Anderson At A Glance
Anderson Township Offers Lush Living in the Greater Cincinnati Area
If Cincinnati is a great place for work and play, then Anderson Township is the perfect place to relax and simply live! The best of both worlds begins with a move to Anderson Township with your friendly All My Sons movers. Once our movers in Anderson and greater Cincinnati have you settled in, you’ll find plenty of reasons to love this comfortable community.
Anderson is located a mere nine miles away from downtown Cincinnati; a comfortable community of 43,500 residents with big city access and more breathing room. Founded in 1793, Anderson Township’s first settlers were quick to realize the benefits of creating a home bordered by the Ohio River and the Little Miami Scenic River, giving Anderson a total of 16 miles of scenic riverfront property.
Anderson’s three-member Board of Township Trustees, the township’s highest governing body, is adamant about preserving the natural beauty of Anderson while taking care to devote a large portion of land for residential construction. While movers in Anderson are busy moving new residents here, careful planning ensures a balance that limits development and promotes environmental sensitivity. To date, Anderson is the only township in Ohio with a green-space program that protects over 500 acres of undeveloped land.
Anderson Township is further divided into several smaller districts, or "township cities." Forestville, Dry Run, Turpin Hills, Cherry Grove, Fruit Hill, Sherwood, and Newtown round out the roster of Anderson neighborhoods. These neighborhoods, along with Mt. Washington, Hamilton County, and Western Clermont County make up what your Anderson movers refer to as the Anderson Area.
If you’re tempted to think of Anderson as a bedroom community to Cincinnati, browse through Anderson’s directory of 1,600 businesses. An estimated 20,000 people work in Anderson Township, and the Forest Hills School District is among the top employers. Forest Hills consists of nine schools covering grades K-12 and has received the Ohio State rating of “Excellent” for seven consecutive years, including 2007.