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Beavercreek Township Reviews

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Beavercreek Township is a a very friendly place. I have lived here my whole life, and I have never gotten completely bored. There are lots of things you can do to get involved with the community. One of the things is to volunteer at the local festival, The Popcorn Festival, which occurs annually. Also, there is a good variety of places to shop at in and near the town. Because a lot of families move here, it is constantly growing.
The houses here are gorgeous, albeit expensive. Not many homes here are sub 100K, and the community tends to reflect that. Neatly manicured lawns, and no junk sitting around.
Very good, most people here stay for a long time. Everyone supports the higschool and wright state teams.
Very little crime, police are very quick to respond to the entire area. Usually takes less than 5 minutes.
Honestly I love this area, for the most part everyone is very friendly and the low crime rate makes it a great place to raise a family. However homes tend to be more expensive here, but with the jobs around the area it is very doable.
Bellbrook is an amazing place to live in. The people, places to go, and area in general are all just wonderful. It's a place that I can feel welcome and safe all the time. If I could do it all over again, Bellbrook wouldn't be my top choice to live, but it would be one of my top picks. I've been to many parts of the country, and only a few of them seem more desirable to live at than Bellbrook. However, this area has been expanding and improving lately, so I believe that will be an amazing opportunity for it to become the place it has the potential to be.
What Ohio lacks in road maintenance it makes up for in wildlife reserve and park maintenence. There are many local parks accessible to all people and pets.
Local laws and government seem pretty average. Public parks are great and well maintained. Roads and parking lots are horrific.
Beavercreek itself is generally pretty safe. Nearby Centerville is about the same. All other surrounding Dayton areas are a gamble. Police don't seem too visible and I'm not sure what their response time is like. I definitely wouldn't walk around Dayton or other areas at night alone without a phone and some kind of defensive weapon or spray at the ready.
Ohioans do not believe in the existence of "seasons." Wardrobe should be varied for all kinds of weather at all times of the year. Good luck.
Government employment is often available and pays well. Other than that, jobs seem very limited and many locals have to settle for jobs not in their field of study that pay much less than they need. Many local college graduates are stuck in retail with a degree proving useless. Many young people must move out of the area, often out of state, in order to get a career related to their degree.
There is great variety from Mexican to Greek to seafood and more.
Everything is within easy driving distance and there are multiple choices of stores no matter what you're shopping for. The only thing that would make it better would be more local mom and pop stores. Business is definitely dominated by corporations in this area.
The area has a great number of developments with new houses always being built. There are rarely any abandoned properties, so the general area always looks well kept.
The businesses around are great, but the exceptional ones are a good 20 minute drive.
There are great jobs in the area, but by being a smaller town, there aren't that many opportunities.
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