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Huber Heights

Montgomery County,

Ohio

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Come Grow With Us


The Ohio state capital is Columbus.


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45424

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Huber Heights is approximately 38,696 (1990), 38101 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 14,306 (1990), 14720 (2010).

The amount of land area in Huber Heights is 53.866 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Huber Heights is 21.0 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.345 sq kilometers.
The distance from Huber Heights to Washington DC is 407 miles. The distance to the Ohio state capital is 64 miles. (as the crow flies)
Huber Heights is positioned 39.85 degrees north of the equator and 84.11 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Huber Heights elevation is 970 feet above sea level.
Huber Heights median income is $49,073 (2000).

The Huber Heights median home price is $92,600 (2000).

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Location

Huber Heights location: just northeast of Dayton in Southwestern Ohio. Other nearby communities include Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Vandalia, Riverside, Northridge, Park Layne, Shiloh and Crystal Lakes.
Miami County is to the north with Clark and Greene Counties to the east. Greene County of also part of the southern border.

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History & History Related Items

Huber Heights history:

Before becoming the city of Huber Heights in 1981, the area was known as Wayne Township. Wayne Township was named for Major General Anthony Wayne who was a commander-in-chief in the army in 1792. It was created on 1 January 1810. The first privately owned utility company in Ohio was founded in 1956 by Charles H. Huber and during this same time period, he developed the first track of brick homes. Between 1956 and 1992, his company built 10,707 single family homes here. Also in the late 1950’s, I-70 was constructed through a portion of the township, bringing with it new growth and development with the population increasing by about 10,000 persons in just a ten year period.

The new city, Huber Heights, named for Charles Huber, was created in November 1981 with a modified council-manager form of government. Many businesses and firms have come to the area contributing to the economic success and growth. Huber Heights has continued to grow to over 40,000 residents by the early 2000’s.

The motto, Come Grow With Us, was adopted in 1998. Some of the other mottos for the community have been America’s Largest Community of Brick Homes, and The Friendly Community.

Here is a history page for Huber Heights.
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Attractions

Huber Heights attractions:

Home of Carriage Hill Farm Metro Park - an 1800's historic farm operated by volunteers in historic dress using traditional farming and housekeeping tools. Frequent programs, including kids helping farmers plow, tend animals, etc.

Home of Taylorsville Metro Park - a large section of the great Miami River Valley formed at the junction of Historic Route 40 where it intersects the river - formed as result of the Great Flood of 1913 - a predecessor to the Tennessee Valley Authority concept.

Near to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Huffman Prairie Flying Field where the Wright Brothers learned to fly.

Huber Heights Is America's largest community of Brick Homes. It is also the home of Charles Huber, the developer of the largest community of all-brick homes in the 1950s to house post-WWII American families.

Adjacent to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, the largest military museum in the world.

15 minutes from downtown Dayton's historic Victoria Theater, the Schuster Performing Arts Center, Dayton Art Institute, the Packard Car Museum and much more.

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