This list is thanks to the book Hidden History by Tony Kroeger, with a small amount of Googling on our part.
- Chuck Whalen Lane (L Street) – Whalen was a UD graduate who went on to serve as a US Representative
- Local 696 Way (Alwildy Drive) – United Auto Workers Local 696 has an HQ building on Alwildy, which was designated by Paul Deneau in 1965.
- Bishop John H. Mathews Jr. Way (College Street) – Mathews was a pastor of Mount Zion Church.
- Keith A Byars Sr. Way (Hoover Avenue) – Byars is a Dayton native who played in the NFL for 13 seasons as fullback and tight end. He played seven seasons for the Eagles, made the Pro Bowl in 1993 with the Dolphins, then SuperBowl XXXI with the New England Patriots.
- Commissioner Richard a Zimmer Memorial Bridge (Findlay Street Bridge) – Zimmer was a Dayton City Commissioner for 21 years.
- Dean Lovelace Drive (Madden Hills) – Lovelace was a Dayton City Commissioner.
- Martin Bayless Drive (Enroe Drive) – Bayless is a Dayton native who played in the NFL for 13 seasons for: St Louis Cardinals; Buffalo Bills; San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Washington Redskins. He is now a Director of Player Development and General Manager at Brevard College.