WARREN COUNTY

County Offices
406 Justice Drive
Lebanon 513-695-1000
Dayton 937-425-1000
www.co.warren.oh.us

Chamber of Commerce
20 North Broadway
Lebanon 513-932-1100
www.lebanonchamber.org

Picturesque Warren County blends country pleasures with urban amenities in an ideal location midway between Dayton and Cincinnati. Framed by gently rolling hills and the Scenic Little Miami River, Warren County enjoys a convenient location, with Interstates 71 and 75 providing quick regional connections.

 

Services
State-of-the-art healthcare services are anchored by Atrium Medical Center in Franklin, a completely new hospital that provides advanced care to residents of Warren, Butler, Preble and southern Montgomery counties. Atrium brings 90 years of experience to its new facility, providing family-centered care and technologies that support a full range of services including cardiac care, sports medicine, physical therapy, and women’s healthcare to name just a few. The most recent addition to the healthcare network in Warren County is Bethesda Medical Center at Arrow Springs in Lebanon. This beautiful new complex focuses on outpatient care in such diverse areas as primary care, cardiology, orthopedic surgery, obstetrics, gastroenterology, pulmonary medicine, allergy medicine, and podiatry. Integrated care at the center is digitally connected to additional resources in diagnostics and emergency medicine at Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati.

Quality education is available on every academic level in Warren County, underlined by quality public schools from preschool through 12th grade. Opportunities for a private education are available in parochial and independent schools that offer alternative learning environment and educational philosophies. Well-equipped schools and classroom feature such advancements as an expansive media center with a writing lab and video production center. Students can even use a “cybercafe” with computers during their lunch break.

The growing city of Middletown is home to Miami University Middletown, a commuter campus for one of Ohio’s highly regarded state-supported universities. Students of all ages can earn two-year or four-year degrees, begin an even wider selection of four-year programs, or complete graduate coursework at this regional campus. Nine leading public and private colleges and universities are available within the Dayton and Cincinnati region. Included on the list are the two-year institutions of Sinclair Community College and Cincinnati Technical Community College. Wright State University, the University of Dayton, the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Miami University, and Wilmington College are also available within a reasonable commute.

 

Lifestyle
Warren County is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing areas in Ohio, drawing new residents to a more relaxed pace of living in a serene rural atmosphere. At the same time, the county is convenient to regional attractions, cultural events, and exceptional suburban services. This area has long been a magnet for tourism, and many of the state’s premier family attractions are close to home, including the award-winning thrill park of Kings Island and The Beach Waterpark. In fact, Warren County is often dubbed “Ohio’s Playground.” Lush parks, sports facilities, golf courses, tennis courts, private clubs, miles of hiking and biking trails, and acres of preserved natural habitat encourage a healthy and active lifestyle for residents of all ages.

Many of the county’s communities are steeped in history, offering unique museums and historic sites as well as grand architecture from the past. Shoppers will be able to hunt for treasures in scores of quaint antique and specialty shops or browse through trendy lifestyle centers in Lebanon, Waynesville, and Mason. Fine restaurants and locally owned eateries delight the senses with delicious cuisine and tempting aromas, while roadside stands and farmers markets display the bounty of Ohio agriculture. The housing options in Warren County range from charming historic properties and well-crafted older homes shaded by mature greenery to vibrant new subdivisions or custom homes in a country setting. Artfully combining a reverence for the past with a progressive attitude toward quality growth and development, Warren County is sure to remain near the top of Ohio’s growth charts for decades to come.

 

Carlisle
City Offices
937-746-0555
www.carlisleoh.org

Chamber of Commerce
937-746-8457
www.chamber45005.org

The pleasant city of Carlisle offers quiet residential neighborhoods, a fine school system, and a strong business and industrial base in a family-oriented setting. This community perches in the northwestern corner of the county, blending with the cities of Franklin and Springboro in Franklin Township. From its roots as a railroad town, Carlisle is maturing as a center of business and commerce. Three impressive industrial parks have sprung up in the last 15 years to meet the needs of local companies and businesses. While the city maintains a progressive attitude toward development, planners and residents are committed to preserving the small-town charm, rural flavor, and Midwestern friendliness that makes Carlisle such a comfortable place to call home.

 

Deerfield Township, Loveland, Maineville
Deerfield Offices
513-701-6958
www.deerfieldtwp.com
Loveland Offices
513-683-0150
www.lovelandoh.com
Maineville Offices
513-583-8202
www.mainevilleoh.com

Chamber of Commerce
513-683-1544
www.lovelandchamber.org

The lovely township of Deerfield is a thriving community that blends residential communities and neighborhoods with hundreds of businesses. Newcomers will find all of the advantages and conveniences of urban living in a beautiful country setting. The Little Miami Scenic River graces this area with riverfront beauty and recreational opportunities. Charming villages like Maineville and Loveland provide shopping, services, and dining options in close proximity to major attractions like Little Miami State Park and Little Miami Scenic Trail. This wilderness area meanders through rolling hills and panoramic gorges to offer opportunities for biking, canoeing, hiking, and horseback riding. Loveland features a charming historic district brimming over with grand architecture, antique shops, interesting boutiques, services, and eateries.

 

Franklin
City Offices
937-746-9921
www.franklinohio.org

Chamber of Commerce
937-746-8457
www.chamber45005.org

The rapidly growing city of Franklin is located in the northwestern corner of Warren County within the Cincinnati-Dayton corridor. The community hugs the Great Miami River, a fact that contributed to its early history as a paper manufacturing center. Today’s industrial base is becoming increasing diverse, fueled by the city’s strategic position along Interstate 75 and steady growth in every sector. Franklin offers a fine balance of efficient city services, cultural attractions and performing arts, excellent public schools, lush parks, recreational programs, and a selection of affordable housing. Residents also have the advantage of a friendly hometown atmosphere within a reasonable distance from two major metropolitan centers of Dayton and Cincinnati.

 

Kings Mill, Landon
Deerfield Township Offices
513-701-6958
www.deerfieldtwp.com

Chamber of Commerce
513-336-0125
www.madechamber.org

Nestled in beautiful Deerfield Township, Landen is a planned community that was established in 1975. From its genesis as 1,400 acres of land and a mile-long sailing lake, the community now features a fine mix of homes that appeal to a cross-section of buyers. Upscale custom homes on blend with single-family homes in a variety of price ranges, cluster homes, condominiums, and townhouses. Recreational amenities are outstanding and include swimming pools, tennis courts, multi-purpose trails, and sports fields. Also within the township borders, Kings Mill offers a quiet little hamlet of tidy homes along tree-lined streets that enjoys a prime location near Paramount Kings Island theme park. The hamlet features a growing number of new homes that are convenient for commuters to the northeastern Cincinnati employment centers.

 

Lebanon, South Lebanon
Lebanon Offices
City Manager’s Office 513-228-3101
www.lebanonohio.gov
South Lebanon Offices
513-494-2296
www.southlebanonohio.org

Chamber of Commerce
513-932-1100
www.lebanonchamber.org

The historic Lebanon area is justly proud of its colorful past and treasures from yesterday. Ohio’s oldest inn, the 1803 Golden Lamb Hotel that once hosted many presidents and dignitaries including Mark Twain and Charles Dickens, still operates in its original location. The outstanding Warren County Historical Museum, the Glendower State Memorial, and the Turtle Creek Valley Railway are other points of interest that draw throngs of tourists to Lebanon. Historic charm and close proximity to Cincinnati have also made the area a popular place for new residents and new business. Five industrial parks and more than 800 businesses including wonderful antique and specialty shops keep the local economy strong and vital. Other highlights include first-rate schools, a golf course, a YMCA, county fairgrounds, harness racing, and the annual Applefest. The countryside that surrounds both of these sister communities is dotted with fruit orchards.

 

Mason
City Offices
513-229-8500
www.imaginemason.org

Chamber of Commerce
513-336-0125
www.madechamber.org

The former farming community of Mason has evolved over the decades into a progressive and rapidly developing city with a strong industrial base. Mason is home to more than 500 businesses that include several premier companies. The small-town spirit that prevails in this prestigious corporate community has attracted phenomenal growth in recent years and property values are soaring. Mason is also recognized as the resort area of southwestern Ohio and welcomes throngs of visitors to stellar attractions like Paramount’s Kings Island Amusement Park, The Beach Waterpark, and The Golf Center at Kings Island. The city also hosts the world-famous Western & Southern Financial Group Masters & Women’s Open at the spectacular Lindner Family Tennis Center. Outstanding schools, a prime location, exceptional city services, and first-rate recreational amenities keep Mason at the stop of the list for desirability.

 

Middletown
City Services
513-425-7766
www.ci.middletown.oh.us

Chamber of Commerce
513-422-4551
www.thechamberofcommerce.org

Middletown is aptly named for its centralized location between the major metropolitan centers of Cincinnati and Dayton. As the home of Miami University Middletown, the city offers the intellectual, educational, and cultural stimulation associated with a college town. This regional campus for Miami University offers a wide range of programs to commuters and enriches the entire community with its cultural arts series. Tranquil neighborhoods offer a wide range of housing styles and settings, from historic to rural and contemporary. The bustling Interstate 75 corridor provides a convenient commercial district just minutes from town. Community highlights include an arts consortium, and award-winning hotel and conference center, a state-of-the-art library, golf courses, sports clubs, swimming pools, acres of lush parks, and an active YMCA.

 

Springboro, Clear Creek Township
Springboro Offices
937-748-4343
www.ci.springboro.oh.us
Clear Creek Offices
937-748-1267
www.clearcreektownship.com

Chamber of Commerce
937-748-0074
www.springboroohio.org

One of the county’s fastest-growing cities, Springboro attracts new residents to attractive housing, excellent schools, and a picturesque setting of rolling farmland. Springboro was named on CNNMoney’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in America list, the city ranked 42nd in 2010. The master plan for the city is designed to control expansion and preserve the small-town qualities that are valued so highly in this family-oriented community. One of the most charming features of the town is the six-block section of South Main Street listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to the area are able to see the original Quaker houses with secret rooms that hid slaves who escaped on the Underground Railroad during the Civil War era. Homes styles range from magnificent 19th century properties to new developments. Excellent schools, an 18-hole public golf course, and a popular dinner theater add to the quality of life.

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