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Roundabout Construction Phase 3 to Begin this Spring

February 26, 2021

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2021 Pool Season Update

Posted on February 25, 2021

It is nice to think of summer pool season! However, we do not know just yet what the 2021 pool season will look like. Therefore, pool season memberships and swim team registration will not occur on Wednesday, March 3 as previously scheduled. We will update our Pool page and social media when this information becomes available. If...
Lydell 'Dell' Carter

Meet Dell Carter, a Diversity and Inclusion Committee Member

Posted on February 24, 2021

The City of Montgomery, like most American communities, is growing and diversifying.  Presently, Sycamore Community Schools has a student population representing 41 nationalities and spoken languages, making it one of the most culturally diverse systems in the state.  Approximately 10 percent of Montgomery residents are cultural minorities. City council and administration believe the infusion of...
Lee Ann Bissmeyer

Looking Ahead in 2021

Posted on February 22, 2021

Council Message by Lee Ann Bissmeyer “By March, the worst of the winter would be over. The snow would thaw, the rivers begin to run, and the world would wake into itself again.”-Neil Gaiman Recent Stepping-stones: The Montgomery Fire Department was fortunate to be a recipient of the first round of the Moderna vaccine. The...
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Nutrition Crossword Puzzle

Posted on February 22, 2021

Have a little fun and give our National Diet and Nutrition Month Crossword Puzzle a try! Click here for Crossword Puzzle Answers.   
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Park Shelter Reservations Open March 1

Posted on February 15, 2021

Reservations of Montgomery park shelters will be available from Monday, March 1, through Sunday, 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 only available to Montgomery residents, businesses, and employees of Montgomery businesses. Nonresidents may use the shelters...
Tennis Summer Camp

Youth Summer Camp Registration Opens March 1

Posted on February 4, 2021

Save the Date! Youth Summer Camp registration opens on March 1. Camp details are being finalized now. Watch our Youth Summer Camps page for updated details. For camp specific questions, contact Sara Fink at [email protected] or 513-792-8317.
Shakespeare in the Park

Sponsorship Opportunities Available

Posted on February 3, 2021

Want to feature your business on the City's 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 Montgomery’s recreation team is planning the City’s annual special events for...

City Receives AED Donation for Recreation Annex

Posted on February 2, 2021

Each February, we celebrate American Heart Month to bring awareness to the importance of heart health. This month we celebrate the important work of Realtors with Heart and Project Heart ReStart. The Realtors with Heart's mission is to make Greater Cincinnati more heart-safe through CPR/AED Training, AED Placement, and Advocacy. On December 9, 2020, the...
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Honoring Black History Month

Posted on February 1, 2021

Black History Month is a remembrance of important people and events in the history of African diaspora. Originating as part of an initiative by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926, it was Woodson’s idea that recognition should occur the second week of February, bookmarked between the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. Decades later,...
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If You’re Hurting, We Can Help

Posted on January 29, 2021

It is no secret that people are stressed out now more than ever. The combination of a global pandemic, social/political unrest, and financial pressures has caused an increase in mental health calls for first responders. These runs often manifest themselves as neighbor conflicts, domestic disputes, self-harm, and alcohol/drug abuse issues. Montgomery Officers routinely respond to...
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Recycle Your Styrofoam/EPS Locally

Posted on January 28, 2021

Styrofoam (expanded polystyrene) is a commonly used product because of its insulating and rigid properties. This material is used in such things as insulation, beverage cups, food “clamshells,” and packing/packaging materials. The downside of Styrofoam is that it degrades very slowly over hundreds of years when placed in landfills. Until now, there was not a...
Tax Office

Updated Tax Information

Posted on January 27, 2021

Coming Soon! Tax Connect Online Filing The City of Montgomery is happy to announce that E-File and E-Pay services will be available in February of 2021. These new services offer taxpayers a convenient and secure way to file and pay taxes online. The City of Montgomery is encouraging residents to save paper and skip printing,...
Cath Lab Bethesda Hospital

Addition to Bethesda North Hospital Approved

Posted on January 26, 2021

The Planning Commission approved a Final Development Site Plan on December 3 to allow for an addition to Bethesda North Hospital. The two-story addition is approximately 16,500 square feet in the location of the existing ‘vendor-lot’. It will provide space for GI/Endoscopy on the lower level and Cardiology/Cath labs on the first level. Due to...
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Sycamore Students Develop Montgomery History App

Posted on January 25, 2021

A team of Sycamore High School students recently created a mobile app called ‘Our History’ that highlights Montgomery’s history and historic Landmarks. Sycamore High School Seniors Norah Pack and Blake Rile, and Eli Cohen, currently in his first year at Washington University in St. Louis, volunteered their time and talents over the past year to...
Beautification & Tree Commission Member Darla Hall

Hats Off…

Posted on January 25, 2021 all the Montgomery Woman’s Club members, Beautification and Tree Commissioners, and individual volunteers for all their work on the Holiday Decorating Project Takedown. Along with City Public Works staff members, these volunteers spent a morning preparing all the decorations for storage. This is a tremendous project that is coordinated by the Montgomery Woman’s Club’s...
Officer Riley

Montgomery Officer Saves Motorist’s Life

Posted on January 11, 2021

On January 9, Montgomery Police Officer Riley assisted a motorist with a flat tire. During a conversation, he learned that she was headed to a family get together. Later that evening, Officer Riley was contacted by a concerned family member who said that the motorist was overdue and could be suffering from a medical emergency....
Council Member Gerri Harbison

Gerri Harbison – The Epitome of a Public Servant…and so much more!

Posted on January 8, 2021

On Saturday, January 2, our Montgomery Community was shattered with the passing of long-time City Council member and former Mayor Gerri Harbison. What began as a family attending the Montgomery Independence Day Parade and a visit to Montgomery Park to watch the annual Little League baseball game turned into more than 25 years of public...
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City Seeks Applicants for Service to the Community Grant

Posted on January 7, 2021

Photo Caption: Operation Give Back Executive Director Elaine Hipps (left) and Clare Salter, volunteer pantry coordinator, celebrate a successful WeTHRIVE! bundle program. The City of Montgomery is currently seeking applications for the Service to the Community Grant program.  This grant program is open to all not-for-profit and local service organizations with innovative ideas and the...
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You To The Rescue Resale Boutique Now Open

Posted on January 6, 2021

You To The Rescue, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non - profit donation-based upscale resale boutique located at 9510 Montgomery Road. They rehome unwanted men’s, woman’s, children’s clothing, accessories, home goods, pet items, and small furniture to benefit animals in the Cincinnati tri-state area. Currently, their net proceeds benefit the Animal Adoption Foundation, located in Ross,...
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