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The City of West Carrollton Ohio




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Apply for Open Rec Board Seat PDF E-mail

Interested in getting more involved in the local community or have some new ideas for local recreational programming? There is currently an open seat on West Carrollton’s Recreation Board.

The Recreation Board consists of five total members, two appointed by the West Carrollton School District, who discuss recreational programming plans within the city. The board also reviews park plans and redevelopment ideas, and sets pool rates and policies.

Interested applicants can call the City Manager’s Office at (937) 847-4633 or download an online application.

The positions are decided by the West Carrollton city council, which meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at the Civic Center, 300 E. Central Ave.

Traffic Advisory: Central Ave Lane Closure PDF E-mail

Beginning the week of Monday, February 15, the left lane of westbound Central Avenue between Handle Street and Cedar Street, will be closed for approximately 60 days. One lane of traffic will be maintained for westbound traffic.

The closure is due to the reconstruction of a wastewater lift station. The contractor, Sunesis Construction, will also be using the eastern section of Civic Center parking lot for vehicle and equipment storage. Drivers should use caution in the constructionarea.

The city received a 50 percent grant and 50 percent loan from the Ohio Public Works Commission totaling $371,545 to design and construct the wastewater lift station – which is a facility that includes a pump designed to move wastewater from lower to higher elevation.

The current lift station is approximately 55 years old. The total construction cost is $417,800 with the remaining funds coming from the city’s sewer fund.

City Prepares Site for Redevelopment PDF E-mail

The City of West Carrollton is preparing the former Appvion waste water treatment site, located at 4000 Hydraulic Rd., for future redevelopment by filling the voids left at the property.

The site was donated to the city in 2015 by Appvion to be used as a recreational site. West Carrollton has received free fill materials from local demolition contractors to fill the empty lagoons on the site.

While small pieces of plastic and carpeting have been found in the fill materials, no citations or requests to discontinue the project have been issued.

“We are working with the health district to make sure that the city files the proper paperwork,” said Carl Enterman, code enforcement officer. “We’ve also been in discussion with the contractors to make sure they understand the clean-fill material guidelines,” he said.

The city hopes to make an official announcement about the redevelopment plans later this year.

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