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  1. Hometown Christmas returns to downtown Xenia

    Xenia’s Hometown Christmas is returning to historic downtown on November 23rd, from 1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. The event will be presented by the City of Xenia in coordination with the Board for Recreation, Arts and Cultural Activities (BRACA). Read on...
  2. FEMA, ODNR to hold informational open house on new floodplain maps

    Xenia residents are invited to review new preliminary floodplain maps generated by FEMA. Read on...
  3. Xenia Police adopting five families as part of annual 'Beards and Badges' campaign

    For the fourth year, Xenia Police Division is allowing male officers to say ‘so long’ to the razor for its 'Beards and Badges' campaign. Read on...
  4. Four new firefighters, two promoted officers sworn-in during ceremony

    Four new firefighters who recently joined Xenia Fire Division were sworn-in Tuesday afternoon in front of family, friends and fellow firefighters. Read on...
  5. Two XPD officers, 911 dispatcher awarded for service to domestic violence victims

    Two Xenia Police officers and 911 dispatcher were recently awarded for their excellence in handling situations involving domestic violence. Read on...
  6. City launches 'Xenia Proud' initiative for residents to give feedback on employee service

    There is a new addition to the City Administration Building and the Justice Center. Mailboxes labeled 'Xenia Proud' are now posted at the buildings as a way for residents to give feedback on employee service. Read on...
  7. Xenia Finance Department honored with Auditor of State Award with Distinction

    The City of Xenia’s Finance Department was given a prestigious honor during Thursday night’s City Council meeting, as it was presented with the Auditor of State Award with Distinction. Read on...
  8. 20-year veteran of Xenia Police Division, Robert Stouffer, retires

    After 20 years of service with the Xenia Police Division, Officer Robert “Bob” Stouffer will respond to his last call on October 31, 2019, marking his retirement. Read on...
  9. Preparing for the worst: Xenia first responders take part in large-scale active shooter training

    In 2018 there were 27 active shooter incidents in the United States, according to FBI data. Five of the shootings occurred at schools. Read on...
  10. Xenia Deputy Fire Chief retires after 25 years of service

    After twenty-five years of service to the Xenia community, Deputy Fire Chief Joe Mullikin has retired from the City of Xenia Fire Division. Mullikin retired from the division on August 16, 2019. Read on...
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2019 Fall Communicator Newsletter