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Get to Know Cincinnati

Cincinnati is an affordable, fun place to live and train with access to countless cultural, athletic and community activities, including a Broadway-quality performance arts theater and countless acres of green hills and river valleys perfect for hiking, biking, kayaking, and boating. Ideally located a short drive from many locales, opportunities abounds for exploration of regional venues to ski resorts to urban cities. As a potential resident, learn all that the greater Cincinnati area has to offer.

Cincinnati 411

Cincinnati is a thriving creative city full of culture and diversity. We’re a vibrant  collection of people communities where everyone can make a difference, whether  you’re a longtime resident or a relative newcomer. We’re a city of innovators and doers committed to the essential work needed to make Cincinnati an inclusive, welcoming place to call home.

Food, Drink and Entertainment

The Cincinnati Region offers foodies everything from one-of-a-kind tastes to five-diamond dining. Each pocket of the region features restaurants, bakeries, cafés and markets that faithfully celebrate its unique style from comfort food to a fusion of exotic flavors.

We opened its first brewery in 1812. Today there are over sixty, and every autumn more than 700,000 people help us celebrate that heritage with America’s largest Oktoberfest. Kentucky’s storied Bourbon Trail begins here as well, offering connoisseurs a vast selection that is the envy of the world.

Cincinnati sustains several first-rate performing arts organizations and hosts world-class touring shows and exhibits as well.


In the summer, you can root for the Cincinnati Reds…America’s very first professional baseball team. In the autumn, cheer on the Bengals…or one of Major League Soccer’s newest teams, FC Cincinnati. Basketball fans can follow NCAA tournament regulars Xavier, University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University.

We also host NASCAR, horse racing and a legendary tennis tournament. With five rivers in the area, we’re overflowing with water activities, but we also have 23,000 miles of long-distance trails and hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails. As for family fun, we offer fantastic amusement parks like Coney Island and Kings Island, as well as the Newport Aquarium, and the nation’s second oldest zoo.

Innovation, Education and Economy

The region’s intellectual capital is strong, anchored by giants like Kroger, P&G, Fifth Third Bank, GE Aviation and an Amazon hub. We are locally, regionally and nationally recognized for groundbreaking advances in healthcare including cancer treatments, cardiac care, and robotic surgery to name a few.

We also know that education is key to a community’s strength and future. The Cincinnati area has four major universities, three of Ohio’s top ten High Schools and two of Kentucky’s top five. We also have a variety of outstanding public and private school choices that focus on everything from religion to trade to the arts.

Neighborhoods and Lifestyle

Over 2.2 million people reside in our diverse and inviting neighborhoods. In a number of our most sought-after communities, the median home prices and rents are well below national averages. And yet everything is readily accessible because the average daily commute clocks in at just under 25 minutes.

Cincinnati At-A-Glance

  • The city’s population is about 300,000. The metropolitan area, which includes 15 counties, has a population of approximately 2.2 million.
  • Cincinnati is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies and two Fortune 100 companies.
  • More than 300 colleges and universities are located within a 200-mile radius of Cincinnati.
  • Forbes magazine named Cincinnati the 5th most affordable metropolitan area in the U.S. and the 9th best city for raising a family.
  • Men’s Health magazine named Cincinnati among the fittest cities in the country for children.
  • AmericanStyle magazine recently ranked Cincinnati No. 9 on its list of 25 Midsize Cities for Art.
  • AOL Real Estate ranked Cincinnati among its top 10 cities for young people.

(Source: Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce)

Explore What Cincinnati Has to Offer:

Surrounding locales and communities where TriHealth also has a presence:

  • Butler County
  • City of Lebanon
  • City Of Oxford