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October 2022

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Newsletter submissions and story ideas are due to the Clerk of Council no later than the 15th of the month prior to publication. Email [email protected] or call 513-531-8675.

This Month in Amberley Village!

Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat in the Village will be held on Monday, October 31 from 6 - 8 p.m.

Administration & Maintenance

Administration Offices Open

Monday - Friday

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Dispatch Open

24 hours, 7 days a week

Trash & Recycling
Regular Friday Pick Up Remains
On Schedule

Leaf Collection

Leaf collection begins October 17 and runs through December 23

Brush Collection

Brush Collection continues as needed,

with one pickup per week

Please note: pickup days are no longer assigned to allow for greater efficiency

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Environmental Stewardship Committee Offers Guidance on Backyard Composting

Amberley Village Environmental Stewardship Committee (ESC) has discussed at several meetings the benefits of Backyard Composting. 


First let’s define what it is:  Composting is the natural process of recycling organic matter, such as leaves and food scraps, into a valuable fertilizer

Approximately 700 pounds of waste per household can be turned into compost instead of trash each year!


Reasons for starting composting in your backyard are:

·       Reduces Solid Waste and Landfills

·       Cuts Methane Emissions from Landfills

·       Improves Soil Health and Prevents Erosion


There are many easy ways to start your own program.  It can be as simple as tossing non-meat food scraps on the ground in an out-of-the way area of your yard. 


To find out more just google search:  Tips for Beginning Backyard Composting.  Also Hamilton County has excellent info that can be googled with the search “Hamilton County OH Composting and via the button below:

Hamilton County R3source Guide to Backyard Composting

Fire Prevention Week Sign Campaign

Amberley Village celebrates Fire Prevention Week all month long to remind residents of the imporatnace of fire safety and prevention.  Be sure and check smoke and CO2 Detectors, as well as devise an escape plan for your family - check out our website for some great resources and additional information!

Amberley Village Human Rights Commission (HRC) last year developed a campaign showcasing the Village as a community welcoming to all. These efforts were expanded at the recent Ice Cream Social, where yard signs were made available to residents wishing to join in the positive messaging to all who drive through our neighborhood. The yard signs are now available for pickup at the Administration window at the 7149 Ridge Road building. The signs are free of charge, and come in two sizes to meet the tastes and display preferences of our residents. The Human Rights Commission meets one Wednesday of every month in the Community Room at the Municipal Building. Check out the Village website HRC page and the calendar for more information.

Join Us for the October Meeting of Council!

Amberley Village Council meets on the second Monday of each month (unless there is a conflict). The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30 pm, and will be held in Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, located at 7149 Ridge Road.

Residents may submit comments in writing or attend in-person to participate. To speak at the meeting or submit written comments, please contact Clerk of Council Tammy Reasoner by noon the day of the meeting at 513-531-8675 or at [email protected]

Copies of the agenda and council packet are posted on the website the Friday prior to each meeting under Government / INFO SEARCH / Council & Committee Agendas or by clicking the link below.

Council & Committee Agendas

September Legislative Action

Resolution 2022-23, Creating The OneOhio Opioid Settlement Fund

Resolution 2022-24, Authorizing The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract With Beckman Services For The Replacement Of A Municipal Building Air Conditioning Unit

Resolution 2022-25, Authorizing The Village Manager To Enter Into A Contract For The Purchase Of Rock Salt

What's New at Your Local Library?

Whether your nearest library is Deer Park, Reading, Pleasant Ridge or Blue Ash, fall is the perfect time to renew your relationship with your local library! Amberley Village E-News makes it easy for you to check out library programming for the upcoming month via the button below.  For more information regarding the Featured Program, click on the image below.

Featured Program:
October Library Events Near Me
Deer Park Library Meeting & Study Room Reservation Information
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Fall Brings Cozy Apparel to the

Amberley Village Spirit Shop!

The Amberley Village Online Spirit Shop offers a wide variety of fall outwerwear to help residents show their Amberley Village pride - with high-quality, branded gear you can tailor to suit your taste. You can even preview it online! Can't decide? Gift cards are also available!

Link now available on the Amberley Village website!

Visit the Online Spirit Shop!
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