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  1. Police Cruiser

    Beavercreek City Council votes to place police levy on May ballot

    Funds generated by this levy will be used to maintain and increase the Beavercreek Police Department’s service levels, including the hiring of five additional police officers, as well as maintaining and purchasing equipment. Read on...
  2. Senior Center Transportation Volunteers

    Senior Center transportation program receives 1st place adaptive award by OPRA

    The service won first-place in the adaptive category for providing a program that “enhances the lives of those with special needs such as emotional, cognitive, or physical disabilities.” Read on...
  3. Bob and Vicki Darden

    Beavercreek couple awarded Citizens of the Year by OPRA

    Bob and Vicki Darden were honored for their involvement and dedication to youth in the Beavercreek community. Read on...
  4. cyber-security

    Cybersecurity tips from the Beavercreek Police Department

    The internet has proven to be a useful and necessary tool for many. Unfortunately, scammers and those who want to steal your identity know this all too well. Read on...
  5. Digital Newsletter

    Beavercreek launches new monthly digital newsletter

    The city is launching a monthly digital newsletter beginning January 2023 in an effort to continue to expand outreach and increase engagement among residents. Read on...
  6. Pete E. Landrum

    Beavercreek City Manager delivers 2022 State of the City Address

    Beavercreek’s City Manager Pete Landrum delivered the 2022 State of the City Address at City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting Monday, December 12, 2022. Read on...
  7. Willowcrest Drive

    City using ARPA funds for infrastructure projects to address stormwater and flooding issues

    The City of Beavercreek is utilizing a majority of its ARPA funds for two major infrastructure projects to address stormwater and flooding issues. Read on...
  8. road project

    Beavercreek Residents Pass 2.15 Mills Street Levy

    Final election results released Tuesday, Nov. 22, from the Greene County Board of Elections reveal voters in the City of Beavercreek approved a 2.15 mills street levy in the 2022 midterm election. Read on...
  9. New Park Land

    City of Beavercreek closes on additional 48 acres of land to create city’s largest park

    The City of Beavercreek closed on an additional 48 acres of park land Tuesday, September 6, 2022, adding to the 100 acres of land along Grange Hall Road the city closed on in April 2022. Read on...
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