Dimmeydale is a small neighborhood located on the western side of National Road between Edgewood and Greenwood Cemetery. It is largely residential, mostly made up of houses and one large apartment building. The area is named after the Dimmey family, who owned a large dairy farm in the area that has now become a part of the neighborhood. In November 2020, the neighborhood of Dimmeydale started to be surveyed for the potential to qualify for recognition as a historic district.
Dimmeydale is a small, but tight-knit neighborhood that is home to the Dimmeydale Community Association that organizes events, meetings, and celebrations. In addition, Dimmeydale also includes the Oglebay Institute’s Stifel Fine Arts Center, housed in the historic Edemar Mansion. Conveniently located next to National Road, the residential neighborhood is within walking distance from Wheeling Park and a short drive away from all other needed amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, and other shops.