Sharonville's Office of Economic Development is dedicated to building a vibrant and thriving local economy by attracting new investment and jobs through marketing, recruitment and working with existing employers.
The City of Sharonville is well renowned for its business-friendly policies and quaint home-town feel. Sharonville is located within the Greater Cincinnati region of Southwest Ohio, home to some of the nation’s fastest growing communities. Just 12 miles north of downtown Cincinnati1, Sharonville nests along I-275 and I-75, with I-71 only one mile away from the City limits, allowing for four interstate exits to provide access to the City.
Sharonville’s strategic location has encouraged development in leading regional industries like tourism, transportation, engineering, automotive, and logistics. Long before highway systems were introduced, Sharonville had a strong presence of transportation and logistics. In the late 18th century, Sharonville became a hub of development and commerce as a railroad depot set to call Sharonville home. As years went by, transportation continued to be a major driver of the town’s development, thus creating the vibrant community we operate today.
Sharonville is accessible by Interstate 75 and Interstate 275.
Within 600 miles (1000km) are:
- 43% of the nation’s population
- 41% of the nation’s purchasing power
- 44% of the nations’ manufacturing
- Sharon Road from I-75
Four direct interstate exits:
- Glendale-Milford Road from I-75
- Mosteller Road from I-275
- U.S. route 42 from I-275
Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Delta Airlines’ second largest hub, is located within 30 miles of Sharonville.
Sharonville is served by both Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads.