The Northside Business Association is excited to partner with Star Parking Services who now maintain and enforce the 5 parking lots in the Northside Business District, which are owned by the NBA for the benefit of the community and its visitors. This partnership helps to keep the lots clean, safe and easy to use. Star Parking Services will make necessary improvements to the lots, such as cleaning, light landscaping, improved signage and lighting, as well as weather related maintenance and accessibility. Parking enforcement for non-payment or expired time allotments will result in tickets, and towing if necessary.
–> Parking fees are $1/hour, $5/24 hours, or $40/month. Monthly passes are now available at the parking lot kiosks. If you encounter any problems with the parking kiosks, please call 859-344-3017 or email [email protected].
–> All revenue generated from the parking lots goes back to the Northside Business Association, helping to fund neighborhood projects like the Northside Rock N Roll Carnival, WelcomeToNorthside.com, the Hamilton Avenue flower pots, community-based events, and more. Thanks for your support of the Northside Business District, that helps to support Northside as a great place to live or visit!
–> In partnership with Electrada, the Hamilton/Lingo parking lot provides Level 2 Electric Vehicle charging stations, so you can charge your car while running errands in our business district!
Metered street parking is also plentiful in the Business District.
GETTING HERE BY METRO BUS:
Northside is served by the following Metro bus routes:
15X • 16 • 17 • 19 • 20 • 27 • 51
To see bus schedules, bus stops, fare information, and more, visit http://www.go-metro.com/
GETTING HERE BY RED BIKE
Northside has a Cincy Red Bike station located at 1600 Blue Rock Street near the corner of Hamilton Avenue, adjacent to Hoffner Park. You can return a bike or rent a bike for the day, with unlimited 60 minute rides, but bikes must be checked in every hour. For more information about how it works, and a map of bike stations, visit http://www.cincyredbike.org.