Symmes Township is located in what was originally the Symmes Purchase. The township was incorporated by an act of the General Assembly on January 19, 1822. However, its year of establishment is usually given as 1824, as seen in the township's previous logo. In 1853, the Little Miami Railroad was completed, connecting the township to Cincinnati. Symmes Township is conveniently situated between Indian Hill, Loveland, Sycamore Township and Montgomery. It offers an extensive park system, with easy access to walking trails, the Loveland Bike Trail, shopping, restuarants, and highways.
Three different school districts include parts of the township: the Indian Hill Exempted Village School District serves the southern part of the township, the Loveland City School District serves the northeastern part of the township, the Sycamore Community School District serves the western part of the township. Many private schools are located near Symmes Township as well, including Cincinnati Country Day School, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Archbishop Moeller High School, Ursuline Academy, St. Margaret of York Elementary School, and St. Columban School.
The township is also served by a branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
For more information on Symmes Township, please visit the townships website.