Huber Heights is a charming community located in Montgomery, Miami and Greene counties. It's located approximately 20 minutes from Dayton. Homes for rent allow families to discover a different culture at Wise Choice British Foods, Gifts and Candies, dig into a juicy rib eye steak at the Texas Roadhouse or indulge in some fried chicken at Frickers.
Facts for Renters
Huber Heights was once known as Wayne Township. The area's main form of commerce was based in agriculture.
During the 1900s, Huber Heights was a collection of farms outside of the city of Dayton. Around the 1930s the city began developing several suburbs which allowed the area to begin prospering.
The city was named after Charles Huber, who initially bought all the land in Huber Heights and began developing suburban homes.
Today, the city is known for having the most brick houses in America. The area is a nice balance of city and county as some of the farmland around Huber Heights was left untouched.
Greene County has the smallest portion of the city and Montgomery and Miami possess land closer to the center of the town.
The city is known for its familial community.
Resources for Renters
Learn about various things to do in this city by checking out the Huber Heights website.
Get the daily scoop of news, current events and other local happenings by reading the Dayton Daily News.
Find out how to enroll children in local schools, when parent teacher conferences are and other important information on the Huber Heights City Schools website.