About Beavercreek

Background

The City of Beavercreek is a fast-growing community located in the Miami Valley. The city enompasses 27.7 square miles with an estimated population of 46,549 people, according to the 2020 census, and has become a sustained benchmark for successful economic growth within the Dayton region. While the Beavercreek area was first settled in the early 1800's, the city itself was incorporated in 1980. Beavercreek is home to The Mall at Fairfield Commons, The Greene Town Center, numerous research and manufacturing firms, along with many businesses and wonderful residential neighborhoods. The city neighbors Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Wright State University. 

Atmosphere

Beavercreek is characterized by a spacious, rolling environment providing a very attractive setting for many outstanding residential neighborhoods. Beavercreek is considered one of the most attractive and desirable locations in the Dayton area offering a premier quality of life. Consequently, it has also been one of the fastest growing regional communities with a housing stock ranging from exclusive, custom-built homes to charming older neighborhoods.

Beavercreek still contains a considerable amount of open, undeveloped property with neighboring unincorporated areas subject to future annexation.

Businesses

The Mall at Fairfield Commons and the Greene Town Center anchor two growing regional business destinations providing convenient shopping, dining and services for residents. Neighborhood shopping areas along Dayton-Xenia Road and Indian Ripple Road are also conveniently located to provide shopping and dining opportunities for residents within the community.

Beavercreek is also home to numerous research and manufacturing firms engaged in defense technologies, aerospace, automotive components, electronics and other specialized advanced technologies.  Many Beavercreek residents are current or former Air Force and civilian employees of nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and its defense industry contractors serving this significant administrative command and research facility.

Major Roadways

U.S. 35 provides direct expressway access to downtown Dayton and Dayton International Airport from Beavercreek, and I-675 skirts the northern and western edge of the City, providing convenient access to nearby Cincinnati and Columbus metropolitan areas.