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Renter's Guide to Huber Heights

Huber Heights is an ideal community – the only thing it’s lacking is you!

Its great location, between the major cities of Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati, along with its many conveniences, make it the perfect spot for young adults. The economy is also great for entrepreneurs. In fact, in 2016 the city made WalletHub’s list of the best small cities in which to start a business.

Huber Heights is a Dayton suburb and is divided between Greene, Montgomery, and Miami Counties. It's about 22 square miles in area and is roughly one-third the size of Dayton.

Dayton is very close by, at a distance of only 16 miles. Cincinnati is about 62 miles away and Columbus is 64 miles.

You’ll enjoy temperate weather here. In fact, the average summer high is only about 74 degrees. In the winter, the lows average in the mid 20s. And there are about 10 days of snow a year – enough for a little winter fun without bringing life to a standstill.

Huber Heights, OH Demographics

  • Total Population50,190
  • Female 24,300
    Male 25,889
  • Median Age36.36

Cost of Living in Huber Heights, OH

A three-course meal for two at a mid-priced restaurant here costs between $33 and $48, while a regular cappuccino costs $3.40 on average.

Utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment, like electricity, heating, water, and waste disposal, cost an average of $151 a month. This is just slightly above the national average of $147.

The Greater Dayton RTA serves the public transportation needs here with a large bus system. A single fare is only $1.75, and 31-day passes can be purchased for $55.

There are also numerous taxi services in the city, including Anytime Cab Company, Yellow Cab, and All America Taxi.

Huber Heights, OH Average Rent

  • Huber Heights, OH Average Rental Price, December, 2016$655/mo
  • Studio$438
  • 1 Bedroom$576
  • 2 Bedrooms$730
  • Studio$515
  • 1 Bedroom$638
  • 2 Bedroom$754

Huber Heights, OH Apartment Rent Ranges

  • 6%< $500
  • 53%$501-$700
  • 41%$701-$1,000

Huber Heights, OH Rent Trends

All Rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Average Rent December, 2016 $655 $438 $576 $730
May / 2016 $639 $437 $565 $733
Jan / 2016 $629 $414 $565 $720
Sept / 2015 $612 $394 $511 $689
May / 2015 $599 $370 $565 $679
Jan / 2015 $650 $399 $509 $709
Sept / 2014 $700 $407 $522 $718
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Living in Huber Heights, OH

Residents cite an affordable cost of living and good city services as some of their favorite things about living here. Also, the local public schools are top notch and highly rated by both parents and critics.

One downside is a somewhat low median income for the area, about $51,000 per year in 2013. But the lower cost of living balances things out.

Things to do in Huber Heights

Although both Cincinnati and Columbus have professional sports teams, for something closer to home, you need look no further than Dayton. There are some amazing college teams there, including the Dayton Flyers and the Wright State Raiders. You’ll be able to enjoy baseball, soccer, football, and basketball here.

There are two shopping centers in Huber Heights, in addition to numerous freestanding stores. Both the Shoppes at Huber Heights and North Heights Plaza provide goods, services, and restaurants. Plus, there's the Dayton Mall just nearby. It’s an indoor mall with over 100 shops and eateries.

If you have kids or are looking for a family outing, the Kroger Aquatic Center at the Heights is a great choice. Not only are there water slides, pools, and a splash pad for toddlers and smaller kids, but city residents receive a discount on admission. For a fun and interesting free activity, visit the National Museum of the Air Force, located nearby at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Here you’ll find numerous exhibits regarding aerospace and military aviation history, science, and lectures.

Huber Heights also has some excellent parks for your enjoyment. The Carriage Hill MetroPark is a massive site that features horse riding trails and a historical demonstration farm. The Taylorsville MetroPark, on the west side of the city, offers a myriad of activities including hiking, biking, camping, ice skating, fishing, and areas to play with your dog. The Rip Rap Road Park also provides hiking and biking trails along with soccer fields.

For a romantic couples’ outing, catch a movie together at Rave Cinemas. If you and your significant other are music lovers, you can attend a concert at the huge Rose Music Center, completed in 2015. Some of the top bands and performers from around the country make appearances here.

Huber Heights certainly knows how to put on a festival! The Ribfest is an annual summer favorite. You’ll find music, a car show, craft vendors, activities for kids, and, of course, a grilling competition. Delicious!

The Marigold Festival also provides kids’ entertainment and vendors, along with live music and a number of food trucks.

Employment and Economy

The local economy is varied among several different industries. The area has been a transportation hub for over 100 years, and careers in water and land transit are still plentiful here, with companies like ABF Freight Systems. Coca-Cola Enterprises also has a facility in the city. Plus, the city of Huber Heights itself employs over 150 people in a variety of positions.

The area is also known for its strong medical industry. Those in healthcare can find opportunities with providers like Premier Health Partners, Grandview Medical System, and Dayton’s Children’s’ Medical Center. These facilities employ a combined total of over 17,000.

Huber Heights, OH Households

  • Total Number of Households19,355
  • Family 13,880
    Non-family 5,475
  • Children 6,761
    No Children 12,593
  • Average People Per Household2.58
  • Median Household Income$58,446
  • Median Household Disposable Income$48,561

Huber Heights, OH Crime Rate and Statistics

National Average

Below Average 100 Above Average
Total Crime Risk
77
Assault Risk
10
Automotive Theft Risk
61
Property Crime Risk
89
Rape Risk
129
Robbery Risk
73

Education in Huber Heights

Public schools here are part of the Huber Heights City School District, which contains five elementary schools and a single high school. There are also several private and parochial school options in the city.

For those interested in nursing or other healthcare careers, the Ohio Institute of Allied Health has its home here. There’s also a campus of Sinclair Community College in the city. And nearby Dayton is where you'll find the acclaimed Wright State University and University of Dayton. The latter has both undergraduate and graduate programs, in addition to law degrees.

Huber Heights, OH Education Statistics

  • 4%No High School
  • 10%Some HighSchool
  • 37%Some College
  • 16%Associate Degree
  • 22%Bachelor Degree
  • 11%Graduate Degree

Tips for Renting in Huber Heights

Ready for your new life in Huber Heights? Welcome!

Ohio affords renters some very comprehensive protections. For example, the law forbids your landlord from retaliating against you for complaints. And they must give you at least 24 hours notice before entering your property.

Your landlord may increase your rent amount at any time, but the increase will not go into effect until at least 30 days after the notification is made.

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