About the Area

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The Little Miami River Chamber Alliance (LMRCA) is devoted to the civic and economic development of the Loveland, Miami, and Symmes Townships of Southwest Ohio. The LMRCA achieves this by supporting the business community through our member investor benefits, Chamber programs and events, and service to the community.

To View the 2023 Sate of the Region powerpoint (area updates) click here.

To view our directory, click here; for a full map of the area, click here.

For parking in downtown Loveland, click here.

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About Loveland, Ohio

Loveland, Ohio, best known for its name, is a northeast suburb of Cincinnati, tucked into the corners of three counties.  It’s a growing place, with strong schools and solid government, and a passionate community devoted to education, the arts, and the good of the community.  Loveland offers a diverse business environment, a great selection of neighborhoods, and many unique natural assets.  It’s a great place to live, work, do business, enjoy leisure activities, and visit!

The Loveland community has a lot going for it.  The Little Miami State and National Scenic River runs through town, with plenty of spaces to skip rocks, canoe or have a riverside picnic.  Loveland is also one of the more lively stops along the Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail, which runs 75 miles from Springfield to Newtown.  Check out the Bike Trail Map. We have a real balance of small-community feel with growth and development.  People want to be here.
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About Symmes Township, Ohio

In addition to its quality residential neighborhoods, Symmes Township is a shopping hub for northern Hamilton and southern Warren counties. The Township also contains a thriving business community, the centerpiece of which is the Governor’s Hill office complex containing seven class “A” office buildings with over 750,000 square feet of office space. Symmes Township is conveniently located between Interstates 71 and 275, and is home to a variety of outstanding companies and public institutions.

New commercial construction or renovation resulting in increased real property value may be eligible for tax exemptions on that new investment. Real property tax incentives may be granted for projects involving commercial remodeling or new construction. Projects must be consistent with local zoning as well as and community objectives, and be located in the designated CRA districts.
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About Miami Township, Ohio

Miami Township is a great place to live, work and play. We have a diversity of beautiful neighborhoods, with great access to shopping and employment. Miami Township has a park system and recreation program second to none. Miami Township provides high quality services to its residents. We have an excellent staff that is always ready to serve the needs of the community.

Miami Township is proud of its growing and diverse business community. Miami Township has two industrial and office research parks – one located on Wards Corner Road and one located on US 50. These parks are home to large and small businesses, which all contribute to making Miami Township a great community.
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