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  1. Go behind the scenes with Xenia Public Service during hydrant flushing

    Each day in the City of Xenia there is more than 200 miles of pipes delivering excellent water to residents of the city. In order to maintain water quality, Xenia Public Service flushes hydrants twice a year. Read on...
  2. Greene County Complete Count Committee recruiting temporary workers for 2020 Census

    As the country gears up for the 2020 Census, the Greene County Complete Count Committee is looking for temporary workers. Across the nation, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting 2.7 million people to make sure every person in the nation is counted. Read on...
  3. October is Fire Safety Month: Here's what you need to know to protect your family

    Fires account for thousands of deaths and injuries each year. October is Fire Safety Month and the Xenia Fire Department is sharing information your family needs to know to stay safe. Read on...
  4. Xenia Mayor gets first-hand look at U.S. Air Force Reserve role during Civic Leader Tour

    Xenia Mayor Sarah Mays is getting a first-hand look at the important role members of the local 445th Airlift Wing play each day. The 445th Airlift Wing is part of the U.S. Air Force Reserve and operates out of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Read on...
  5. Xenia Fire Division welcomes firefighter/paramedic Justin Cason

    The Xenia Fire Division family is growing as firefighter/paramedic Justin Cason was sworn in Monday afternoon. Read on...
  6. Ohio artist begins work on second tree carving in Shawnee Park

    For the past 20 years, Matt Missey has been making artwork out of trees. Missey uses a chainsaw to carve intricate images into trees and already has artwork in Xenia's Shawnee Park. Read on...
  7. State of Ohio issues burn ban beginning Oct. 1 and ending Nov. 30

    Starting today, October 1, the state of Ohio has issued a ban on burning from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. The statewide burn ban ends on November 30. Read on...
  8. Get Involved: Vacancy on Xenia Civil Service Commission

    Xenia residents who would like to make a difference in their city in less than 20 hours per year, should apply to fill the vacancy on the Civil Service Commission. Read on...
  9. City Staff delivers Capital Improvement Plan to Xenia City Council

    The City of Xenia is laying out its planned projects for the next four years in its annual Capital Improvement Plan. City Staff delivered the more than 50-page report to City Council on Thursday, September 26. Read on...
  10. Xenia Fire Division show off fire engine, ambulance to Xenia Preschool students

    There may be some future firefighters at Xenia Preschool after a visit Thursday from the Xenia Fire Division. Read on...
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2019 Spring Newsletter