The city is divided by districts and crews work through the districts in numerical order in several rounds. Our recommendation is that you begin raking leaves as soon as they begin to fall and keep raking as needed throughout the fall. Simply keep the pile in your yard at the curb edge and rest assured that our team will be back around to collect them. As always, leaves will be picked up and taken to the City's leaf composting center where it will be converted to leaf mulch and compost.
Please remember the following tips for leaf pickup:
Call 296-3255 (FALL) or VISIT OUR WEBSITE to find your leaf district and to see the current district where crews are completing leaf pick up.
Prior to collection, rake your leaves to the edge of your yard along the curb, but not into the street where they will block traffic and cause a hazard.
Do not bag your leaves or block storm drains.
Make sure leaves are not under, between or around parked cars.
Please don't rake anything except leaves out to the curb for pick-up. Branches, sticks, grass and other yard waste clog the machinery and throw the crews off schedule.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY WATER RATE PROPOSAL
Representatives from Montgomery County gave a presentation at a recent Kettering City Council meeting on the
proposed water rate increases which will impact Kettering customers.
Montgomery County has an
online rate calculator you can use to determine how the rate increase will impact your water bill.
KETTERING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Kettering City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Kettering City Council Chambers, 3600 Shroyer Road.
Every City Council meeting offers an opportunity for public comment, both regarding pending legislation and other matters. Council members genuinely appreciate hearing from our citizens.
Visit our website for more information and links to City Council meeting minutes and archived videos of City Council meetings.
HOW YOUR TAX DOLLARS IMPROVE OUR COMMUNITY
The City of Kettering wants you to know how your tax dollars are spent.
We believe in financial transparency and making city financial information accessible for our residents is a priority for City Council and administration.
Did you know that in addition to our City of Kettering Facebook page and Twitter posts the City of Kettering uses a system called Code Red to notify our residents of emergency incidents and critical community alerts?
The annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon was held Thursday, November 2 at Presidential Banquet Center. From July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017 our dedicated force of 1,156 volunteers donated 32,732 hours of service to the City of Kettering! Since its inception in 1979, the volunteer program has positively impacted our city in a variety of ways including saving our city $783,931! Now that's a reason to celebrate!
Volunteers celebrated "50's" style as many dressed in "50's" attire. "Elvis" was on site to greet our volunteers while they enjoyed favorite tunes from the "50's" and a diner style lunch.
Mayor Patterson presented volunteers with awards and certificates based on hours achieved.
In addition, the Kettering Volunteer Advisory Council presented the 2017 Partnership Award to Town & Country Shopping Center. This award recognizes outside organizations that make significant contributions to the betterment of our community through continued service and dedication. Town & Country's Property Manager, Pam Cochran and Marketing Coordinator, Dawn Wyatt accepted the award from Volunteer Advisory Council Chair, Kari Basson.
Congratulations to all of our wonderful volunteers and the many organizations that support our city's volunteer program!
(Photos include Partnership Award, Mayor Patterson and Volunteer Anneliese Bryant--recognized for 9,600 hours, and a photo of the crowd)