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Don't forget that the Rain date for the City Wide Yard Sale is this coming Saturday, June 4. If you haven't registered already, call the city building and do so. We will include your address on our listings on Facebook. No charge.
Bring your community creative ideas and learn how to apply for the Skyward Nano Grants. Could make for an interesting summer.
Dayton's Main Street Board meets Tuesday, May 31 at the V.F.W. The meeting will begin at 7:00. Please attend if you have an interest in the Central Business District along Sixth Avenue. It's the best way to keep informed on all the exciting things happening on Dayton's main street.
Just announced: 5 community grants will be offered to the citizens of Dayton, Kentucky for vibrant ideas to grow the community. Skyward and the Center for Great Neighborhoods are offering grants for your ideas. A workshop to learn more about what is entailed in applying for the grant will be held June 7 at 5:30, Dayton City Schools Admin Building. http://www.daytonky.com/2016/05/24/5-community-grants-available/
Memorial Day is one week away. Services will be held at the Monument, sixth Avenue and Berry Street at 10:00 to commemorate the service of those who served and died. The parade begins at 10:30. Mark your calendars.
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Dayton Pike from 7th Street to Rose drive will be temporarily closed from 9am to 10am Thursday May 19th for re-striping lines. Pleases use alternate routes during this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
Dayton Residents, if you ride your bike to work, for pleasure, or for any other reason, check out this cool event on the Purple People Bridge.
City Wide Yard sale has been rescheduled to June 4. Same time: 9:00 to 3:00. If you participated in the yard sale on Saturday May 14 and wish to have your name removed from the list for June 4, please contact the city building at 859-491-1600. http://www.daytonky.com/event/city-wide-yard-sale-rain-date/
Dayton Neighborhood Watch meeting is tonight at the Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m.
Good news to start our week off: http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/campbellcounty/2016/05/05/campbellrotary-honors-policeofficer-ofyear/83979720/
City Wide Yard Sale is Saturday. Check out the "Events" page of the website for the list of registered addresses. Just click on the City Wide Yard Sale in the calendar and the list will appear.
Citywide Yard Sale is this weekend: It's a great deal, no need to buy a permit to be part of the citywide sale. However, please be sure to call the to register your address on the list that will appear on the website and Facebook pages.
By all outward appearances, CleanUp Dayton has been a success. We extended the deadline from April 23 to tomorrow, May 10, at which point we will pull the dumpster, which is already nearly full. Thank you all for your support of the event to keep our hometown clean.
For the CityWide Yard Sale, the question has been asked: Can people set up at the monument and in the city parking lot of the 600 block of Sixth Avenue. You may set up at the monument as long as you notify the city, and it is on a first come first serve basis. No one is allowed to set up in the public parking lot for any reason. Any questions, please call the city at 859-491-1600.
Check it out: Dayton has lots going on May 14th. Besides the City Wide yard sale, the YMCA is sponsoring a community celebration that we added to the city calendar. http://www.daytonky.com/event/we-love-dayton-celebration/
Dayton is featured on page 40 of this month's addition of Cincinnati Magazine, accentuating the great housing stock in our town. Check it out: http://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/may-2016-drink-now/
Update to Clean-up Dayton: The second dumpster is full and will be replaced tomorrow, Wednesday, May 4. The resounding response from the community is wonderful. The third dumpster will remain at Gil Lynn Park until full or next Wednesday, whichever comes first. Thank you for being courteous and ensuring that your refuse goes in the dumpster.
May's calendar is up-to-date for all city sponsored meetings and events. http://www.daytonky.com/events/
It's Saturday and the Museum is closed today, but look for interesting displays in the coming weeks regarding fallen heroes from Dayton. And remember: Tharp Dayton Heritage Museum is open on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month.
We just received word that the dumpster is in place at Gil Lynn Park. Thank you for your patience. Now, let's all pitch in and finish what we started and make our city even more.