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Village of Maineville does provide trash services via Rumpke. 

The billing for these services is done through Warren County.

Please email your name and address information to Mary Beth Campbell at fiscalofficer@mainevilleoh.com.

Recycling carts can be provided at no cost. However, if you wish to rent a trash cart, it is $2.50 monthly, billed every quarter.  That acct needs set up through Rumpke. Call Gina Schueler (513) 851-0122 ext. 5732.

County billing:

In order to get water/sewer set up via the county, please contact Janet Lundy at (513) 695-1803.


Please see tax info and street address list under Services / Income Tax Info

Joint- Freedom Parade & Festival

Jul 4, 2022

10:00 am - 3:00 pm


The Village of Maineville and Hamilton Township are excited to join forces for the Freedom Parade & Festival! Grab your family and line the parade route to take in this patriotic event full of fun. The parade will be followed by a Spectacular Skydiver Show (11am) with LIVE MUSIC, Inflatables, a cool down zone with water slides, games, and food trucks all happening at Testerman Park. You won't want to miss it! Parade begins promptly at 10am, so be sure to grab your spot early. Parking available at Maineville Baptist and United Methodist Churches, EVO Fit, and Testerman Park. Click the links below to register or volunteer!

Click below for Registration:


Click below to Volunteer:


Per Ordinance 2022-02 - Effective March 1, 2022, regular meetings of the Village Council of Village of Maineville shall be held on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Village of Maineville Contacts:



Street: (513) 678-0833

Zoning: (513) 683-8520

The Village of Maineville is located in Warren County, Ohio and was founded in 1815. Maineville 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 2020, the population of the Village was 1405. Hamilton Township provides police and Fire /EMS.

On March 4, 2021, Council voted to adopt the 2021 Ohio Basic Code. This is available online at the following link: