January 4, 2023

Happy New Year from the City of Beavercreek!

The past year was a busy one for Beavercreek City Council and staff! As the city looks forward to many exciting projects and another great year in 2023, the video below highlights some of the city's accomplishments in 2022.

2022 State of the City Address

Beavercreek’s City Manager Pete Landrum recently delivered the 2022 State of the City Address. The presentation included an update on the city’s budget, 2022 operational and capital accomplishments, and future plans for city improvements. 

Watch the 2022 State of the City 

Capital improvement projects planned for 2023

From roads to stormwater, the City of Beavercreek’s Engineering Division has several big projects planned for 2023. Here is a list of capital improvement projects Beavercreek residents should look out for this year! 

Learn more about 2023 projects

Beavercreek Parks, Recreation & Culture

Staff with Beavercreek's Parks, Recreation & Culture Division is looking forward to an exciting 2023! Last year, the City of Beavercreek acquired 148-acres of land along Shalkertown Road to develop a new park. Staff would like to thank residents for all the great feedback and input we received for the park's name and development of the space.

The city’s parks division received more than 250 name submissions for the new park! At the December Park Board meeting, committee members narrowed down the park names to four finalists: Deerfield Park, Hopewell Park, Shakertown Park, and Springhouse Park. Beavercreek City Council will make the final decision on the park's name.

Additionally, staff has compiled all of the feedback received through public input meetings and online surveys. We will use this information to develop and present a final master plan to city council this summer. The plan will include cost estimates and phasing strategies for development. Stay tuned for more exciting information coming soon! 

Read more about the new park

Register for classes today!

Do you have a fitness-focused New Year’s resolution? We can help! The city’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Division offers several classes that can help to jump start your resolution, including Drums Alive Power Beats, evening Yoga, Line Dancing, Pilates, Strollers in Motion, and Taekwondo!

View Classes and Sign Up

Do you want to build a snowman?

Our annual snowman contest is back! Take a picture of your snowman or creature and email it to parks@beavercreekohio.gov by February 17. 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

Free Membership

Get a free membership to the Beavercreek Senior Center through Renew Active! Similar to the SilverSneakers membership program, the City of Beavercreek has partnered with UnitedHealthcare® to begin accepting Renew Active at the Senior Center. 

Renew Active is a Medicare fitness program that includes a free membership to participating locations. Beavercreek Senior Center members who are eligible for the program will have their annual membership fees waived. Stop by the front desk at 3868 Dayton-Xenia Road or give us a call at (937) 426-6166 to see if you are eligible.

Become a Volunteer

The Beavercreek Senior Center’s popular transportation program is looking for volunteers! The program helps to address senior mobility issues in the area. Drivers escort seniors to medical appointments, grocery stores, and other local activities. Call the center at (937) 426-6166 to learn more.

Learn about other volunteer opportunities with the city

Citizens Police Academy

Beavercreek Police Department’s popular Citizens Police Academy is now accepting applications! Learn about the department and get first-hand information on what it’s like to be a police officer and law enforcement professional. Sign up today!

Sign Up

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. 

View open positions and fill out an application

Upcoming meetings and events

Jan. 4 | Planning Commission Meeting 

Jan. 9 | City Council Work Session and Meeting

Jan. 10 | Parks, Recreation & Culture Board Meeting 

Jan. 11 | Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting 

Jan. 16 | City offices closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day 

Jan. 17 | City Council Work Session 

Jan. 23 | City Council Meeting 

View meeting agendas and minutes

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