This Week in the Village

  • Monday, February 19 Presidents' Day

    • No School No Mail

  • Wednesday, February 21 Mariemont Schools School Chat re: Facilities Update

  • Thursday, February 22, Mayor's Court, 5:00 p.m. in the Community Building

The March Village Council Meeting will be on March 7, 7:30 p.m. in the Community Building.  Please note the date change!

Interested in Public Transportation?  Find out more about the Future of Metro

​10/9/17

  • Fire Hydrants are being tested through the end of next week (10/21).  Sometimes tap water turns brown as a result.  If this happens, run your tap until the water is clear.

  • Council Meeting Tuesday, 10/10 at 7:30 in the Community Building.  All Council Meetings are broadcast on ICRC, you can watch anytime by following this link.

  • Sewer Feasibility Committee Meeting Wednesday, 10/11 at 7:00 in the Community Building.  This will also be broadcast on ICRC, you will find it here once posted.

All Village Meetings are Open to the Public​

  • The Hamilton County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency will conduct the monthly test of the outdoor warning sirens on December 6, 2017 at 12:00pm. As a reminder, the outdoor warning sirens in Hamilton County are tested the first Wednesday of each month at noon unless inclement weather is imminent. There are four basic criteria to activate the sirens:  

    • The National Weather Service issues a Tornado Warning for all or part of Hamilton County,

    • A trained and certified weather spotter reports a tornado;

    • A tornado is reported by a local public safety official; or

    • A dangerous situation occurs which requires citizens to seek shelter immediately. 

  • Bike Trail Closure:   The Little Miami Scenic Trail will be closed from November 30-December 8 for maintenance from E. Broadway St in Loveland to Terrace Park.  For your safety and the safety of workers, please observe all closures and do not go around barricades.  ODNR is striving to make the trail safer and more enjoyable for their users, and they thank you for your patience!

Wondering how and where to dispose of batteries?  Battery fires are a real thing and can break out in your garbage or even the garbage truck!

Check out Hamilton County Recycles' new Battery Disposal Resource Page to find out where you can safely dispose of batteries.

Check out some awesome fourth graders from Terrace Park Elementary in the NEWS
Meetings:
  • Village Council, Tuesday 1/9 7:30p.m.
  • Sewer Feasibility Committee Wednesday 1/10 , 6:30p.m.
Both are open to the public
2018 Government Calendar is available. (dates are also on the Community Calendar as are Community Building and Village Green Rentals)
COYOTE SPOTTED ON RED BIRD LANE SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR A PHOTO

  

BE SEEN!

The sun doesn't rise until nearly 8 a.m. and sets just a little after 5:30 p.m. Many people are running, walking, or taking their dogs out after 5:30 p.m. and before 8 a.m. Use a light! Drivers can't see you. It's still dark when our high schoolers are driving to school! Use a light! A quick search of Amazon yielded hundreds of lights for you and your dog. Get a light for you and your furry friend so you can be seen!

  • Don't forget to vote on Tuesday, November 7th!  Polls are open 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

  • Terrace Park Volunteer Emergency Services Pancake supper is THIS Sunday 11/12 4:30 - 7:30 at St. Thomas.  Come one come all!  Cost: Adults-$6; Children 10 & under-$4 (cash or check only)

Come see your TP Firefighters take on City of Cincinnati in a hockey game to benefit GForce and other first responders. 

May 3rd 9:45 p.m. or May 5th at 9:20 a.m. 

Finals will be Sunday May 6th.

What is Electric Aggregation?
On Wednesday June 27, 2018 at 7 PM at the Community Building, the Village hosted an Electric Aggregation presentation by Eagle Energy LLC. See the presentation here.
  • Happy Halloween! Trick or treating is Tuesday,
    October 31st from 6 - 8 p.m.

  • Don't forget to "Fall Back" Sunday November 5th at 2 a.m.--set your clocks back one hour!

  • Leaf Pick Up has begun

  • Statewide ballot issues

  • Beginning December 3, 2017 these changes will be in effect for Metro Riders: Rt. 28 East End-Milford
    Rt. 29X Milford Express
    •   
    Discontinue local weekday service from Fairfax to Milford (Rt. 29X Milford Express would continue to serve this area on weekdays during peak times)
    •    Add five one-way trips to the Rt. 29X Milford Express (requested in public comments), including one later morning and one earlier afternoon trip
    •    Add new service along Red Bank Rd. and more service to Madisonville
    •    New connections:  Walmart, Medpace, Rt. 11 Madison Rd.
    •    Discontinue weekend service for Rt. 28
    •    This change will affect Access service

  • Sewer Feasibility Broadcast on ICRC

  • Survive Institute Training November 9 at Xavier, more information here

Please Note February Council Meeting Date Change -- The February Village Council Meeting will be held on February 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Building. Open to the public

This Week in the Village​

Elm will be closed from the Village Green to the UDF at 5:00pm for about 15 minutes today 3/8/18 for EMT Jack Findley's Memorial Procession from the Green to the Fire House.  His memorial will be held at the Fire House at 5:30

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Don't forget to Spring Forward one hour this weekend!

  • Monday 12/11 was final leaf pick up day.  Any remaining leaves should be put in brown paper "lawn waste" bags for pick up.  Brush pick up will resume its regular schedule on Monday

  • Council Meeting Tuesday, December 12, 7:30 p.m. in the Community Building

  • No Sewer Feasibility Meeting this month.

Third annual Terrace Park Pedalpalooza

Saturday, June 2nd​ 5 - 9:30 p.m.

Kick off the summer with friends, family, food, and fun! Starting and ending on the Village Green, Pedalpalooza is a casual bicycle ride that is safe and fun for the whole family. After the ride, there will be barbeque and beverages from Fifty West Brewing available for purchase, a bake sale, plus free entertainment.  All proceeds from the event will benefit the Terrace Park Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services. The Emergency Services Building will be the rain location.   Find out more HERE.

Free Blood Pressure screenings at the TP Swim Club courtesy of Terrace Park EMS
June 3, 3-6PM

TRY the TRI will be held this Sunday, August 12th from 7a.m. to 11a.m. Elm will be closed from Wooster Pike to Princeton for the duration of the race. For residents on affected streets (Elm Court, Elm Lane, Robinwood and Circus Place), volunteers will be there to assist you with safe passage to Wooster. No other streets will be closed; however, there will be a portion of the course that comes through the heart of the neighborhood. Volunteers will be out helping to direct traffic and keep racers safe. If a volunteer asks you to stop for a brief moment to allow racers to come through please allow them to do so. Our primary concern is the safety of participants and the organizers are making every effort to have as little impact on traffic and to cause the least inconvenience to residents as possible.

This Week in the Village​

The Maintenance guys are fertilizing the Village Green today (Monday 3/19).  Please keep off the Grass for 48 hours.

Kindervelt Eggstravaganza on the Green Saturday 3/17.  It's not just an egg hunt!  There will be a bounce house, balloon artists, face painting, pony rides and the always famous Cakewalk in our beautiful gazebo.

This Week TEC Engineering will be doing a traffic count for The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) on 50 (Wooster Pike) near Wrenwood Drive. Rubber road tubes will be used for the majority of the counts. They will be collecting the data then submitting it to ODOT for processing.

Happy World Sleep Day!

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