NEW: Read the City Manager’s Special Report from the June 22, 2021 Budget Work Session: Revenue Insufficiencies Update - Moving Brookville Forward 2021

Read the City Manager’s Special Report from the January 12, 2021 Special Council Meeting here: Revenue Insufficiencies - Moving Brookville Forward 2021

Read the City Manager’s Special Report from the June 2, 2020 Council Meeting here:   Revenue Insufficiencies - Moving Brookville Forward Presentation

A supplemental report was presented at the June 16, 2020 Council Meeting. View here: Revenue Insufficiencies Supplemental Report

A third supplemental report was presented at the July 7, 2020 Council Meeting. View Here: Revenue Insufficiencies III

What's Happening in Brookville

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Curby the Cardinal ELC Virtual Tour (002)On April 21st, 2022 the Montgomery County Solid Waste District launched its state of the art Virtual Tour of the Environmental Learning Center. The new ELC Virtual Tour includes 3-D photography of the facility as well as games, animation, and videos all designed to education participants on topics such as recycling, resource conservation, and wastewater treatment.  The ELC Virtual Tour can be accessed by visiting

Stormwater Update 

Brookville City Council established a Stormwater Management Utility in August of 2019, as we are required by law to manage the stormwater system, which provides for the collection, treatment, storage and disposal of stormwater. A Stormwater Management Fee of $4.50 to $10.50 per month, depending on your consumer class, has been added to your utility bill. The Stormwater Management Fee will fund and support the City’s efforts to address issues presented in the provisions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Phase II Stormwater Permit and required operation, maintenance and replacement costs of the stormwater system.

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Chapter 521.11(b) of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Brookville states that no person shall place grass clippings or any other form of debris on the street or alley. Please do not dump anything down storm drains.  Be sure to clear away leaves and grass debris. 

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Dayton Water Quality Information and FAQ's

The City of Dayton has provided us with some helpful information on the quality of our drinking water.
Dayton Drinking Water - FAQs
The recent 2019 Consumer Water Quality Reports for  the City of Brookville and the City of Dayton can be viewed in our Archive Center.

Recently Completed Projects:

Fire Station #76 Grand Opening/Dedication July 2018

Arlington Road Bridge Project

Market Street Dedication

Montgomery County Soil and Water