Miami Township Monthly
March 2020
Census 2020
What to expect in the mail
This is it! It's time! Census 2020 comes calling in March! $675 billion in federal funds are at stake... money spent on roads, schools, hospitals and so much more.

Businesses use census data to determine where to open, local governments use it for public safety issues, and developers use the census to build new homes and revitalize aging neighborhoods.

It is your civic duty to fill out the census once every ten years as mandated by the U.S. Constitution.

And, for the first time, you will be able to fill out the census online.

The first census materials should arrive at your home around March 12, followed by reminders and ultimately, a home visit if you do not respond. For more information about Census 2020, watch the videos or click on the banner below:
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Miami Township offers many ways to receive information about our community! While we have ramped up the use of our social media sites and our monthly online newsletter, there is another way to stay connected.

Notify Me is a program you can access directly from our website . You can sign up to receive emails and/or texts about township news, events, meeting agendas and more. You choose which notifications you want to receive. Then, every time we add something to the site, you'll be notified! Sign up using your email address and/or cell phone number. It's that simple!
At Your Service - News and Events
Explore becoming an Explorer!
The Miami Township Police Department is holding a recruitment drive to encourage young adults to become an Explorer. The program offers practical training experiences, service projects and allows participants to explore law enforcement as a career.

The recruitment open house is Wednesday, March 11, from 7 - 9 p.m., in the Government Center community room, 2700 Lyons Road. Click For more information.
Street paving plans for 2020
The Public Works Department is collaborating with the city of Miamisburg for potential savings in this year's street paving program. The following streets are scheduled to be paved in 2020:
  • Washington Church Road from Spring Valley to Lyons
  • Miami Village Drive from Lincolnshire to Austin Blvd.
  • Benner Road from Byers to the city limit
  • Small section of Shephard Road
The Board of Trustees passed a resolution approving the work at its February 25 meeting.
New 326 area code March 8
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio will begin distributing new 326 area codes March 8.

Anyone assigned a new phone number in our area after March 8, will have the 326 area code. All those who currently use the 937 area code will keep it. Learn More
Zion Lutheran celebrates 200 years
Zion Lutheran Church is celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2020. It is among the oldest Lutheran congregations in Ohio.

A special anniversary combined worship service will be held on the second Sunday of each month beginning at 10 a.m. Former Zion Pastor Rick Hinger returns to preach on March 8.

A special service project is also planned monthly. In January, the church donated 450 pairs of new socks and 240 pairs of new shoes through the Shoes for the Shoeless charity for students in need at West Carrollton's C.F. Holliday School.

Zion Lutheran Church is located at the corner of Munger and Alex Bell roads.
Awe, Snap! opens at Dayton Mall
Miami Township helped celebrate the grand opening of a new business inside the Dayton Mall. Awe Snap sells unique, interchangeable jewelry from a kiosk located just east of Macy's.

The unique jewelry 'snap' design is used on everything from necklaces, bracelets, hair accessories, lanyards and more!

Trustee Terry Posey, Jr. presented Awe Snap! owners with a special proclamation during a South Metro Regional Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony.
Video: Township pet wins Today Show's 'Best in Show'

The Today Show hunt to find the 'Best in Show' has a winner! After receiving more than 1,200 submissions, Miami Township's very own, Vinny, won the top prize and now gets a trip to California to compete in the Beverly Hills Dog Show! #miamitwppride

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Did You Know?
  • Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 8. Remember to spring forward at 2 a.m.

  • We want your input about the future of Miami Township. Be a part of The Plan. Learn More
  • The Montgomery County Veterans Service Commission reminds township veterans it can help file claims, discharge papers and more. Financial assistance may also be available to those who qualify. Call (937) 225-4801 or visit the MCVSC online for more information.
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