Williamstown is the county seat in Grant County, Kentucky. Located in a strategically positioned area along I-75, dubbed the Golden Triangle, Williamstown is home to some of the most successful businesses in the region. This location offers the quality of small town living with quick & easy access to cities like Cincinnati and Lexington for both business & entertainment. Only 35 miles from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG), Williamstown is easily accessible to the global market.
Our children attend Williamstown Independent Schools. In addition to our local schools, we are home to the Northern Kentucky University Grant County Campus where one can gain additional training and/or obtain a degree. In less than an hour, one may choose to drive to the main campus of Northern Kentucky University, or attend the University of Cincinnati or Xavier University in Cincinnati, as well as the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
Williamstown and Grant County are one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky. Home to more than 26,000 citizens, the area’s population has grown 58% since 1990. This public power community takes great pride in their heritage, which includes a farming economy, beautiful churches, safe schools and caring, involved people. For business and families, there is available land, affordable utilities and a clean environment.
Williamstown offers a variety of recreational activities. Lake Williamstown, a 330 acre recreational lake and water reservoir, is accessible to the general public for fishing and boating. The area also provides water sport and vacation opportunities. Professional sports are also available within a short distance.
We invite you to be a part of our community. Give us a call to arrange a visit and discuss what Williamstown can offer you.