West Price Hill is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio with a population of 22,883. West Price Hill is in Hamilton County. Living in West Price Hill offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In West Price Hill there are a lot of bars and parks. Many families live in West Price Hill and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in West Price Hill are above average.
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West Price Hill Reviews
Price Hill is a neighborhood filled with a variety of different cultures. It's a place where all ethnicities and races reside. I currently attend school in this neighborhood at Cincinnati Christian University. Also, I attended school on this side of town at Dater High school. Over the years I've seen growth in this area and also poverty. It's the home of restaurants like Incline House and Primavista that hold a beautiful view over downtown Cincinnati. I feel this neighborhood is in a current transition of potential improvement, just like this city. I would like to road improvements, and neighborhood cleanup
I like where I live, because I am nostalgic, but I have seen it change for the worse somewhat as far as crime and safety and home values. However, Cincinnati has developed area's downtown and opened restaurants/bars and a great new park!
Other than the constant police sirens, ambulances, firetrucks, car crashes, and debates between my family and I on whether or not that sound was a gunshot or a firework, Price Hill is alright. I'd rather live here than other places within the city, and there's always a roof over my head and food on my table, so I don't think I should be allowed to complain.