Updated on March 27, 2020
Due to the recent Stay at Home Order issued from the State of Ohio, City Hall is closed from March 23 through April 6.
City Staff will continue to be available via phone or email.
In response to COVID-19, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 197 on March 27, which extends the state tax filing and payment date to July 15, 2020, consistent with federal guidelines. The deadline for Montgomery City tax returns and any payment due is now July 15, 2020.
Please drop off income tax documents in the mail slot located in the front door of the City Hall building. Documents can also be sent via mail, fax, or our secure email portal.
Go to this link for additional City income tax information http://www.montgomeryohio.org/pages/taxes/.
Playgrounds and basketball courts in City parks closed until further notice.
Based on the strong recommendation of the governor and state health officials, the City of Montgomery has closed all basketball courts starting immediately. Park staff has placed closed signage at the courts. Residents should continue to enjoy Montgomery’s beautiful parks and paved walking paths.
Families must stay alert and discuss with younger members why it is vital to continue to maintain a 6-foot distance from others and practice the CDC-advised precautions, such as washing hands for 20 seconds and coughing into your elbow. The best way to prevent illness from the COVID-19 virus is to avoid exposure to this virus. The best way to save lives is to stop the spread of the virus.
The City is in constant communication with state, county, and local leaders and is making decisions that are in the best interest of the community.
Your compliance with the State of Ohio stay at home order will save lives and speed up the conclusion of this order.
Montgomery Police and Fire Departments will continue to operate during this time.
Rumpke Trash and Recycling collection will continue to take place as scheduled. Simple Recycling has suspended curbside textile recycling effective immediately.
For all other matters, please contact us online at https://www.montgomeryohio.org/citizen-request/.
Meetings and Events
The following meetings are canceled for the remainder of March through April 30:
- Arts Commission
- Beautification & Tree Commission
- Tax Commission
- Civil Service Commission
- Board of Zoning Appeals
- Environmental Advisory Commission
- Landmarks Commission
- Parks and Recreation Commission
- Planning Commission
- Sister Cities Commission
The following events are canceled:
- All fitness classes
- 4/4 Extended Tax Hours
- 4/4 Photo Contest Exhibition
- 4/5 Photo Contest Reception
- 4/7 Basket Planting and Greenhouse Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
- 4/11 Extended Tax Hours
- 4/18 Cardboard Recycling
- 4/24 Arbor Day Walk
- 4/25 Drug Take-Back
- 4/29 Volunteer Dinner
Vote by mail has been extended through April 28, 2020 for the 2020 Primary Election. Ballots must be postmarked by April 27, 2020 or delivered to the Board of Election by 7:30 p.m. on April 28, 2020. Go to this link to print a vote-by-mail absentee ballot request form. You can also request a ballot by calling 513-632-7000 and the application for the ballot will be mailed to you. Learn more at votehamiltoncounty.gov.
Continue to check the Montgomery website for additional updates.
Thank you for your patience during this time.