Brookville, ten miles northwest of Dayton in Montgomery County, sits in an area of gently rolling countryside and farm meadows. Residents consider Brookville a suburban village with the space of the country and amenities of a small town.
More than 6000 people call the roughly three square miles of Brookville home. At one time, Brookville was primarily a farming community, and still retains much pride in its homegrown roots, but easier transportation has opened its doors to diversity, and growth is now evident.
Brookville is about 20 minutes northwest of downtown Dayton, and 10 minutes from the Dayton International Airport, on state route 56 just south of I-70.
Good Samaritan Hospital is within ten miles of Brookville.
Local merchants provide general merchandise and services conveniently located for residents.
History buffs will enjoy the historic downtown areas including the community museum located in the Victorian Samuel Spitler House. It's an active community with the Community Theatre, Brookville branch library and outdoor activities at the four area parks. Sycamore State Park borders the city offering access to over 2500 acres of hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and relaxation. The Wolf Creek Bike Trail passes through town, offering a 13-mile scenic ride through the rolling countryside.