Springfield Township, Ohio
According to the 2000 Census, Springfield Township is Hamilton County's fourth largest township, with a population of 37,587.
The township consists primarily of the neighborhoods of Finneytown and New Burlington. Numerous civic and youth organizations are active in the area, and there are five branches of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Springfield Township strikes a nice balance between the close-knit friendliness of its residents and the conveniences of its location within the Greater Cincinnati area.
Springfield Township is 15 minutes north of downtown Cincinnati, just west of I-75. The Ronald Reagan Highway bisects the township, connecting Colerain to the west with Montgomery to the east, and offering easy access to I-275, I-75 and I-71.
Springfield Township is located minutes from the concentration of hospitals in the Clifton/Mt. Auburn area, which is just to the south off I-75.
Numerous local merchants provide daily necessities. The Tri-County, Northgate and Forest Fair Malls, as well as the Kenwood Towne Centre, are within 15 to 20 minutes' drive.
Springfield Township offers a number of recreational facilities and organizations, including 126 acres of parks. Winton Woods Park, one of the largest parks in the Hamilton County Parks system, is located in Greenhills, just north of the township.