Montgomery

The City of Montgomery is located near Interstates 71, 75, 275, and State Route 126 (Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway) providing Montgomery residents with quick access to most major attractions.
The Montgomery Heritage District consists of over 120 unique shops, services and dining establishments surrounded by historic landmarks and cobblestone walkways.

Parks and recreation consists of six parks, one nature preserve, and a municipal swimming pool that provide recreation activities for the whole family.

A variety of recreational classes and programs are also available to residents of the community throughout the year.
Montgomery is a vibrant, high-quality, family-oriented city of 10,000 that embraces its future while valuing the traditions and history of its past.

Founded in 1795, Montgomery was known for generations as a stopping point along the old “3-C” Highway (Cincinnati-Columbus-Cleveland). It is home to wonderfully quaint old buildings that are a reminder of a quieter, slower time in our community. The City’s downtown Heritage District consists of over 120 unique shops, services and dining establishments that are surrounded by historic landmark properties, classically designed streetlamps and brick walkways, and a general ambiance of days gone by. The community has 33 properties that have been designated as Montgomery landmarks, eight of which are on the National Register for Historic Places.

Today’s Montgomery is an integral part of the Cincinnati Metropolitan area and features beautiful neighborhoods, wonderful community parks , top-quality services, and a nationally recognized school system. Montgomery also values its diverse business community that provides services and retail opportunities to residents and visitors alike. A variety of religion institutions and active civic and community organizations also provide opportunities and services to our citizens.

Montgomery’s park system consists of over 80 acres of protected green space. Currently there are six parks, a nature preserve and pool. Each park is filled with natural beauty and recreation activities for the entire family.

What makes these parks unique among Cincinnati communities is that they are connected by over 10 miles of bike paths and sidewalks, allowing easy access for all residents.

 

Montgomery Links:

City of Montgomery

Montgomery Parks

Symphony Orchestra