The business community of Greenhills is made up of a great variety of very dedicated businesses!  The Village's business sector is small but mighty, providing about half of the Village's tax base.


Greenhills is primarily a residential community. As one of three "Greenbelt Communities" built by the federal government during the 1930s, Greenhills is surrounded by parkland and trees. Nearly 4,000 residents inhabit 1,660 homes, with many families being the third and fourth generation descendants from the original "pioneers." The original government-built area has been  designated a NATIONAL HISTORIC LANMARK.  


Within that Historic District is the Village Center where much of the local retail business activity is located. 


The Greenhills Shopping Center is the hub of the Village and is touted as the first open air shopping center in Ohio!    


The non-retail sector of our business community includes employers such as Winton Woods City Schools, Mobilcomm Technologies and Alois Alzheimer Center.


Greenhills businesses may utilize the Village's park and recreation facilities, such as the outdoor swimming pool, or Spoils Field for soft ball and baseball, at resident rates where applicable.




Estimated Population:                                       3,741 (2020 Census)


Area Size:                                                           1.25 square miles


Surrounded by Winton Woods:                       4,000,000 visitors yearly


Number of Households in Greenhills:                 1,567


Number of Households within 1 mile:                 2,293


Number of Households within 5 miles:              75,576


Regional Transportation:             

Queen City Metro, Bus routes #14X Forest Park Express) & #20 (Winton-TriCounty)

Park & Ride on Enfield behind Shopping Center

I-275 located 2 miles north off Winton Road

Ronald Reagan Highway Route 126 located 3.5 miles south off Winton Road



  • Duke Energy Please Note: Greenhills utility aggregation program offers attractive rates for gas and electric customers.
  • Greater Cincinnati Water Works
  • Metropolitan Sewer District
  • Hamilton County Storm Water District
  • Time Warner Cable
  • Fioptics/Cincinnati Bell
  • Waycross Media



          Greenhills Branch of the Gtr. Cincinnati Public Library

          Drop-off Recycling location behind shopping center

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