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Relocate To Independence, KY

Located in the heart of Kenton County, just 15 minutes south of Cincinnati, you will find the rapidly growing city of Independence, Kentucky. Originally known as Crewitts Creek, the city was renamed Independence in 1840 after Campbell County split and a new, independent, Kenton County was formed. Independence was officially incorporated in 1842.

 

Today, the city is nearly 23 square miles in size and is home to over 26,000 residents. Independence is one of two county seats in Kenton County and was recently ranked as the 99th fastest growing city in the United States by Forbes Magazine.

 

The city is just minutes from downtown Cincinnati and Covington. Additionally, Lexington and Louisville are within a two-hour drive from Independence and the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport is located in nearby Hebron, Kentucky.

 

Move To Independence KY For Good Living

Independence has plenty of affordable housing options for individuals, couples, and families. From beautiful ranches to spacious two-story homes, you’re sure to find a place you’ll love in Independence.

 

Independence KY School

In all, there are four elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school – Simon Kenton – located in Independence. Additionally, three parochial schools operate in the city, including Calvary Christian, Community Christian Academy, and St. Cecilia.

 

For those individuals looking to continue their education beyond high school, Independence is just a short drive from several colleges and universities, including Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights and Gateway Community and Technical College in Edgewood and Covington.

 

Independence, KY Recreation

If you love to play outdoors, there is no shortage of parks or greenspaces in the City of Independence. While there are several neighborhood parks spread out across the city, the crown jewel is Memorial Park, a 26-acre park located behind the city building. Another popular spot to play basketball and have a family picnic is Sterling Staggs Park near the city’s post office. Residents of Independence also enjoy visiting the city’s farmer’s market on Saturday mornings.

Perhaps the best part about Independence, however, is living so close to all of the great amenities in the surrounding cities of Cincinnati, Covington, and Florence. Whether you enjoy hitting the town on the weekend, shopping, dining out, or watching a concert or sporting event live, you are just minutes away from it all in Independence.