Blog Entries - November 2021


Light up the Township

Posted on: November 19, 2021

The Township will be sponsoring the 6th annual Merry & Bright Light Contest to promote holiday spirit.  Residents and businesses can decorate in any theme.  Official judging will take place November 28th through December 12th.  The winners will be awarded a $50 gift card of their choice plus bragging rights!

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Santa Claus

Operation Santa Returns

Posted on: November 15, 2021

On Saturday, December 4th from 5:00-8:30pm, Santa and his helpers will make their annual visit through Symmes Township neighborhoods to spread holiday cheer.  In return, they hope residents will help him fill his bag back up with new, unwrapped toys

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Recycle Old Holiday Lights

Posted on: November 15, 2021

The Loveland Sustainability Council will be hosting the 6th annual Great Holiday Light Challenge for residents in Symmes Township, Miami Township and Loveland from November 26th through January 30th. The goal of this friendly competition is to recycle as many

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Photography Contest Winners Announced

Posted on: November 12, 2021

Congratulations to Teri Kellogg for winning First Place in the Township's Photography Contest! 

We loved all the photos and had a hard time picking the winners in the contest.  To see the entries, click here.


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Parking Lot Resurfacing to be Rescheduled

Posted on: November 9, 2021

Please be advised that the paving of the parking lot at Symmes Park located at 11600 Lebanon Road that was scheduled for the week of November 8th will be rescheduled. 

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Fire Department Offers Residents an Opportunity to Serve the Community

Posted on: November 5, 2021

The Loveland Symmes Fire Department (LSFD) Emergency Services Unit (ESU) volunteer program is recruiting new members. LFSD ESU members are Symmes Township and Loveland community members of all ages with the common goal of helping their neighbors and visitors

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Duke Energy Offering Winter Bill Assistance

Posted on: November 1, 2021

According to Duke Energy, winter brings colder weather which can bring higher energy bills. This is especially true this year for consumers who use natural gas to heat their homes because gas prices are rising across the globe. These rising prices

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