Joint Economic Development Districts

A joint economic development district (JEDD) is an agreement between a township and a city (or multiple cities) provided for under the Ohio Revised Code, section 715.69 through 715.90. A JEDD contract between the parties provides townships with certain city authorities such as setting speed limits, the ability to levy an income tax and protection from annexation. A JEDD is meant to create a partnership between local jurisdictions and provide economic development to both (or all parties) in the form of revenue sharing.

Please go to the Ohio State Fact Sheet , the Ohio Bar , or the Ohio Revised Code to learn more.

Miami Township-Dayton JEDD

The Miami Township-Dayton JEDD was created in July 2005. The JEDD levies a 1.75% income tax on all businesses within its boundaries. The tax income is then split 50 / 50 between both parties.

There are 12 businesses with approximately 300 employees within the 660 acre JEDD boundary.

JEDD Board

  • Tawana Jones, Chair, Montgomery County
  • Ford Weber, City of Dayton
  • Terry Slaybaugh, City of Dayton/Dayton Airport 
  • Christopher Snyder, Miami Township
  • Clay McCord, Miami Township

JEDD Master Plan

Annual Report

Maps

Miami Crossing JEDD

The Miami Crossing JEDD (formerly Miami Township - Dayton Mall JEDD) was created in June 2009. The JEDD levies a 2.25% income tax on all businesses within the JEDD boundaries. The income tax is split 70 / 30 township and city.

There are 24 businesses within the 192 acre boundary.

JEDD Board

  • Tracy Williams, Chair, At Large
  • Chris Fine, City of Miamisburg
  • Emily Christian, City of Miamisburg
  • Christopher Snyder, Miami Township
  • Clay McCord, Miami Township

JEDD Master Plan

Annual Reports

Maps

Austin Center JEDD

The Austin Center JEDD was created in June 2009. The JEDD levies a 2.25% income tax on all businesses within the boundaries.

JEDD Board

  • Crystal Corbin, Chair, Transportation Improvement District 
  • Steve Naas, CountyCorp
  • Jennifer Johns,City of Miamisburg
  • Chris Pozzuto, City of Springboro
  • Christopher Snyder, Miami Township

Annual Report

Maps