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Nominations Due for Plaza of Fame PDF E-mail

Do you know someone who deserves recognition in the West Carrollton Plaza of Fame for their outstanding contributions to the community?

Please complete a nomination form by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 18. Application forms are available here and in the Civic Center.

A Plaza of Fame induction ceremony is planned for the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 23.

Only one person, unless nominated as a couple, will be selected for the award. Nominees must show a unique or noteworthy contribution to making the city a better place to live. The award recipient will have his/her name inscribed on a brick in the Civic Center’s Plaza of Fame located near the local branch of Dayton Metro Library.

Siren Test Scheduled for April 20 PDF E-mail

A test of the city’s tornado sirens is planned for noon on Monday, April 20. In the event of bad weather, the tests will be rescheduled to noon on Monday, April 27.

The sirens will be tested using the city of Centerville’s Dispatch Center. “This test will allow us to make any adjustments prior to having our dispatch transfer to Centerville on Thursday, April 30,” said Fire Chief Chris Barnett.

Other fire department changes that will go into effect on April 30 include the renumbering of West Carrollton’s fire stations in accordance with the Montgomery County system.

Station 1 located at 125 W. Central Ave., will be designated as Station 56. Station 2, located at 1700 S. Alex Rd, will be designated as Station 57. The medic vehicles, engines, and other apparatus will also receive new numbers in conjunction with the county’s numbering system.

“This will help to avoid any confusion in communications between different jurisdictions who might have previously had the same station or vehicle numbers,” Barnett said.

For more information, call Fire Administration office at (937) 847-4645.

Extended Tax Hours Offered April 14-15 PDF E-mail

The West Carrollton finance department will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, and Wednesday, April 15, to assist last-minute local tax filers.

“Please remember that lines can be long during this time,” said Tom Reilly, finance director. “We provide assistance for anyone who needs help with their local return,” he said.

Reilly encourages residents to try the tax calculator here to help complete the city return.

All residents, age 18 and older, are required to file a city income tax return, whether or not tax is owed. “That includes students even if they are still claimed on their parents’ federal return,” he said.

Residents, age 65 and older, are exempt from filing if they only have non-taxable social security or retirement income. However, they must still file if they earned wages or self-employment income.

“Don’t forget to file by April 15 to avoid owing a $25 late fee,” Reilly said.

West Carrollton city tax forms are available at the Civic Center, 300 E. Central Ave., in both the library and finance department. The forms can also be downloaded from the website.

Regular Civic Center hours are from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (937) 859-8288 with questions.

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