Yard waste collection resumes March 2

Beginning March 2, 2020, the weekly yard waste collection will resume at no charge for all one family and two-family residential homes. The program limits collection to three paper yard waste bags, cans or bundles at each residence (or one 90-gallon yard waste toter)....

Sponsor a community event in 2020

  Want to feature your business on the City website or in the Montgomery Bulletin? Want to be a part of some of the hometown community events that make Montgomery truly unique? Want to support the Montgomery community with a sponsorship contribution? The City of...

Welcome Officers Tolle and Meacham

Welcome Officers Tolle and Meacham After a thorough selection process, the Montgomery Police Department recently welcomed two new officers to their ranks.  These hires restore the police department to its full complement of officers after recent retirements.  Make...

Montgomery asks for input on diversity programming

The City of Montgomery launched Open Town Hall on this website in 2017.  Open Town Hall is an online platform designed to engage citizens in a conversation about important Montgomery topics. The next topic on Open Town Hall asks Montgomery residents about future...

Want to help your community?

Want to help your community?Participate in the 2020 Census. Jobs available. Apply now. Every ten years, the U.S. Census Bureau is responsible for conducting the nationwide census, as outlined in Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution. In addition to the...

A Cup of Coffee and a Conversation

February 2020 Council Corner On November 17, 2019, one of my fellow UC students took his own life. My heart broke at this horrible, unbelievable news, and my sadness grew deeper when I realized that his family, close friends, and others that knew him better...