Our Cities & Neighborhoods

1. Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati, OH, is a major cultural center of Ohio. It has been the home to the Ohio State University since 1855 and the University of Cincinnati since 1869. It is the government seat for three counties: Hamilton, Montgomery, and Warren.

It is the largest city in the state of Ohio and is considered to be one of the premier cities in the country. There are several educational facilities and colleges that people from all over the world to study and work in.

2. Columbus, OH

Columbus is the third-largest city in the Midwest and the state capital of Ohio. The city’s Scioto Mile, a chain of parks on either side of the Scioto River, offers a beautiful riverfront park and an interactive, pedestrian-oriented fountain.

Downtown, the Franklin County Community College is home to several campus buildings, museums, and athletic facilities. The Scioto neighborhood has restored brick homes built by 1800s immigrants.

3. Dayton, OH

With over 140,000 residents, Dayton, Ohio, is a proud military community named after the Revolutionary War hero Captain Jonathon Dalton.

The Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is located in Dayton, one of the United States Air Force’s most important bases, making it the city’s largest employer.

4. Fort Wayne, IN

Fort Wayne is the second most populated city in Indiana and is home to over 270,000 citizens. It is a three-time winner of the All-America City Award from 1982, 1998, and 2009. It had also won the Outstanding Achievement City Livability Award in 1999.

5. Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis is the most populated city in Indiana. It is also Indiana’s state capital, as well as the county seat of Marion County. The city is home to more than 800,000 residents.

The city is home to several public and private universities, such as Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis, Butler University, and Marion University.

6. Anderson, IN

The county seat of Madison County, Anderson, is home to about 56,000 people. The city is home to Anderson University and the Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. It is also home to the headquarters of the Church of God.

Notable citizens who have called the city home include politicians Albert Vestal and James Davis, MLB player Adam Lind, singer Jon McLaughlin, and author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.

7. Carmel, IN

Located to the north of Indianapolis, Carmel is home to over 100,000 citizens. It is bordered by the White River in the east. Since 1928, the city has constructed over 128 roundabouts, which has resulted in it earning the nickname ‘Roundabout Capital of the U.S.’

8. Fishers, IN

Located in Hamilton County, Fishes is a city and suburb of Indianapolis that is home to about 95,000 citizens. It is twinned with the town of Billericay in the United Kingdom and is home to Billericay Park, which is named after the twin city.

9. Lafayette, IN

Lafayette is the county seat of Tippecanoe County and is located about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. It is home to about 67,000 citizens. The city has two international sister cities – Longkou in China and Ōta in Japan.

10. Muncie, IN

Muncie is located in East Central Indiana and is about 50 miles north of Indianapolis. It is the seat of Delaware County and is home to about 70,000 people. It is also a sister city to the city of Zhuji in China.