Montgomery Road Redevelopment Plan
The Montgomery Road Redevelopment Plan is an action plan designed to recommend short term, low cost improvements, and medium term more capital intensive improvements to guide the revitalization of the corridor and continue to attract and encourage the right kinds of private investment in a manner that reflects the aspirations and pride of the City of Norwood.
ASAP Norwood is a collaborative group working to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in Norwood. Their work is evidence based and grounded in research to reduce access and availability of substances to youth and the community through addressing social norms, strengthening community relationships, and addressing policy to create a system of change.
Hamilton County Board of Elections
Looking for your Ward Precinct or where you should vote? The Hamilton County Board of Elections is conveniently located within Norwood city limits. Please visit their website below.
Norwood Chamber of Commerce
The Norwood Chamber of Commerce helps advance the business, professional, civic, and cultural interest of the City of Norwood under the democratic system of free, competitive enterprise.
Norwood City School District
Norwood is a great place to be educated. Tradition in Norwood means we provide excellent teachers, caring adults, a high quality-learning environment, strong curriculum opportunities, athletic and fine arts opportunities in beautiful neighborhood schools. We have a board of education that is committed to keeping students at the heart of their decision-making. All these things are honored and valued. At Norwood, learning is personalized and success is ensured. We are dedicated to educating the whole child with our many extra-curricular opportunities.
Address 2132 Williams Avenue, Norwood, Ohio 45212
Phone: (513) 924-2500
Community partner that has a mission to grow and build equitable economic and community development in Norwood. Their vision comes directly from residents and stakeholders in our community. When they look to the future, they want Norwood to be a diverse destination city where households thrive, businesses prosper, and everyone is welcome.
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Off Pike Market
Off Pike Market was created provide the community with a place to gather and encourage micro-businesses and entrepreneurs in the growth and development of their business. Please feel free to check out their Facebook page for upcoming events.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County - Norwood Branch
Library service in the Village of Norwood began in 1898, when the Cincinnati and Hamilton County library system established a book delivery station in a drugstore. The current building, completed in 1907, was built with funds donated by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. The Italian Renaissance style structure features two Rookwood urns near the front entrance and two Clement Barnhorn bas reliefs. In 2001, a number of improvements were made to the existing facility, including the restoration of some of the building’s original architectural elements and the purchase of new furniture, shelving, carpeting, lighting and computer equipment.
Address: 4325 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45212
Phone: (513) 369-6037
REDI Cincinnati connects businesses with the data, partners, and resources needed to make the best decision for your company. In this region, you’re only one cup of coffee away from decision makers. We’ll make the connections that can help your business prosper.
Rookwood Commons & Pavilion
Rookwood Commons & Pavilion is the first choice for shopping and dining in the Greater Cincinnati Region. Its luxurious settings feature over 70 fine stores and restaurants.
Address: Rookwood Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
State of Ohio BMV Deputy Registrar- Norwood
Located at 4566 Montgomery Road within the Surrey Square Shopping Center, the city of Norwood now has a State of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) located within city limits. Please visit their website below for more information.
The Wasson Way is a bike and pedestrian trail that will stretch over 7 miles from Victory Parkway to the Little Miami Bike Trail in Newtown. It will give 100,000 people, living within one mile of the trail, access to a network of over 100 miles of bike and pedestrian trails. Currently, phase one of the project has been completed. This section runs from Tamarack Avenue near Dana Avenue in Norwood to Madison Road, near La Rosa's and Busken Bakery in Hyde Park. While a short section, it connects to the City of Norwood, Withrow High School, and Rookwood Commons & Pavilion shopping areas.
Address: Trail begins right next to Metro Scooter, 3716 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45207.