Englewood, located in northwest Montgomery County, is a thriving community that is committed to economic development. We are uniquely located in the Dayton metro area, less than 10 minutes from the Dayton International Airport, and positioned with two direct access points to Interstate 70, and just 5 miles west of Interstate 75.
Englewood is aggressive in attracting new businesses and retaining our current ones. The city owns land available for development in two active industrial parks, that is shovel ready, with interstate frontage. Englewood has a distinctive history and character proven attractive to small and mid-size employers who wish to take advantage of a location in Englewood. With outstanding access, Englewood is ideally situated for residents and businesses. The city boasts a strong employee base, diverse housing choices, numerous parks with outdoor recreational opportunities, and a business-friendly municipal government.
Montgomery County is creating a process for small businesses to apply for aid from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. To help you recover from these losses, they’ve set aside $40 million just for the county’s small businesses. For more information or to apply for the small business grant, click here.
The State of Ohio announced new funding opportunities to help small and medium-sized businesses during the coronavirus pandemic for Ohio Businesses. Please visit the links below for more information about the grant programs being offered.
- D9 Technologies - 701 W. National Rd.
- Englewood Cinema - 320 W. National Rd.
- Instinct Dance Company - 606 Taywood Rd.
- Miami Valley Massage Therapy - 5 N. Main St.
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- Full Circle Brewgarden - 324 Union Bvld.
- Shell Gas Station - 113 S. Main St.
- Spectrum - 7716 Hoke Rd.
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