Founded in 1815, the city of Mason, Ohio had modest beginnings primarily as a farming community. Now, the city is one of the Greater Cincinnati area’s most prestigious neighborhoods. In 2013, Mason was ranked the 7th best place to live for families among small towns by Money Magazine. in 2013. The Mason City School District boasts the largest high school in Ohio, as well as an “Excellent” rating.
Mason is the largest city in Warren County and located in southwest Warren County. Mason is a 30-minute drive from downtown Cincinnati. It is served by two major highways: I-71 and I-75, and I-275, State Route 129 and Ronald Reagan Highway are all easily accessed. Mason is neighbored by the communities of West Chester, Fairfield, Sycamore Township, Lebanon, Kings Mills and Maineville.
The city counts Procter and Gamble, Luxottica, Cintas, Mitsubishi Electric, L-3 Communications and Heinz among its top employers.