Introduction to Englewood, Ohio
Englewood, Ohio, in Montgomery county, is 10 miles NW of Dayton, Ohio (center to center) and 50 miles N of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Dayton - Springfield metropolitan area. Englewood contains a population of approximately 12,235.
Englewood was first settled in May 6, 1841. Samuel Herr, Mathias Gish, and Daniel Rasor were some of its early settlers. The area was initially named Harrisburg. On February 8, 1870, the first post office was established. Later, in 1898, the area was renamed Englewood. On May 15, 1914, Englewood was incorporated as a village. Jacob Hoover became its first mayor. In 1971, it was reincorporated as a city.
Englewood and nearby Attractions
- Englewood MetroPark
- Aullwood Audubon Center & Farm
- Sycamore State Park
- Splash Moraine
- Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
- Island MetroPark
Things To Do In Englewood
You can have a great shopping experience at the Englewood Plaza Shopping Center, Golden Key Village Shopping Center, Country Square Shopping Center, and Northmont Plaza Shopping Center. The city offers several churches including Englewood United Methodist Church, Concord Church, and Grace Church. Leisure hours can also be spent at Englewood Hills South Park, Oberer Field, and Heathcliff Wellfield Park.
James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is nearby.
Englewood Higher Education
Wright State University - Main Campus, Wittenberg University, Sinclair Community College, and several other colleges and universities offer higher education facilities.