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Community Shred Day

Latest News, Residents   ·   April 15, 2021

Community Shred Day German Township will hold a Community Shred Day on Saturday, May 1st from 9:00 am – 12:00 noon at the German Township offices, 12102 State Route 725 West. This event is open to everyone and will be a drive-up and drop-off service. The German Township Police Department will also be accepting unused […]

VV Interact club

Latest News, Parks and Recreation   ·   April 6, 2021

VV Interact Club at Veterans Memorial Park Volunteers from the Valley View Interact Club spread 2,000 lbs. of mulch at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, April 3rd. The mulch was kindly donated by the Germantown Rotary Club last November. Thank you to both organizations for their hard work, time, and generosity!

Dog Licenses 2021

Latest News, Residents   ·   January 27, 2021

Important Update for 2021 Dog Owners Ohio House Bill 404 has extended the deadline to purchase 2021 dog licenses to July 1, 2021. Dog owners purchasing a license before that point will not incur any late fees. In-person outposts will stop selling 2021 licenses as of February 1st. The City of Germantown is an outpost […]

Covid -19 updates

Latest News, Residents   ·   January 27, 2021

City Hall COVID-19 Update   The drive-through window and lobby vestibule are now open.  Due to COVID-19 concerns, staff is available by appointment, email, and phone. Tax forms and permit applications are available in the lobby vestibule. Utility payments may be made by calling our office phone at (937) 855-7260, through the drop-box and drive-through […]

Board Vacancy

Latest News, Residents   ·   January 15, 2021

The City of Germantown has several vacancies for the following City Boards and Commissions: Board of Tax Appeals, Personnel Board, Pool Board If you are interested in serving on a Board please send a letter of interest to Clerk of Council, One North Plum Street, Germantown, OH 45327.

City Hall Closure

Government, Latest News, Residents   ·   December 16, 2020

City Hall Closure   Effective Tuesday, December 15th, City Hall is closed due to COVID-19 concerns until further notice. Please check our Facebook page, City of Germantown, Ohio – Municipal Government, or our website,, for further updates. As the building is closed, 2021 Dog Licenses may be purchased at the Montgomery County Auditor’s office […]

Stray Cats

Latest News   ·   June 24, 2020

The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is partnering with the City of Germantown to help residents tackle cat overpopulation in a positive and proactive way! Stray or community cats can be a challenge to neighborhoods and through this collaboration we want to give residents a humane option to cat-related problems. The Community Cat Initiative is […]

A Letter to the Citizens from the Mayor

Latest News, Residents   ·   March 27, 2020

Click HERE to read a message to Germantown Citizens from the Mayor.

Germantown Residents and Business Members

Government, Latest News, Residents   ·   March 19, 2020

Germantown Residents and Business Members As we face one of the most challenging times as a result of the coronavirus, the City of Germantown Mayor, City Council and staff want to ensure the community we are working diligently with Federal, State and local leaders to protect the health and safety of everyone. During this time, […]

Coronavirus Situation Report 03/17/20

Government, Latest News, Residents   ·   March 19, 2020

  Please Click HERE for the most recent Montgomery County Public Health Situation Report

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Stormwater Education & Outreach

Stormwater Education & Outreach

Storm water runoff is...any water that is not soaked into the ground after a rain storm. Consequently, storm water runoff can pick up pollutants while flowing into local streams and rivers. The Storm Water Management Program (SWMP), launched in 2003, is ODOT\'s inter-agency effort to control pollutants in storm water discharge.

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