City of Tipp City

The City of Tipp City is a growing community located fourteen miles north of Dayton on Interstate 75. The City was first incorporated as a village in 1850, and later became a City in 1960. Its seven and a half square mile area serve a residential population of 10,274 (2020 Census). Residents can enjoy the revitalized historic downtown bustling with unique shops, boutiques, and weekend activities for all ages. In addition, residents can enjoy the City’s eight neighborhood parks, including a Nature Center and the Miami County Bike Trail, which follows along the Great Miami River and Miami and Erie Canal. 
This tightknit community offers the benefits of small-town life on the Miami River paired with the ease of big city access and proximity. The City is served by diversified transportation facilities. Immediate access is to four State Highways and to Interstate Highways 70 and 75. Passenger and freight air service is provided by the Dayton International Airport located approximately 10 miles from the City. Easy access to both Interstates 70 and 75 places Tipp City within approximately a one-hour drive of Columbus and Cincinnati and two hours from Indianapolis.