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Columbia Township
Columbia Township is a culturally, socio-economically and logistically diverse urban township in southeast Hamilton County, Ohio. The Township’s encompasses an area of 2.67 square miles and according the 2000 Census the population is 4,619 in the unincorporated area and 6,557 in total. The completion of I-71 in 1974 to downtown Cincinnati marked the beginning of development adjacent to the interchanges within the Township, namely Ridge Road, Red Bank Road, and Stewart Road. This area is now the commercial and business center of Columbia Township. With an array of restaurants and shops, Columbia Township is sure to have something for everyone!
5687 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227

T (513) 561-6046

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Crosby Township
Established in 1803, Crosby Township is one of the twelve townships of Hamilton County, Ohio. Crosby Township is located 25 minutes from downtown and is bounded on the south by the Great Miami and Whitewater Township, on the North by Butler County, and on the east by the Great Miami River. During your stay in Crosby Township, check out the Miami Whitewater Forest/Park that offers Golf, hiking, camping, and outdoor recreations like canoeing. Crosby Township has something for everyone from great restaurants, to outdoor adventures, and lots of family fun!
8910 Willey Road
Crosby Township, OH 45030

T 513-317-2861

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Delhi Township is a suburban community with a population of 29,510 (2010 U.S. Census) located in Southwest Ohio’s Hamilton County. Delhi was established in 1789 and was a rural community until just after World War II. The Township’s motto, “The Floral Paradise of Ohio”, dates from this earlier era when the Township’s landscape was dotted with greenhouses. At one time these greenhouses were a major source of the nation’s carnation stock. Since World War II Delhi has experienced a transformation from a pastoral, agricultural community into a quiet bedroom community that emphasizes neighborhood and family.
6.1 Neeb Road
Cincinnati, OH 45233

T 513-922-3111

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The Village of Evendale, Ohio is located in the Greater Cincinnati MSA in Southwest, Ohio. Evendale is conveniently located at the 14 mile marker on I-75, one mile south of I-275 and two miles west of I-75. Looking for a bit of exercise while exploring Evendale and the Greater Cincinnati area, Evendale offers bicycling and walking trails, a swimming pool, tennis courts, and so much more. After a fun filled day of exploring and exercising take a break and head on down to the open-air performance facility. The Pavilion Amphitheater gives local musicians and entertainment organizations the opportunity to perform outside in front of 500 people.
10500 Reading Road
Evendale, OH 45241

T 513-563-2244

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Fairfax is a village in Hamilton County, Ohio. It is home to over 1,699 people at the 2010 census. This small village makes you feel right at home with its great restaurants, parks, and its easy access to major highways. Fairfax is located just 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. With access to highways and a major downtown area, the small village of Fairfax will make you feel like you never left home.
5903 Hawthorne Avenue
Fairfax, OH 45227

T 513-527-6503

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Founded in 1855, the Village of Glendale, Ohio is a northern suburb of Cincinnati with a land area of 1.7 square miles and a population of 2,155 people. Glendale is one of only four communities in Hamilton County that does not have an income tax. Known for its quiet, peaceful living, Glendale is a perennial National Arbor Foundation “Tree City” and boasts a much lower than average crime rate, close proximity to a major shopping complex, fast access to the Interstate system, and excellent schools. In 1977 Glendale became the first village in Ohio designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
30 Village Square
Glendale, OH 45246

T 513-771-7200

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Golf Manor
The Village of Golf Manor incorporated in 1947, was the first suburb of Greater Cincinnati. Golf Manor is just over one-half square mile in size with approximately 3,600 residents. The heart of our district is home to the oldest Orthodox Jewish synagogue in the Greater Cincinnati. Along Stover avenue, you may pass the original Wiehe farmhouse which was built in 1863. Gems of the Village’s past and present are scatted throughout the neighbor.
6450 Wiehe Road
Golf Manor, OH 45237

T 513-531-7491

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Green Township
Green Township is one of the twelve townships in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. The 2010 census found 58,370 people in the township. Our mission in Green Township is to provide responsive, efficient, high-quality services to ensure a thriving, safe, family-friendly community.Green Township has 6 parks totaling over 120 acres, 7 areas with over 140 acres of protected green-space, 10 great public schools, 7 great private schools, 6 major medical office buildings, 512 residential streets and 28 square miles. With a variety of areas from semi-rural, to suburban to business districts, there is something for everyone and we are close to everything!
6303 Harrison Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45247

T 513-574-4848

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