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Dillsboro, Indiana is a wonderful small community about 45 minutes from the heart of Cincinnati, OH.  

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We're located in Dearborn County.  US Highway 50 cuts through the municipality intersecting with Interstate 65 approximately 48 miles to the west.  

Dillsboro was laid out in 1830.  It was named for James Dill, a general in the War of 1812 and local resident.  The Dillsboro post office, established in 1837, was spelled Dillsborough until 1893.

As of the 2010 census, there were 1,327 people, 520 households, and 320 families residing in the town. 

Heritage Pointe is the focal area of downtown Dillsboro. It features the town clock, beautiful landscaping and benches. Several annual events are held here: a Veteran’s Day program, Community Christmas caroling and it is a place of respite during the annual Homecoming Festival.

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About Dillsboro

Dillsboro is about 45 minutes west of Cincinnati, Ohio, offering rural living with access to the services of larger metropolitan areas.

Come and enjoy our friendly residents, businesses and visit one of the best parks in the area.

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13030 Executive Dr, Dillsboro, IN 47018
(812) 432-3243

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