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A donation box now in the lobby of City Hall !  Now until Wed Dec 7th, 2022, for your toy (new, unwrapped) toy donation.  Thank you !!

Press release from Rumpke: please click here.

Please be aware of items that are recyclable & items that are hazardous and require proper and safe disposal.  See links in the press release.

The annual Holiday decorations spirit award nominations is going on now through Dec 15th !  Click here for the form to nominate a property for the award ! 

Ryan Homes, the builder for the new Wentworth townhomes is hosting a food drive.  You may drop off nonperishable items at any of their model homes; you can find the closest model at the new development off Blue Ash Road, just south of Galbraith Road.  Click here for their flyer.

Deer Park Schools is holding their annual food drive now until Dec 2nd, 2022.  There is a collection barrel in the main lobby of the City Building (7777 Blue Ash Rd).  Click here for their flyer with suggested items.  THANK YOU !!

LEAF PICK UP INFORMATION FOR DEER PARK RESIDENTS:

The City of Deer Park’s annual curbside leaf collection will begin the week of October 17, 2022, and end in mid-December of 2022.   PLEASE NOTE that the city’s weekly brush chipping will be suspended during the city’s curbside leaf collection.

The current Community electric aggregation program expires in December 2022. The goal for Energy Alliances, the Community's energy consultant, was to find an alternative supplier able to beat Duke Energy Ohio's default generation rate of 6.38 cents per kWh before the program's expiration. After thorough analysis, Energy Alliances did not find a supplier that could compete with Duke Energy Ohio's rate and suggested to the Community that they not renew the electric aggregation program at this time.  In an effort to look out for the best interest of the Community and its residents, Energy Alliances reccommended that all the accounts on the program go back to Duke Energy Ohio's default generation rate at the program end in December 2022.

 

Energy Alliances will continue to watch the  market and plans to bring options to the Community if they see a favorable alternative. The earliest the program would return is likely Spring of 2023.

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose reminds the voters of 2 State Issues on the Nov 8th ballot.  Go to www.VoteOhio.gov to see issue information.  

 

City Council has voted to approve several changes to the City Charter; in order to be adopted, the changes require an affirmative vote by the majority of voters in the Nov 8, 2022 election.  Click here to see the charter with the proposed changes; the seven changes are listed in the front of the packet.  The current charter is on the goverment page of this website.

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