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  1. Digital Newsletter Articles
  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Meet the new leadership at Xenia Municipal Court

    As we begin a new year, Xenia Municipal Court is under new leadership, and they are ready to hit the ground running. Read on...
  4. Xenia Fire Division welcomes new firefighter Jordan Brennaman

    The Xenia Fire Division welcomed a new member to its team as Jordan Brennaman was sworn in Tuesday, January 21, 2020. Read on...
  5. Applications being accepted for 2020 Xenia Citizens Academy

    For the third year, the City of Xenia will offer its Citizens Academy. The Xenia Citizens Academy is a six-week interactive program meant to enhance participants’ knowledge about how the City of Xenia operates. Read on...
  6. Xenia Police Captain Chris Stutes graduates from FBI training in Quantico, Virginia

    Xenia Police Captain Chris Stutes has joined an elite group of Americans. He is now a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Read on...
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