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  1. Xenia Police warning of scammers using COVID-19 crisis to prey on vicitms

    Xenia Police Division is warning the public to be vigilant against scammers trying to take advantage during this time. Read on...
  2. City of Xenia Victim Advocate Office remains open to help those in need

    As we continue to follow Ohio’s ‘Stay at Home’ order, the City of Xenia Victim Advocate Division wants domestic violence victims to know they are still available to help 24 hours a day. Anyone who needs help can call their office at (937) 376-7283. Read on...
  3. As Americans await stimulus checks, Ohio AG warns of scammers

    As Americans wait for stimulus payments from the federal government, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said the public should be vigilant as scammers will be eager to pounce. Read on...
  4. As Ohio enters the spring storm season, here are steps you can take to stay safe

    As we move into severe weather season in the Miami Valley the City of Xenia wants to make sure the public has the tools it needs to be weather aware. Read on...
  5. Income tax deadline extended to July 15, 2020

    A bill that extends the due date for state and municipal (City) income taxes has been passed by state lawmakers. Read on...
  6. Partial list of Xenia restaurants offering carry-out or delivery services

    Governor DeWine's orders have effectively closed the dining rooms of restaurants throughout the state, however, many are still offering carry-out or delivery services. We have complied a partial list of casual dining restaurants in Xenia doing just that. Read on...
  7. City of Xenia Fire Division outlines operational changes is response to COVID-19

    As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Xenia Fire Division has made some operational changes. Read on...
  8. Xenia Municipal Court releases operational changes during COVID-19 situation

    The Xenia Municipal Court continues to respond to the ever-changing Coronavirus 2019 crisis as state and national directives evolves. Read on...
  9. COVID-19 informational page now available on City of Xenia website

    The City of Xenia is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it develops and is in the process of adopting policies and procedures to protect the general public as well as members of our safety forces and other employees. Read on...
  10. Important: Do not flush 'flushable' wipes, baby wipes or paper towels

    With the growing demand for paper products such as baby wipes, paper towels, and ‘flushable’ wipes amid the COVID-19 situation, the Xenia Public Service Department is reminding residents that only toilet paper should be flushed. Read on...
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2020 Spring Xenia Communicator Newsletter

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