Hebron is an unincorporated community in Boone County, Kentucky, United States. It is the location of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, which serves Cincinnati and the tri-state area.
Hebron is experiencing aggressive residential, commercial and business growth. There were 3,436 homes in Hebron and 10,066 people living in the area, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. Two areas of residential growth contribute to this growth. These areas are focused along Kentucky Route 20 in the central and western parts of Hebron and along Kentucky Route 237 in the northern part of Hebron, (sometimes referred to as The North Bend for its location in the bend of the Ohio River that forms the northernmost geographic area in the state of Kentucky).
Along Kentucky Route 237: In 11 subdivisions under construction along the road, 2,855 homes have been approved but not yet built. More than 1,100 homes have been built in those subdivisions, according to the Boone County Planning Commission. The developments include the neighborhoods (from South to North) Cardinal Cove, Parlor Grove, Treetops, Thornwilde, Wyndemere, Deer Creek, Rivershore Farms, Northpointe, Taylor Ridge and Conway Hills.