Liberty Township offers a convenient location, welcoming community, and ample recreational opportunities. If you’re new to the area, the following resources will help you learn everything you need to know to get settled in your new surroundings.
Believe it or not, there are 25 Liberty Townships in the state of Ohio, so it can be easy for newcomers to get confused. Our Liberty Township is located in Butler County, Ohio. We’re about 20 miles north of Cincinnati and 25 miles south of Dayton. The county seat of Butler County is in Hamilton.
The Liberty Township website features a handy list of links for new residents. Here you’ll learn everything you need to know about city utilities, trash services, and newspaper delivery. If you need information that’s not included on this page, you can call 759-7500 for further assistance.
Public school students in Liberty Township attend Lakota Local Schools. The district has four early childhood schools that serve students through first grade, ten elementary schools for grades 2 through 6, four junior schools for grades 7 and 8, two freshman campuses, and two high schools. New students enrolling in the district should report to the Lakota Enrollment Center in West Chester.
Liberty Township hosts several annual events that will help you get to know the area and meet your neighbors. Each year, the township hosts an Easter Egg Hunt, 4th of July Parade and 5K, Fall Festival, and Breakfast with Santa. Keep an eye on the local calendar for more information on these events as well as details on how you can volunteer to help facilitate the fun.
Liberty Township residents can get a free library card with The Lane Libraries. The Hamilton Lane Library is less than 20 minutes from Springs at Liberty Township. To get a library card, you must have a photo ID and proof of address showing that you work, live, or attend school in the state of Ohio.
Liberty Township has 11 parks where you can find places for hiking, biking, fishing, picnicking, and playing. Head to Dudley Memorial Park for a boundless playground, picnic tables, charcoal grills and a bird blind. Dudley Woods Park hosts family activities that will help you learn more about native wildlife, while Reserves Park offers a 9-hole PDGA-certified disc golf course.
Children can pick up a Parks Passport to document their travels as they explore different parks. Each location has a kiosk where visitors can take a rubbing for their passport. Complete the passport with a rubbing from every park to receive a coupon for a free ice cream cone.
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