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Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati
American Institute of Architects
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Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce
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Interactive Development Map: a clearing house of information concerning recent and proposed development projects and planning studies in Uptown Cincinnati.
Scenic Ohio newsletter
Cincinnati Urban Issues Blogosphere: an interactive matrix of urban issues-related blogs in Cincinnati.
Uptown Tempo: a newsletter published by Uptown Consortium, Inc. especially for Uptown residents, business owners, employees, students, and visitors. The goal is to keep you informed about what’s new, what’s coming and what’s great about Uptown Cincinnati
City Matters Bulletin: an online source for worldwide news and events
Soapbox Cincinnati: a narrative of creative people and businesses, new development, cool places to live, and the best places to work and play
Clifton Chronicle: contains links to PDF versions of the Clifton Chronicle, which is a quarterly community newsletter.
Explore Cincinnati: a podcast talk show concerning urban issues in Cincinnati.

Greater Cincinnati Memory Project - a searchable database of pre-1940 images from Greater Cincinnati. Maintained by the public library.
Cincinnati Views - historic postcards of Greater Cincinnati, started in 1999, documents the history of and future plans for Cincinnati’s transportation infrastructure.
UC Urban Farm Blog: A blog documenting the process of creating, developing and maintaining University of Cincinnati's urban farm.
Citizens for Civic Renewal: An organization designed to amplify the voice of the people on vital community issues.
Findlay Market: Ohio’s oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture.
Downtown Cincinnati, Inc
Over-the-Rhine Brewery District: composed of residents, business owners, developers, and other stakeholders committed to making Over-the-Rhine THE place to Live, Work, and Play
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Planners Network Disorientation Guide: a how to manual for a progressive planning education
Market Share: Economics Center Research Newsletter-a complete guide to local economy
Strange Maps: a blog dedicated to strange and interesting maps.