As the Splash Pad season is coming to a close the hours of operation have changed. The Splash Pad hours are as follows: Monday, August 25th through Friday, August 29th: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Saturday, August 30th through Monday, September 1st: Noon – 8:00 PM The Splash Pad [...]read more
Join us at the Splashpad in Lancaster Park the Splash & Cinema. The Splashpad hours will be extended for all to enjoy the park while a family friendly movie is played. Our concession stand will be open and admission is free. Saturday, August 30th beginning at dusk: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Saturday, [...]read more
The Hamilton Township Fire Department is taking donations of cooling fans now through the end of July. The fire department will distribute the fans to elderly people within the township, who do not have air conditioning in their home. Donations can be dropped off at Station 171, located at 1460 Obetz Road or Station 172, located at 6410 [...]read more
On May 22, 2014, the Village and members of the Stewart Family gathered for the dedication of Harold “Buck” Stewart Hall at the Obetz Conference Center. Following are excerpts from the Mayor’s Dedication Speech. “Buck was a champion of Obetz and committed his time and resources to the wellbeing of our people. When we asked, [...]read more
Obetz is a thriving community nestled in the heart of Central Ohio. Our abundant development opportunities, centralized location, and excellent quality of life amenities make Obetz a premier community in which to live, work, and play. I invite you to explore our community and see the many advantages Obetz has to offer.
Zucchinifest starts Thursday, August 21st and continues through Sunday, August 24th. This year there will be NEW zucchini products and flavors of bread for sale in the information tent. Nashville recording artist Travis Tritt joins the fun at 8:30 PM on Saturday, August 23rd. David Lee Murphy will be opening the show at 7:00 PM. [...]
Register now for the 2014 season of Obetz Athletics’ football and cheerleading. Children in Kindergarten through 6th grade are eligible to participate. Registration closes July 11th. Mandatory football and cheerleading camp and assessments will be held at Hamilton High School, date to be determined. All football games are played on Saturdays in Memorial Park. Register [...]
On May 22, 2014, the Village and members of the Stewart Family gathered for the dedication of Harold “Buck” Stewart Hall at the Obetz Conference Center. Following are excerpts from the Mayor’s Dedication Speech. “Buck was a champion of Obetz and committed his time and resources to the wellbeing of our people. When we asked, [...]
Austin Niemann finished Runner-Up in the OHSAA D-1 Boys 400m Final with a time of 48.57. The MSL recognized Austin as Hamilton Township’s Most Valuable Runner. Austin is the son of John and Kelly Niemann of Obetz. Congratulations, Austin!
Take time out of your busy schedule to enjoy a relaxing game of Bocce. Bocce is a fun and exciting game that everyone can play. It’s also a great outdoor activity to spend time with family and friends while enjoying the beautiful weather. Bocce balls will be available at the concession stand during normal [...]
On June 1, 2014, the Village completed its annual fish stocking in the Memorial Park Pond. This year, the Village added 1,100 pounds of catfish to the pond. Additionally, the water quality of the pond was improved by installing a replenishing system and aerators. It does not cost any money to fish in the pond; [...]
Effective Friday, May 2, 2014: The Village’s scheduled pick-up day for trash is moving to Friday. The first week of the service change, Waste Management will collect trash on Tuesday, April 29th and on Friday, May 2nd. For any questions concerning this schedule change, please contact the Utility Department at 614.491.7804.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned Ohioans to beware of unexpected email messages that appear to be utility bills. According to the Ohio Attorney General, consumers across Ohio have been receiving utility bill email scams. “With bitterly cold temperatures affecting the state, you might expect your utility bill to be higher than usual,” Attorney General [...]