Beaver Creek, OH
Beaver Creek (UK) Beavercreek) is a city in southwestern Green County, Ohio, the United States. It belongs to the Dayton Metropolitan Area and is the second largest in the suburbs after Kettering City. In the 2010 population census, the population was 45,193.
Greentown Center Mall
Beaver Creek location in Ohio
|- Mayor||Brian Jarvis (Republican Party)|
|· Vice Mayor||Deborah Wallace|
|· Total||26.44mi2 (68.48 km2)|
|· Land||26.40mi2 (68.38 km2)|
|- Water surface||0.04mi2 (0.10 km2)|
| - Estimate|
|· Density||1,711.9/mi2 (661.0/km2)|
|equal time||UTC-5 (Eastern Standard Time)|
|· Daylight saving time||UTC-4 (Eastern Daylight Time)|
|Postal code|| |
|GNIS feature ID||1048393|
This area was settled in the early 1800s. A part of the Beaver Creek Partnership was incorporated into the Beaver Creek City in February 1980. The community includes an area called Trevin. There are two golf courses in the city: Beaver Creek Golf Club (public) and Country Club of North (private). Many of the citizens work at the nearby Light Patterson Air Force Base. There are two shopping centers: the Mall at Fairfield Commons and the Greentown Center. The number of residents in the incorporated area is the third largest after Dayton and Kettering in the area. In 2007, he was ranked 84th among the 100 best places he wanted to live in the magazine "Money."
General Janet C. Wolfenberger (Four-star hierarchy), a vice commander of the U.S. Air Force's materials command and the highest rank in the U.S. Air Force (as of January 1, 2010), was from Beaver Creek and graduated from Beaver Creek High School in 1976.
Beaver Creek City is located at 39 degrees, 43 minutes, 46 seconds north latitude and 84 degrees, 3 minutes, 44 seconds west longitude/39.72944 degrees north latitude and 84.06222 degrees west longitude/ 39.72944 degrees;(39.729359, -84.062310). About five miles (8 km) east of Dayton City Center.
According to the National Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 26.44 square miles (68.5 km2), of which land area is 26.40 square miles (68.4 km2), water area is 0.04 square miles (0.10 km 2) and water area is 0.15%.
Income and household finances (estimated 2015)
- median income
- Households: 81,379 US dollars
- Family: 98,387 US dollars
- Men (full-time full-time): 66,900 US dollars
- Female (full-time full-time): 52,215 US dollars
- Income per worker: 47,105 US dollars
- below poverty line
- Population: 5.2%
- Number of Relatives: 2.7%
- Under 18: 4.3%
- Over 65 years of age: 3.9%
The following is demographic data from the 2010 census.
Households and family (number of households)
The city of Beaver Creek is governed by a city-affairs committee of seven members. The members of the Higashiura Municipal Government are elected from the entire city, with their terms of office being four years, and half of them are elected every two years. The committee members are elected in odd-numbered elections and serve as committee members from even-numbered years. The highest-vote in the recent election will serve as mayor for two years. The mayor presides over the committee, attends events on behalf of the city, and takes other ceremonial duties. The committee members are required to be re-elected until the second term in a row.
The City Government Commission will nominate the city's manager and serve as the head of the executive in accordance with the city's charter. It manages and supervises the entire city organization, and pursues efficiency and effectiveness in accordance with the policies, plans, and rules set by the City Government Commission. The city manager is responsible for providing advice, providing information and conducting research on the city's policy, execution and planning to the city's Council.
There is a cable TV channel for public access TV in the city, and public meetings can be viewed live and recorded later. The Planning Committee meeting is held on the first Wednesday of each month and the City Council meeting is held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month.
Schools and libraries
Beaver Creek City School District contains five elementary schools, two junior high schools and one high school.
Currently, the school district is studying ways to increase revenue in response to an increase in the number of students. On November 4, 2008, the issue of 84 million dollars of bonds was approved by a referendum, and the school then built one school for each of the elementary and middle schools and renovated the school buildings throughout the school district. The branch of the Green County Public Library is available in the city.
- The Indu and Raj Soin Medical Center, the latest general hospital opened in 2012 and the hospital was named after local philanthropists.
- It has more than 140 stores near the Mall at Fairfield Commons, a shopping center opened in 1993, Light Patterson Air Base.
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- Beavercreek Home Page - Official Site
- Beavercreek branch of the Greene Country Public Library