New Resident Information

Welcome to the Village of Glendale! One of the most unique of Hamilton County’s 48 villages, cities and townships, the Village of Glendale is a historic oasis with beautiful homes, tree-lined streets, walkable parks and a vibrant Village Square shopping and dining district.

New to the Village? This page is meant to help you learn all about the community that you now call home. Here you will find important information about public utilities and services provided by the Village, how to ensure you’re receiving the latest news and updates about events around town and next steps for new residents.  
VIllage of Glendale Utility Department The Village of Glendale Utility Department operates the Village of Glendale Water and Wastewater Treatment plants. The Village is proud to operate its own Water Treatment Plant and provide our residents and businesses with high quality water pumped from wells fed by the Miami Valley Aquifer over 200 feet underground.

The Glendale Water Plant, located on Sharon Avenue is constantly updated and our water is rigorously and regularly tested to conform to current EPA standards. Every summer, a Consumer Confidence Report is sent to each customer. This report contains helpful information about water testing and water quality data. Click here for more information about the Consumer Confidence Report. 

The Village also operates its own Waste Water Treatment Plant, also along Sharon Avenue. This plant was originally constructed in the 1920s and has had several extensive renovations and reconstructions as mandated by the EPA.

How do I transfer utilities into my name?
In order to register your new utility account with the Village, please use the following form:
memo Utility Account Registration Form
The form must be completed and submitted on or before the date you take occupancy.  Completed forms can be emailed to Sally at swilson@glendaleohio.org. Utility bills are mailed on a quarterly basis in first week of January, April, July and October every year.

Village of Glendale Public Works DepartmentThe Village of Glendale Public Works Department provides a variety of services to residents and Village properties.

The Public Works Department provides regular brush collection throughout most of the year. Branches and brush may be placed at the curb for collection. Leaf collection typically occurs between mid-October and mid-December. Leaves may be placed at the curb for collection by the Village. Please do not mix sticks and brush with leaves, as this can damage the equipment. Also, please do not place items in the street for collection, as they can block the flow of storm water and clog catch basins.

Trash and recycling collection services are provided by Rumpke. Click here for more information about trash & recycling pickup. Trash and recycling are collected on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the Village. See below for the schedule for trash and recycling pickup.

Monday
Congress Ave. (up to 1000), Elk Ave., Erie Ave., Forest Ave., Forest Pl., E. Fountain Ave., W. Fountain Ave., Glen Alley, Greenville Ave. (705-915), Grove Ave., Ivy Ave., Laurel Ave. (up to 100), Magnolia Ave., Myrtle Ave., Oak St., Springfield Pk., Summit Ave., Van Nes Dr., Village Square, Willow Ave. (up to 1000), Wood Ave., Woodbine Ave.

Tuesday

Annadale Ln., Church St., Cole Ave., Congress Ave. (1001 and up), Coolidge Ave., Coral Ave., Garfield Ave., Greenville Ave. (1021-1075), Hetherington Ln., Jefferson Ave., N. Lake Ave., S. Lake Ave., Laurel Ave. (1001 and up), Lincoln Ave., Mathews Ct. E. Sharon Ave. (3-280), W. Sharon Ave. (9 and up), Washington Ave., Willow Ave. (1001 and up)

Wednesday
Albion Ave., Albion Ln., Ault Ln., Brandywine Dr., Camp St., Carruthers Pond subdivision, Chester Rd., Clarke Ct., Cleveland Ave., Creekwood Sq., Depot Ln., Glendale Ave., Glen Meadow Ct., Greenwood Ave., Hedgerow Ln., Kingfisher Ln., Linden Ave., Little Creek Ln., Maple Ave., Morse Ave., Oak Rd., Oak Dr., Osprey Ln., Rowley Ct., E. Sharon Ave. (300 and up), St. Edmunds Place Dr., N. Troy Ave., S. Troy Ave., Warwick Pl., E. Willow Ave.

You must provide your own trash container with a properly fitting lid. Containers should not exceed 70 pounds when full. Rumpke provides a recycling bin to each address. If yours is missing or damaged, please contact Rumpke directly at 513-742-2900 for more assistance.
Glendale Police and fire departments
The Village of Glendale Police Department provides full service law enforcement within the tight-knit Glendale community. The Glendale Police Department operates out of one of the oldest continually operating police station buildings at 301 W. Sharon Ave. If you have questions about the Glendale Police Department, feel free to contact an officer 24/7 by calling the non-emergency number at (513) 771-7645.

The Village of Glendale Volunteer Fire Department is a volunteer fire department made up of 40 volunteer firefighters and a professional fire chief. Operating out of a newly expanded station at 80 E. Sharon Ave., the Glendale Fire Department provides fire protection and basic life support services for the Village. Interested in learning more? Contact the Glendale Fire Department by calling the Village Office at (513) 771-7200. Village staff will be happy to put you in touch with a firefighter!

The Police and Fire Departments encourage all residents to sign up for Alert HC & Smart911 - the new emergency alert system for Hamilton County residents. The system provides immediate emergency alerts via phone, email or text for emergency situations such as inclement weather and public safety notices. Also, Glendale residents receive specific municipal notifications, including road closures and water main breaks.  Click here to learn more about Alert HC & Smart911.
Staying informed in GlendaleClick here to sign up for the Village of Glendale Weekly Newsletter. This is an easy way to stay up to date on public notices and events. The newsletter is sent every Friday evening.
Next stepsAs a new resident in the Village, we want to ensure that every question you may have is answered. If you need additional assistance, contact us. We will follow up to your request as soon as we can.

Thinking about doing some work around your home? Click here for more information about our building permit process.

Looking to get involved? Check the "Community" tab on the right for more information about the Village's various organizations.

Please explore this website for all the information you may need as a new resident of the Village of Glendale and welcome to the Village!