Why Our Region
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland serves the Fourth Federal Reserve District, which comprises Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia. The region offers diverse cultures, beautiful landscapes, affordable living, family-friendly communities, and abundant recreational amenities.
In addition to the main office in Cleveland, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland operates branch offices in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. Branch offices allow us to reach our local communities more directly to help with the financial and cash-related needs of banking institutions and also to gain insight into the development and needs of local business and economies.
The Cleveland Fed is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, but we serve more than just Northeast Ohio. As the Reserve Bank responsible for the Fourth Federal Reserve District, the Cleveland Fed covers Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia. We have two branch offices, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and employees who live and work remotely across the District.
Life in Cleveland
- Northeast Ohio offers vibrant neighborhoods and affordable homes
- The region is home to ethnically and racially diverse communities
- Renewal is booming, with new generations of Ohioans, along with individuals who are returning to the area, taking root and flourishing in urban and suburban communities alike
- The Cleveland Fed’s main office places you in the heart of downtown Cleveland, with all the amenities that a culturally rich urban setting offers
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The Cleveland Fed’s Cincinnati office provides currency distribution services for financial institutions in multiple Federal Reserve Districts and is an important regional presence for the Cleveland Fed. Employees from several business lines call Cincinnati home, especially those who travel frequently in southern Ohio and eastern Kentucky.
- Cincinnati is a regional hub with easy access to three states, bustling with international events, and our airport was named as one of the world’s best
- Nine Fortune 500 companies and two Fortune 100 companies are headquartered in Cincinnati
- If sports is your thing, the Reds, Bengals, Cyclones, Bearcats, and Musketeers and the Cincinnati Masters tennis tournament all call the city home
- Our schools and neighborhoods make the city a great place to raise a family
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Ranked among the top places to live, work, and visit in the United States, Pittsburgh—a city of three rivers and 90 neighborhoods—is often recognized as one of the most livable cities with one of the most viable economies in the country.
- Pittsburgh is a lively, midsized city that has a small-town feel thanks to the friendliness of its people
- The region boasts great culture, a rich history, and a tough work ethic
- Our city offers an affordable standard of living, top-notch healthcare facilities, and cultural attractions, making it a great place to live and work
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