Founded by General William Lytle in 1796, The Village of Williamsburg, Ohio is a proud community with a rich history. Located 25 miles east of downtown Cincinnati in Clermont County, one of the fastest growing counties in the tri-state area.
The Village of Williamsburg combines small-town charm with big-city convenience. The nearly 2,500 residents of the Village enjoy a high quality of life with numerous recreational opportunities, great schools, and progressive and responsive local government that provides excellent service to its residents.
The Village of Williamsburg is comprised of 1.9 square miles, offering beautiful river views and natural scenery. The heart of Williamsburg is situated in the Valley of the East Fork of the Little Miami River. Williamsburg lies on the Eastern edge of the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan area and offers all the beauty, charm, and tranquility of country living with all the amenities of the city. Our Community offers a diverse mix of residential and business settings, as well as being home to a highly rated and recognized school district. Williamsburg is “Living in Harmony with our History While Building Our Future.”
Did you know???
- Williamsburg is the Oldest Settlement in Clermont County
- Williamsburg was the first County Seat, founded in 1796
- Williamsburg has 2,490 residents (U.S. Census, 2010)
- Williamsburg has approximately 1,023 households, with an average of 2 people per household