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    Past Community Development Project Photos:

    Montgomery County uses its community development resources to support a broad range of activities. These include infrastructure improvements, community facilities, economic development, safe and affordable housing, demolition of blighted structures, ADA compliance, and provision of public services. Where possible, the County partners with local jurisdictions, non-profit agencies, and for-profit developers to leverage additional resources.

    Here are some past projects from around the County. Click on the thumbnail image to view a full screen presentation about each project. 

    Demolition and Clearance: Harrison Township 

    Harrison Dairy Demolition and Clearance

     Housing Development: West Carrollton

    West Carrollton Housing Development

     ADA Accessibility: Vandalia and Germantown

    ADA Compliance

    Economic Development: Miamisburg and Brookville 

    Economic Development

    Demolition and Clearance: Trotwood

    Demolition and Clearance

    Housing Development: Harrison Township

    Harrison Township

    Permanent Supportive Housing: River Commons II


    Park Improvements: Farmersville

    Park Improvements

    Historic Preservation: Germantown Toll House

    Historic Preservation


    Montgomery County Seeks Housing Input
    To comply with HUD requirements to identify and mitigate unfair and discriminatory housing practices, Montgomery County and the cities of Dayton and Kettering are conducting a community survey for anyone who has sought housing (ownership or rental) within the last four years. The survey is at mvfairhousing.com/fhsurvey.  Read More...
    Housing Survey Online
    To comply with HUD requirements to identify fair housing impediments and create action plans to address them, Montgomery County and the cities of Dayton and Kettering are conducting a public survey of the experiences of those who have sought housing (rental or ownership) within Montgomery County (regardless of what city or township). Click the link above to take the survey.