Dayton’s historic districts preserve, protect, and enhance the distinctive character of buildings, neighborhoods, streetscapes, and special landmarks in the city. Their historical uniqueness certainly sets them apart as true Dayton Originals.

One Response to “Dayton Historic Districts”

  1. Donna Martin
    25 April 2012 at 6:57 am #

    With the demolition of Julienne School, the potential demolition of the Gem City Ice Cream site, Shawn Acres, United Theological Seminary buildings and the abandonment of the Dayton View Library on Salem and the Metro Parks Siebenthaler mansion Tudor, it really doesn’t look like Dayton’s Histrory is really very important to the City of Dayton ……