- April 6 Glendale Council meeting
- Village updates related to COVID-19
- Sharon Road Bridge Replacement
- "This is Glendale!" web series
- Water Quality & Forever Chemicals
Glendale Council Virtual MeetingThe upcoming Regular Meeting of the Glendale Village Council will be held virtually on Monday, April 6 at 7:00 p.m.
This virtual Council meeting will be available to watch on YouTube Live. A link to the meeting will be posted here, on the Village's website homepage, Monday prior to the meeting.
Anyone interested in speaking must contact Mayor Donald Lofty at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 3 at 4:00 p.m. If you have not registered by that time you will be unable to address Council at the April meeting.
To view the Packet for this meeting, click here.
For the full public notice, please click the link below.
Updates about Village operations
Click here for the most recent updates from the Village of Glendale pertaining to COVID-19.
Effective Tuesday, March 24th, the Village of Glendale Village Office will be closed to all visitors. Village administrative staff will work from home and may be reached by phone or email. Click here to submit a non-emergency message for Village staff.
Please submit your water meter reading by call or text to Sally at (513) 678-1019 or David at (513) 262-0132.
The Glendale Utility Department and Public Works Department will be operating with limited staff, focusing only on essential job duties and emergency situations, should they arise.
Sharon Road Bridge Project
Work is currently underway to rebuild the Sharon Ave. bridge, just east of Little Creek Ln.
To rebuild the bridge, it will be necessary to close a section of Sharon Avenue to through traffic, just east of Little Creek Lane, where the work will be done. The closure will begin February 24th for a period of 60 days. Should work necessitate an extension of closure time, we will notify you. This means that detours will soon be in place directing through traffic around Glendale, via Kemper, Chester, Sharon and Glendale-Milford.
Those having a destination in or living in Glendale will still have access via the interior streets.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call the Village Office at 771-7200.
"This Is Glendale!" Web Series
This Is Glendale, hosted by Bett Kooris and Joe Dubinski, tells the stories of the people and programs that are uniquely Glendale as well as keep viewers up to date on projects going on in the Village. New episodes are released monthly.
Press play above to watch the most recent episode! The This Is Glendale team discusses recycling efforts in the Village, highlights some of Glendale's most interesting architecture and reports on a special celebration for one of Glendale's most notable businesses!
Water Quality & Forever Chemicals
Many of you may have read where Cincinnati and Dayton have discovered trace amounts of PFAS (a manmade chemical used in the manufacturing of waterproofing products, Teflon, Gore-Tex, ect.) in their water sources (well water and surface water sources).
PFAS chemicals are called “Forever Chemicals” because they never break down – they last forever. The neighboring municipalities we mention detected levels ranging from 1 to 18 parts per trillion, which is fortunately lower than the Ohio EPA health advisory of 70 or more parts per trillion. When the Glendale Utilities learned of these concerns in other communities, an independent lab tested our water and no trace amounts of PFAS chemicals were detected in our raw well water or our finished water product. Looking forward, it is our intention to add PFAS chemicals to the list of other chemical tests we perform to proactively screen our finished drinking water product.