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The United States Census Bureau has a website that gathers all the data from the 2020 Census that is easy to use and sheds light on the community in which we live.
Miami Township is looking for a highly motivated and hard-working planner to join our Community Development Department.
The Miami Valley Fire District is looking to fill the position of battalion chief within its ranks. The deadline to apply is February 3, 2022.
Effective immediately, residents of non-incorporated Miami Township (excluding the city of Miamisburg), must call a new phone number when contacting the Miami Township Police Department in non-emergency situations.
The Public Works Road Department provides residents and businesses with snow removal on township maintained roadways. The department divides the township into 10 routes for a safe, timely and efficient snow cleanup.
Miami Township now offers township businesses the opportunity to shoot a business video that showcases all that your company has to offer. It is free!
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The Board of Trustees voted in favor of a new resolution during its January 18 board meeting that gives township police the authority to cite any resident whose dog frequently and habitually barks. Violators can be found guilty of a minor misdemeanor that...
Miami Township Detective Todd Comer is the recipient of the 2022 Douglas L. Knight Humanitarian Award presented by the Montgomery County Association of Police Chiefs. Det. Comer meets and exceeds the qualifications for this award, which are:
The Board of Trustees for the Miami Valley Fire District today appointed Brandon Barnett as the district’s new chief. He will be sworn-in to the position in February and succeed Matthew Queen, who retired last summer after nine years as chief.
Two Miami Township companies are the recipients of 2022 Montgomery County ED/GE (Economic Development/Government Equity) grants. The economic development grants were awarded to Textum OPCO and Hearth Products Controls Co. (HPC, Fire Inspired). Both compan...