About Trotwood, Ohio
Discovering Trotwood, Ohio
Although it was called “Higgins Station” originally, the city of Trotwood has a population of about 24,400 people. It is located in Montgomery County, near Clayton, Dayton and Englewood.
Although it was laid out under that old name in 1854, it was incorporated as the village of Trotwood in 1901 with portions of the land area coming from Madison Township.
In 1996, the village and township merged into a single municipality.
The successful merger brought about the creation of a Trotwood neighborhood (Townview) that is completely surrounded by the City of Dayton. Numerous smaller sections are attached to Trotwood by a roadway or a small strip of land. The merger also added a large rural land area to this suburban community composed mostly of farms, golf courses, and large rural estates.
On May 27, 2019, Trotwood sustained significant damage from an EF-4 tornado that swept through the Dayton area. The city sustained damage to 500 homes while another 59 homes were completely destroyed. This “Memorial Day Tornado” struck at 11 p.m., shortly after the National Weather Service announced the tornado warning at 10:30 p.m.
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