Kettering, Ohio - Business View Magazine recently took a look at some of the most forward-thinking cities in Ohio, particularly the city of Kettling.
Kettering, Ohio, has a thriving business park with over 20 acres (1.15 km2) of thriving shops and parks. The crown jewel of Kettering is the 4,300-seat outdoor amphitheatre, which Pollstar regularly names among the top 100 outdoor amphitheatres nationwide. It is an important venue for outdoor entertainment, including summer concerts by the Dayton Philharmonic. Ketterings has 20 parks with a total area of 1.15 km2 and a total of more than 2000 hectares of open space for outdoor activities.
Kettering is an important outdoor entertainment venue, where the Dayton Philharmonic also performs summer concerts. Kettering has 20 parks with a total area of 1.15 km2 and a total of over 2000 hectares of open space for outdoor activities. Opened in 2005, James S. Trent Arena is located on the campus of Fairmont High School and features an outdoor amphitheater with 4,300 seats and 2,500 seats.
The city borders to the north on the city of Dayton, Ohio, and the cities of Kettering, Dayton County and Dayton - Dayton International Airport. The town borders the town of Fairmont, OH, a small town of about 2,000 inhabitants and an area of 1.15 km2.
Kettering School District includes four elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The Ketters City Schools school district consists of four public schools: Ketter, Fairmont, Dayton and Dayton - Dayton Elementary Schools.
There is no better school district in the state of Ohio than Kettering City Schools, Ohio, with its high quality education. Ketters offers its students a high level of quality education and our graduation rates are well above the national average. We are making sure that our education system provides our children with the skills and tools they need to succeed.
Conveniently located amenities and interesting attractions are a great way to enjoy Kettering regularly. Knowing that there are plenty of amenities and activities to do, you can make sure you always have access to all the best amenities in the state of Ohio, as well as the best food and entertainment in the world.
Living in Kettering, Ohio, could be a great experience for anyone who takes the trouble to do the research required. Finally, I would suggest to the Anderson Township Trustees that they try to raise funds for a pathway linking the city's two major parks, Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati. For small children who want to go on trips by bike, we would not recommend this route.
Kettering's charming neighborhoods offer a sense of old-fashioned community whether you are a resident of Anderson Township, Kettering, Ohio, or one of the many other communities in the area. Residents and businesses can settle in a community of thriving shops, restaurants, bars, hotels, shops, parks, schools, churches, hospitals, libraries and more, making Ketters a great place to be at home. For business travelers, it offers a variety of businesses with expanded facilities, such as a grocery store, restaurant, office park, retail stores and even a hotel.
Over the years, our commitment to redevelopment has grown with Kettering Business Park, and last year we had the opportunity to purchase the large Miami Valley Research Park, once owned by four universities, for $1.5 million. We call Miami Valley Research Park our home, but we ensure a sustainable future for this particular property and also protect the investments that other businesses and residents can make when they choose Ketters.
The state of Ohio will not be without road upgrades, and this year the city has taken a leadership role in the Dayton Development Coalition, where we are working with our regional partners and the Dayton Development Coalition to act as a catalyst for the private sector to redevelop these properties.
Starting at the Newtown Road Trailhead in Turpin Hills, the first 70 miles go north and the first 1.5 miles up to the top of Mt. Vernon Trail. The Trailhead is located on the north side of Newtown Rd, near the intersection with Newtown Drive, where you will also find 2 parking spaces. If you drive north, you will climb through the hills of Mount Vernon, the largest mountain range in Ohio, at an altitude of about 2,500 feet.
Town & Country Shopping Center is a closed shopping mall located at the intersection of Newtown Rd and Newtown Ave in Turpin Hills, Ohio. Town and Country Shopping Mall is a 2,000 square foot closed shopping mall located on the north side of Newtown Road Trailhead, near Newtown Drive between Newtown Avenue and Mt. Vernon Trail. This is the second closed shopping mall in town, after the city and Dayton County, and is located south of I-75 and north of Interstate 75.