Sunday, March 28, 2010

Come Join Us For An Easter Celebration

Please plan on joining us this Easter season. The Easter season begins this Thursday night, April 1st at 6:30pm for Maundy Thursday to have the experience of the Upper Room which includes a Sader Meal. Please RSVP to Ohmer Park Methodist Church at 252-5764. The Maundy Thursday service will be held at Colorado Ave Baptist Church located at 101 Heaton Ave.

Also, on Good Friday, April 2nd from 12-3pm. Please join the East Dayton Church of the Brethren located at 3520 E.Third St to witness "The Seven Last Words of Christ"

At 7:00pm also on Good Friday, April 2nd, please join us at Ohmer Park Methodist Church for a Good Friday evening service.

Below are other worship times to join us for the Easter Celebration. We hope to see you at one of our services. Happy Easter and God Bless!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Street Sweeping Next Week!

Neighborhoods to be swept the week of 3/22/10 through 3/26/10

Madden Hills
Walnut Hills
Twin Towers
McCook Field
University Row
Southern Dayton View

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Dayton Fire Raffle Ticket Sale Supports American Red Cross

Dayton Fire Raffle Ticket Sale Supports American Red Cross
Release Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Contact: Dayton Fire Department, 333-4500

The Dayton Fire Department and Dayton Firefighters IAFF Local #136 are selling raffle tickets to raise money for a much-needed Disaster Response Vehicle for the Dayton Area Chapter of the American Red Cross. Raffle tickets and flyers are available at each Dayton fire station until March 15. The tickets are $10.00 each. The drawing for a 65-inch flat screen TV will be held on March 17.

Gaye Jordan, Vice President of Dayton Firefighters IAFF Local #136, said, “Please visit your local fire station to pick up your raffle ticket and assist in providing a valuable and needed service to our community.”

“The Red Cross has been invaluable to all of the Departments in our area in providing services to the victims of fires as well as services to crews on emergency scenes,” Fire Chief Herbert Redden said. “Each time there is a fire in the Montgomery, Greene, and Preble Counties, the Red Cross is there. These are volunteers who work long and tireless hours to serve the community.”

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Crime Statistics for 02/14/10-02/20/10

Weekly Statistics for Walnut Hills 02/14/10-02/20/10

Armed Robbery 1
Unarmed Robbery 1
Forcible Rape 0
Res Burglary 3
Res Burglary /Garage Shed 0
Theft from Building 0
Theft from Auto 6
Agg Assault 0
Simple Assault 0
Property Damage 11
Shoplifting 1
Drugs Violations 0

During the week of Feb 14 to 20, we had one unarmed robbery in which nothing was taken. One armed robbery nothing was taken of the complainant. He thought he could identify the suspect but was unable to pick him from the photo spread. We had six thefts from auto in which we had no suspect information. Three residential burglaries no suspects stuff taken. One attempted GTA, nothing taken from vehicle, column was peeled. We had eleven property damaged. One house window and several cars windows were broken no entry made nothing taken. One person was arrested for shoplifting at the Kroger’s.

Dayton Waste Collection Schedule Changes Take Effect Monday

Release Date: Friday, February 26, 2010

Contact: Fred Stovall, Director of Public Works, 333-4070

Beginning Monday, March 1st, about half of Dayton’s neighborhoods will experience a change in their weekly waste collection schedule. The permanent change is a result of a shift to a four-day (Mon.-Thurs.) waste collection cycle, with Fridays to be used for pre-scheduled bulk waste pick-ups and other special operations.

A brochure was mailed to all residential properties outlining the new weekly waste collection schedule and other service changes for 2010. The brochure is customized by location to reflect accurate neighborhood information. Information is also available by calling the Public Works Call Center at 333-4800 or on the City’s web site at (A neighborhood map showing the new collection days is linked here.) Recycling pick-ups will continue to occur every-other week. Bulky waste pick-up is available once a month, but they must be scheduled in advance by calling 333-4800. Waste collection services will not occur on holidays.

The following is the schedule for weekly waste collection service beginning Monday, March 1:

Monday: College Hill; Cornell Heights; Dayton View Triangle; Fairview; Five Oaks; Grafton Hill; Hillcrest; McPherson; Mount Vernon; North Riverdale; Old Dayton View; Philadelphia Woods; Princeton Heights; Riverdale; Santa Clara; Southern Dayton View; University Row; and Wesleyan Hill.

Tuesday: Arlington Heights; Carillon; Edgemont; Fairlane; Five Points; Germantown Meadows; Greenwich Village; Highview Hills; Lakeview; Little Richmond; MacFarlane; Madden Hills; Miami Chapel; Northern Hills; Pineview; Residence Park; Roosevelt; Stoney Ridge; Westwood; and Wolf Creek.

Wednesday: Belmont; Eastmont; Hearthstone; Linden Heights; Midtown; Patterson Park; Shroyer Park; South Park; Twin Towers; University Park; and Walnut Hills.

Thursday: Burkhardt; DeWeese; Downtown; Eastern Hills; Forest Ridge/ Quail Hollow; Gateway; Historic Inner; Kittyhawk; McCook Field; Northridge; Old North Dayton; Oregon; Pheasant Hill; Springfield; Webster Station; and Wright View.