Montgomery is a vibrant, high-quality, family oriented suburb of 10,800 located northeast of Cincinnati, Ohio, 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). Montgomery is now easily accessible at the crossroads of I-275, I-71, Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway and US 22/Ohio 3, or locally known as Montgomery Road, the “main street” through town.
The colorful landscape, tree-lined streets and miles of brick paver sidewalks in Montgomery lend themselves to the charming “Americana” feel of this well-preserved, historic community. It is home to wonderfully quaint old buildings that are a reminder of a quieter, slower time in the community. The treasured Montgomery Heritage District, located in and around Montgomery Road, is a diversified and unique destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment with storefront shops, nationally-recognized and fine ethnic restaurants, galleries, services and performance venues.
Montgomery’s history is reflected in who lived here, what they did, and what they built in which to live, work, be schooled and attend church. The more one learns about the earliest families, and envisions their arrival in the wooded forests and rock creeks that we call the bustling suburb today, the more one realizes the physical courage and strength of vision these early pioneers had.
Learn more by visiting our history page.