Pickleball is a fun game that is played on a court (similar to a tennis court) with the net at the center. It is played with a perforated plastic ball (similar to a wiffle ball) and wood or composite paddles (similar to large ping pong paddles). The game can be played as singles (one person per side) or doubles (two people per side). It is easy for beginners to learn, and can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Are you interested?

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Don’t be a burglary victim!

Posted on January 12, 2015 in Alerts

Over the past month the city has encountered two unrelated burglaries in the Pfeiffer Rd area, where in both cases the offender either entered through an unlocked exterior door or window.  Both suspects in these incidents  have been arrested on or near the scene in both cases, and no injuries occurred to the homeowners.  All residents and businesses are reminded to keep all doors and windows locked and to call 911 should they observe any suspicious activity in their neighborhoods.

As 2014 draws to a close, it is appropriate to reflect on the City’s successes and accomplishments during the past year. This list is the result of a lot of hard work by the City staff. Local residents can be proud of what has been achieved, and can look forward to exciting developments in 2015.

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Tracy Roblero was appointed Community Development Director on January 1, 2015 by City Manager Wayne Davis, replacing Frank Davis who recently retired. Tracy joined the City of Montgomery in September of 2006 as the City Planner and has over ten years’ experience in public service.

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Final Friday Flix, presented by the Montgomery Arts Commission, is a new film series with movies everyone can enjoy. The inaugural season embraces the “Dinner Party” theme and features films for food lovers of all ages.

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Since 1988, the Montgomery Photo Competition has recognized excellence in amateur photography by artists of all ages and experience levels from beginner to expert. Submit your best photos and you may win a prize!

  • Cash Prizes of $100!
  • Oldest photo contest in the Greater Cincinnati area!
  • All are welcome, from beginners to advanced amateurs!
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A Fond Adieu to Frank Davis

Posted on December 1, 2014 in General Information

December 31, 2014 is on the horizon, and for the City this will be a particularly difficult day for us as we bid a fond adieu to Frank Davis, a fourteen year veteran and public servant of the City of Montgomery with over thirty-four years working in the field of planning and community and economic development. We are very happy for Frank to reach this milestone in his career, yet, quite selfishly, we are sad for the community and for ourselves, anticipating the loss of such a professional, with such a work ethic and a belief in doing the “right thing” for the community

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Volunteer gives back tenfold

Posted on December 1, 2014 in Volunteering

Retirement for Jack Wild in 1998 from Hill Top Research did not mean sitting idle. I enjoy my retirement and especially enjoy my time volunteering. It is a great pleasure for me to be able to give something back for all the good things and blessings I have gotten in my life,” Wild says.

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