Quick Links and Resources
Colerain Township is committed to providing you with all the resources possible to help your business thrive and expand. With a population of 58,499 residents and nearly 1,100 businesses, Colerain Township is a busy and diverse place. Click here to find more data regarding the Township's demographics. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our Development Department at (513-385-7500) or email Geoff Milz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Connect with the Colerain Chamber for networking, cost-saving benefits, referrals, marketing opportunities, increased visibility, learning programs and involvement with community leadership.||Colerain Township is now accepting applications for citizen representatives to the Colerain Township Community Improvement Corporation (CIC).|
|Ohio Revised Code 5709.85 requires the Township to create a Tax Incentive Review Council (TIRC) to review all existing Township tax incentives on an annual basis.||The Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) Board meets to review the existing JEDD with the City of Cheviot for the Liberty Nursing Health Care site.|
|Click above to read more about the guide of regional resources and organizations that assist businesses with growing and expanding.||The Port Authority is working to provide housing options across multiple price points ranging from affordable to market-rate.|
|Hamilton County Development Company (HCDC) is a private not-for-profit economic development company with a public purpose to help job-creating small businesses grow.||The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) works to support Ohio's businesses, large and small, as they maneuver in the global economy.|
|REDI Cincinnati connects businesses with the data, partners, and resources needed to make the best decision for your company and helps explore available sites and incentives.||JobsOhio plays a leading role in economic development and serves as a catalyst to accelerate growth by investing in communities, helping Ohio's businesses expand and attracting new companies to the state.|