Natural Gas and Electric
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LEARN THE FACTS ABOUT MT.
NATURAL GAS & ELECTRIC AGGREGATION
If you are
currently in a contract with another supplier you will not receive
"opt-out" letter for electric aggregation. You can "opt-in" by
calling 1-866-636-3749 or visiting: THIS WEB SITE
Make sure you have your electric bill handy. Customers who are
currently with another supplier need to be aware of any early
termination fees that they might have in their current contract.
Aggregation "opt-in" information: CLICK HERE
keep our city clean!
Residents please note that by
City Ordinance 97.16,
"no signs shall be posted in the
Violators can be fined up to $500.00
*Right-of-way is the area between the
the sidewalk which includes trees, utility poles
and lamp posts.
City Ordinance 50.07 Prohibits
of refuse along, near, or on any public
street or alley. This includes grass clippings swept or blown
onto the street.
Refuse eventually winds up in the
sewers causing backups.
Please bag your grass clippings!
City Council is looking for volunteers for a
Focus Group on Tuesday May 13th
at 6:30 PM
Call City Hall for more details...
Click below for
important recycling information
from Hamilton County. We're All In!
Recycling isnít just important for the environment,
but also for the economy.
Jobs are created by recycling, in fact Ė
recycling creates 10 times as many jobs as landfilling!
Please check often for updates
or check out our
interactive Google calendar!
AID VICTIMS OF
Mt. Healthy resident Anne Cole is sponsoring a drive to
no-longer-used wireless phones in any condition. The phones will be given to the
Verizon Wireless "HopeLine" program which donates
phones and airtime to victims and provides funding and
other contributions to non-profit domestic violence shelters
and prevention programs across the country.
Drop off your no-longer-used cell phones at the
City Building (7700 Perry St.) during business hours
8:30 AM and 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday
YOU CAN HELP A GOOD CAUSE!
Events, News &
Items of interest
for Mt. Healthy and surrounding areas.
If you are a property owner who
is at least age 65 or permanently disabled, you may qualify for
Homestead Exemption for property taxes...LEARN MORE!
Police Exam Results 2013
Mt. Healthy Newsletter
Co. Emergency Mgmt.
Replacing your Vital Documents
Open Burning Information
Rm Rental Agreement updated 7/10/13
Orders are now being taken
pavers at our Veterans
Monument on McMakin St.