Miamisburg Community Association Management
Elite Management provides association management solutions to homeowners and condominium associations in Miamisburg through our Dayton, OH office.
The first named community in the Miamisburg area was Hole’s Station, after Zechariah Hole established a home on the west bank of the Miami River. The village became a city in the 1920s, known as Miamisburg for the river (and therefore the local Native American people). The city’s most recognizable landmark is a tumulus of the Adena culture, built between 1000 to 200 BCE. At sixty-eight feet tall, it is the state’s largest conical burial mound.
Between 1947 and 1993 Miamisburg was home to nuclear research and testing at the Mound laboratories and plant. Clean-up of the site began in 1996, and the Mound Advanced Technology Center opened several years later. This center is now home to the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center which dispatches the Dayton Police Department, eleven fire departments, and sixteen other law enforcement agencies.
Many of the houses in the Old Miamisburg district were built in the typical Victorian style in the nineteenth century, and other areas of the city include Italianate and Queen Anne style buildings. Due to suburban development in Miami Township in the late 1970s to 1990s, most of the area consists of single family homes. The City Beautification Commission awards “City Beautiful Awards” each summer to encourage Miamisburg citizens to maintain the aesthetics of their properties.
We specialize in HOA and Condominium Management
At Elite, we believe Miamisburg is a great place to live. Our goal is raise property values and make the city an even more desirable place to live by assisting the boards of directors of the community associations. Backed by state of the art technology and a team of association management professionals dedicated to providing the best service possible, we offer full service management solutions, including financial management, written correspondence to homeowners, administrative duties, maintenance tracking, and violation enforcement.
For more information on how we can partner with your association to better your community, please feel free to contact us by phone or email. We look forward to speaking to board members about their vision and goals for the neighborhood they call home.