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How much good can you do in 20 minutes?
On Saturday April 17th at 9am and at 12 Noon we will be conducting a reimagined version of the Greenhills Community Clean-Up Day. Rather than gathering in large groups we are inviting you to step out and do some good, by picking up litter in the vicinity of your home or to spend time at the larger public areas if you prefer.
Unlike previous Clean-Up Days where we gathered in large groups to clean up our community, the Community Development Committee needed to think through how to move forward given our recent COVID situation. In other words, what does a responsible restart mean for annual events like this? In past Clean-Up Greenhills events our village benefitted from your participation as well as a number of groups such as students in need of service hours. This scenario is not yet prudent, so we are asking our residents and local groups to participate in this fun new way.
Consider cleaning up areas such as the playgrounds and pocket parks, around the pool, or on the Commons, while respecting and distancing from those around you.
20 Minutes of Good spotters will randomly be recognizing your efforts. Get spotted, wave, and receive a surprise – gift cards, pool passes, and the like!
Gear up for good on Saturday April 17th @ 9am and 12 Noon for 20 minutes!
The Ohio Department of Taxation announced that Ohio is following the federal government and the IRS in extending the deadline for Ohio taxpayers to file and pay individual and school district income tax to May 17, 2021 for tax year 2020. The first quarter estimated payment for tax year 2021 is still due on April 15, 2021.
The Regional Income Tax Agency, RITA, is offering several options for taxpayers to file Greenhills municipal income tax returns for the 2021 Filing Season.
The Greenhills Service Department is conducting a two-week bulk leaf collection from Village residential properties from Monday, April 5th through Friday, April 16th.
Leaves should be raked to the planting strip between the sidewalk and the street – NOT IN THE STREET. Crews will not be raking leaves, only vacuuming them. Never place leaves near a storm sewer catch basin.
The Greenhills Swimming Pool is scheduled to open as usual on Saturday, May 29th of Memorial Day weekend.
FYI: COVID guidelines are anticipated to be in place again this summer.
Greenhills has the rare designation as a National Historic District. The most effective way to preserve the character of historic Greenhills is through a local historic district designation.
Discussions regarding a local historic district have resumed. In follow-up to meetings that were held with property owners within the potential boundaries of a local historic district the guidelines
were revised on key items -- such as windows -- to make the guidelines more practical. To review the updated guidelines you can upload them here.
The boundaries that are proposed for the local historic district can be viewed by clicking here.