Residents enjoy A Puzzle of Light at a 'Summer of Sound' concert.
It's happening on the Peace Corridor!
A number of area activities have been held on the front lawn of Grace Church.
What We Do
The 6th Annual Belgian Ale and Food Festival was held on Saturday, July 29th, from 4 - 7 pm. The event featured:
A fun time was had by all. Proceeds were used to construct the new identity sign at Salem and Riverview Avenue, and $1 of each ticket sale was donated to the Gem City Market.
Mark your calendars for our Seventh Annual BAFF, to be held August 4, 2018!
Attendees feast on the incredible Belgian-style ales and Belgian cuisine.
Together with our many partners and friends, we are working to revitalize the Peace Corridor in support of community and business desires, and to establish a quality of life that is unmatched elsewhere in the City of Dayton.
We will leverage principles of the “Welcome Dayton” initiative, to create an area that is deliberately friendly to diverse cultures and peoples. We will also reinforce the rich history of diversity -- past and present -- along the Corridor.
Another goal is to serve as an “Information Exchange” for the neighborhoods, businesses and institutions around the Peace Corridor, to facilitate interaction and communication among the entities.
Together, we plan to establish the reputation of the Peace Corridor as a destination for recreation, entertainment and commerce, with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and as a great place to live.
We are building on our historic legacy, unique neighborhoods, and economic potential.
Our goal is to become a regional destination for those seeking eclectic experiences, diversity and community, budding gardens, walking tours, bike paths, and friendship.
Our Approach to Community Building
The Salem Avenue Peace Corridor, LLC, (SAPC) works to promote and unify the communities, residents, businesses, and institutions along the Corridor.
We seek to create an environment that truly reflects our Shared Values of Safety, Prosperity and Quality of Life.
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley speaks at an SAPC Holiday event in 2013.