January 2022
A letter to the community
As we look ahead to a prosperous new year, it is also time for reflection. Miami Township set a course in 2021 for new development, better service and strong public safety. Among them:

  • Completion of a comprehensive plan
  • Creation of the Community Investment and Innovation Fund
  • Creation of Miami Township Marketplace
  • Development of new parks board
  • New police department dispatch phone number
  • New fire chief to be announced
Watch the Year in Review 2021
Now accepting Parks Advisory Board applications
The Miami Township Parks Advisory Board was announced in September 2021 to put the 130-acre park system to better use for the community. It consists of one representative from each of five districts and two at-large positions. Each appointment will serve for a four-year term.
The board provides input to the Board of Trustees about parks services, funding and assists in the implementation of community events. Members will also act as township ambassadors to encourage input from the community about the park system.

To apply, download an application from our website, then email it to contact@miamitownship.com. You may also pick up an application at the Government Center, 2700 Lyons Road, during regular business hours, M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Call (937) 433-9969 with any questions. The deadline to apply is Friday, January 7, 2022, at 4:30 p.m.
At Your Service - News and Events
First BOT meeting of year moved to January 11
The Board of Trustees is starting off the new year with a meeting schedule change. The first trustees meeting of 2022 will be held on Tuesday, January 11, at 6 p.m. This is one week later than our normal first and third week schedule each month. The following meeting remains on January 18.
Are you dialing the right dispatch?
The Miami Township Police Department is now using the services of the Kettering Dispatch Center to take non-emergency calls. You should now be dialing (937) 296-2558 when you need to speak with an officer. Remember, always dial 911 during an emergency.
Winter snow removal
The falling leaves finally gave way to winter. Now that leaf season is behind us, Public Works crews are hitching up the snow plows, ready for whatever comes this winter. Snowfall of more than three inches brings out the plows. Snowfall under three inches, is treated with rock salt. Read about snow removal tips by CLICKING NOW.
Take a ride on Santa's Sleigh
Our Public Works Department took part in the 2021 Santa's Sleigh ride. Four of our snow plows made a trek to Dayton Children's Hospital to brighten the children's holiday season. Watch the video:
Recycle your Christmas tree
Five Rivers Metroparks has the perfect answer to get rid of your live Christmas tree. Recycle it! Drop it off at Eastwood Metropark, 1401 Harshman Road, by Sunday, January 16. Be sure it is free of all decoration! Parks employees hope to sink 800 trees to the bottom of the lake as a refuge and feeding area for fish! READ MORE
Tornado relief drives huge success
Not only did the Miami Valley Fire District collect a couple of truckloads full of goods to donate to the people devastated by the Kentucky tornadoes, but the Miamisburg Rotary collected $25,000 worth of goods for the same cause, plus, 160 Visa $25 gift cards. Thank you to all who donated. The Miamisburg Rotary continues to accept donations at https://fundraiser.support/KENTUCKY-TORNADO-RELIEF or by sending a check to The Miamisburg Rotary Club, P.O. Box 1666, Miamisburg, OH 45343.  
Watch a Marketplace video:
The House of De-Fi(ance) - A Fashion Design Coworking Experience is located inside the Dayton Mall.

A+ Cleaners is located at 8116 N. Springboro Pike.
Vienna Springs Health Campus is located at 2510 Vienna Parkway.
Did You Know?
  • The Government Center is closed Monday, January 17, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Offices reopen Tuesday at 8 a.m. No trash delay.
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