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November 3, 2021

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Unlimited Yard Waste & Holiday Greenery Pick-up Begins

Posted on November 30, 2021

The weekly unlimited yard waste pick-up continues through December 24. And special holiday greenery and unlimited yard waste pick-up will take place on the following three Saturdays: Saturday, January 8 Saturday, January 15 Saturday, January 22 Place Christmas trees, wreaths, and swags at the curb along with yard waste. Residents will not be required to use yard waste...
Montgomery Kroger

Kroger Gets A Facelift

Posted on November 29, 2021

Have you been wondering what is going on at the Kroger on Montgomery Road? Kroger is upgrading the façade of the building to include a new entry and vestibule, as well as a refresh of the materials. The interior of the building will also be upgraded with more self-checkout lanes, additional space for Kroger Click...
Mike Cappel

Montgomery Underground

Posted on November 26, 2021

Council Message by Mike Cappel Ready for Montgomery Underground? It is and will remain an important part of our community. But it’s not the latest restaurant to be announced in the Quarter. It’s not even as exciting as a clandestine group of citizens ready to step up when a crisis hits our city. In fact,...
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EAC Collects Stranded Holiday Lights & Extension Cords

Posted on November 22, 2021

The City of Montgomery Environmental Advisory Commission will be accepting holiday decoration lights (stranded) and extension cords at its monthly cardboard recycling event starting in November and running through January. The addition of these items further supports the City’s recycling efforts to reduce the amount of trash going into landfills. This Recycling Event occurs on...
Breakfast with Santa

Breakfast with Santa Returns!

Posted on November 18, 2021

Join Santa and his friends for an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast served up by City of Montgomery employee volunteers for $5/person (family rate of $20). **Please note: Reservations are required this year. Date: Saturday, December 11 Times: Starts at 8:00 am - Must preregister for one of three sessions. Location: Terwilliger Lodge, Montgomery, OH Bring a...
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2022 Montgomery Calendar Coming Soon

Posted on November 16, 2021

City staff members are currently wrapping up the finishing touches on the 2022 Montgomery Calendar. The theme for 2022 is “Life in Montgomery.” Historic photos are reimaged as artwork to demonstrate what life was like in Montgomery at some historical time in the City’s past. Look for an envelope in the mail from the City of Montgomery...
Food waste

Save The Date – Virtual Save The Food Webinar

Posted on November 12, 2021

Virtual Save the Food Webinar scheduled for December 16. Nearly 40% of all food produced in The U.S. is wasted. This is a massive problem, but it has simple solutions. Join us for an interactive presentation that is intended to teach the prevention of food waste. The discussion will center on cultural shifts, misconceptions around...
One Stop Drop 2021

One-Stop Drop: Thanks to the Community

Posted on November 1, 2021

The City of Montgomery and Environmental Advisory Commission thanks the community for their continued efforts in supporting recycling efforts. The One-Stop-Drop for Responsible Recycling and Document Destruction Day was held on Saturday, September 18. While it was a lighter event than in past years, we celebrate every time we divert items from going to the...
Lynda Roesch

Open House to Honor Council Member Lynda Roesch

Posted on October 29, 2021

City Council will host an Open House reception in honor of retiring Council Member Lynda Roesch on November 17 beginning at 6:15 p.m. in the Montgomery City Hall Council Chambers. Mark your calendars to attend this farewell reception and wish Council Member Roesch a Happy Retirement.
Online Survey

We Want To Know What You Think

Posted on October 29, 2021

Take the Tax Office Resident Survey. The Tax Office has extended the Resident Survey through November. In 2020 the Tax Office upgraded to Authority Tax, implemented a secure email portal for secure communications, and rolled out Tax Connect, an online E-filing system. Before E-File, there was no means to process your return electronically or make tax...
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Congratulations Halloween Coloring Contest Winners!

Posted on October 28, 2021

The following young artists have won their age group for the 2021 Halloween Coloring Contest. The Winter Coloring Contest runs Nov 1 - 19. For coloring sheets and details, view our Coloring Contest Page. Ages 6 and Under: Leo Rodefeld Ages 7-12: Audrey Gould   Ages 13 and up: Michael Deschene
Winter Heating Assistance

Help For Ohio Customers With High Heating Bills

Posted on October 26, 2021

Winter brings colder weather, which can bring higher energy bills. That’s especially true if you use natural gas for heating – as natural gas prices are rising across the globe. These rising prices could have impacts on some electric customers, too. Duke's money-saving programs, tips, and guidance can help you control your energy usage and...
Lynda Roesch

Reflections

Posted on October 25, 2021

Council Message by Lynda Roesch November is election month, and this is the first municipal election in over 20 years that I am not running. For more than 21 years, I have had the incredible privilege to serve the Montgomery community as a council member. During that time, much has changed in the City. The...
American Legion Post 630 Veterans

Volunteers to Honor Veterans at Hopewell Cemetery

Posted on October 22, 2021

American Legion Post 630 has once again graciously offered to lead the effort to mark all veterans' graves at Hopewell Cemetery in honor of Veterans Day on November 11. Post 630 consists of residents from Montgomery, Blue Ash, Madeira, Sycamore Township, Deer Park, Loveland, West Chester, and other local areas. On Saturday, November 6, beginning...
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Unlimited Yard Waste Collection Starts Nov 1

Posted on October 13, 2021

Unlimited Yard Waste Collection will begin on Monday, Nov. 1, and will end on Dec. 24, 2021. The City will also provide collections during the first three Saturdays in January to coincide with the Christmas tree and greenery collection. *Note that this year the New Years Day holiday falls on the first Saturday of January...
Terry tree tour

Join City Arborist For Fall Tree Tour

Posted on October 5, 2021

City Arborist Terry Willenbrink will give his annual Fall Tree Tour on Friday, Oct. 29, at 10:00 a.m. Willenbrink has over 35 years of experience with the City of Montgomery in landscape design, trees, and beautification. Participants will meet at Pioneer Park and walk along with Willenbrink as he discusses any and everything about trees...
Terwilliger Lodge

Lodge Rental Rate Increase as of November 1

Posted on October 1, 2021

Terwilliger Lodge recently went through significant improvements, making the kitchen more conducive to catering and onsite cooking. These improvements included upgrading kitchen appliances to a commercial refrigerator, a large cabinet-style freezer, two microwaves, two ovens, and a large cooktop. Not only did the functionality significantly improve, but the décor and aesthetics of the lodge were...
Lee Ann Bissmeyer

Council Message from Lee Ann Bissmeyer

Posted on September 27, 2021

This weekend I spent time with my colleagues on Council and 19 City staff members at our Strategic Plan Retreat. We worked with Management Partners, a consulting firm with whom we have a long-standing relationship, to navigate us through the process. The guiding document was the results from the 2021 Survey of Residents that you...
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Fall Curbside Brush Pick-Up Going On Now

Posted on September 20, 2021

The Montgomery Public Works Department will provide a spring curbside bulk brush collection of brush and limbs and is scheduled to begin on September 13. This collection period will be conducted over a five-week period. Each pick-up week is determined by the regular trash collection schedule. Please have brush out at the curb by Sunday...
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