February 1, 2023

Beavercreek City Council votes to place police levy on May ballot

Beavercreek residents will vote on a 1.8 mills police levy on the May ballot. Funds generated by the levy will be used to maintain and increase the police department’s service levels, including the hiring of 5 additional police officers, and purchase and maintain needed equipment. The requested levy amount does not include funding to build a new facility for the police department.

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Beavercreek Parks, Recreation & Culture

Beavercreek couple receives Citizens of the Year award

A Beavercreek couple has been awarded with the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association’s 2022 Citizens of the Year award. Bob and Vicki Darden were recognized for their involvement and dedication to youth in the Beavercreek community through the Beavercreek Youth Softball Association.

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Bicycle Maintenance Class

Three Sunday classes, March 5 - 19

9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

C.I. Beaver Hall

Learn the fundamentals of cleaning and repairing your bicycle! This program is hosted in part by the Bikeway and Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Committee (BANTAC).

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Skyhawks Winter Athletics

  • Mini-Hawk, ages 4 - 7
  • Multi-Sport, ages 6 - 12
  • Basketball, ages 5 - 9

Sports programs include baseball, soccer, basketball, pickleball, golf, flag football, and tennis.

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Retirement Planning Today

Thursday, February 9 and 16

6 - 9 p.m.

During this class, participants will learn how to manage investment risks, make informed decisions about their retirement plan, and more.

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Vu-Do Swing

Choose from three levels of swing dance classes.

Learn the basics in Swing I, improve your skills in Swing II, and learn advanced swing dancing techniques in Swing III.  Classes begin in February.

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Do you want to build a snowman?

The last day to enter into Beavercreek Parks, Recreation, & Culture's annual snowman contest is February 17!

To enter, take a picture of your snowman or creature and email it to parks@beavercreekohio.gov. We will share the pictures on the city's Facebook page and the family who submits the photo with the most reactions will win a prize!

Beavercreek Senior Center

Beavercreek Senior Center's transportation program receives 1st place award by OPRA

The service won first-place in the adaptive category for providing a program that "enhances the lives of those with special needs, such as emotional, cognitive, or physical disabilities."

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Day of Caring 365 Pancake Brunch

Open to everyone!

February 26

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Join us at the Beavercreek Senior Center for Day of Caring 365's annual Pancake Brunch.  All proceeds benefit Day of Caring 365, a nonprofit organization that helps those in need of hygiene items, food, and shelter. Hygiene items, including toothpaste, soap, shampoo, etc. may be dropped off any time before or on the day of the even at the center. You can also purchase tickets there.

Tickets are cash only and cost $6 for adults and $5 for seniors/children under 12. Other monetary donations are appreciated.

Managing Chronic Conditions

Tuesdays, February 14 through March 21

The Greene County Council on Aging (GCCOA) is presenting a six-week Healthy U Chronic Disease Workshop. Council team members, Jeff and Susan, will lead this interactive workshop covering a variety of topics including setting and achieving goals, strategies to deal with pain, stress and fatigue, and better communication with loved ones.  

Contact Jeff at jeff.s@gccoa.org or call (937) 376-5486 for more information or to reserve your spot.  This program is free, but advanced registration is required.

Cyber Security Tips from the

Beavercreek Police Department

The internet has proven to be a useful and necessary tool for many. Unfortunately, scammers and those who want to steal your identity know this all too well. Since cybercrimes are one of the fastest growing crimes, the Beavercreek Police Department would like to remind residents of some cyber security tips to help prevent cyberattacks and keep your personal information safe.

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Apply to be on a city board or commission

Make a difference in your community by applying to be on a Beavercreek board, commission, or committee. The city encourages residents to participate in their local government and decision-making on community issues. The deadline to submit is Friday, February 10.

View open positions and fill out an application

Upcoming meetings and events

Feb. 1 | Planning Commission Meeting

Feb. 13 | City Council Meeting

Feb. 14 | Parks, Recreation & Culture Board Meeting 

Feb. 20 | President's Day - City Offices Closed

Feb. 21 | City Council Work Session

Feb. 27 | City Council Meeting

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