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Covedale is a former village in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. The main area of the village was annexed by the city of Cincinnati and is now a neighborhood of about 15,000 people in the western part of the city. When it was annexed, the village disincorporated and its remaining area reverted to Green Township, with a small fragment going to Delhi Township.
Covedale is located about six miles west of downtown Cincinnati. It is primarily a residential neighborhood of tree lined streets with brick and Tudor-style homes. Commercial areas are mainly centered about Glenway Avenue.
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