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 Time Warner Cable channel 18 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.