Farmersville's aptly chosen name reflects the rural character the town has to offer.
Ten minutes southwest of Dayton in Montgomery County, residents of this rural farming community originally shared the local farms with the Shawnee Indians. 2000 residents live in a variety of properties ranging from small homes in the earliest settled areas to newer frame construction along Center Street in the downtown central district.
St. Rt. 4 and 725 offer access into Farmersville, but Germantown Pike is the primary route residents take into town.
Several hospitals are within easy access of Farmersville, including Miami Valley Hospital, Children's Medical Center and Sycamore Hospital in downtown Dayton, and Middletown Regional in Middletown.
Downtown merchants along Center Street provide a business cluster offering basic services to meet residents' needs.
Embracing the rural atmosphere, hiking, biking, and horseback riding are popular pastimes. Sports, culture and other pursuits are available in either Middletown or downtown Dayton.