The CHIP program is designed to assist low and moderate income residents with means to make home repairs. The County CHIP program is offering:
-Home repair assistance: Funds are available to assist homeowners residing in London and in the County, outside of the city of London, to repair one or two major deficiencies to their owner-occupied single-family homes. CHIP home repair assistance is a grant.
-Private Owner Rehabilitation: Funds are available to help homeowners residing in London and in the County to bring their homes up to code. CHIP Home Rehabilitation assistance is deferred, 100% forgivable five-year loan.
Interested households should contact Emma Hall, Case worker, Madison County CHIP office to obtain additional information. The CHIP program telephone number is 937-728-8978
begin a monthly drop-off recycling collection on October 22, 2018 at the vacant lot on the corner of High and Columbus Streets in Mt. Sterling. The collection will be held on the 4th Monday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Residents can recycle paper, newspapers, magazines, paperboard, cardboard, aluminum cans, steel food cans, glass food bottles/jars and number 1 & 2 plastic bottle/jugs (examples: laundry, shampoo, milk, beverage).
This is not a collection site for household hazardous waste, electronics, tires or other solid waste. Anyone caught leaving items at the site during non collection hours may be prosecuted for illegal dumping.
Please note that the mobile collection will be cancelled when there is a level 1 weather emergency in Madison County.
Please note the following changes for public speaking at council meetings:
In the past, the public was allowed to address council during the Round Table section of the meeting.
Starting this year, Public comments will now be made during the first part of the meeting.
1. You must sign the public speaking book in order to address council. The book is located in the lobby on the display case.
2. You will be required to provide a brief description of the topic to be addressed.
Ordinance 452.14 Snow Emergencies.
(a) Within the limits of the availability of manpower and equipment, the municipality will endeavor to remove snow from the following streets, or portions thereof, but nothing contained herein shall be construed such removal:
(1) Main Street
(2) Columbus St.
(3) High Street
(4) London Street
(5) Market Street
(6) New Street
(b) At anytime when the accumulation of snow reaches or exceeds two inches in the municipality all motor vehicles shall be removed from the streets listed in subsection (a) hereof between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. of the following day and such streets shall be kept clear during such hours until the snow has been removed.
(c) Any vehicle which is not removed from the streets listed in subsection (a) hereof shall be towed therefrom upon any order of any Municipal officer, the reasonable cost of such towing and storage of such vehicle to be paid for by the owner of such vehicle.
(d) No liability is assumed by the Municipality for clearing of any private drive, alley or approach.
Per Ordinance 2010-05 please maintain and remove noxious weeds and grasses from lawns.
Hydrants in town will be flushed starting May 28-31. You may experience some discoloration
Water/Waste Water meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at 2:15
Parks and Recreation meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at 3:30
Nusiance and abatement meeting will be held on May 21 at 2:30