Author: mary.azbill@ketteringoh.org

Traffic Information for the Week of January 23

During the week of January 23, a water main will be replaced at the intersection of Dorothy Lane and Shroyer Road that will impact traffic in the following ways.   Northbound and southbound through traffic on Shroyer Road will be limited to turning right onto Dorothy Lane. Detour signs will be posted.   Left turns … Continued

UnDesign the Redline

The UnDesign the Redline exhibit explores questions such as: Why are communities in Montgomery County often racially segregated? How did our neighborhoods form the way they did? How does this affect employment, education, policing health care and other aspects of life? UnDesign the Redline is an important, visually compelling interactive exhibit tracing the tangled roots … Continued

Bruce E. Duke Re-Elected to the National League of Cities Board of Directors

Kettering (OH) City Council Member Bruce E. Duke was re-elected to the National League of Cities (NLC) Board of Directors by NLC’s membership at the 2022 City Summit in Kansas City, MO. Duke was elected to a one-year term and will provide strategic direction and guidance for NLC’s federal advocacy, governance and membership activities. NLC … Continued

Matt Greeson Selected As Next City Manager

Kettering City Council is pleased to announce the selection of Matt Greeson to serve as Kettering’s next city manager effective January 1, 2023. Mr. Greeson will start his service on December 12 in a transitionary capacity. He will succeed Kettering’s sixth City Manager, Mark Schwieterman, who will continue his role through December 31, 2022. Mr. … Continued

Kettering Community Block Party Canceled for This Evening

Kettering’s Community Block Party, scheduled for June 8 from 6-8 p.m., is canceled due to the forecast for inclement weather. City officials are working to determine a rain date that will be announced as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

City of Kettering Joins International Code Council for Building Safety Month 2022

In May 2022, The City of Kettering Planning and Development Department will participate in the 42nd annual Building Safety Month which is a worldwide campaign presented by the International Code Council, its members and partners to promote building safety. This year’s campaign, “Safety for All: Building Codes in Action”, raises awareness about the importance of … Continued

Juneteenth in Kettering: A Celebration of Shared Freedom

  Kettering Celebrates Shared Freedom: Public Invited to Juneteenth Lunch Event   KETTERING, OH – The City of Kettering will host its first official Juneteenth community celebration on Monday, June 20, with Juneteenth in Kettering: A Celebration of Shared Freedom. The catered box lunch event takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Polen … Continued

Kettering’s Racial Equity Survey Report Is Available

Kettering, OH – In January 2021, The City of Kettering’s Board of Community Relations (BCR) conducted an online racial equity survey as a first step toward better understanding the perceptions of race relations in Kettering. Complete racial equity survey results are available for viewing at www.ketteringoh.org/board-of-community-relations. Established by City Charter in 1969, the BCR is … Continued

AES (formerly DP&L) Announces Power Outage

AES Ohio (formerly DP&L) advised that a power outage will take place from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., due to a necessary circuit repair. Kettering areas likely to be impacted are located between Dorothy Lane and Stroop Road and just east of Ackerman Boulevard to Shroyer Road. Thank you.  

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