Founded in 1855, the Village of Glendale, Ohio is a northern suburb of Cincinnati with a land area of 1.7 square miles and a population of 2,155 people. Glendale is one of only four communities in Hamilton County that does not have an income tax. Known for its quiet, peaceful living, Glendale is a perennial National Arbor Foundation “Tree City” and boasts a much lower than average crime rate, close proximity to a major shopping complex, fast access to the Interstate system, and excellent schools. In 1977 Glendale became the first village in Ohio designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
The Glendale Centennial Gardeners was formed in the year of Glendale’s Centennial, 1955. The mission of the Club as a non-profit, charitable organization is to the dedication to beautifying the community through gardening and promoting interest and developments in this field. Active membership is limited to 35 and new membership is through the sponsorship of an active member according to Club Rules. The Glendale Centennial Gardeners hold nine breakfast meetings throughout the year which include a meal and program. Garden plots at the north section of the Village Square near the Depot, and between the Village Office and Bank are maintained by the Centennial Garden Club. The Centennial Gardeners also decorate the lampposts and signs throughout the Village at Christmas. We also have designed a tree walk through the Village and identified specific trees.
To stay in the know regarding city meetings, events and everything else, you can visit their calendar page. The link is located below.
**Information was taken from Glendale, OH website (www.glendaleohio.org/)