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.

wcordes@glendaleohio.org

Walter Cordes
Interim Administrator

Village of Glendale
30 Village Square
Glendale Ohio 45246

Office:
513-771-7200
Fax:
513-771-7318

   




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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


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