The Greene County Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) is a not-for-profit organization for the sole purpose of advancing, encouraging, and promoting the industrial, economic, commercial, and civic development of Greene County.
61 Greene Street, Xenia, OH 45385
Official source for information on where to host your event or just have fun in Greene County, Ohio. Providing visitor information including lodging, destinations and events.
1221 Meadowbridge Drive Suite A, Beavercreek, OH 45434
Hunter Consulting Company provides comprehensive consulting and claims administration in the areas of Workers’ and Unemployment Compensation, Disability Case Management and Insurance Risk Services. Our objective is to provide quality, aggressive claims services to our clients and their employees. To accomplish this, we use a team approach, where each client is assigned an Account Executive and Account Manager who are familiar with their operations and procedures.
A YS Chamber Benefit Provider.
A nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Membership in the League of Women Voters is open to all women and men who are U.S. citizens of voting age.
A rural township that includes the Villages of Yellow Springs and Clifton, with the natural areas of John Bryan State Park and Clifton Gorge Nature Preserve. Provide fire, rescue and EMS services; manage two cemeteries; maintain township roads.
225 Corry Street, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A quaint community three miles east of Yellow Springs. Home to Clifton Gorge Nature Preserve, Historic Clifton Mill, Shoebox Theatre and the Clifton Opera House featuring musical and theatre performances most weekends and also available for event rentals. Hosts a major festival annually, the Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival the last weekend in August.
P.O. Box 27, Clifton, OH 45316
An active, vocal citizenry and a responsive governing body and administration are the hallmarks of government in Yellow Springs. Municipal services include police, streets, electric, water, sewer and solid waste. The Village’s governing body is a nonpartisan, five-member Village Council. The Village Manager supervises the day-to-day activities of the Village.The Village of Yellow Springs owns and operates several parks and recreational facilities.
Bryan Center, 100 Dayton Street includes a Gym, Youth Center, meeting facilities and government offices inside. Basketball & tennis courts, toddler playground, skate park and JBC Pottery Studio outside.
Ellis Park, Polecat Rd. on the Ellis Spur of the Little Miami Scenic Trail. Serene pond for relaxing & fishing; bird watching, hiking, picnicking; Lloyd Kennedy Arboretum.
Gaunt Park Pool & Fields 500 W. South College Street (767.7209) Public swimming pool open Memorial Day to Labor Day; Baseball, Softball and Soccer Fields; Playground; Picnic area.