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  1. Xenia Fire Division promotes four

    Xenia Fire Division held a promotional swearing-in ceremony Monday afternoon, February 24, as four of its members were promoted. Read on...
  2. City of Xenia issues new Request for Proposals to redevelop former K Mart property

    The City of Xenia on Monday, February 10, issued a new Request for Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of the former K Mart property in Xenia Towne Square. Read on...
  3. Residents asked to double check items being flushed, such as 'flushable' wipes

    After multiple emergency repairs to one of the city’s sanitary sewer lift stations, the City of Xenia’s Public Service Department is asking residents to double check items that are being flushed such as baby wipes. Read on...
  4. City of Xenia accepting applications for annual Street Pole Banner Program

    The City of Xenia is once again accepting applications for its annual Street Pole Banner Program. Read on...
  5. Meet Sugar, a Diabetic Alert Dog for longtime City of Xenia employee

    The City of Xenia's employees have a new member of the family. On Wednesday, February 5, 'Sugar' the mini Aussie-Doodle was introduced to staff. Read on...
  6. Dozens of employers expected at 2020 Xenia Job and Career Fair

    The 2020 Xenia Job and Career Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18 and dozens of employers are expected to attend. Read on...
  7. After 23 years of service, City of Xenia finance employee Dennis Evans retires

    Finance employee Dennis Evans is retiring from the City of Xenia after 23 years of service. Read on...
  8. Xenia Police officers trying out new load-bearing vests

    On a daily basis, officers with the Xenia Police Division carry their firearm, extra magazines, a taser, flashlight, two pair of handcuffs, pepper spray, a tourniquet, radio, medical equipment, and multi tool. Read on...
  9. Claims and facts regarding the EMS billing change in Xenia

    The City of Xenia's EMS Billing policy is changing effective February 1, 2020, in an effort to educate the public about the change, we have compiled a list of 'claims and facts' about the new policy. Read on...
  10. Raising awareness about when to call and when not to call 911

    During 2019, the City of Xenia Fire Division responded to more than 6,100 calls for Fire and EMS service. Of those calls, 5,008 were for emergency medical service (EMS), making the division’s front line medic crews the busiest in Greene County. Read on...
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2019 Fall Communicator Newsletter