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DORA hours expanding

Posted on May 3, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - May 3, 2023:  New expanded hours for the City's DORA (Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area) will begin Friday, May 5. Effective that date, the DORA around the downtown district will be in effect daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Miamisburg’s DORA has been in effect only Thursdays through Sundays since it was...

City lifts Boil Water Advisory

Posted on April 28, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - April 28, 2023:  The City of Miamisburg has lifted the Boil Water Advisory issued yesterday around the Sherwood Forest subdivision.  This Advisory was issued due to a water main break. #                #                #

Main break repaired; Boil Advisory in effect

Posted on April 27, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - April 27, 2023:  This morning's water main break has been repaired and service restored to affected households. As service is restored, residents may experience cloudy water resulting from air in the lines. This can be resolved by running cold water through a bathtub or other faucet until the water runs clear. A...

Water main break disrupting service

Posted on April 27, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - April 27, 2023:  There was a water main break overnight that has caused a service disruption or low pressure around the Heincke Road/Sherwood Forest subdivision area. Crews are on scene conducting repairs. An initial list of streets where a Boil Advisory is in effect includes Heincke (between Richard St and King Richard...
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City breaks ground on park project

Posted on April 18, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - April 18, 2023: Elected officials, staff, members of the community and contractors gathered this morning to break ground on a major improvement project launching at Riverfront Park. Equipment will begin mobilizing next week. The major elements of construction will take place through the end of the year, and the new Riverfront Park...
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City seeks applicants for board vacancies

Posted on February 1, 2023

Miamisburg, Ohio - Feb. 1, 2023:  Miamisburg City Council is now accepting applications to serve on the City’s Charter Review Commission and fill two openings on the Civil Service Commission. A five-member Charter Review Commission convenes every five years to review the City’s charter and make recommendations for any amendments or changes to City Council....

City mourns long-time mayor

Posted on December 9, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Nov. 9, 2022:  The City of Miamisburg has learned that the community's longest-serving mayor, Dick Church, Jr., passed away yesterday after a brief illness. He was 81. Mr. Church was mayor for 28 years before retiring at the end of 2019. Services are pending. #           #     ...
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City seeks applicants for board vacancies

Posted on November 17, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Nov. 17, 2022:  Miamisburg City Council is accepting applications for a vacancy on the City’s Citizens Urban Forestry Advisory Board (CUFAB) and two vacancies on the Planning Commission. The purpose of CUFAB is to promote and protect the public health, safety and general welfare of planting, preservation, maintenance and removal of trees,...

Council appointment fills vacant seat

Posted on September 23, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Sept. 23, 2022:  At a special meeting last night, City Council unanimously appointed Steve Beachler to fill the vacant at-large seat created by the recent resignation of Greg Thompson. A member of the City's Planning Commission since 2019, he will be sworn-in at the Oct. 4 Council meeting and complete Thompson's unexpired...
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Ninth Street bridge reopens

Posted on August 29, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Aug. 29, 2022:  The Ninth Street bridge reopened to traffic Friday after a summer rehabilitation project. Work included replacement of the bridge top box beams, asphalt roadway and sidewalks.  The project was completed ahead of schedule and on budget. The $748,000 construction cost included Ohio Department of Transportation grant funds of $546,000...
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Upgraded water meters being installed soon

Posted on August 22, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio – Aug. 22, 2022: In an ongoing effort to improve customer service and maximize water system efficiency for the community, the City of Miamisburg will soon begin the process of replacing its estimated 8,500 residential and commercial water meters. The City is partnering with Ferguson Waterworks on this project. The new meters are...
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Thompson announces resignation from City Council

Posted on August 17, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Aug. 17, 2022:  Miamisburg City Council member Greg Thompson announced last night that he will resign his at-large seat effective Aug. 31 due to a planned relocation out of the community.  He is currently in his third term and has served on Council approximately 10-and-a-half years. “It has been an absolute pleasure...
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City earns recognition for financial reporting

Posted on May 24, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - May 24, 2022:  The City of Miamisburg has again earned the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its Annual Comprehensive Financial Report for the year ended Dec. 31, 2020. This award is presented by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada and is the highest form...
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Home rehab program returns

Posted on April 22, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - April 22, 2022:  After a two-year hiatus, local residents can again apply for funding to assist with urgent home repairs or handicap-accessibility improvements. These Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) are available through Montgomery County and are intended to improve local housing stock, reduce property neglect and help residents address deteriorating conditions in order...
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Guidelines for filing local tax returns

Posted on February 22, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Feb. 22, 2022:  Residents of Miamisburg should note that the deadline for filing their 2021 City income tax returns will be Monday, April 18. This is the same date federal and state returns are due. This is the second year that individual taxpayers can file their local returns electronically. This option is available...
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Mayor’s State of the City Report available

Posted on February 14, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Feb. 14, 2022:  The 2022 State of the City address delivered by Mayor Michelle Collins is new available for viewing online and on cable television.  The mayor’s presentation includes an update on various City projects, a review of highlights in the community from the past year and a preview of some 2022...

Fire District announces selection for new chief

Posted on January 13, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio – Jan. 13, 2022: The Board of Trustees for the Miami Valley Fire District today appointed Brandon Barnett as the District’s new chief. He will be sworn-in to the position in February and succeed Matt Queen, who retired last summer after nine years as chief. Barnett joins the District after a 23-year career...

City Council elects new vice mayor

Posted on January 5, 2022

Miamisburg, Ohio - Jan. 5, 2022:  At last night's City Council meeting, members elected at-large representative Jeff Nestor as the new vice mayor.  He succeeds at-large representative Greg Thompson in that role.  The vice mayor in Miamisburg serves a two-year term. A local business owner, Vice Mayor Nestor has spent two years on City Council....
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Four Council members begin new terms

Posted on December 29, 2021

Miamisburg, Ohio - Dec. 29, 2021:  Swearing-in ceremonies for four Miamisburg City Council members will be held at the first 2022 regular meeting on Jan. 4 at 6 p.m.  Representatives of the four wards in the City—Mike McCabe, Tom Nicholas, John Stalder and Sarah Clark Thacker—will take their oaths of office and begin new four-year...
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Holiday recycling notes

Posted on December 28, 2021

Miamisburg, Ohio - Dec. 28, 2021:  Miamisburg citizens may drop-off their unwanted or non-working holiday lights for recycling at the Municipal Service Center (600 N. Main Street) through Jan. 31, 2022. All string lights accepted, including traditional and LED.  Residents can just conveniently drive through and place them in a parking lot receptacle.  In addition, Christmas...
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