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Economic Development

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Cheddars grand opening The City's economic development policy is guided by a progressive city administration, intelligent development regulations and sensible land planning and growth policies. Centerville's city seal exemplifies its direction by providing stability with progress. The City is committed to protecting Centerville's character as a premiere residential community while also growing its economic base through the implementation of progressive, well-planned stategies. For decades, the City has maintained a reputation of partnering with our business community. Centerville offers a wide array of economic development assistance programs and other services.

Montessori SchoolLocated close to major industrial centers of Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus; the City of Centerville is positioned on the road to everywhere, strategically located on I-675, less than one mile east of I-75 and fifteen miles south of I-70.

For more information concerning starting a business, or relocating your business to Centerville call (937) 433-7151.

Contact

MVHSEconomic Development Department
100 W. Spring Valley Rd.
Centerville, OH 45458
(937) 428-4766 
Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
EconDev@centervilleohio.gov

Holly Christmann, Economic Development Administrator