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2018 Street Sweeping

Mark you calendar for the Street Sweeping dates for 2018

The first date  in each month will be Downtown and North end, the second date will be for the South end and Thornwood Park area. 

April 10 & 11

June 5 & 6

August 7 & 8

November 13 & 14

 

 


IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SNOW BAN IN AFFECT 2-7-18

Mayor Jeff Dryden, Village of Dennison, is issuing a Snow Ban because the snow is in excess of 5" on the Village Streets.  The following streets are affected immediately:

1. That portion of Grant Street from the western corporation limit to North 4th Street;
2. The 800 and 900 blocks of North 1st Street;
3. That portion of Wilson Street from the corporation limit behind Twin City Hospital to North 2nd
Street; and
4. That portion of Fuhr Street from North 2nd Street to Twin City Hospital property.

Please remove all vehicles or the police department will have it towed


Snow Warning by Chief of Police

SNOW WARNING!  Please be advised the Chief of Police is requesting that you move your vehicles off the street so the snow plows can do their work with the snow we have coming over the next several days.  Remember that we do have a Snow Emergency Ordinance (#2461) you can read on our webpage, if snow exceeds 5 or more inches the following streets

1. That portion of Grant Street from the western corporation limit to North 4th Street;
2. The 800 and 900 blocks of North 1st Street;
3. That portion of Wilson Street from the corporation limit behind Twin City Hospital to North 2nd
Street; and
4. That portion of Fuhr Street from North 2nd Street to Twin City Hospital property.

SECTION 2. A snow emergency shall be declared by the Village of Dennison, Ohio when the amount of snow
on the ground is 5 inches or greater, as determined by the Village of Dennison, Ohio.
SECTION 3. After such emergency has been declared, no person, during this period of the emergency, shall
park or cause or permit to remain standing his/her motor vehicle on both sides of those Streets or portions hereof
named in Section 1. Whoever violates this Section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
SECTION 4. Any motor vehicle found parked or standing on those Streets or portions thereof named in
Section 1 during the time of such emergency may be removed upon the order of any duly appointed officer of
the police department and shall subject the owner or operator to the penalties provided herein.
SECTION 5. Whoever violates this ordinance shall be fined not less than $25.00, and shall also be responsible
for any and all towing charges and impounding charges as assessed for the necessary removal of the vehicle.
Provided however, a person shall receive a written warning upon his/her first violation of this Ordinance, and
shall not be subject to the above-listed fine amount. All subsequent violations will result in the issuance of the
above-listed fine amount.


November Street Sweeping!

Tuesday, November 14 – Downtown and North end

Wednesday, November 15 – South Side and Park area

Please have your cars off the street by 5:30 am so the streets can be swept.  Thank you!


922 Day - Calling all Superheros!

The 9th Annual 922 Day will be held at McCluskey Park in Dennison on Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5:30 - 8 pm.  The theme of the event is "Calling all Superheros, What's your Super Power?" we have invited groups who engage kids to discover their skills and passions.  Feel free to wear your favorite Superhero costume.  We also ask that you bring canned food to donate to the 922 Day Canned Food Drive for the Twin City Food Pantry. 

The exhibitors of the event include Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Claymont Library, Dennison Police and Fire, Uhrichsville Fire, Girl Scouts, Meese's Martial Arts, Safe Kids Coalition, Twin City Kids Coalition, Twin City Rocks and the YMCA.    The Parade lines up at 5 pm at the Claymont Intermediate School on 3rd St., you do not need to register to participate. Parade kicks off at 5:15 and goes up 3rd St. to North Street and ends at the Stadium.

 Dennison Mayor Jeff Dryden will open the event.  That will be followed by a performance by the Mustang Youth Cheerleaders.  Events in the park open immediately following in McCluskey Park. Food include Hot Dogs cooked by the Dennison Auxillary Firemen, Kettle corn and bottled water and Ice Cream cups.  There will be lots of games and activities for the kids including face painting, mini train rides, a Cake Walk and music from Juke Box Entertainment.  

This is a free event sponsored by the Village of Dennison and Community Donors.  It's going to be a lot of fun, please join us.



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