Saturday, March 16th 10 AM-2 PM
Location: Reading HS Cafeteria
Saturday, April 13th 10 AM- 2 PM
Location: Lockland HS Cafeteria
Registration Fee: $25
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A snow emergency in Lockland is in effect whenever a snow emergency is declared in the City of Cincinnati. With or without a snow emergency, primary streets (designated as snow emergency routes – see list below) will be plowed and treated first, secondary streets will be plowed when all primary streets have been cleared. Even if a snow emergency is not declared, it is advisable to park your cars off the street if snow is expected.
Snow Emergency Routes
A vehicle parked on a snow emergency route at the time the snow emergency is declared and when it is between the hours of 6:00 AM and 8:00 PM shall be removed within 3 hours.
A vehicle parked on a snow emergency route at the time the snow emergency is declared and when it is between the hours of 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM of the following day, shall be removed prior to 9:00 AM following the time such snow emergency is declared.
A vehicle found parking in violation may be removed or towed away at the owner’s expense.
For any additional questions please contact Kevin Cross at 733-0957.
Beginning January 2, 2019 Rumpke will be begin the trash collection for the Village of Lockland. One of the changes that will be implemented is the policy for large item pickups. While they will still be collected on the same day as your normal pickup you will still need to contact Rumpke 24 hours before your regularly scheduled collection day to request a large item pickup (televisions,
furniture or appliances). Television sets cannot exceed 32 inches. All mattresses, box springs and upholstered furniture must be wrapped and sealed in plastic for disposal. Freon containing appliances require special handling procedures. Please visit www.rumpke.com for details.
In an effort to provide efficient service and be responsible with tax payer dollars, beginning January 2, 2019, the Village will contract with Rumpke for trash collection service. The pick-up days will remain the same for Wednesday’s and Thursday’s route, Tuesday’s route will be moved to Friday. Large items will also be collected on the same day as trash collection. You may continue to use your Village trash toter or any other garbage can you currently use. You will not be required to purchase an additional container for trash. Curbside recycling will be included in this service, each resident will be provided an 18- gallon recycle bin. 64-gallon recycling containers will be available upon request at no additional charge depending on your household needs which will be collected at curbside every week. You will receive an introduction from Rumpke with a basic explanation of the services provided. Set out/ set back services will no longer be provided for those who are capable of moving their trash and recycle cans to the curb. The Village recognizes that older residents as well as those who are disabled will still need the set out/set back service. The service will still be provided for those that meet the criteria. The application for set out/ set back service is attached. We understand this is a big transition for the residents and for the Village alike, we ask that everyone work together to make this transition as smooth as possible. Please feel free to give us a call if you have questions or concerns.
Krista M. Blum
Frequently Ask Questions
The Village has evaluated the cost of the Public Works Department providing trash collection and found that contracting the service will save $100,000 annually in the general fund.
Cost of disposal continues to increase, and the purchase of new garbage truck is $250,000.
Rumpke will provide trash collection services for half of what it cost the Village Public Works Department. The Village intends to be good stewards of tax payer dollars.
No, the savings reflected is with our current staffing levels. The Public Works Employees will have time to focus on maintaining and beautifying the Village instead of picking up trash 3 days per week.
Yes, the Village toters are preferred but not required. You do not have to purchase a Village toter or any other special container.
No, Rumpke will not provide this service. The Village will provide the service to older, disabled/handicap residents if they meet the criteria listed on the application for service. Click here to download the application form.
No, large items are included in the cost for service and may be set out with your regular trash. Mattresses and upholstered furniture is required to be wrapped in plastic for disposal.
Yes, the Village will continue to bill each resident for trash collection on their utility bill.
Yes, there will be no increase for the 3-year contract period. The rate will remain the same and continue to be included on your utility bill.
You are not required to take part in the curbside recycling program, however it is built into the cost of collection. A recycle container will be provided to each residential household and collection will take place every week. We ask that each resident consider giving it a try. The new curbside recycling program is part of a broader environmental effort by the Village of Lockland. Recycling is part of an overall effort to reduce our community’s carbon footprint and have a more sustainable future.
Yes, the drop-off recycling containers located at 116-118 North Cooper Avenue in the public parking lot will still be available for those wishing to use it.
The Village is excited to announce Cristo Homes has purchased lots in the Westview Park Subdivision on Herbert Avenue. Construction of the first model home will begin in November. Examples of the types of homes are on display in the lobby at Town Hall. If interested, please contact Cristo Homes at 513-775-0570 or www.CristoHomes.com.