Liberty Township is an affluent suburb of Cincinnati located in Butler County, Ohio. It is one of thirteen townships in Butler County, Ohio, United States. It is located on the east-central part of the county, just south of the city of Monroe. The community’s location allows easy access to Cincinnati and Dayton with a variety of cultural events ranging from museums, symphonies, college and professional sports and fine dining. Both metropolitan areas provide businesses with the assets necessary to recruit and retain a highly-skilled and educated workforce. Liberty Township is a growing, vibrant community that encourages involvement by residents and businesses in planning its future.
Liberty Township is rich in history and has so much to offer their residents with rural charm, excellent schools, bike trails, interstate access, the Liberty Center, and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Liberty Campus. It is in the Lakota School District and has one Catholic Elementary School in the township called Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School. The township is home to twelve beautiful parks and hiking/bike trails. There is a variety of housing with great neighborhoods. It is family friendly. The Liberty Center offers premier shopping, dining and entertaining. Children's Hospital having a hub in Liberty Township is very beneficial for its residents.