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Lee Ann Bissmeyer

Spring is Coming to Montgomery

March 1, 2024

Evelyn Dumont

Evelyn Dumont Retires

Posted on February 23, 2024

After spending 34 years of dedicated service in local government, Evelyn Dumont, Community Development Customer Support and Office Manager, has retired. Evelyn began working for the City of Montgomery in August 2001 and, since that time, has served several different roles at City Hall. Before working for the City of Montgomery, Evelyn worked for Amberley...

Yard Wast Collection Resumes March 4

Posted on February 3, 2024

Beginning Monday, March 4, weekly yard waste collection will resume at no charge for all one and two-family residential homes. The program limits collection to three bags, cans, or bundles at each residence (or one 90-gallon yard waste toter). Additional bags, cans, or bundles require one $4.00 Rumpke waste sticker per item. Additional 90-gallon toters...
Ron Messer

Leadership

Posted on February 1, 2024

Council Message by Mayor Ron Messer Leadership. What is it? Why is it important? There are many definitions, books, college courses, and seminars on this multifaceted concept. Having studied it in graduate school, the military, and my business career, I now have the privilege to be part of it first hand here in Montgomery. So...
Office Otte, SRO

Thank You for Your Service, Officer Bob Otte

Posted on January 29, 2024

Congratulations to Montgomery Police Officer Bob Otte on his retirement. Bob has spent 27 years in law enforcement, including nearly 22 serving the City of Montgomery. During his career, Bob served as a Resource Officer at Sycamore Junior High School, a narcotics investigator with the Drug Abuse Reduction Taskforce (DART), and an Assistant Commander with...
Officer Payne, SRO

Congratulations, Officer Paul Payne

Posted on January 25, 2024

Officer Paul Payne was awarded the 2023 Hamilton County Police Association Award for Service. Since 2001, Paul Payne has served as the school resource officer for Sycamore High School and previously served as the president of the Ohio School Resource Officers Association. During a banquet in January, the HCPA Board presented Paul with the Col....
Holiday Greenery Recycle

Unlimited Yard Waste Continues and Holiday Greenery Pick-up Begins

Posted on December 24, 2023

The unlimited yard waste pickup resumes on January 6, when it’s collected along with holiday greenery. Christmas trees, wreaths, and swags can be placed at the curb along with yard waste. Residents are not required to have a yard waste sticker attached to them. Please place all waste at the curb on Friday evening before...
House shaped christmas tree ornament

2023 Landmark Ornament Now Available

Posted on December 15, 2023

The 2023 Landmark Ornament features the Johnson Murdough Building. The red building, which is located at 9429 Montgomery Road, was built around 1890. One ornament is $8 or two ornaments for $15. The ornaments are for sale at City Hall at 10101 Montgomery Road

Mills-Reynolds Joins Montgomery City Council

Posted on December 13, 2023

Catherine Mills-Reynolds grew up in Montgomery and is a graduate of the Sycamore School District. She received her BA in International Relations from the University of Cincinnati and her MA in Public Policy and Management from The Ohio State University. Catherine has served as a member on the Board of Zoning Appeals for the City of...
December 2023 Swearing In

Three Montgomery City Council Members Sworn into New Terms of Office

Posted on December 12, 2023

Mayor and Vice Mayor elected by peers Three Montgomery City Council members were sworn into office at the ceremony and reorganization meeting held on December 6 at Montgomery City Hall. Council members Ken Suer and Craig Margolis were re-elected in November and sworn in on December 6 to serve on the Montgomery City Council, each for...
Craig Margolis

Thank you, Montgomery!

Posted on December 1, 2023

Council Message by Mayor Craig Margolis My tenure as your mayor is ending, I now have a chance to reflect on the incredible journey we have shared over the past two years in Montgomery, our great city. Together, we have achieved milestones, faced challenges, and built a stronger, more united community. During my term, we...

City Seeks Applicants for Service and Engagement Grant

Posted on November 27, 2023

The City of Montgomery is seeking applications for the Service and Engagement Grant. This grant is open to all not-for-profit and local service organizations with innovative ideas and the skills necessary to execute creative community projects benefiting or engaging the citizens of Montgomery. Applications that provide a beneficial service, project, or event that engages or...
Mike Cappel

Change is Coming!

Posted on November 1, 2023

Council Message by Council Member Mike Cappel At writing time, we are in the midst of an election–sometimes called the silly season by government employees. Preposterous claims are made, exploding a once in a generation issue into what appears to be something frequent. All our personal problems suddenly become the fault of a particular candidate...
Hefty ReNew orange garbage bag

Rumpke Implements Hefty ReNew™ program in Montgomery

Posted on October 26, 2023

              You can now recycle more material than ever before!    As part of Rumpke’s ongoing commitment to ensure their customers can recycle the most material possible – they are once again growing their acceptable items list by implementing the Hefty ReNew™ program in Greater Cincinnati.   People who...
RITA Logo

RITA Transition Was Effective October 1!

Posted on October 25, 2023

Our transition to Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) was effective October 1. Instructions for setting up an account with RITA should have arrived in late September. If you have not received a welcome letter from RITA, please call the Tax Office at 513-792-8333, and we can help you get set up. We are excited to...
Photo With Leo Jack And Frannie

Meet Frannie, Montgomery’s Top Dog!

Posted on October 5, 2023

Residents of all ages submitted their information and pictures of their dog to the Top Dog Contest this summer, letting us know how much their pooch means to them and why they should be named Top Dog! And, the winner is…. FRANNIE! The incredible Portuguese Water Dog was entered by 10-year-old Montgomery resident Leo Webber....

Montgomery Named Top Workplace for Fifth Consecutive Year

Posted on October 3, 2023

The City of Montgomery is proud to be awarded a Top Workplace, 2023, by the Cincinnati Enquirer for the fifth year in a row. It is a title the City and staff work hard to maintain. “We are incredibly proud to be recognized as a Top Workplace in the Cincinnati area for the fifth consecutive...
Leaf bags

Unlimited Yard Waste Collection Starts October 30

Posted on October 1, 2023

Unlimited Yard Waste Collection begins Monday, October 30, and ends on December 22, 2023. The City will also provide collections during the first three Saturdays in January to coincide with the Christmas tree and greenery collection. If you have questions, please call City Hall at 513-891-2424. Guidelines Place leaves in regular 30-gallon trash cans, paper...
Council Member Sasha Naiman

Election Season

Posted on October 1, 2023

Council Message by Council Member Sasha Naiman With the election approaching, your voice matters—on your ballot and in the community. On your ballot, your voice impacts your neighborhoods, schools, and day-to-day living. America has over 19,000 incorporated cities, towns, and villages with varying governmental structures. Each has elected officials to carry out vital community functions....
2023 Fall Seasons Of Beauty Winner

2023 Summer Seasons of Beauty Award Winner

Posted on September 3, 2023

The City of Montgomery Beautification and Tree Commission has awarded the summer 2023 Seasons of Beauty Award to Fred and Melinda Barbi. The home’s beautiful front yard was bursting with blooms in baskets, boxes, and more this summer. The Barbi home was abundant with summer blooms, including both annuals and perennials. A Japanese maple, variegated...
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