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Beavercreek Schools

The Beavercreek City School District is one of the leading public school districts in the state, having earned the Ohio Department of Education’s “Excellent” rating on 10 consecutive occasions.  Only 46 of 614 districts in Ohio can claim this distinction.

Character education is emphasized district-wide, and students are taught the importance of a core set of ethical values that include caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness.  Four of the district’s eight schools have been named “National Schools of Excellence;” two have been named “Ohio State Schools of Character;”and one received the “National School of Character” award from the Washington, D.C.-based Character Education Partnership.

Beavercreek Utilities

The City of Beavercreek is not a full-service municipality. See the links below for information on utilities, waste collection, fire protection, and other services.

Beavercreek Fire Department
Non-emergency: 426-1213

RumpkeWaste ManagementAllied / Dempsey

Dayton Power and Light
937-331-3900 / 800-433-8500

Natural Gas Companies

Building Permits and Inspections

Water Customer Service
562-7450

Sanitary Sewer Customer Service
562-7450

Other Public Services

Greene County Public Library
426-4442

Public Health
374-5600

Animal Control
562-7400

Yard Waste and Recycling Drop-off Site
562-5925

BeavercreekTaxation

The City of Beavercreek presently has no municipal income tax. City residents who are employed in another City that has a municipal tax must pay to that City. Consult your employer’s finance department or the City’s finance department for more info.

Property Taxes are collected by Greene County. Sales taxes are collected by the State of Ohio.

The State of Ohio requires all residents to pay State Income Taxes.