CLERMONT COUNTY

County Offices
101 East Main Street
Batavia 513-732-7300
https://clermontcountyohio.gov/

Chamber of Commerce
4355 Ferguson Drive
Cincinnati 513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

Scenic Clermont County is experiencing rapid growth and development, drawing newcomers to an ideal location, a high quality of life, and an affordable cost of living. Clermont County enjoys efficient transportation links to regional and national destinations via Interstates 71, 75, and 275 and close proximity to the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport. Boasting some of the Midwest’s most promising untapped potential for industrial and commercial development, the county is home to hard working, highly productive people. The Interstate 275 beltway links the region to key points in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. US Highways 50 and 52 also traverse the county.

Services
The educational system in Clermont County reflects the positive influence of an entire network of outstanding institutions. Respected public and private schools on every academic level ensure access to quality programs and progressive curricula. The Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development enhances specialized training options for students in affiliated high schools. Distinguished as the world’s largest technical district, Great Oaks trains 70,000 adults each year. Another feature in the cap of Clermont County is the U.S. Grant Vocational School, preparing youth and adults for exciting new careers in demanding and lucrative fields. The University of Cincinnati’s Clermont College enrolls more than 2,700 students in a wide range of two-year degree and certification programs. The excellent student-teacher ratio and reasonable tuition rates make the college a smart choice for any number of educational goals. Greater Cincinnati adds an impressive list of colleges and universities as well as institutes for specialized training.

State-of-the-art healthcare facilities and services in Clermont County are anchored by Mercy Hospital Clermont, the principal provider of advanced medical and surgical services and programs. Rated among the Top Ten Hospitals nationally for its quality of care in a recent report by Total Benchmark Solutions, Mercy Clermont strives to provide consistent quality care and the most advanced technology through continual upgrades and expansions. Beyond the boundaries of Clermont County, the Greater Cincinnati region provides a number of nationally recognized teaching hospitals, medical centers, specialized care centers, and skilled professionals in every specialty and subspecialty.

Lifestyle
The rapidly developing area known as Clermont County is linked to eastern Cincinnati through the convenient Interstate 275 beltway. Established communities, newly constructed homes and subdivisions, picturesque farmland, thriving industries, and bustling commercial centers are all a part of the Clermont County scene. Newcomers will discover a pleasing variety of settings and lifestyles in this area that blends suburban convenience with friendly small villages and rural charm. The county’s unique bridging of urban and rural environments allows residents to enjoy the finest of contemporary living in a tranquil atmosphere. Fortune Magazine declared this region as one of the “Top 10 for Work and Family.”

Residents enjoy a wealth of outdoor recreational adventures and activities around the four seasons, enhanced by one of Ohio’s largest parks: East Fork State Park. A public beach, hiking trails, and world-class rowing opportunities make this a popular getaway. Little Miami Scenic Park adds a 50-mile trail for biking or rollerblading, while Stonelick State Park is ideal for everything from camping and boating to picnicking and fishing. More than 1,600 acres of the county is preserved by the Cincinnati Nature Center, acclaimed as one of the nation’s finest. Historic sites, cultural enrichment, wonderful museums, great shopping, and the Clermont County Freedom Trail of abolitionist sites and the Underground Railroad are just a few of the attractions that make Clermont County a home for all reasons.

Amelia
Municipal Offices
513-753-4747
www.ameliavillage.com

Chamber of Commerce

513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

Served by the West Claremont public school district, the village of Amelia draws many families to a serene countryside of rolling woodlands dotted with picturesque farms and fine new homes. The community’s ideal location ensures easy access to the rapidly growing Batavia region. The northeastern employment centers and office complexes of Cincinnati are close at hand, along with key destinations in Northern Kentucky. A good selection of moderately priced homes that range from traditional to contemporary architectural styles in an equally varied number of settings. Local commerce and nearby shopping centers and malls add to the convenience of daily life in this small but growing community with its close-knit, friendly atmosphere.

Batavia Village, Batavia Township, Williamsburg Township
Municipal Offices
Batavia Village Offices
513-732-2020
http://bataviavillage.org
Batavia Twp Offices
513-732-3888
http://bataviatownship.org
Williamsburg Twp Offices
513-724-3333
http://williamsburgtownship.org/


Chamber of Commerce

513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

The county seat for Clermont County was named for some of the first settlers in this area from Batavia, New York. Several major manufacturing plants are at home in Batavia, harmonizing with a scenic landscape, historic treasures, and a good selection of homes. Traditional styling complements more contemporary designs in homes that range in age from 150-year-old properties to new construction. The University of Cincinnati Clermont College adds the stimulation and enrichment of a college town to the community. East Fork Lake State Park, the largest in Ohio, and the local YMCA combine forces to provide the ideal facility and background for every imaginable sport and activity. Batavia draws throngs of visitors each year to the Cincinnati Regatta, a national competitive rowing event. Williamsburg Township expands the options for suburban-country living.

Eastgate, Union Township
Municipal Offices
513-752-1741
www.union-township.oh.us

Chamber of Commerce

513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

Situated along State Highway 32 and Interstate 275, Union Township is a thriving community nestled north of Cincinnati. The Highway 32 corridor is a mecca of dining and retail establishments anchored by Eastgate Mall. In fact, the entire Eastgate community along the Cincinnati outskirts has welcomed development from entertainment centers to medical facilities and sports fields. Boasting strong tax valuations and the largest school district in the county, Union Township excels in livability. Planners continue to efficiently provide and expand an infrastructure that supports brisk residential, commercial, and economic growth. The township recently opened the doors to its new headquarters in the Civic Center. Many of the township’s most valuable services are managed at this complex, including the public school district, the local post office, a beautiful gymnasium, a 400-car Park and Ride lot, and an amphitheatre that hosts concerts by the Clermont Philharmonic and other performance groups.


Milford, Miami Township
Municipal Offices
Milford Offices

513-831-4192
www.milfordohio.org
Miami Township Offices
513-248-3725
www.miamitownshipoh.gov

Chamber of Commerce

513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

Milford offers a delight blend of historic and contemporary elements to attract newcomers to an attractive hometown environment. The available housing blends post World War II homes with a wide variety of newer construction. The crowning glory of Milford architecture is the collection of century-old homes and properties, including the beautifully restored Mill Street Manor and the Victorian splendor of the Promont House, home to Ohio Governor John Pattison. Each year the city welcomes throngs of visitors who arrive to celebrate the Frontier Days Festival. Milford features a pleasing assortment of locally owned shops and services, leading-edge industries, close proximity to the Cincinnati Nature Center, and easy access to the cluster of commercial development along the Interstate 275 beltway corridor. Miami Township expands the opportunities for new-home construction in a county atmosphere.

New Richmond
Municipal Offices
513-553-4146
www.newrichmond.org

Chamber of Commerce

513-576-5000
https://clermontchamber.com/

The historic river village of New Richmond features many restored homes that blend with newer construction. Some of the contemporary developments offer handsome executive homes shaded by lush greenery or graced by riverfront views. Colorful celebrations and festivals dot the annual calendar with dates to remember, from River Days to summer outdoor concerts or the spectacular Fourth of July extravaganza. Residents enjoy quick and easy access to Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati as well as to regional malls, boating facilities, Coney Island, Riverbend Music Center, and the River Downs horseracing complex. Like many communities in this area, New Richmond is proud of the role it played in the Underground Railroad during the Civil War era.

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