Walk Score *
57 / 100
Bike Score *
52 / 100
Transit Score *
TB / 100
Average Home Value
Average House Size
1,368 sq. ft.
Average Lot Size
5,066 sq. ft.
The Five Oaks Neighborhood is located on the northwest side of Dayton within walking distance of downtown Dayton, The Great Miami River, The Stillwater River, Wolf Creek, Island Park, The Masonic Temple and The Dayton Art Institute.
Located within the neighborhood is DECA Prep Elementary School, Five Oaks Park, and Grandview Medical Center. There are several community gardens and one pocket park.
Our neighbors represent a diverse array of ethnicities, ages, and incomes. Our housing stock is varied by style and size, forming a beautiful architectural streetscape.
There are three historic districts within the neighborhood.
Five Oaks has a robust community engagement strategy by holding regular neighborhood association meetings, community picnics, block parties and garden tours. Participation in our beautification efforts draws residents from adjacent neighborhoods and University of Dayton students who assist our residents with targeted efforts to maintain a safe and healthy neighborhood.
The Five Oaks Neighborhood is recognized as a national model for its system of gates and road closures developed through a program within the Department of Housing and Urban Development to mitigate crime and improve safety in the neighborhood.
Zip Code(s) 45405, 45406
Neighborhood(s) Five Oaks
Historic District(s) Grafton-Rockwood-Wroe, Squirrel-Forest, Kenilworth
Housing Units/Acre 6
Known For Plentiful housing opportunities
Five Oaks Neighborhood Improvement Association
Contact: Bill Marvin
* All scores with asterisk are from Walk Score