Known as the "City of Progress," Sharonville was incorporated in 1962 and has a statutory form of government. Residents and Sharonville businesses benefit from 3 fire stations, 5 multi-use buildings, 17 ball fields, 2 community centers with pools, a 52 unit retirement community, 5 parks, a re-developed downtown & "Depot Square", 5 tennis courts, and a convention center!
There are over 20 hotels, 50 restaurants and 1,200 businesses in Sharonville. With a residential population of 14,000 and a work population of 37,000, Sharonville is a hub of activity.
Sharonville encompasses 11 square miles at a prime location between I-75, I-71 and I-275 in Greater Cincinnati; about 18 miles north of the Ohio River.
Sharonville City Council meetings are recorded and can be seen on Spectrum channel 18 and Cincinnati Bell Fioptics channel 848 on Wednesdays at 4:00 PM, Fridays at 5:00 PM and Sundays at 9:00 AM. The most recent meeting will play each week at these times until a new meeting occurrs.
Online videos may be seen below.
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