The mission of the Westwood Collaborative Network Neighborhood Association is to restore Westwood to a safe, clean, cared for model neighborhood with good schools and multiple opportunities for lifelong learning. We seek to attract and maintain resident homeowners and other responsible residents; who value continually improving our community, and the quality of life that these improvements provide. This will result in increasing property values in our neighborhood; and many benefits for the entire City of Dayton as well.
We envision Westwood as a residential area with attractive, eclectic homes, landscaped yards, well-maintained sidewalks, curbs, alleyways and streets. It will be a thriving place with businesses, institutions, and parks; that service residents, provide jobs for youth as well as adults, and that values our history and culture.
About Our Neighborhood
Westwood is the largest of eleven neighborhoods in southwest Dayton, with over 5600 residents. Many of those residents remember Westwood as a place of great creativity, industry, and prosperity. At the Westwood Collaborative we recognize the potential this neighborhood has now and are working to reclaim that former greatness.
City Of Dayton
Dayton is the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio and is the county seat of Montgomery County. A small portion of the city extends into Greene County. Harrison County is a township in the city where people began to settle in 1799. Weswood neighbourhood history began since the Harrison Township too.