Across Miami County, our cities, villages and townships offer high quality, enjoyable living that moves at your pace.
Communities focused on well-being.
Whether it’s the beauty of one of our local nature preserves or an event that brings neighbors together in celebration, you have the opportunity for a life well-lived in Miami County.
Across our cities, villages and townships, residents enjoy good schools, high quality healthcare and affordable housing. Those are just some of the reasons that nearly 70 percent of households have chosen to put down roots and purchase homes in Miami County.
Our parks, schools and event facilities offer residents the chance to enjoy nature, expand their horizons, and stay active year-round. Whether it’s taking in live music at the 4,200-seat, outdoor Rose Music Center amphitheater, enjoying ice skating, hockey and other winter sports at Hobart Arena, or enjoying performing and fine arts, Miami County has activities for everyone.
While close to the arts, culture, professional sports and tourism attractions of the Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus urban centers, our region also offers exquisite natural beauty. Across the county, 16 parks, nature preserves, and scenic areas are maintained by the Miami County Park District, offering visitors and residents the chance to experience the natural beauty of western Ohio. Miami County is also home to one of just 21 U.S. national water trails, the Great Miami River Watershed Water Trail, which includes 291 miles of paddling, fishing, and wildlife watching opportunities on three beautiful rivers and many smaller tributaries.
Education is a priority in Miami County. Our eight public school districts educate nearly 18,000 students, with post-secondary and supplemental options available through the Western Ohio Japanese Language School, the Upper Valley Career Center, Edison State Community College, and the Hobart Institute of Welding Technology.
Life Well Lived
16County Parks & Scenic Preserves
3Performing Arts Facilities
14Health Care Facilities