About the Plan
The Plan was created from a partnership-driven revitalization effort that brought together Five Rivers MetroParks, Miami Conservancy District, the City of Dayton, Montgomery County, Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, the Downtown Dayton Partnership, and the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA). Additional funding support was provided by The Dayton Foundation and the Montgomery County Land Bank.
- City of Dayton
- Five Rivers MetroParks
- Miami Conservancy District
- CityWide Development Corporation
- Downtown Dayton Partnership
- Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority
- Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
- Montgomery County
- Montgomery County Land Bank
Keep up with our progress
Tour a map of the Plan’s study area to see what projects have been completed, what projects are being implemented, and what projects are being planned right now.
The Stillwater River, perhaps the most beautiful of Dayton’s four waterways, converges with the Great Miami River at Island MetroPark, and the Great Miami continues south into downtown. This stretch of the Dayton Riverfront Plan, known as the Culture Corridor, offers...
As we bring 2021 to a close, it seems a good time to show appreciation for the partnerships and collaboration that go into bringing the Dayton Riverfront Plan to fruition. Nine agencies work together to plan, design, engineer, and implement the plan’s nearly 100...
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...
Leverage the rivers to catalyze development in greater downtown and ensure long-term vitality of the region.
Something for Everyone
Provide more diverse programs and experiences, and ensure their equitable distribution across the riverfront.
Heart of Dayton
Take me to the River