The Dayton Region is a diverse mixture of cultures, experience, people and places. We have something for everyone. Want to visit the World’s Largest Aviation and Aerospace Museum in the world, we’ve got it! The National Museum of the United States Air Force is minutes away. Interested in visiting a national park and learning how Aviation was born? Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is in the heart of our Community. How about sports? You can catch one of Sports Illustrated Top Ten Hottest Tickets in the Dayton Dragons minor league baseball. Have a taste for the arts? Visit The Dayton Art Institute, ranked #3 in the nation for children. Or, explore any of our thousands of acres of green spaces, or have a nice quiet evening at home after a hard day at work.
The Dayton Region is the place to make it all happen. We have big city amenities with a small town, Midwestern feel. You won’t spend all the time in your car commuting to your job, but rather spending time with your family and friends. Please take time to learn more about the quality of life in the Dayton Region.
The Dayton Region has and makes available just about everything our citizens can imagine.
The Dayton Region covers all or parts of 14 counties within Southwest Ohio.
With a high school graduation rate of more than 90 percent and 10 K-12 school districts with an “excellent” rating from the State of Ohio, the Dayton Region is nationally competitive.
No matter where you may locate in the region, you will never be more than a 20 minute drive from the closest healthcare facility.
From the Wright Brothers’ work developing powered flight, to Charles F. Kettering’s electric car starter, the Dayton Region has been the home of some incredibly inventive and innovative minds.
Residential housing in the Dayton Region is less expensive than comparable markets across the nation.
The Dayton Region is within 600 miles of 61% of the U.S. population and 63% of U.S. manufacturers, providing short commutes to your markets.
The Dayton Region is drought-free and welcomes water-intensive businesses and industries to share its abundant water resources.