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Kettering, OH

Kettering, OH

Kettering, OH

Helpful tips for moving to Kettering, OH - Greene and Montgomery Countie
Kettering is the largest suburb of Dayton, OH with a population of approximately 56,000. Kettering was named after the famous inventor of the automobile self-starter, Charles F. Kettering who made his home in this lovely Ohio town. With the sweet life of a smaller town and the close proximity to Dayton, Kettering is a great place to call home!

Kettering’s Weather:
Average temperature for the year in Kettering is a mild 53 degrees. During summer months, the highs usually run in the 80s with lows in the 60s. Winters are generally in the 30s and 40s but Kettering will get subzero temperatures from time to time. Be sure to bring the warm wooly sweaters, skis and snow blower along. Average snowfall amounts for the year total around 17 inches which mainly falls in January and February.  Average precipitation totals near 39 inches for the year and is very evenly distributed throughout the year.

Getting an Education in Kettering:
Kettering Schools are within the Kettering School District and are comprised of eight elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The district was named a “Top 100” school district by Money Magazine in 1995. For a great quality education, Kettering delivers.

If your goal is higher education, Kettering offers Kettering College of Medical Arts where you can obtain your degrees for Nursing, Physician Assistant, Sonography, Health Sciences, Respiratory Care, Radiologic Sciences & Imaging, or Human Biology. Additionally, Kettering offers the School of Advertising Art, a private graphic design college.    

Kettering Shopping:
Start out on a Saturday morning at the farmers market. If you’re looking for some local vegetables, fresh fruit, groceries, baked goods, visit the market on 2nd Street Market in Dayton, just 5 1/2 miles from Kettering.

Spend Saturday at The Greene with all your favorite shopping spots such as American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, The Children’s Place, Express, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Old Navy, and New York & Company. The Greene is located in Beavercreek, just a 9 mile drive from Kettering.

Best Dining Spots in Kettering:
Checking out the hotspots for some good food in Kettering? Visit Amici’s and order their vegan pizza with spinach and sun-dried tomatoes-- it’s a hit! If you’re in the mood for Italian, stop by family-owned Toscani’s Restaurant and have fun choosing from a wide variety of authentic Italian food such as the meatball and sausage appetizer, eggplant rollitini, tilapia, chicken parmigiana, spaghetti, and sweet cannoli for dessert! Of course, there are great places like All Star Sports & Wings, Hawthorn Grill and Chipotle, also in Kettering.

Helpful Links for Moving to Kettering, Ohio
City of Kettering
Kettering Chamber of Commerce
Kettering New Resident Guide
Kettering Voter Registration
Kettering Post Office

The service center for Kettering, OH is located in Dayton, OH.

Information about Kettering, OH

Est. Population: 53460
County: Montgomery
Latitude: 39.6833
Longitude: -84.1667
Zip Codes: 45409