Street Resurfacing

Street Resurfacing Program Begins This Spring

March 28, 2023

RFP for Construction Manager At Risk (CMAR) Montgomery Quarter Stage II Public Improvements

Posted on March 22, 2023

 Proposals for Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) services pursuant to RC §§ 9.33 et seq. will be received by the City of Montgomery, Ohio for the construction of certain public improvements including site grading, installation of storm water systems and other utilities, construction of public roadways and streetscape (“Stage II Public Improvement Project”) associated with...
2022 Winter Seasons of Beauty Winner - night

Winter 2022 Seasons of Beauty Award Winner

Posted on March 6, 2023

The City of Montgomery Beautification and Tree Commission has awarded the 2022 Winter Seasons of Beauty award to William and Patricia Matulewicz. The family has called Montgomery home since 1987, when they moved here from Montgomery, New York. They love being a part of the Montgomery, Ohio, community. The Matulewicz home was well-appointed for the...
Pfeiffer Rd and Deerfield Rd. Intersectin Improvements

Construction Update: Pfeiffer Rd. and Deerfield Rd. Roundabout

Posted on March 6, 2023

Construction is underway at the Pfeiffer Road and Deerfield Road intersection, converting the four-way stop to a single-lane roundabout. In 2022, construction consisted of utility work, including installing a new gas and water mains. In addition, a new storm sewer was installed, along with temporary asphalt pavement to the south side of Pfeiffer Road and...
Make Your Mental Health a Priority

REGISTER NOW for the Mental Health Fair on April 15

Posted on March 3, 2023

Looking back to May 12, 2022, when the City held its first community mental health presentation, the momentum to offer informative and educational mental health programming for the community continued to build and culminated in the City’s first-ever Mental Health Fair being hosted at Twin Lakes Retirement Community at 9840 Montgomery Road on Saturday, April...
Montgomery Arts Commission

The Montgomery Arts Commission wants your input!

Posted on March 2, 2023

The Montgomery Arts Commission is seeking your input to help guide current and future visual and performing arts offerings in our city. Please fill out our short survey to let us know your thoughts about the visual and performing arts in Montgomery. Complete the survey by April 30, and your name will be entered to...
Lisa Lorenz

Montgomery Welcomes Lisa Lorenz, Recreation Specialist

Posted on March 2, 2023

Lisa began working for the City as a seasonal employee in the summer of 2019. She returned in the summer of 2022 and was hired full-time in December. Before working for the City, she taught Spanish for fifteen years at Nativity and Sacred Heart Schools. Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from The...
Council Member Sasha Naiman

New Opportunities to Care for Our Community, Our Family, and Ourselves

Posted on March 1, 2023

Council Message by Council Member Sasha Naiman Amid day-to-day responsibilities, it is important (but sometimes difficult) to create meaningful opportunities for community engagement, family bonding, and personal well-being. Fortunately, Montgomery offers many wonderful ways to do all three—and sometimes all at once! Montgomery’s new “Family Volunteer Challenge” mixes community service with family fun and personal...
Pen Pals

Montgomery Pen Pal Exchange

Posted on February 16, 2023

In the fall, the City of Montgomery received a request from an official in our sister city, Neuilly-Plaisance, France, to help a boy find a pen pal in Montgomery. We posted the appeal on social media, and 8-year-old Harvey answered our call, and we are glad he did! Since this is 2023, Harvey and his...

Tax Filing Information

Posted on February 10, 2023

It’s time to start preparing for tax season, so here is some information that will help to ensure your return is complete and timely filed. The filing due date is April 18, 2023. This deadline applies to Montgomery tax returns, 1st quarter estimate payments and extension requests. On-line filing is not available for this tax...
Cooper Road Bridge Closure

Cooper Rd. Bridge Closure begins March 1

Posted on February 6, 2023

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will perform construction work on the Cooper Road Bridge, which crosses over I-71. The work includes replacing the bridge parapet walls and fencing. Construction is scheduled to begin on March 1 and will require the complete closure of the bridge for approximately 10 to 12 weeks to perform the work....
Weller Park Shelter

Park Shelter Reservations Open on March 1

Posted on February 5, 2023

You know spring is on its way when we open reservations for the park shelters! Reservations for Montgomery park shelters will be available from Wednesday, March 1, through Tuesday, October 31. Park shelter reservations may be made online or in person at City Hall. Reservations are not available over the phone. Park shelter reservations are...
Yard Waste

Yard Waste Collection Resumes March 6

Posted on February 5, 2023

Beginning Monday, March 6, 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). Any additional bags require one $3.00 Rumpke waste sticker per item. Additional 90-gallon toters will require...

Incident Brings Communities Together

Posted on February 2, 2023

Monday Night Football was an exciting night watching Joe Burrow and the team take the field on Monday, January 2. However, that excitement quickly faded as Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field. We watched in shock as players gathered around, some even with tears, as trainers performed CPR and an ambulance transported Hamlin to the...

The City of Montgomery Welcomes Two New Officers

Posted on February 2, 2023

The City of Montgomery is proud to welcome two new police officers to our department. Andre Jones comes to Montgomery from the Colerain Township Police Department, where he spent seven years. Andre graduated from Colerain High School, received an athletic scholarship to play football for the University of Cincinnati, and graduated with a degree in...

Officer Jeff Barger Promoted to Sergeant

Posted on February 2, 2023

Police Officer Jeff Barger was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant with the Montgomery Police Department. Jeff began his career in Montgomery in April 2018 and has served in different assignments during his career with the City. Before joining Montgomery, Jeff worked as a police officer in Norwood for over 16 years. He has...
Chris Dobrozsi

A United Montgomery in 2023

Posted on January 1, 2023

Council Message by Chris Dobrozsi Happy New Year to all. I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday season and was able to relax and enjoy time with family, friends, and neighbors during the most magical time of the year. My family and I certainly made the most of our time as we enjoyed the...
Holiday Greenery Recycle

Unlimited Yard Waste Continues, and Holiday Greenery Pickup Begins

Posted on December 27, 2022

The weekly unlimited yard waste pick-up will resume again on January 7, when it will be collected along with holiday greenery. Christmas trees, wreaths, and swags can be placed at the curb along with yard waste. Residents will not be required to have a yard waste sticker attached to them. Please place all waste at...
Montgomery Quarter Rendering 2

Montgomery Quarter Questions Answered

Posted on December 14, 2022

Progress continues at Phase I of the mixed-use Montgomery Quarter at the southern gateway to Historic Montgomery. The development team of Brandicorp, Neyer Properties, and Jeffery R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc. is working to bring this premier $150 million mixed-use development project to life. With construction continuing, residents have many questions about what is happening at...
Montgomery Quarter Overhead Rendering

Storm Water Management at the Montgomery Quarter, More Than Meets the Eye

Posted on December 12, 2022

It is amazing to see this 21-acre mixed-use development for shopping, dining, working, and living rising from the remnants of two old auto dealerships. In addition, the Montgomery Road and Cross County Highway interchange has been truly transformed with the completion of a large traffic roundabout. Importantly, the construction of such a project presented an...
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