- Village Council Vacancy
- Construction Updates in Glendale
- AlertHC & Smart911 - Learn More!
- Update from the Glendale Park Board
Glendale Seeks Applicants to Fill Council Vacancy
Councilwoman Debbie Grueninger has resigned from the Village Council, effective June 30, 2020. "On behalf of all Glendale residents, I thank Debbie for her many years of Village service and wish her well in the future," said Mayor Don Lofty.
The Mayor and Village Council of Glendale are seeking applicants to fill the vacancy on Council for a term to run until January 1, 2024. An individual who wishes to be considered for appointment must be a registered Glendale voter and have lived in the Village for at least one year. Interested residents should send an application to the Mayor by July 17, 2020. The submittal should include a cover letter explaining their reasons for seeking office, along with a brief resume and should be sent to Mayor Donald Lofty at 30 Village Square, Glendale, OH 45246 or email@example.com.
Individual interviews with the applicants will be conducted at a Special Council Meeting held in Executive Session on a date to be determined. Following the interviews, Council will go into public session to vote on its selection.
Construction Updates in GlendaleClick the link below for important updates from the Village Administrator on ongoing and upcoming construction projects throughout the Village.
- Sharon Road bridge/closure
- Water Main replacement along Sharon Avenue
- Quiet Zone improvements
- 2020 Street Resurfacing program
Alert HC & Smart911AlertHC and Smart911 are two programs operated by Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency (EMA).
AlertHC is a free service that offers users up-to-the-minute information on emergency situations, including severe weather alerts. The Village of Glendale has partnered with Hamilton County EMA to provide municipal alerts such as road closures and water main breaks as well.
Smart911 provides first responders with important personal information that can save precious moments when you call emergency services. Subscribers can list medications, known pre-existing conditions and other important medical details that help EMTs provide the best care as soon as they arrive on scene. All information provided to Smart911 is kept completely confidential.
The video below provides more information on both of these systems:
Update from the Glendale Park BoardDue the recent pandemic, the Park Board has not been able to meet since March, however, we have been as active as ever. From extensive plantings at Tollgate Park, Baby Trees and upcoming invasive species removal in the greenbelts along Oak, the Glendale Park Board has been busy beautifying Glendale and maintaining our status as a Tree City USA.
All of this work would not be possible without generous donations from neighbors and friends of the Village. We work hard to plant and protect the Village's tree canopy. We appreciate your generosity and kindly ask for your continued support for this very important work. Click "Read More" below for more information about the Park Board and our recent projects!
Joe Hubbard, Chairman of Park Board