Crescent Springs, ky
During the last ten years, Crescent Springs has grown along with all of Northern Kentucky. Buttermilk Pike was once a one lane dirt road compared to its current 5 lane state highway. Official Commonwealth of Kentucky traffic counts conducted in 2008 show that 32,500 cars pass between I-75 and Anderson Road at least twice a day.
As our town grew, our problems grew as well. Progress made change. Crescent Springs grew from a farming community to a well-planned town with a strong economy. Families found Crescent Springs to be a most desirable place to live. A City Park was established in 1997 and is the focal point for activities within our City.
Crescent Springs has been fortunate to have forward thinking Mayors for the last 25 years. Their vision of how to deal with residential and business growth prepared the City for its future. Because of proper planning and foresight, Crescent Springs continues to enjoy a low property tax rate. Crescent Springs is known as a very desirable place to live because of great residential housing and the availability of stores, restaurants and service related businesses.
Crescent Springs is one of the many suburban cities in Northern Kentucky located in Kenton County, and is a part of the Cincinnati, Ohio metropolitan area. The City offers excellent commuter and transportation amenities such as Interstate 75, close proximity to the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, both passenger and freight railroad service (Cincinnati) as well as a well-maintained state and county road system.
Residents of our area have excellent dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities. We are just 10 minutes from Florence Mall which has its own exit from I-75 (eliminating street traffic). The beautiful hill-lined Ohio River is a popular warm-weather playground for watersport enthusiasts.
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