Some of the cities, towns, and places in Warren County are Beedles Station, Blackhawk, Blanchester, Blue Ball, Brown's Store, Butlerville, Camargo, Carlisle, Clearcreek, Corwin, Cozaddale, Crosswick, Dallasburg, Deerfield, Dodds, Dunlevy, Edwardsville, Five Points, Flat Iron, Fort Ancient, Fosters, Franklin, Fredericksburg, Genn Town, Greentree Corners, Hagemans Crossing, Hamilton, Hammel, Harlan, Harveysburg, Henpeck, Hickory Corner, Hicks, Hillcrest, Hopkinsville, Hunter, Kenricksville, Kings Mills, Kirkwood, Landen, Lebanon, Level, Liberty Hall, Loveland, Loveland Park, Lytle, Maineville, Mason, Massie, Mathers Mill, Middleboro, Middletown, Middletown Junction, Monroe, Morrow, Mount Holly, Mounts Station, Murdoch, New Columbia, Oceola, Oregonia, Otterbein, Pekin, Pleasant Plain, Raysville, Red Lion, Ridgeville, Roachester, Rossburg, Salem, San Mar Gale, Scottsville, Senior, Snidercrest, Socialville, South Lebanon, Springboro, Stubbs Mill, Turtlecreek, Twenty Mile Stand, Union, Union Village, Unity, Utica, Washington, Wayne, Waynesville, West Woodville, Windsor, Zoar
Warren County is a county located in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2010 census, the population was 212,693. Its county seat is Lebanon. The county was created on May 1, 1803 from Hamilton County; it is named for Dr. Joseph Warren, a hero of the Revolution who sent Paul Revere and the overlooked William Dawes on their famous rides and who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Warren County is part of the Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN Metropolitan Statistical Area.