Centerville is a suburb in the Dayton, Ohio area of the United States. It is located in both Montgomery and Greene Counties. Centerville is known for its tree-lined streets, its many parks, and Stone House historic preservation district.
Centerville’s economy is based on local government, commercial, and its status as a bedroom community for Dayton. The largest employers with office space or other facilities in the city are Centerville City School District, Graceworks Bethany Lutheran Village, Franciscan at St. Leonard, City of Centerville, Kroger, and MVHS Campus. Other major employers in the area include Heartland Employment, Voss Auto, Bob Ross Buick, Dimco Gray, and Fortis College.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do in Centerville. The city provides summer concerts, and there is a Victorian Homestead, and Benham’s Grove, where you can walk the grounds. The town center offers a great place to shop or eat, with a fabulous selection of unique boutiques, restaurants, and businesses that are in a historic setting. Centerville features Ohio’s largest collection of early stone buildings. Many of these buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another option is to play a round of golf at the Golf Club at Yankee Trace. Dining options in Centerville include Savona Restaurant and Wine Bar, Archer’s Tavern, The Chop House, Sweeney’s Seafood, and Subway. Rue Dumaine is a French influenced restaurant that serves quality food in a calming atmosphere.
The nearest major airport is Dayton International Airport. This airport has domestic flights 27 miles from the center of Centerville. Another major airport in the area is Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, with international and domestic flights from Hebron, Kentucky; the airport is located 60 miles from Centerville, OH. Interstate 675 runs through the area and is an eastern bypass with the next major junction being with U.S. Route 35.