  The affordable and attractive using stock along quiet tree-lined streets makes Madisonville a desirable place to call home.  A new recreation center, pool, public library, and two parks serve as anchors of community life.

Learn more about Madisonville here!

Source: Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment and Madisonville Community Council

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