The area that is now Blue Ash was settled in 1791. Blue Ash is a suburb of Cincinnati, OH and has a total area of 7.5 square miles. Blue Ash is conveniently located North of Cincinnati and is accessible by 4 highways, I-75, I-71, I-275 and Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway. Blue Ash is just a 20 minute commute to Cincinnati. According to the 2010 census, there were 12,114 people, 5,015 households, and 3,404 families residing in the Blue Ash.
Sycamore Community School District serves most of Blue Ash and the Princeton City School District serves the western portion of the city. UC Blue Ash, a satellite campus of the University of Cincinnati located in Blue Ash.
Blue Ash is the home of Blue Ash Golf Course, a 6,800 yard Par 72 championship golf course. Blue Ash residents and those paying Blue Ash income tax will get a jump on tee times with proof of residency or employment. Blue Ash also has a large YMCA and a recreational center.
Two full-service hospitals are located within minutes of Blue Ash, including Bethesda North Hospital and Jewish Hospital. There are several medical offices in Blue Ash that specialize in different medicines including the Cincinnati Eye Institute.
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