- Flags in Glendale at half-staff
- Glendale Utility Dept. History and More
- COVID-19 testing at Town Hall
- Village Office Closed to Walk-in Visitors
Flags in Glendale at half-staffFlags in the Village of Glendale have been lowered in honor of 500,000 Americans killed by COVID-19 and in accordance with the orders of the Governor of the State of Ohio and President of the United States. All Village flags, flags of the State of Ohio, and flags of the United States in the Village will be flown at half-staff until sunset on February 26, 2021.
Glendale Utility Department History & MoreMuch has been happening with our Glendale Utilities as we make improvements and look to the future. The report linked below was prepared to briefly explain our history, our operations, the necessary improvements we are making, and how we will address the future.
Click the button below to read the report!
COVID-19 Testing at Town Hall
The Health Collaborative, UC Early Intervention Program, UC Health and partners will be conducting COVID-19 testing on through March at Village of Glendale Town Hall (80 E. Sharon Road). This testing is open to the public and is open on the above dates from 1-4 PM. This testing will be offered through the Test and Protect project and there will be no cost to individuals. Test and Protect is funded by Hamilton County. More information can be found at the link below.
Village Office Closed to Walk-in VisitorsAs a result of increasing cases of COVID-19 in Hamilton County, the Village Office will remain closed to walk-in visitors.
Looking to pay your utility bill? Please use our dropbox in the lobby to deposit checks. Credit card payments can be made online at www.glendaleohio.org/paymybill or by phone at (513) 771-7200.
If you have other Village business, please call (513) 771-7200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.