Evendale is an epicenter of regional/global manufacturing, home to three world headquarters:
2. Formica, the 22nd largest Tri-State area manufacturer with 450 employees manufacturing decorative surfacing and wood and metal laminates. 
3. Gold Medal Products, the 24th largest Tri-State area manufacturer with 330 employees and $142.6 million in revenue earned manufacturing concession equipment and supplies.
Live, Work and Play all within 4.5 square miles!
With a 22,000+ daytime population, Evendale is perfectly positioned along I-75 just one exit south of I-275. Evendale’s vast array of commercial, retail and industry leaders include, but is not limited to, Kinetic Vision, Enable Injections, White Castle Bakery, KDM Pop Solutions, Mike Albert’s Leasing, CDS Distributors, Silco Fire Protection, Ohio Valley Beer and Wine, Norwood Hardware, So Low Environmental, and Medicount Management. Excellent medical services are available at the Tri-Health Evendale Hospital and the Evendale Health Care Center. Shopping opportunities are plentiful in Evendale Commons including Menards and Walmart Super Center. Grab a coffee, sandwich or gourmet meal in Evendale at Starbucks, Chipotle, La Petite France, Sichuan Chili or find unique Asian groceries at CAM International Market. Raffel’s catering hosts weddings, birthday parties and professional meetings. Pursue adult education and training opportunities at Cincinnati State Workforce Development or visit the Dan Beard Boy Scout Council. Participate in a variety of cultural arts and sporting activities at the Evendale Recreation Center, Evendale Cultural Arts Center, Zip City/Sports-Plus or the Northland Skate Arena.
Evendale does not assess a property tax. Moreover, the Village’s 1.2% earnings tax is the 3rd lowest in Hamilton County (behind Wyoming and Indian Hill). With a “business-ready” mindset, the Village utilizes several economic development tools to attract or retain businesses; several qualified businesses have received tax abatements through Evendale’s Enterprise Zone. Several businesses have also taken advantage of low-interest lending program’s offered by the Village and HCDC. Tax Increment Financing has been used to build public infrastructure to support private development. To learn more about development incentives, please contact David W. Elmer, Director of Administrative Services at 513-956-2666 or via email.
 Source: Cincinnati Business Courier Book of Lists 12-26-2014 page. 130 “Top 25 Largest Tri-State Manufacturers”