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About Amelia

Amelia is a small village in Ohio’s Clermont County, located in the state’s southwestern corner. Despite the village’s small size, it has seen rapid growth in recent years and more than doubled its population between 1990 and 2010. A large majority of the people living in and relocating to Amelia are young families drawn by its small-town way of life and friendly, welcoming community.

The History of Amelia

The village of Amelia was never officially platted, making it unique among the communities of Clermont County. Its early settlers lived in log cabins and constructed several mills in the area. The community was known as Milltown for its many mills, which eventually blended into the name Milton.

However, when a post office was established in the community in 1836, a new name was chosen. Locals chose the name Amelia, as a nod to Amelia Bowdoin, who was a well-liked tollgate operator on the area’s portion of the Ohio Turnpike. Today, Amelia Bowdoin’s home still stands on the village’s Main Street.

Living in Amelia

Amelia locals are known for being very involved in their community, whether it’s through one of the many community clubs and organizations or its special events. Holiday celebrations are an annual tradition, as are the numerous village-wide yard sales and community clean-ups.

You can also get to know your neighbors by joining one of Amelia’s clubs, like the photography club or the garden club. Village clubs generally meet regularly, and club activities are proudly shared on the city website.

Amelia Schools

The West Clermont School District operates the public elementary, middle and high schools in and around Amelia. There’s just one private school within the village, but you can find more schools in neighboring communities.

Resources for Moving to Amelia

Use the following information to help you plan your move to Amelia:

  • Utilities: Major utilities providers in Amelia and Clermont County include Duke Energy and Clermont County Water & Sewer.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Most homes in Amelia receive collection services from Rumpke Refuse.
  • Transportation: The Clermont Transportation Connection operates an express route between Amelia and downtown Cincinnati.

Amelia Housing

Even though Amelia is relatively small, you may be surprised to find that it offers a wide variety of housing options. Home prices are generally affordable, and you can find a very good deal if you’re willing to take on a fixer-upper project. New construction is also available in Amelia, primarily large, single-family homes on landscaped lots.