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Special Meeting Notice - Zoning Commissi…

30-06-2015 Hits:88 Featured Super User

There will be a Special Meeting held by the Fairfield Township Zoning Commission on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, at 7:00pm. Purpose is to approve the minutes for Case FTZC-15, Heritage...

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2014 CDBG Project Complete

30-06-2015 Hits:57 Featured Super User

The 2014 Belmont Storm Sewer Project has been completed.  For pictures please go to the Fairfield Township Facebook Page.

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BW Falls Farmers Market and Cruise In Cl…

29-06-2015 Hits:87 Featured Julie Vonderhaar

 Cool cars, fresh fiid, and great music every Thursday from 5-8pm.  Event runs from July 2 thru September 10.  Please contact BW Falls if there are questions.

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Notice of Public Meeting - July 8, 2015

12-06-2015 Hits:385 Featured Julie Vonderhaar

A Work Meeting will be held on July 8, 2015, at 6:00pm.  This will be followed by a Board Meeting at 6:30pm.  Both meetings will be held at the Administration...

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2015 Signage Grant Awarded to Fairfield …

21-05-2015 Hits:433 Featured Super User

2015 Signage Grant The Fairfield Township Service Department and Board of Trustees are pleased to announce that Fairfield Township has been awarded the 2015 Signage Upgrade Grant. This grant is awarded...

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HOME: Welcome To Fairfield Township

Fairfield Township is a dynamic growing community that has a wide range of activities and amenities. Founded in 1795, our community has evolved from a predominately agricultural community to become an urban township that continues to embrace our natural resources. We are located in southwestern Ohio, about 22 miles north of Cincinnati. Approximately 22,000 residents currently live here. Fairfield Township offers shopping, parks, assorted residential properties within its borders, and easy access to regional amenities.

Whatever your interest, you will find it available nearby. Our residents enjoy the convenience of the expansive recreational, cultural and business areas of Greater Cincinnati and Dayton. For example, the Township is close to the rich arts culture of Music Hall, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Fitton Center. Local sports fans embrace professional teams like the Cincinnati Reds, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cincinnati Cyclones.

Educational opportunities abound for Fairfield Township residents. Both private and public educational options are available for children. The township is also home to Butler Tech, which is one of Ohio's largest career-technical schools. Nationally known schools like the University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Xavier and the University of Dayton are easily accessible to our residents.

Our residents enjoy a wide range of recreational activities. The township manages two public parks and there are a number of county parks in the area. Rentschler Forest is the largest Metropark in the county at 443 acres and offers our residents a truly natural setting along the Great Miami River. Hiking, biking, geocaching, basketball, tennis and frisbee golf are just a few of the things you will find happening at our parks. Several select youth baseball and softball teams call the township home. The East Butler YMCA offers activities for children and adults alike.

Housing options range from small starter homes to high-end homes. In Fairfield Township you can build a home in one of our new neighborhoods or purchase a classic home in an established neighborhood.

The township offers expansive retail and dining options. We are home to Bridgewater Falls shopping complex and the Regency Center, which includes Kohl’s, Office Depot, HH Gregg, Wal-Mart Superstore and more. Many other small businesses offer a range of services and products to our residents.

Fairfield Township is conveniently located with easy access to Cincinnati and Dayton. Using State Route 129 and State Route 4, the Township has easy access to all the major interstates such as I-275, I-75, I-71, and I-74. Air travel to and from the township is accommodated with the Butler County Regional Airport, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and with the Dayton International Airport. The township is bordered by the City of Hamilton to the west, the City of Fairfield to the south, Saint Clair Township to the north and Liberty Township to the east.