Introduction to Blue Ash, Ohio
Blue Ash, Ohio, in Hamilton county, is 6 miles NE of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city is in the Cincinnati area. There are 12,513 residents in Blue Ash.
Blue Ash History
Blue Ash was founded sometime in the 18th century. It got its name from the Carpenter’s Run Blue Ash Church which was built from logs of the blue ash tree. Blue Ash continued to be a rural community throughout the 19th century. The first major business that opened in the area was the Blue Ash Building and Loan. It was founded in 1908 and continues to operate to this day. Blue Ash was incorporated as a village in 1955 and as a city in 1961.
Blue Ash and nearby Attractions
- Town Square
- Blue Ash Golf Course
- Blue Ash Recreation Center
- Carter Lake
- Promont House Museum
- Little Miami State Park
Things To Do In Blue Ash
Blue Ash offers a wide variety of opportunities for entertainment and recreation. The city’s Parks and Recreation department plans and organizes entertainment and educational programs throughout the year. It also offers classes on various activities. The city has tennis courts, gymnasiums, swimming pools, and a golf course.
Blue Ash Transportation
Northern Kentucky International provides air transportation facilities.
Blue Ash Higher Education
The University of Cincinnati-Raymond Walters College is the local educational institution. Xavier University and University of Cincinnati lie within a radius of 15 miles.