The community main street is Demokratías Street (GR-33 Patras-Tripoli Highway), and followed by Eleías Street (Old GR-9), and secondary streets are Polytechneíou which ends near Kríni where the remaining olive groves and pastures are founded. Also west of Ovrya for a size of less than 2 square kilometres. Buildings are lined up with the main street (Demokratías Street) north of the community. Ovrya's first school next to its narrowest street (Ovrya's south side) are lined up with a few trees, and neighbors the remaining olive groves and pastures of Patras.
Ovryá has two schools, churches, playgrounds, community square, and thousands of houses and buildings (2,000 for the community, and 4,000 for the municipality in range.)
Ovrya and Messatidos has no hotels, the nearest hospital is in Aghios Andreas N of Ovrya, and has access to its beaches in the southwest.
Two mountains are Omblos, a cliffy rocky one SE, hills to the south, seaside beach towns to its west, mountains of Acarnania to its north and the amazing Pan-Achaean Panachaiikós range and the Achaia Clauss in the NE.
Much of the housing developments began in the 1970s when Patras was booming.
The community's first and only supermarket was Kronos which was opened in the mid-1990s and is located not far from the beltway. Alpha-Beta Vassilopoulos and Veropoulis are founded in suburbia's downtown.
The Municipality of Messatidos has communities of Kríni, Savalía, and parts of Thea and Kallithea. The population passed over the 10,000 mark. It is home to about 6% of the Patras metro population. I(ts size is around the 80 to 100 km² mark. Forest dominate about 20% to 30% of the municipality, urban houses and buildings dominate about 5% of the municipality. and the rest remain pasteurized lands, and rocky mountains.
The town hall is on Demokratías Street not far from the centre and Thea and Kallithea.