Sharon Avenue Paving to Begin Soon
Crews from Jurgensen Co. are out preparing Sharon Avenue to begin paving next week, beginning Oct. 19th. As with the milling, no major disruptions to traffic flow are anticipated, however please take care when driving around crews working in the roadway and please follow all signage and traffic direction.
Paving was scheduled to begin the week of the 11th, but had to be postponed due to the weather. They need at least 3 sunny days or the result could be uneven paving.
Paving is anticipated to take 3 to 4 days, depending on weather conditions.
Once paving is complete, Jurgensen will return and apply striping and adjust manholes in the roadway to bring them level with the new road surface. This will result in a smoother road once completed.
HWB Virtual Candidates' Forum LivestreamThe Harry Whiting Brown Trustees are proud to sponsor this year’s Candidate’s Forum on October 12 at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall, 80 E. Sharon Road in Glendale, Ohio.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, resident attendance will be virtual only, with the entirety of the Forum being broadcast live by ICRC-TV. Please use the button below to watch the Forum LIVE on YouTube thanks to ICRC-TV.
This forum is sponsored by the Harry Whiting Brown Community Center who neither support nor oppose candidates for Village offices. All candidates for these offices are being invited to participate. For a list of candidates running for office & the responsibilities of the offices, please click here.
Glendale Utility Bills Sent OutGlendale Utility Bills for the 3rd quarter of 2021 have been mailed. These bills cover usage from July through September of 2021.
Have a question about your bill?
Bills are due October 28th, 2021. Any outstanding balance after that date is subject to a 10% late penalty. Click the button below to be taken to the online payment page.
If you have any additional questions, or need assistance, please reach out to the Village Office by calling (513) 771-7200.
Leaf Collection Starting Soon
Please place all brush out for collection no later than Monday, October 18th. This will be the final round of brush collection before we switch to our annual fall leaf collection.
Collection will continue until the winter, which is approximately December 15th. After the leaf season ends, you may bag your leaves for collection with your regular trash.
Because leaves will quickly clog our street storm water drains, please keep the piles of leaves off of the street and out of storm gutters - the grass area between the sidewalk and street is the proper location. We will rake them from that area into our vacuum.
Please do not mix any other materials with your leaves when raking them to the area between the sidewalk and curb. Foreign objects, including sticks, will cause damage to our leaf machine and may pose a hazard to our staff.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call us at 771-7200!