Yes, there are two drop boxes available for residents to submit payments, forms, employment applications, and other documents to the city. There is a drop box located just inside the city building’s front door, which is open 24 hours a day, and drops directly into the city administration offices. Don’t want to get out of … Continued
FAQ Topic: Water Services
Yes! You can access the Online Bill View and Payment website to view your invoice, as well as make a payment.
Please contact the Public Works Department at (937) 298-0777 to report water-related questions or issues. For after-hours service requests, call (937) 298-2122.
The drains located in your house and yard are the responsibility of the property owner. We suggest that you contact a plumbing company to address these issues.
Storm drainage systems within the City rights-of-way are maintained by the City. Storm drainage systems outside City street rights-of-way are the responsibility of the property owner. For public rights-of-way, maintenance issues and to report clogged, non-functioning or damaged storm drains, please contact the Public Works Department at (937) 298-0777. To prevent water flow restrictions, it … Continued
Please contact the Public Works Department at (937) 298-0777 to investigate the sewer system in your neighborhood.
We recommend that you contact a plumber to inspect the drainage around your house. Also, we suggest making sure your sump pump (if available) is working properly.
The City is responsible for repairing all water mains. Water leaks that occur between the curb stop and the water main is also the City’s responsibility. The property owner is responsible for repairing water leaks between the house and the curb stop.
Contact the Public Works Department at (937) 298-0777 to investigate your concerns. The location of the water leak will determine whether the homeowner or the City is responsible for the repair.
The property owner is responsible for all plumbing repairs around the water meter.