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Flag Disposal Option

JAN 7, 2020

Deer Park Troop 791 made a presentation to City Council, led by Jonathan Schramm as part of his Eagle Scout badge project, for a container to hold old, used, or faded USA flags, for proper disposal via special ceremonies by the Boy Scouts.  The Red White & Blue box is currently in the lobby of the Municipal Building.  The lobby is open Mon -Fri, 8 am - 4:30 pm.

Every Little Bite Helps poster

The Deer Park Community Schools have begun their annual Holiday food drive; collecting canned goods and paper products at various locations, from now through Dec 11, 2019.  There is a collection/donation barrel in the lobby of the Deer Park Municipal Building.  The Lobby is open during normal business hours, as well as during the evening of council meeting nights.  We thank you for your support.

Please click on the READ MORE, then click here for more info on the City's processing to become a charter city. (We are a statutory city now.)

Southern Cross Inc, will be in the Deer Park area in the near future, on behalf of Duke Energy.  They are inspecting gas metering equipment and piping inside buildings, as required by the US DOT.  Each inspection generally takes approximately 10 minutes. The Southern Cross Inc representative will have a visible picture ID, with Southern Cross Inc and Duke Energy contact information.  They will have a Southern Cross Inc logo on their vehicle.  Click here for their announcement letter.

Railroad sign

The I & O Railroad will be doing extensive repair work along the rail line from Norwood to Blue Ash.  This will entail the temporary closure of two crossings in Deer Park.  The crossing at Matson Ave is scheduled to be CLOSED on or after Sept 2nd for three days.  The crossing at Schenck is scheduled to be CLOSED on or after Sept 5th for three days.  Click here for a detour map.  Thank you for your patience.

Please be aware that on September 4, 2019 at 9 a.m., Hamilton County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (EMHSA) will be doing a countywide test of the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system. This test will result in a text-like message, accompanied by a special tone & vibration, to be sent to all WEA-capable phones within Hamilton County.  Click here for more information.

Deer Park Schools, Sycamore Township, and the Bridge of Hope Church are hosting a Community Forum regarding our community and understanding the impact of substance use disorders is scheduled for Tues Aug 27, 2019, at the Deer Park High School. (dinner @ 5, program @ 6 pm).  Please click here to view the flyer with additional information.

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) offers a Customer Assistance Program (CAP) to help low-income senior citizens pay their sewer bills. If you meet the MSD CAP eligibility requirements, you will receive a 25% discount on your monthly sewer charges. The estimated annual savings for a MSD senior customer is $120 (or more) per year. Eligibility is based on age, income, and property ownership.  Click here to access brochure and application.  You may also contact the city office for copy of brochure.

Hamilton County Homeland Security logo

Get Ready for Summer

MAY 21, 2019

In preparation for the upcoming summer months, Hamilton County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency (EMHSA) has shared some tips in their Summer Newsletter.  Click here to read more. 

You can also sign up to receive severe weather & emergency notifications from Alert Hamilton County (Alert HC) by visiting

By signing up for Alert HC, users will also be registered for the life-saving Smart911 system, allowing 9-1-1 call takers to receive important information when it matters most.  Take a moment and sign up today! 

FYI: On Saturday May 18, 2019, around 1:15 ish, The Fourth Annual Officer Sonny Kim Memorial Motorcycle Ride will pass through town on Plainfield Rd.

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