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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, we all need to work together to listen and follow the procedures provided by the many experts to delay and minimize the number of coronavirus cases throughout the U.S. and in Ohio.

The City of Germantown leaders have made the administrative decisions to help our residents to remain safe.
1. Effective March 18, the Germantown City Hall, Police Department and Fire Department offices are staffed but closed to visitors. Within the Germantown offices, staff are appropriately spaced to avoid contact and minimize exchange of germs.
2. The Police and Fire Department are staffed to continue to provide quality services. However, please call 911 for emergency purposes. Please contact your health provider for questions regarding health-related symptoms and if you should be tested for the coronavirus.
3. All public rental facilities offered by the City will be unavailable for the months of March and April.
Germantown residents can also help during these trying times by supporting our local businesses. Our numerous restaurants, bars, gyms and movie theater have been greatly impacted by State closure orders and limitations on the number of people who can gather. To assist the businesses impacted consider the following:
1. Shop local businesses for food and supplies.
2. Contact local restaurant for carry out services.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Germantown City Hall at 937-855-7255 if you have questions or suggestions. Also visit the City of Germantown website for updates as additional information is learned.

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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.

 How you care for your lawn can affect your local waterways. Runoff, yard clippings, chemicals, where and what you plant are just some of the components that can create stormwater pollution.

Go to for healthy lawn care practices including pollution prevention.

For more ways to prevent stormwater pollution from your lawn, refer to: What You Can Do in Your Yard article below provided by the EPA.

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