City of Blue Ash Launches Bike Share Program:
On June 13, the City of Blue Ash launched the first bike share program offered in a Cincinnati-area suburb. A combined 50 bikes are available across eight stations located at Summit Park, downtown Blue Ash, several employment centers and more.

The bike share program is sponsored by Landings Park, Vandercar, Al. Neyer, West Lake Center/Lake Forest Place and Blue Ash.

Read the Cincinnati Enquirer's coverage of the launch here.
New in Town:
Several companies have recently announced relocations or expansions in the City of Blue Ash.

  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car is relocating its regional office to McAuley Place in Blue Ash. The car rental company will move nearly 100 employees into the 33,000 sq. ft. space in early 2019. Read the Cincinnati Business Courier report.

  • STACK Construction Technologies Inc. is relocating its headquarters to Blue Ash. The company will bring 90 jobs and is leasing 12,000 sq. ft. of space at McAuley Place. Read the Cincinnati Business Courier report.

  • Kaleidoscope Innovation announced plans to relocate its headquarters to Blue Ash. The company will lease 28,000 sq. ft. of space at 4362 Creek Road and will bring 56 new jobs. Read the company press release.

  • Graphic Village, a printing and marketing company already headquartered in Blue Ash, recently announced plans to expand operations. The company is purchasing the building at 4440 Creek Road and plans to add another 91 employees. Read the Cincinnati Business Courier report.

  • PCMS Datafit Inc., a UK-based software and IT consulting firm, is relocating its U.S. headquarters and bringing 180 jobs to Blue Ash. The company is leasing 28,000 sq. ft. of space at the Blue Ash Corporate Center, located at 4300 Glendale Milford Road. Read the Cincinnati Business Courier report.

  • New Avon LCC held a ribbon cutting ceremony in May to celebrate the opening of its new customer care center in Blue Ash. The custom-designed, 47,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility will also host Avon U, a world class training center for Avon Representatives. The new center also brought 300 jobs to Blue Ash. Read the Cincinnati Business Courier report.
Local Businesses Shine at Blue Ash Business Awards
Three businesses received awards during the Blue Ash Business Reception on Monday, June 4 th . The reception was hosted by the Blue Ash Business Committee of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber at Cooper Creek Event Center.

The Blue Ash Business Award winners were selected for exemplifying one aspect of the City’s motto: Aspire, Achieve, Advance.

Photos by Ross Van Pelt.
Aspire: Fretboard Brewing Company
Awarded to businesses with extraordinary growth potential regarding new products or services.
Achieve: Graphic Village
Awarded to established businesses demonstrating success through sales, growth, product/service improvements, effective business practices and more.
Advance: Landrum & Brown
Awarded to business with significant accomplishments resulting in major advances for their industry or the City of Blue Ash.

Blue Ash Ranked #2 for Millennials:

The City of Blue Ash is the #2 best Cincinnati-area suburb for millennials, according to The ranking was calculated based on job opportunities, affordable housing, access to restaurants and more. Read more from here .
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The City of Blue Ash Economic Development website,, is undergoing redesign! Keep an eye on the site for a new look in the coming weeks.