Meet Chris Burns, a Diversity and Inclusion Committee member

The City of Montgomery, like most American communities, is growing and diversifying. Presently, Sycamore Community Schools has a student population representing 54 nationalities and 41 spoken languages, making it one of the most culturally diverse systems in the...

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Fire Poster contest

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Fire Poster contest Each year, during Fire Prevention Week, normally held during the week of Oct. 9, the Montgomery Fire Department visits Montgomery Elementary to talk to the students about fire safety.  In addition to...

Holiday lights, extension cords to be collected for recycling

With the end-of-year holidays fast approaching, the City of Montgomery Environmental Advisory Commission is again expanding its monthly recycling collection to include the collection of holiday decoration lights (stranded) and extension cords. The commission will be...

2019 Montgomery Calendar coming soon

City staff members are currently wrapping up the finishing touches on the 2019 Montgomery Calendar.  The 2019 Calendar is titled Celebrate Montgomery to draw attention to Montgomery’s many special and unique events and opportunities to meet and engage with other...

2019 Leadership Academy attracts large applicant pool

The twelfth season of The Montgomery Citizens’ Leadership Academy 2019 is set to begin in January.  A record number of residents and business people have applied to embark on their journey into a behind the scenes look at our Montgomery community.  Not only will they...

Take time to find the right child caregiver

One of the toughest decisions parents make is who to entrust their child to when they are not there. Parents often rely on convenience and do not ask the tough questions. Friends and family are generally the first choices for most parents in search of a nanny or...