8188 S. State Route 48
Maineville, OH 45039
513.583.8202 Main
513.583.0048 Police
      
 

 

 
 
About Maineville

The Village of Maineville was incorporated on March 23, 1850 and is a statutory government with a Mayor and six members of Council elected for four year terms. The appointed Fiscal Officer serves as the Clerk-Treasurer.  As of 2010, the population of the Village was 975.

The Village provides police protection and general street maintenance services,  while Hamilton Township provides fire/EMS services. 

The Village is located entirely within the Little Miami Local School District. 

Mail Service is provided by the Maineville (45039), Morrow (45152) and Loveland (45140) Post Offices.

 
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Halloween - trick or treat will be held in the Village of Maineville on Friday, October 31 from 6PM-8PM

Shake Your Mailbox on November 1

 

Warren County observes 6th Annual Shake Your Mailbox

 

Lebanon, Ohio - The Warren County Engineer, Neil F. Tunison, P.E., P.S., asks residents to prepare for winter by shaking their mailbox.  The Warren County Board of Commissioners has signed a proclamation declaring Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, the “Shake Your Mailbox Day” in Warren County, Ohio. 

 

“In most instances where mailboxes are damaged, the snow plow doesn’t actually hit the mailbox, but the force of snow thrown from the roadway is enough to knock down a loose mailbox,” Tunison said.  “Damage to posts and receptacles can often be prevented by proper routine maintenance.”

 

Shake Your Mailbox Day started in 2008 as the innovative idea of one county in Michigan frustrated by residents’ complaints of damaged mailboxes.  In 2009, the Warren County Engineer’s Office was encouraged to join forces in the campaign by former local postmaster of the Oregonia Post Office, Ruth Fisher.  The campaign that generated a few chuckles at first has come to save homeowners both money and headaches.

 

Many homeowners have started the practice of changing batteries in smoke detectors and filters in furnaces when clocks are changed for daylight savings time.  In the same manner, Shake Your Mailbox Day reminds homeowners to prepare their mailbox for winter. “Taking time to tighten screws and secure mail receptacles now can prevent serious headaches later,” Tunison said.  “If the mailbox moves when shaken, it probably won’t withstand standard snow removal operations and should be repaired or replaced before winter.”

 

Although the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Warren County Engineer’s Office (WCEO) have policies in place regarding replacement of mailboxes that have clearly been hit by a snowplow, local road agencies have never assumed responsibility for mailbox damage caused by standard snow removal operations. 

 

Mailboxes are one of the only objects allowed by law to be placed in the road right-of-way. The location and construction of mailboxes must conform to the rules and regulations of the U.S. Postal Service and standards established by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).”

 

“We will be out in coming weeks marking roadsides and preparing for winter maintenance operations,” Tunison said.  “Each fall we find mailboxes that pose a serious roadside hazard to motorists and a liability risk for homeowners.  Although milk cans filled with concrete, brick structures and other items are artistic, they present significant dangers to motorists.”

 

If you have questions on what is permitted, please contact the Warren County Highway Department at (513) 925-3329 or visit our website at www.WCEO.us

 

The Warren County Engineer’s Office encourages drivers to stay alert and take your time when out on the road. We consider it a privilege to serve Warren County, to maintain a safe county road system and to help you get around our beautiful county.


 


        2014 Business Registration

The Village of Maineville is updating the Village Business Registrations.  If you are a business within the village you will be receiving a registration form by mail. You can mail those forms back with any corrected information or email them to bethmason@mainevilleoh.com.  If you were not contacted please follow the link below to the business registration form. This is the annual business registration required by village ordinance 2011-08.
2014 Business Form and Informational Letter



Ohio Prescription Drug Drop Box Program

 

The Maineville Police Department was granted a Prescription Drug Box by Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Office. It will be used to dispose of Prescription Medications and over- the- counter medications that are expired or no longer needed.

 

This will provide the residents in the area with a safe manner of disposal of unwanted Medications.  This program keeps medications from being flushed into the water system and prevents them from being stolen if just put in the garbage.

 

The Drug Box is located at:

Maineville Police Department

8188 S. St. Rt. 48

Maineville, Ohio. 45039

 

 It will be available to the public starting 11/19/2012 if you have any question please call 513-583-0048

 

    

 

  

John D Reynolds- Chief of Police

Maineville Police

8188 S St. Rt. 48

Maineville Ohio 45039

 

513-583-0048

 

 

 

ZONING PERMITS
New Zoning Permit applications are now available for download.  If you have any questions relating to a permit application, please call 513.583.9961 Option 4.  Submitted permits must be completed in full at the time of submission or they may be denied or require additional processing time. 



Committee Openings - Updated 8/01/2013

The Village of Maineville currently has resident openings in the following committees:
Planning Committee (3)
Finance and Audit Committee (1)
Holiday Event Committee (3)

TO CONTACT THE HOLIDAY EVENT COMMITTEE:
HOLIDAYEVENTS@MAINEVILLEOH.COM

To be on a committee you must be a resident of the Village for at least one year.  Committees meet monthly in the evening.  If you are interested in joining a committee please submit a letter of interest to Mayor Wm. Shearer.


 
 
                   2014 Village of Maineville Meeting and Events Calendars

 

 
January 2014                           July 2014
February 2014                       August 2014
       March 2014                      September 2014
     April 2014                          October 2014
       May 2014                        November 2014
       June 2014                        December 2014


Important Legislation

Ordinance 2005-O12 - Establishing a Curfew Ordinance 2011-O4 - Zoar Road Speed Study
     
  Ordinance 2008-O5 - Regulating Bicycle and Tricycle Traffic within the Village of Maineville Ordinance 2011-O5 -Adoption of Uniform Development Manual
     
Ordinance 2009-O14 - Parking during a Snow Emergency (76.045)  
Ordinance 2010-O5  - Grass and Weed Control