Incorporated in 1855 as a retreat from the city, the village of Glendale is today a historic community featuring homes from the 19th century up to the present day, with a population of 2,200. The heart of Glendale is its village square, with restaurants, shopping and a history museum located in the old railroad depot. Glendale is one of the first planned communities in Ohio, and the village’s 292-acre historic district was declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1977. 


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