North College Hill is a suburb of Cincinnati with a population of 9,322. North College Hill is in Hamilton County. Living in North College Hill offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In North College Hill there are a lot of parks. Many families live in North College Hill and residents tend to lean liberal.
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North College Hill Reviews
North College Hill is centrally located. There is quick and easy access to 71, 75, 275 and Ronald Reagan Hwys. The commute time is approximately 20-30 minutes. The community has a lot of wonderful small, family owned businesses close by, and there is a close knit family feeling. The public school is constantly improving, and there are a lot of events that lead to community building.
The town as a whole is great! There are some areas that are hit or miss. It really changes block by block. Our area is nice with great neighbors and we'll kept homes. A block the other way can look completely different. But I feel safe raising a family here. One reviewer mentioned hoodlum kids. Kids will be kids. They are everywhere. Overall we love our little town!
There are a lot of 'hoodlums' around my area. Kids who have turned into adults, that act like kids still. I suppose that it is like this in most metropolitan areas. However, I just find it incredibly sad that I am unable to trust my neighbors. We are in close proximity to an elementary school and a high school. Instead of making me feel any better about the area I live in, that just worries me more because these children are being raised by the adults that never outgrew childhood. As the generations progress, the kids seem to be getting worse.