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Welcome to Campbell County!

Campbell County, Kentucky… Where city meets bluegrass. Learn about this first-class place in which to work, live, learn, and play. Its global connections, rich cultural heritage, top educational institutions, and vibrant entertainment offer an extraordinary environment for business and family. Whether you want to interact with Fortune 500 companies, take in a Reds game, or enjoy miles of trails by horseback, Campbell County has what you are looking for.

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Alexandria is a great place to live, work, or shop. We’re just about 30 minutes from downtown Cincinnati and the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky International Airport, less than that to great shopping, either at regional malls or our own Village Green Shopping Center. Of course, Alexandria has dozens of specialty retailers and good restaurants as well.

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As part of the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky region, Bellevue remains a strong, but quaint, community of over 5,000 residents, known for the variety and uniqueness of architecture.

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A post office has been in operation at California since 1852. The community was named after the state of California. California was incorporated as a city on February 7, 1874. The Elijah Herndon House in California is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Campbell County.

Cold Spring

The City of Cold Spring was officially incorporated in March 1941, however, the name evolved from a natural cold water spring located in the area that was discovered in the 1780’s. It is rumored that Daniel Boone acquired 500 acres in the area in return for his Revolutionary War Service, and that the spring had been discovered when he sold the land in 1785. The spring has been described as a natural u-shaped rock formation.

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Incorporated in 1867 by joining two communities, Jamestown and Brooklyn, Dayton Kentucky is a bustling bedroom community located directly across the Ohio River from Downtown Cincinnati. A walkable community, Dayton offers a
diversity of housing and businesses for all.

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Fort Thomas

General Sheridan was asked in 1887 to survey a beautiful hilltop site overlooking the Ohio River with the thought of making it an Army Post. A more suitable location than the lower-lying water-logged Newport Post was needed. Repeated flooding of the barracks was becoming costly as well as disrupting training for weeks at a time. Standing atop a bluff, he selected 111 acres and declared this “Highlands” area to be the “West Point of the West.” Not only did General Sheridan approve of the location, but also named it after his Civil War companion General George H. Thomas, the “Rock of Chicamauga”.

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Highland Heights

Nestled in the hills of Northern Kentucky, just seven miles south of Cincinnati, our quiet suburb got its start as a farm community in the 1920s. To this day, we’ve maintained our small-town intimacy and security, while providing convenient access to a vibrant metropolis. We’re also home to one of Kentucky’s fastest growing post-secondary institutions, Northern Kentucky University (NKU).

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Melbourne is a home rule-class city in Campbell County, Kentucky, United States, along the south bank of the Ohio River. The population was 401 at the 2010 census. St. Anne Convent is located in Melbourne; scenes from the movie Rain Man were filmed there.


Founded in 1795, Newport provides an excellent mix of historic amenities and Contemporary development.
The community’s riverfront area provides a striking view of the Cincinnati skyline and is host to premier attractions including the Newport Aquarium, Newport on the Levee, and the nearby World Peace Bell.
Newport is also home to the East Row Historic District and a revitalized, historic downtown filled with eclectic businesses.

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Silver Grove

Nestled among tree-lined streets in Campbell County, Kentucky, sits the City of Silver Grove.
Founded in 1911 along the Ohio River as a railroad town, Silver Grove is home to 400 local residences with a population of just over 1300. While retaining the small town feel, we have all the amenities of larger cities.

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Established in 1907, historic Southgate, Kentucky is located in Campbell County.
The Southgate, Kentucky Volunteer Fire Department is one of the oldest fire departments in Northern Kentucky.
The Evergreen Cemetery in Southgate Kentucky was once home to a Civil War Battery and is now the final resting place for some of the most important people of Northern Kentucky.


Wilder is a unique town with a mixture of rural, suburban and urban type settings. Our business community is growing and consists of everything from heavy industrial users to professional offices and commercial attractions. Wilder has a unique quality in terms of location. There are major interstates that are readily accessible in all directions. Downtown Cincinnati is only 5 minutes away and the Northern Kentucky Greater Cincinnati International Airport is only 20 minutes away. Wilder borders one of the finest and fastest growing universities in the state; Northern Kentucky University. This makes Wilder a great place to locate your business or home.

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