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It is that time of year again when we see solicitors in the Village going door to door regarding the Energy Aggregation Program. Solicitors MUST register with the Village prior to soliciting.
Be careful! Even though Greenhills has an energy aggregation program, some suppliers may indicate they represent our program and attempt to solicit your business by phone, mail or door-to-door sales reps and suggest that you will save more money if you sign up for their program. Pay close attention before accepting these solicitations as they may entice you with a low rate initially, but these rates can and often increase after the promotional period.
Greenhills Energy Aggregation FAQ’s
Please keep the following in mind:
Some suppliers may charge account management fees or may require a long-term contract with penalties to cancel. The Village of Greenhills energy aggregation program does not charge account management fees and is always free to join and leave.
If you believe a vendor is soliciting illegally in the Village, you may call the Police Department at (513) 825-2101 or the Municipal Offices at (513) 825-2100.
On November 19, 2020, Hamilton County Public Health Issued a county-wide advisory urging citizens to take the necessary precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Until further notice, please limit visits to the Municipal Building.
You are encouraged to do as much as possible via phone, email, or drop box for documents and paperwork. If you do come to the office, staff will be able to assist you via the phone in the
lobby. Directions are posted and hand sanitizer is available for your use.
Face coverings are REQUIRED to enter the building.
Thank you for your understanding and we hope all of you stay safe and healthy!
11000 Winton Road – Greenhills, Ohio 45218
The Greenhills Code of Ordinances requires that peddlers and solicitors be registered before undertaking any peddling or soliciting in the Village. As a service to our residents, we will post the vendors who have obtained the appropriate registration with the Village.
The Village is not endorsing any services or products with this registration. The purpose is to inform the public as to who has registered to do peddling or soliciting in the Village.
If you wish to restrict or prohibit soliciting on your property, you may post a sign that is at least 5" X 7" in size stating "No Solicitation." Click here for a sign that you can print and post in the immediate vicinity of your front door or main entrance way.
For additional details on the law regarding Peddlers and Solicitors, please see Section 737 of the Greenhills Codified Ordinances available through this website under the heading "Government."
Avater Business Solutions selling gas and electric through February 5, 2021
(PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE GREENHILLS AGGREGATION PROGRAM!! Our providers are ENERGY HARBOR and IGS)
The pandemic has slowed just about everything! But plans for the new Town Park are still very much on the table and will proceed as funding opportunities return. In the meantime small improvements will be made and amenities added.
The Plan is an exciting concept that creates a walking system with both a short and long loop winding around the picturesque property and all accessible by wheelchair. The pathways will connect the east side of Greenhills to the Village center. The concept calls for a pond, natural prairie habitat surrounded by lawns, overlook points, a “natural” amphitheater (also part of the original plan), community gardens, and more! Click here to see photos of proposed amenities.
We have been getting calls about coyote sightings around town. The best thing you can do to make your location less desirable for coyotes include is eliminate any food sources. This would include your garbage – keep tight fitting lids on your cans. Keep your small pets inside unless you can accompany them and/or have them on a leash. If you see a coyote while out with your pet, pick the pet up immediately. Avoid feeding pets or wildlife outside your house. The animals you are attracting become easy prey for the coyotes.
To scare a coyote away experts recommend screaming, yelling, blowing a whistle or a horn.
Check on line for more information about coyotes.