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Autumn leaves bring a wide range of colors to the park just outside the Amberley Village Municipal Building.
Amberley Village Open on Columbus Day, October 12, 2020
Amberley Village Administration and Maintenance offices will be open on Columbus Day, October 12, 2020. A public hearing will be held at the regular meeting of council to hear resident feedback regarding zoning code text for Amberley Green at 6:30 p.m. See the website calendar for more information regarding how to participate.
Reminder: Tax Extensions Due Thursday, October 15, 2020
Amberley Village residents who requested tax extensions for 2019 returns are reminded of the upcoming October 15 due date. See link below for downloadable forms. Questions? Contact Tax Administrator Jenny West at 531-0130.
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New Remote Meeting Security Protocols
A recent online meeting security breach has resulted in the need to enhance Village meeting protocols.

To further increase security, protect our time and ensure our meetings can remain open to the public, Amberley Village will now require that all participants register for meetings prior to logging in. The registration process takes just a couple of seconds the first time you use it, and will AutoFill for subsequent meetings.

Once registered, an email confirmation of your registration will be sent along with a password to sign in. This process will ensure the Village has information about who has registered.

It is recommended that attendees plan to register in advance and to login to our meetings a few minutes early until familiarized with the new process. We regret the need for these extra measures, but preserving the security and integrity of Village business is paramount.

Please contact Clerk of Council Tammy Reasoner at or 531-8675 with any questions regarding this new process.
Trick or Treat in Amberley Village
Amberley Village will continue its annual tradition of hosting Trick or Treat on Saturday, October 31 from 6 - 8 pm. Hamilton County Public Health’s advice and guidelines as well as best practices from the Ohio Department of Health are being provided below, as the Village strongly encourages residents to follow Governor Mike DeWine’s and the Ohio Department of Health’s recommendations on how to celebrate Halloween responsibly to keep your family, friends and neighbors healthy.

*Please note, this information is subject to change. Please continue to check Amberley Village website for the latest updates.
Print Newsletter Arrives in Mailboxes
Expanded Fall Edition Offers
Eight Pages of News & Updates
The Fall Edition of the Amberley Village Print Newsletter is here! Be sure and check out this jam-packed issue, which includes a lead story regarding the Amberley Village Police Department's role in a ten-count indictment in a county-wide car theft ring.

Other important updates include the zoning code text process for Amberley Green, Dogs Under Control, Duke Energy's Pipeline project and other timely information you'll need to know for the upcoming fall season.

Can't find your copy? No problem! Amberley Village archives all its newsletters on the landing page of the website - and here's a handy link to save you even more time!
Invisible but Dangerous

Cooler weather will be here soon. Amberley Village Fire Department encourages everyone to have carbon monoxide producing devices such as furnaces, water heaters, and fireplaces inspected by a professional before the heating season begins.
It's always a good idea to install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors on each level of your home.
Hamilton County Recycling Events
Cinfed Credit Union Paper Shredding Events in October:
Shredding events are free of charge, however, donations to the Freestore Foodbank (Ohio) and GO Pantry (Kentucky) are encouraged.

Participants must remain in their cars. Events are held from 9 am to 1 pm on the following days:

Cinfed Credit Union Branches

Household Hazardous Waste
Drop-Off Event
On Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., residents of Hamilton County are eligible to drop off hazardous waste by registering in advance at the link below:
When: Saturday, October 24, 2020
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Norwood
(specific location provided after registration)

Hamilton County, Ohio residents only!
Businesses, Churches, Non-Profits are Prohibited
No charge, Rain or Shine
Hazardous Waste Disposal Event Guidelines
Reminder: Public Hearing on Amberley Green
Zoning Code Text to Be Held on October 12, 2020
Amberley Green spans 133 acres, and sits on the site of the former Crest Hills Country Club. The property was acquired by Amberley Village in 2008.
Amberley Village Council will hold a first reading of proposed zoning text changes for Amberley Green at its September 14 council meeting. Then, in a public hearing on October 12, 2020, Council will receive public feedback regarding Amberley Green zoning code text.

Residents are invited to attend in person or online on Monday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m. Details will be available on the Village website calendar.

If you haven't already, take a moment to check out the tools for residents to learn more about proposed zoning text for Amberley Green, what it means, how it works, and ways to provide input via the Learn More button below.

The first of three videos regarding the proposed zoning code text is available at left; the other two are accessible via the Learn More button.

The proposed Amberley Green Zoning Code Text is an important first step for opening up possibilities for development of this key property in our Village, and your opinion matters. We look forward to hearing from you!
Amberley Village Police Turns Traffic Stop into Positive Interaction
Officer Andrea Alt recently shared a positive experience she had while pulling over a motorist for a routine traffic violation. After a positive exchange with the motorist, Officer Alt says the woman asked if she could hug her and have her picture taken with her. She then thanked both Officer Alt and Sergeant Schmidtgoessling for being so friendly!
Commemorations Coincide
October kicked off a couple of wonderful commemorations, with the dedication of a park bench and the return of AVPD's pink badges. On October 1, Mayor Muething and Councilmembers Wolf and Conway joined celebrating a bench dedication honoring Rabbi Isaac Jeruzalmi, PhD by his widow, Nimet. The bench also served as a kickoff to Amberley Village's new Tree + Bench Donation Program (see below for more information).

In addition, as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Amberley Village Police Department upholds its tradition of wearing pink badges through October. Above left, Officers Koenig and Monahan flank Nimet Jeruzalmi in their pink badges at the recent bench dedication ceremony honoring her late husband.
Tree + Bench Donation Program
Amberley Village's new Tree + Bench Donation Program offers a unique opportunity for residents and neighbors to commemorate a loved one, organization or special event. The Tree + Bench program not only provides public recognition for a person or event near to your heart, but also enhances the Village by strengthening its park-like assets.

For more information, visit our website via the link below - opportunities are limited, so be sure and reserve your tree and/or bench today!
Brush & Leaf Collection Services Reminder
Many residents are accustomed to having brush picked up on a specific day of the week. However, in an effort to increase efficiency, Amberley Village Maintenance Department will now pick up brush on a rotation designed to provide service to each house once per week.

In addition, Leaf Collection will begin on October 19 and run through December 31. Like last year, our Brush LIte service will continue through leaf season with intermittent, unscheduled pickups as the Maintenance Department is able.

The brush and leaves that the Village collects go to our Class IV composting facility rather than in a landfill. Chipped brush is used to fulfill resident requests for wood chips. These efforts contribute to the Village's overall commitment to recycling and responsible land use.

Please take a moment to review the proper ways to set out your leaves and brush to ensure the most efficient pickup. We're committed to serving all Amberley residents in a timely manner, so please respect your neighbors and do your part!

Questions? Call us at the Administration Office at 531-8675 for additional information.
Thanks in advance for helping us help you!
COVID-19 - Ohio Update
COVID-19 cases in Hamilton County remain steady, so be sure and remain diligent with social distancing and mask use. Hand-washing is still the number one way to combat the spread of coronavirus. With fall flu season just around the corner, residents are encouraged to take extra precautions, such as scheduling flu shots and limiting opportunities for exposure.

Questions? Check out some of these handy resources for more information:
Last Chance to Participate in the Census
Let's Not Leave 12% on the Table!
If you have not yet responded, save time and taxpayer dollars by visiting the button below to fill out a quick 5-minute survey.
Team Creed T-Shirts Now Available!
Our K9 unit was established in 2016 with its first K9, Creed. As a dual purpose K9, Creed is certified in narcotic detection and patrol operations (human odor detection, handler protection). K9 Creed is originally from Europe and responds to commands in Dutch, German and English. K9 Creed and Officer Alt are both state and nationally certified as a K9 team. K9 Creed not only assists Amberley in the deterrent and arrests of drug and theft related crimes, but also aids several agencies in Hamilton and Clermont counties.

Since Creed’s date of service, he has assisted in locating 24 people (two of whom were reported as critical missing, and 22 who were serious criminal offenders). Creed has assisted in the recovery of over 6,150 grams (roughly 14lbs) of illegal narcotics, 125 items of drug paraphernalia and 5 illegal hand guns.

Funds raised for the K9 unit will go towards training, everyday equipment (collars, leashes, harnesses, food supplies, kennel equipment, Cruiser equipment), K9 safety/protection equipment, handler protection equipment, and unexpected expenses such as emergency vet visits and procedures.

These shirts were created by the K9 unit and handler to support the K9 unit and to continue keeping it operating efficiently.

Shirts are $20 each, and can be ordered via the button below. Questions? Contact Officer Andrea Alt at or Amberley Village Dispatch at 513-531-2040.
Show Your Amberley Village Pride!
Amberley Village Fall Apparel Now Available in the Spirit Shop!
The Amberley Village Online Spirit Shop offers a wide variety of fleece, outerwear and accessories. Show your Amberley Village pride with high-quality, branded gear - perfect for all seasons!

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Amberley Village is committed to keeping lines of communication open and accessible between residents and government officials. In this spirit, Amberley Village has incorporated Village-issued email addresses for Councilmembers into its digital communications protocol.

These measures unify the format, making it easier for residents to send a message when an issue comes to mind. The member's first initial followed by last name (no space) will get your message on its way to members of the Amberley Village Council.

Amberley Village Council meets on the second Monday of each month.
The next scheduled meeting also includes a public hearing regarding
zoning code text for Amberley Green, and will be held
Monday, October 12 at 6:30 pm in Council Chambers and online.

Information to watch online is available on our website at

Residents may call in or attend in person to participate.
To speak at the meeting, please contact Clerk of Council Tammy Reasoner
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