History of Trotwood, OH
Trotwood was initially called Higgins Station, and under the last name was platted in 1854.
The Village of Trotwood was participated in 1901 from fragments of Madison Township (the region itself was set up in 1809); in 1996 the town and region combined into a lone political component. This solidification achieved the creation of a Trotwood territory (Townview) that is completely circled by the City of Dayton. A couple of more unobtrusive sections are annexed to Trotwood by a road or a little part of land. The solidification in like manner added a colossal commonplace district to this provincial organization involving properties, greens, and gigantic natural spaces.
On May 27, 2019, Trotwood supported critical harm from an EF-4 twister that moved through Dayton region. The city endured harm to 500 homes and 59 homes were decimated. The Memorial Day twister struck at 11:00 p.m. after the National Weather Service gave a twister cautioning at 10:30 p.m.