Founded in 1855, the Village of Glendale, Ohio is a northern suburb of Cincinnati with a land area of 1.7 square miles and a population of 2,155 people. Glendale is one of only four communities in Hamilton County that does not have an income tax. Known for its quiet, peaceful living, Glendale is a perennial National Arbor Foundation “Tree City” and boasts a much lower than average crime rate, close proximity to a major shopping complex, fast access to the Interstate system, and excellent schools. In 1977 Glendale became the first village in Ohio designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

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Please contact the Village Administrator should you need additional information, have a service request, or need any other governmental support.

Walter Cordes
Village Administrator

Village of Glendale
30 Village Square
Glendale Ohio 45246




Schools of Glendale

Bethany School
555 Albion Avenue
Glendale, Ohio 45246-4649
(513) 771-7462
    Glendale Elementary School
930 Congress Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
(513) 771-8300

St. Gabriel School
18 West Sharon Road
Glendale, Ohio 45246
(513) 771-5220
    Princeton Middle School
200 Viking Way
Cincinnati OH 45246
(513) 552-8500

Princeton High School
100 Viking Way
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 552-8200

Harry Whiting Brown

Saint Edmund's Chaple on Sharon Avenue

The Harry Whiting Brown Scout House
Harry Whiting Brown

Glendale Heritage Preservation

Glendale Heritage Preservation Museum

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