About Dayton Ohio
Dayton, Ohio, is a city of 156,000 in the southwestern part of the state, about 45-minutes North of Cincinnati. As the home of the Wright Brothers and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, it has strong ties to aviation. It is also the birthplace of the cash register, the controlled pitch propeller, parachutes, microfiche, and the beverage can pull-tab top.
The 6th largest city in the state, it is served by three interstate freeways (I-70, I-75, and I-675) and an excellent airport North-West of the city off of I-70 just West of I-75). Dayton is a community rich in talent and history, emerging today as a global technology hub. The City of Dayton is investing for the future while providing high-quality services to residents, neighborhoods and businesses.
Dayton was the location for the 1995 Dayton Peace Accord that ended hostilities in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia.
More information about Dayton can be found at the City's Official Website.