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A Street Card for those in Homelessness

Updated: April 2021. SPONSORED BY: The Homeless Solutions Policy Board and Partner Organizations of Montgomery County Ohio. For more information, call United Way HelpLink 937-225-3000 or 211. Collect calls are accepted.

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Enjoy this summer theater tradition presented by Shakespeare in South Park. The actors and crew are your neighbors and local performers, the venue is outdoors, and admission is free (donations appreciated).

A Guide for All Neighbors

Download our clickable pdf version! The Neighborhood Guide answers many of the most commonly asked questions by new and old neighbors alike. If you would like a printed copy, send a note to [email protected]

Excellence in Preservation Award to the Wilsons and Regniers

Excellence in Preservation Award to the Wilsons and Regniers

The Excellence In Preservation Award recognizes creative, inspirational leaders whose efforts have contributed to the protection, renovation, and revitalization of historic neighborhoods, individual structures, or strengthened the historic preservation movement or the quality of life in Dayton’s historic communities.

We Clean Up Well! Earth Day 2021

We Clean Up Well! Earth Day 2021

South Park’s 5th Annual Earth Day Neighborhood Clean Up enjoyed the excellent participation of many hardworking neighborhood families and the generous sponsorship of neighborhood businesses. Thank you, everyone!

Home improvements in a Landmark neighborhood

Home improvements in a Landmark neighborhood

Spring is home improvement season. That means something special in a Historic District. To preserve the value of your Landmark property, check The Blue Book and apply for a Certificate of Appropriateness (CoA) from the Landmarks Commission before you start any work on the exterior of any buildings, fencing or landscaping.