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The Creekside Trail is part of the Miami Valley Trail network. The trail runs from Xenia Station in Xenia to the Eastwood Metro Park in Dayton.
In Greene County, it is called the Creekside Trail, in Montgomery County it is called the Creekside Recreational Trail. This segment is 17.2 miles long and runs East / West along Route 35 for most of its length.
The trail is maintained by Greene County and Montgomery County. The entire length of the trail is paved with very little grade. The trail follows railroad right-of-ways that were converted to trails.
You can find more information on laws governing the use of bicycles on roadways at the following sources:
You can register you bicycle with the City of Dayton on their Police Bicycle Registration website.
You can send an email to the Bikeway Advisory Committee for route, project, sign suggestions you may have to improve the trails or signage concerning the trails.
Please contact 937-427-5549 or 937-427-5514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for sales information and costs.
The City of Beavercreek only accepts employment applications for positions that are currently open. Any application received after the deadline will not be processed. Resumes cannot be accepted in lieu of an employment application, and the application must be completed entirely. Do not state “see resume” on the application. You may download the employment application online or obtain one in person at City Hall. Please submit your completed application to the mailing address listed below.
City of Beavercreek Attn: Human Resources 1368 Research Park Drive Beavercreek, OH 45432
The City of Beavercreek prohibits the distribution of unsolicited materials when the resident requests the publisher to stop the distribution to their residence.
Yes, replacing existing structures will require a new permit.
You can submit your request one of three ways: either through a fillable Vacation House Check form; by downloading, completing, and scanning a Vacation House Check PDF form to email@example.com, or by utilizing "Coplogic" (our online reporting system), and selecting option #12.
While we do not offer child car seat checks at this time, the Beavercreek Township Fire Department offers child car seat inspections and installations by appointment only. Please click here for more information.