The Tipp City Chamber is the principal resource for business development in our community.
Started in 1954, the Chamber delivers benefits to the community by leading in promotion of economic growth and providing connections and educational opportunities that help our members grow.
Whether it’s meeting someone new or getting assistance with a necessary resource to run your business, we want your business experience in Tipp City to be valuable.
From the beginning, location has played a prime role in the success of Tipp City, Ohio. What began in 1840 as a canal town has prospered into an extremely attractive area for business and industry due to the city’s location.
Tipp City, Ohio is located in Miami County, just North of the I-70 and I-75 Interchange near Dayton. The area includes both Monroe and Bethel Townships. Comprised of over 10,000 people, Tipp City has a highly skilled and educated workforce, renowned quality of life and excellent school systems.
Beneath the charming surface of the quaint historic district and immaculate tree-lined neighborhoods lies a strong and diversified industry base. Over fifty industries call Tipp City home.
There are several cornerstone businesses such as REGAL (formerly A.O. Smith), Process Equipment Company, Trophy Nut, Spring Hill Nurseries, Monroe Federal Savings & Loan, and Tip Top Canning that have called Tipp City home for many years. Each has helped pave the way for new industries such as Abbott, Proto Plastics, Creative Extruded Products, Repacorp, Inc., Meijer, and SK Mold.
Tipp City is a great location to own and operate your business. Within 10 miles of Dayton International Airport and 15 miles to downtown Dayton, Tipp City has a rich history that makes the community a very unique and enjoyable place to call home!
Tipp City was founded in 1840 by John Clark. Many of the first homes built by Mr. Clark are still in use today. The city’s original name was “Tippecanoe” derived from Williams Henry Harrison’s presidential campaign slogan, “Tippecanoe and Tyler too!” The name was later shortened to Tipp City in 1938.
At the edge of Tipp City resides Canal Lock No. 15 of the Miami-Erie Canal.