Newport Statistics

Nearly 200 years old, Newport serves as an important part of the south side of downtown Cincinnati. It's history goes back to the 1800s and there are many homes to reflect this, including several areas on the National Register of Historic Places.

The city's East Row Historic District boasts an inventory of homes which spans well-known archittectural periods including Italianate, Queen Anne and Colonial Revival. With unsurpassed craftsmanship, preservation is very much on the forefront. Many of the home have inviting spacious interiors offering intricate ornamentation and exquisite glass art.

Newport's riverfront area, at the mouth of the Licking River as it reaches the Ohio, is the site of important growth in the development of riverfront restaurants and condominium living. New homes have been built in a few areas. Newport is the largest city in the county and has some industrial and commercial activity as well.

  • 3 square miles
  • Campbell County
  • Northern edge of Campbell County, off I-471, on Ohio and Licking rivers, 10 mins. downtown, 15 mins. airport
  • Population 18,876
  • Newport Independant Schools
  • Utilities: All city, except water, Newport Water Work

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