Grant County has been going through a period of fast growth that began in the mid 1990s and has no end in sight.

Homes, in the price range of $100,000 to $500,000, are being constructed throughout the once rural countryside.

Presently being constructed are new city buildings, a library, new businesses, renovation of the courthouse, two new interstate exchanges, and the widening of the interstate itself, including new bridges.

Grant County is the home of four cities: Crittenden, Dry Ridge, Williamstown and Corinth. From the north to the south end of the county all of Grant County is only minutes away from northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio and Lexington, Kentucky.

Grant County tries to maintain its past history as well as plan for the future. Local merchants plan many special event days throughout the year.

Interstate 75 runs the entire length of the heart of the county and is the main highway for travelers north or south from Michigan to Florida, including lots of Canadian tourists.

There are many light manufacturing companies plus a Dana Corporation assembly plant. The Grant County Economic Development Committee has access to industrial areas for future development.

Downtown Williamstown

William Arnold log home - first home of founder of Williamstown. Original logs

Courthouse, Downtown Williamstown

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