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About Fairfield

Fairfield is a mid-size city in Ohio, spread across Butler and Hamilton counties. The city is north of Cincinnati and considered an outer-ring suburb of the city, which means that while it doesn't share a direct border, it's still a part of Greater Cincinnati. As a Fairfield resident, you'll benefit from big-city attractions while enjoying the safety, community spirit and leisurely pace of small-town life.

Living in Fairfield

Fairfield has many of the same conveniences other suburbs enjoy, such as strip malls, a major shopping center, entertainment, bars, restaurants and recreation. Several parks are located in the city, with larger state parks nearby. The parks and recreation department is also one of only 135 in the nation accredited by the National Recreation and Park Association.

Winton Woods offers golfing, canoeing, camping and other outdoor recreation activities just a few miles away. In town, you'll find large retail outlets, chain restaurants and two large shopping plazas. Fairfield also offers an arts and culture scene that's surprisingly active, given its small size. The Community Arts Center hosts theater productions, concerts and many family events. You can also take advantage of its dance studio, pottery studio and children's play area.

Jobs in Fairfield

Being so close to Cincinnati, most people in Fairfield work either in or around the larger city. You'll find many commuters on the roads each morning, since many homes and condos near Pleasant Avenue and Augusta Boulevard are in demand for their proximity to the interstate and Route 127.

However, if you'd prefer to stay close to home, Fairfield offers a burgeoning economy with companies in construction, finance, sales and other industries that are establishing headquarters or field offices here. Cincinnati Financial, a large insurance company, has its headquarters in Fairfield. Other major employers include Liberty Mutual, Mercy Hospital and Koch Foods.

Fairfield Schools

Fairfield City School District operates the public schools in Fairfield. In the past, the district has achieved exceptional ratings from the Ohio Department of Education. Greater Butler County offers a handful of private schools, including Montessori and faith-based campuses for children of all ages.

Resources for Moving to Fairfield

As you get ready to move to Fairfield, the following resources will be helpful:

  • Utilities: Duke Energy is the primary energy provider in Fairfield, though the Butler Rural Electric Co-op does serve some homes. The city oversees water and sewer services.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Rumpke is the city's waste disposal company, and it provides weekly trash and recyclables collection.
  • Transportation: The Butler County Regional Transit Authority offers public transportation options in Greater Butler County.

Fairfield Housing

Since Fairfield is within commuting distance of Cincinnati and offers a pleasant lifestyle, homes are in demand here. However, prices have remained rather affordable. Many single-level ranches, two- and three-story family homes, condos and apartments are available in the city.

A large number of condos and co-ops can be found near and around Route 127. Many luxury homes at the upper end of the pricing spectrum are available in neighborhoods to the east and west of the city center. In addition, there are many affordable homes under the median price, including foreclosed homes and homes that need remodeling. Empty lots ready for building are also available.