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Citizen Survey Available Online PDF E-mail

The City of West Carrollton seeks citizen input about their perceptions of city services.

This year’s public opinion survey will be conducted online at Participants will need to enter the city utility bill account number found on their quarterly water/sewer/garbage bill.

In addition to receiving reminders in their spring utility bills, all residents will receive a letter from Mayor Jeffery Sanner encouraging them to take the survey.

The first 362 households to complete the survey will receive a $5 gift certificate to the West Carrollton Farmers Market. Approximately 362 responses are needed for an accurate representation of the city’s 6,010 households.

If residents do not have access to the internet and would like to complete the survey by telephone, the number is (937) 775-3779.

The survey is conducted every two years and the last one was conducted in 2013. Wright State University’s Center for Urban and Public Affairs will facilitate the survey, as they have done in the past. Questions will cover topics ranging from quality of life, city services and financial priorities.

“The information that we receive from this survey helps us to compare our results to other similar communities across the country,” said Brad Townsend, city manager.  “The residents’ responses are essential in helping the city continue its mission of enhancing the quality of life of our citizens by providing superior services.”

Pre-Season Pool Passes Now on Sale PDF E-mail

Pre-season Wilson Pool season passes are now available at a discounted rate.

The passes, which include photo i.d. cards for all season pass recipients age four and older, can be purchased Monday through Friday at the West Carrollton Civic Center from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Rates will increase by $10 when the pool opens on May 23.

Season pass rates remain the same as last year. Residents’ pre-season rates are: $55 for youth (ages 4-17) and senior citizens (over age 55); $65 for adults; and $140 for a family, up to 4 members of the same household. Each additional family member, added to a family-pass, is $25. This year, the city will also offer an additional babysitter pass for $25.

Resident rates apply to anyone working within the city of West Carrollton and paying West Carrollton city taxes, or anyone living within the West Carrollton School District.

PD Officers, Residents to be Recognized with Awards PDF E-mail

On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the West Carrollton Police Department recognized two citizens and four police officers for their exceptional service to the community during the city council meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Civic Center, 300 E. Central Ave.

The 2014 Police Department Employee of the Year Award went to first-year Detective Alex Flynn. Since starting as a detective in February 2014, Flynn has served as the lead investigator in approximately 34 cases. He was also instrumental in the apprehension and confession of the Chase Bank robbery suspect. He has worked on several cases involving drug trafficking, burglary, auto theft, and breaking and entering. “Detective Flynn has become a very-talented interviewer in such a short time and has prompted calls from other jurisdictions about his competence and professionalism,” Police Chief Doug Woodard said.

Police officers John Garwood and Chris Fairchild received Exemplary Service Awards, which are given to an employee who “displays highly professional conduct under arduous conditions.”

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