How is your health?

The City of Montgomery and Hamilton County Public Health are partnering to collect data to include in a comprehensive Community Health Assessment (CHA).  The purpose of the assessment is to identify important issues that affect the health, safety, and well-being of...

Hopewell Road closure starting July 15

The Village of Indian Hill has informed the City of Montgomery that they will be closing Hopewell Road starting Monday, July 15. The closure will impact Hopewell on the west side of the intersection with Weil Road. Traffic will be directed from Weil Road to Weller...

City of Montgomery Names Independence Day Parade Winners

City of Montgomery Names Independence Day Parade Winners The Blue Ash American Legion NE Post 630 won the Best Patriotic Spirit ribbon for their unhampered display of patriotism. The Best Overall ribbon went to ACA, A Characteristic Attitude. The Montgomery Diversity...

Independence Day – With Malice Toward None, with Charity for All

Chris Burns, a resident from Tollgate Lane and member of the Montgomery Diversity and Inclusion Committee, gave the following speech during a recent Committee meeting.Chris is a historian specializing in President Ulysses S. Grant. He regularly speaks about President...

Great deals coming to Community-Wide Garage Sale

Bargain-hunters and those who enjoy finding a curbside deal are invited to the City of Montgomery Community – Wide Garage Sale set for Saturday, Sept. 7, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. A garage sale treasure map, with a complete listing of locations, will be...
Keep grass clippings out the of the street

Keep grass clippings out the of the street

As one continues to mow their lawn this summer, the City of Montgomery reminds homeowners and landscapers to keep grass clippings on the lawn and out of the street and off the sidewalks. Blowing grass clippings into the street is dangerous to the health of local...