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MCLA 2022 Applications Now Being Accepted

June 15, 2021

Covid business help

Accepting Applications for COVID-19 Business Relief Grant

Posted on June 7, 2021

The City of Montgomery is partnering with Hamilton County Planning and Development to provide grants in the amount of $5,000 to local businesses using Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 funds.  Eligible businesses can utilize the funds to prevent and respond to COVID-19 and/or reimburse eligible expenses incurred from March 15, 2020, through May 1, 2021. ...
Tax Office

2nd Quarter Taxes Due June 15

Posted on June 3, 2021

2nd quarter estimated Montgomery tax payments are due June 15th.  Remember, payments for any tax liability in excess of $200.00 must be paid quarterly. New this year, quarterly payments may be made through E-file, available on the Tax Office page.  Payments can be made by credit card or by checking account.  Click on the “I’m...
Grass clippings

Please Be Considerate When Moving Near the Street

Posted on June 1, 2021

When mowing your grass near the street, please be careful not to blow the cut clippings into the roadway.  This causes a serious safety hazard for runners and bicyclists as the clippings can be very slippery.  Furthermore, the clippings will eventually wash into the city’s storm drain system, where it can cause backups and blockages....
Outdoor Dining DORA

Support Local Businesses and Enjoy the DORA

Posted on May 30, 2021

Now that the weather is warmer, it is a perfect time to get out and enjoy the Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA).   This new initiative allows patrons 21+ to purchase alcoholic beverages in a designated cup from participating businesses and carry the beverages within a defined area in downtown Montgomery and at The Marketplace. What...
Top Dog 2020

Search Is On For The 2021 Top Dog!

Posted on May 29, 2021

The City of Montgomery is searching for their Top Dog for 2021! The winner of this contest will be featured in the August Bulletin and other publicity as well as earn the coveted "Top Dog" title. Explain in 150 words or less why your dog should be the 2021 Top Dog! Written descriptions, photos and...
Sons of the American Revolution

Grave Marking Ceremony Held at Hopewell Cemetery

Posted on May 28, 2021

On Saturday, April 17, the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) held a grave marking ceremony at Hopewell Cemetery honoring the eight Revolutionary War soldiers laid to rest there. CCSAR President Gregory Ballman served as emcee for the patriotic event. The gray skies and cool temperatures could not dampen the spirits...
Roundabout Drawing

The Roundabout is Nearing Completion. Are You Prepared?

Posted on May 27, 2021

As the roundabout construction nears completion, make sure you are prepared for the new traffic pattern. When driving a roundabout: Slow down when approaching a roundabout. Observe signs and pavement markings.  You may notice a yellow, diamond-shaped sign with a circle of arrows indicating a roundabout ahead and the suggested speed. Choose your lane before...
Junk King Recycling

Junk King and Document Destruction – Partners in Recycling Success!

Posted on May 26, 2021

Saturday, April 17 the City of Montgomery EAC collected electronics recycling and document shredding in addition to the monthly cardboard recycling at the Public Works facility. These additional services drew a large crowd of over 295 vehicles through the gates.  Over the three-hour event Document Destruction collected 8,600 lbs. of shredding and Junk King collected...
Chris Dobrozsi

The Future Leadership of Montgomery’s Strategic Partners

Posted on May 25, 2021

I hope that everyone has enjoyed the spring season thus far with the colorful flowers, birds singing, and the sweet smells of the season.  The past 16 months have certainly been a challenge, and I hope these simple pleasures have brought as much joy to your family as they have to mine as we look...
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Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Posted on May 25, 2021

Planning is now underway for the events below! Come join the fun as a volunteer. Independence Day Festival When: Saturday, July 3 Location: Montgomery Park What: Craft Table Volunteers Need (perfect for students) Hand out a craft to a family, family goes to a table and completes the craft. Clear tables if needed and disinfect...
2021 Volunteer Walk of Fame

Volunteers Inducted into the Volunteer Walk of Fame

Posted on May 24, 2021

The City proudly inducted Jim Matre, Vince Dong, Claire Hounchell, Nancy Jones, Darla Hall, Mark Laskovics, and Barbara Steinebrey into the Volunteer Walk of Fame Wednesday evening. Each volunteer completed 250 hours of volunteer work and received a brick with their name on it at Montgomery Park. Thank you for your service! For volunteer opportunities:...
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Montgomery’s Residential-Recycle Program Performance for 2020

Posted on May 5, 2021

You, the citizens of Montgomery, did an excellent job keeping waste out of the landfill during 2020!  As you know, our Residential Recycle Program (RRI) is the key venue for diverting materials from landfills.  The Hamilton County incentive also represents an important income stream that supports our good environmental stewardship.  The more we divert from...
Wilder-Swaim House

Celebrate Historic Preservation Month

Posted on May 4, 2021

The month of May is designated as National Historic Preservation Month.  The National Trust for Historic Preservation established this event in 1973, and it is celebrated every year by cities, historical societies, preservation groups, and various civic organizations throughout the country.  Founded in 1795 by settlers from Montgomery, New York, the City has a rich...
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New! Montgomery History Explorer Program

Posted on May 4, 2021

Enjoy the Montgomery History Explorer program together as a family. The FREE program includes a workbook for ages 6 and up. The Workbook provides participants with a variety of fun activities that will engage them in learning about local Montgomery Landmarks. Download a workbook online or pick one up at City Hall. History Explorer Workbook...
Sycamore Jr. High

Construction of New Middle School Approved

Posted on May 3, 2021

The Planning Commission approved a Final Development Site Plan with an equivalency to construct a new Junior High at 5757 Cooper Road.  The new school will be built behind the existing junior high, which will allow students to continue to attend the junior high during construction.  The plan also calls for relocating the bus depot...
Tax Office

Tax Filing Deadline May 17

Posted on May 1, 2021

The City Income Tax Commissioner has extended the date to file annual income tax returns until May 17, 2021.  This extension follows the Ohio Department of Taxation’s decision to extend Ohio’s tax return deadline to the federal government’s May 17, 2021, due date. Both penalty and interest will be waived during the time of the...
EV Charging Sign

Montgomery Unveils Electric Vehicle Charging Station with More on the Way

Posted on April 30, 2021

The City of Montgomery has partnered with local electric mobility company Electrada to offer electric vehicle (EV) charging to its residents at the Shelly Lane public parking lot. “The City of Montgomery is proud to provide our residents and the greater community the opportunity to charge their EVs at one of our busiest properties,” said...
Bridal Gowns

Welcome Montgomery Bridal To Downtown Montgomery

Posted on April 29, 2021

With a combined 35 years of bridal experience, owners Martha and Amanda have decided now is the time to bring Cincinnati brides a refreshing alternative to business as usual in the local bridal market. "We pride ourselves on our relaxed, friendly atmosphere, knowledgeable master stylists, and gorgeous, unique designs from across Europe, all showcased in the beautiful...
Phase 4 roundabout

Phase 4 of the Roundabout Construction to Begin in May

Posted on April 28, 2021

John R. Jurgensen will transition traffic into “Phase 4” configuration at Montgomery Road and Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway beginning in late-May.  This fourth phase is anticipated to last 3 to 4 weeks.  Phase 4 traffic modifications will consist of: Northbound and southbound Montgomery Road traffic will no longer be carried on the by-pass.  Instead,...
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