Dayton,

Ohio

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Dayton, Ohio is the sixth-largest city in the state and the county seat of Montgomery County. It is noted for its association with aviation; the city is home to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, with a vast collection of aircraft from early 1900s planes to a space shuttle exhibit, and is the birthplace of Orville Wright.  

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HOUSING

Recommended Neighborhoods:

  • Kettering

  • Beavercreek

  • Centerville

  • Oakwood

  • Bellbrook

  • Hollybush

 

PLACES TO FIND HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS

Housing Tips:

  • Check local Facebook groups

    • University of Dayton​

    • Wright State - guest housing option that allows for short stays

    • The Highlands

    • Rent around $400-$600, typically year leases

  • Please avoid using Craigslist as it is not very reliable​  

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

Modes of Transportation

  • Car is best

  • Bus system, not the best

Transportation Specific to Dayton

  • RTA Public Transportation​​ - website

    • Adult Fare: $2

    • Day Pass: $4

    • 7-Day Pass: $19

    • 31-Day Pass: $55

 

 

ENTERTAINMENT

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Oregon District

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Dayton Art

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Yellow Springs

 

MAP OF DAYTON, OHIO

In this map you will find specific information about housing, entertainment, transportation, and ​landmarks around the city. This map has a lot more information once expanded so be sure to check it out in depth

 CONTACT & ALUMNI NETWORK

 

Contact

People to contact, who have lived in this city ​​​

Alumni Network 

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