Special Council Meeting
John Courtney Presentation: Rate Study
Monday, April 27th, 2015 at 6:00pm, Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.View Agenda
Village Council Meeting
Monday, April 20th, 2015 at 7:00pm, Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.
Planning Commission Meeting
Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 7:00pm, Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.
Spring Clean-up Week
May 11-15, 2015
Rumpke Bulk Items Rules:
Glass – must be broken out of window frames, shower doors, storm doors, etc. by customer
Construction Items – 6 cans of construction or 2 full hoppers is the limit
Freon Containing units – Freon must be removed from item by customer
Mattresses should be marked / the frame broken to indicate the presence of bed bugs
Please visit www.co.greene.oh.us & click on Environmental Services for more information
Hydrant Flushing Update
Due to waterline replacement work scheduled to begin in April and continue through the summer, the fire hydrant flushing has been postponed.
For questions or concerns, please call 767-3402.
Patti Bates, Village Manager
Public Forum on Water Softening Options
Public Forum with HNTB on Water Softening Options, in A&B, March 18, 7-9pm
Wednesday, March 12th, 2015, 7:00pm, Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.
Effective Immediately – The Village of Yellow Springs will no longer provide adjustments to sewer charges without documented proof the water did not go into the Village’s sewer system. Completion of a sewer adjustment form is required in addition to verification of the water leak by a public works official. Forms are available at the Utility Office and by clicking on this link.
Citizen Input on 2015 Council Goals
Yellow Springs Village Council is asking for citizen feedback to help them develop their 2015 goals. Council will be finalizing goals over the next two meetings. Goals identified by Council so far include completing design and/or construction of several water projects; developing a sustainable economic strategy to attract and support business; develop a sidewalk plan and prepare for the 2016 tax levy renewal. Citizens can communicate with individual Council members via their emails on the Village website; send comments to email@example.com or attend the next Council meeting on Monday, March 2 at 7 pm in Council Chambers.
Thursday, March 5, 2015, 7pm Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.
RITA Non-Filing Notice
If you received a Non-Filing Income Tax Notice from the Regional Income Tax Agency and you have questions, please refer to the link below for more information:
YS Art Cans Project
Beth Holyoke and Käthi Seidl are proposing to upcycle the former aggregate trash cans to replace the rusted out green & yellow metal cans that were recently removed from downtown. These Art Cans will enhance YS sidewalks in a creative and at the same time useful way. By clearly labeling and locating them strategically, the new sets (trash + recycling) of Art Cans will make it easier for people to separate recycling and landfill waste and, therefore, improve waste management downtown. More info...
Board of Zoning Appeals
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 at 7:00pm, Council Chambers, Second Floor, Bryan Center, 100 Dayton St.
Zoning Code Update
Interactive Zoning Code (PDF)
Yellow Springs is a small town with a population of about 3,600. The Yellow Springs community is known for its recreational attractions, wonderful downtown shops and unique restaurants.
The community is culturally diverse and represents a wide range of political and social views with an emphasis on being open and friendly.
The area - and more specifically, the actual spring - was discovered around 1800 and quickly became a major attraction for those seeking its curative waters. For more than one hundred years, the town was a popular health resort with hotels, spas, boarding houses and a tavern to serve travelers on the nearby stagecoach road. With the completion of the Little Miami Railroad in 1846, Yellow Springs became the center of trade and recreation for the region.
The spring which gives our town its name still exists, but the spas, boarding houses and large hotels are long gone. The railroad has been converted into miles of biking trails for everyone to enjoy.
Today, visitors come for shopping, dining and recreation. The downtown thrives by offering an eclectic assortment of shops and restaurants. There is limited lodging available in Yellow Springs, so call in advance.