Spotlight on the Technology Corridor

Spotlight on the Technology Corridor

The Mad River defines the Technology Corridor of the Dayton Riverfront Plan. From Eastwood MetroPark, near Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the Mad River flows to its confluence with the Great Miami River beneath the shower of the Five Rivers Fountain of Lights. This...
Spotlight on the Downtown Corridor

Spotlight on the Downtown Corridor

The Downtown Hub Corridor of the Dayton Riverfront Plan is just that: the hub of all other corridors in the plan. The center where they all converge. RiverScape MetroPark has shown that the public’s investment in that park, just less than $40 million, led to the...
Fall 2021 Progress Report

Fall 2021 Progress Report

The vibrant redevelopment of downtown is spilling up, down and over our rivers to Dayton’s neighborhoods along all points of the compass. The Dayton Riverfront Plan continues to spur this evolution: The Gem City Market has opened; proposals for redevelopment abound...
Riverfront Plan Spotlight on Wolf Creek

Riverfront Plan Spotlight on Wolf Creek

The Wolf Creek is Dayton’s most friendly waterway. This small, meandering stream winding through the dense neighborhoods west of downtown offers great fishing, ankle-deep wading, rock-skipping, and turtle-watching. Residents of Southern Dayton View, Westwood,...