FAQ Topic: City Services

Where can I find free Wi-fi Service?

The City of Montgomery in partnership with Cincinnati Bell offers free public Wi-Fi at the lodges and surrounding area at Swaim and Dulle Parks, and the central business district from the Main Street and Montgomery Road split north past Remington Road and in the Shelly Ln. public parking lot. The public Wi-Fi in downtown Montgomery … Continued

How do I dispose of a large item?

Large Item Collection includes household items such as couches, chairs, mattresses, tables, appliances, carpets, padding and similar large items that will not fit into the automated waste wheeler. Do not place extra bags or cans of trash out for a large item pickup, this service is only intended for items that are too large to … Continued

One Stop Drop Recycling Event

The Environmental Advisory Commission sponsors an annual One-Stop Drop for Responsible Recycling event at the Public Works facility at 7315 Cornell Road each fall. This free event gives families a convenience way of getting rid of items that have been sitting around the house and taking up space. To find out more about the items … Continued

When is the City’s Brush Pickup?

The Montgomery Public Works Department provides two special brush pick up events per year: a spring and a fall curbside bulk collection of brush and limbs. This is in addition to the weekly Yard Waste Pickup provided by Rumpke. For full details, guidelines and schedule, please visit our City Brush Pickup page or enter your … Continued

Where can I find information about composting?

For the benefit of the environment, residents are encouraged to compost their yard waste.  For information on composting techniques and equipment check the Hamilton County Environmental Services website at hcdoes.org or call them at 946-7777.

How can I recycle cardboard?

Montgomery holds a cardboard recycling program on the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Montgomery Public Works Building, 7315 Cornell Road. Residents may drop off unlimited amounts of cardboard for recycling and there is no need to cut and bundle the cardboard. Cardboard can also be placed curbside … Continued

Where can I find information about trees?

The City of Montgomery has been a proud Tree City Award recipient for well over twenty years straight, and a Tree City USA Growth Award  for its ongoing commitment and action focused on environmental stewardship through, care of public trees in the City’s urban forest.  These awards continue the recognition received during 2009 when the … Continued

What is the Street Tree Program?

As part of its efforts to maintain both the City’s Tree City status and the many benefits provided by a healthy urban forest, the City of Montgomery offers the Street Tree Program to provide a street tree to property owners for a $150 co-pay.  The co-pay covers a portion of the cost of the tree … Continued

How does the City prioritize streets for snowplowing?

During winter weather conditions, streets are salted and plowed on a priority basis as follows: The first streets to be treated are arterial and collector streets. The next streets treated are subdivision main streets followed by cul-de-sac and “no outlet” streets. When a snow emergency is declared, parking on public streets is prohibited until snow … Continued

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