About Harrison

Harrison was named for the 9th U.S. President, William Henry Harrison. It was incorporated in 1850, and became a city in 1981. The City of Harrison is uniquely located on the border of Ohio and Indiana in western Hamilton County.

Population Growth

Boasting an unprecedented population growth of seven percent annually for the past three years, The City is home to more than 13,000 residents. This is atypical of older communities that witness their younger generation move toward areas with greater economic and social opportunities. Harrison’s growth has found strength in the development of I-74, strengthening the link with the Cincinnati metropolitan area. This has made Harrison an attractive option for new residential construction.