Ohio Township has 5,100 residents with approximately half of them residing in unincorporated areas. New Richmond is located within the township along the Ohio River. The village of New Richmond was settled in the late 1700s and became a village in 1828. It later became a hub for steamboat building.
Ohio Township features homes in all price ranges and styles. From newly built two-story brick homes in subdivisions to older homes to houses with land, one finds many options.
State Routes 132 and 52 bisect Ohio Township. A portion of the township is located along the Ohio River. I-275 is the closest interstate.
Mercy Health - Anderson Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Anderson and Eastgate are the closest medical facilities. HealthSource of Ohio is located in New Richmond providing health-care services.
New Richmond has several local shops and restaurants for every day needs. A drive to the Eastgate and Anderson areas in Cincinnati offers more shopping opportunities with national brand stores and restaurants.
New Richmond has five parks: Susanna Park, Hausserman Park, Rose Vesper Park, Union Square Park and Plum Street Park as we as the August Street Boat Launch and a the Village Bandstand. The yearly River Arts Festival is held in New Richmond. In August, River Days is celebrated in New Richmond and in December there is an annual River Village Christmas weekend event.