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  1. Kevin Sonnycalb Memorial Fireworks show will be held as scheduled

    The City of Xenia is pleased to announce the annual Kevin Sonnycalb Memorial Fireworks show will be held as scheduled, the evening of Friday, July 3rd. Read on...
  2. Hydrant flushing to take place in Xenia June 1-5

    Twice a year the City of Xenia flushes fire hydrants in order to test the hydrants and clean the water mains (main line in the water supply system). Read on...
  3. Governor DeWine announces 'Responsible Restart Ohio' plan

    Governor Mike DeWine announced the 'Responsible Restart Ohio' plan Monday afternoon, April 27th, laying out guidelines of when certain areas of the workforce may return. Read on...
  4. Xenia Police Division to resume active enforcement of downtown parking

    Over the past several weeks during the COVID-19 shut down, the City has not strictly enforced downtown parking. Read on...
  5. City of Xenia to re-open offices the public May 11th

    On the heels of Governor DeWine announcing his ‘Responsible Restart Ohio’ plan earlier this week, the City of Xenia is communicating its re-opening plan for City offices. Read on...
  6. DP&L makes changes to ease financial burden to customers during COVID-19 crisis

    Dayton Power and Light has recently made changes to ease the financial burden for customers due to the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...
  7. Two juveniles arrested in break-in, vandalism of Saint Brigid Church

    On Sunday, April 5, at approximately 8:48 a.m. Xenia Police officers responded to St. Brigid Church on a report of a breaking and entering. Church employees reported they discovered the break-in, and significant vandalism, when they arrived in morning. Read on...
  8. Greene County Environmental Services open for yard waste drop-off, recycling drop-off

    Yard waste drop-off, recycling drop-off and mulch pick-up is now available at Greene County Environmental Services. Read on...
  9. Xenia Police warning of scammers using COVID-19 crisis to prey on vicitms

    Xenia Police Division is warning the public to be vigilant against scammers trying to take advantage during this time. Read on...
  10. City of Xenia Victim Advocate Office remains open to help those in need

    As we continue to follow Ohio’s ‘Stay at Home’ order, the City of Xenia Victim Advocate Division wants domestic violence victims to know they are still available to help 24 hours a day. Anyone who needs help can call their office at (937) 376-7283. Read on...
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2020 Spring Xenia Communicator Newsletter

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