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A Disaster Declaration was declared for the counties in Ohio affected by the Memorial Day tornadoes.  For the full article and additional FEMA information, please click the links below:
Disaster aid approved for Ohio tornadoes
FEMA Website

Montgomery County waiving disaster related permit and inspection fees:

Montgomery County is waiving the fees for all permits and inspections for the demolition, repair, and reconstruction of buildings damaged during the Memorial Day tornadoes. This fee waiver is effective through October 31, 2019, and it is retroactive to May 27, 2019.

Property owners and businesses will still need to get permits for all demolitions, repairs, and reconstruction, but the associated fees will be waived. For more information, visit:
or call the Montgomery County Building Department at (937) 225-4622.

Click Here for a list of updated Tornado Disaster Response Resources from Montgomery County.

For more information on property tax adjustments to damaged properties:

Please visit the Montgomery County Auditor website for full details.  You can also print and fill out the application to get the process started. Please note the application does need to be notarized.  You may contact the Brookville City Offices or the Montgomery County Auditor's Office for Notary assistance.
For any questions, please contact the Auditor's Office at (937) 225-4326.

Tornado Relief Additional Resources

Please note, the Montgomery County Auditor's Office will be conducting a 2020 Revaluation Project.  The first phase of this mandated projected will begin by photographs being taken of the outside of each property in the county.  This part of the project is scheduled to begin in Brookville the week of July 22 and is expected to continue through the end of August.  Please read the letter below for more information or visit their website at Montgomery County Auditor's Revaluation Project.

Auditor revalutation project

Safe Routes To School Update:

We are pleased to announce our Safe Routes to School Application was selected for funding!  The City was approved for $312,584, which was our full funding request to upgrade 3 intersection crosswalks with high visibility markings, one crosswalk will also include a rapid flashing beacon and sidewalk construction along Johnsville-Brookville Road. The project will be completed during State Fiscal Year 2022.

We would like to thank Brookville Local Schools and the Ohio Department of Transportation for their help on this project. We hope this project will help encourage and enable students to safely walk to school.  This process included many steps including Parent Surveys, gathering community feedback, developing an official Travel Plan approved by the Ohio Department of Transportation and finally applying for the Safe Routes to School Grant. 

WDTN news article -  Brookville SRTS Project

U.S. News and World Report have released their 2019 ranking of Best Public High Schools.


2019 Best High Schools 

Brookville High School ranked 47th in Ohio behind only Oakwood locally. 
To read the full article, click below:

2019 Best Public High Schools in the Nation

ODOT's Walk.Bike.Ohio Project

The Ohio Department of Transportation is launching its first-ever pedestrian and bicycle policy plan - Walk.Bike.Ohio- to address growing interest in active transportation among Ohioans.  This plan will guide active transportation policies and program investments in the state for years to come.  Part of the plan development process includes a short public survey to find out Ohioan's views on walking and biking.  The survey is open until August 31.  More information about the plan is available on the Walk.Bike.Ohio website or the survey can be found online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WalkBikeOhio

Dayton Water Quality Information and FAQ's

The City of Dayton has provided us with some helpful information on the quality of our drinking water.
Dayton Drinking Water - FAQs
The recent 2018 Consumer Water Quality Reports for  the City of Brookville and the City of Dayton can be viewed in our Archive Center.

City PSA-grass

spotlight showService Spotlight

Over the spring and early summer, our Service Department has been hard at work maintaining our roads, City facilities, water lines, the sewer plant and much more!  To read the  spring edition of the Service Spotlight CLICK HERE.

Thank you Service Department as always for a job well done!


Refuse and Recycling Routes and Information

Rumpke Holiday Schedule

Recently Completed Projects:

Fire Station #76 Grand Opening/Dedication July 2018

Recent DDN article on Station #76-Click here to read!


Arlington Road Bridge Project

Market Street Dedication

Montgomery County Soil and Water

Wolf Creek to be surveyed by drones.

A Montgomery County Soil and Water partnership will help to survey a section of Wolf Creek between Westbrook and Heeter Roads to identify log jams and other blockages.  

To read the complete article, click here: https://www.morningagclips.com/montgomery-county-partnership-to-assess-wolf-creek/