Bellevue translates from French as “beautiful view.” Located on the banks of the Ohio River, across from Downtown Cincinnati, Bellevue offers an abundance of historic charm and unique architecture. It is just minutes to Downtown Cincinnati but best of all, Reserve of Bellevue is golf cart distance to Downtown Bellevue, when you can dine, shop, and relax and numerous different local venues.
Bellevue, Kentucky, is a home rule city of and situated in the northernmost portion of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Incorporated on March 15, 1870, we are located on the banks of the Ohio River, across from Cincinnati, Ohio, in Campbell County. As of the 2010 census, our population was estimated to be about 5,955. Newport, Kentucky, is to our west; Dayton, Kentucky, is directly to our east; and Fort Thomas, Kentucky, touches on our southern border. We take enormous pride in our history and the historic charm of our quaint river city. The abundance of historic, unique architecture, as well as the many amenities our city boasts, make us an ideal choice for relocation of individuals and families, as well as businesses.