City of Springdale
11700 Springfield Pike  Springdale, Ohio 45246  (513) 346-5700  Fax (513) 346-5745

Springdale Elected Officials

Mayor and Clerk of Council

City Departments

City Administrator's Office
Economic Development
Our City's History
Form of Government
City Services Directory
Calendar of Upcoming Events

Springdale Council
- Minutes
- Agendas
- Administrator's Pending Legislation Report

Boards and Commissions

Frequently Called City Telephone Numbers
Census Data (1980) (1990) (2000) (2010)
Springdale FEMA Flood Map (592k)

Springdale Street Listing

Springdale Code of Ordinances

Broadcast Times for City Council Meetings
(View recent City Council Meetings)


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Health Department News:

Check out the local restaurants given the 6 Star Honor Awards for Excellence in Food Safety for 2013!

Servsafe® Food Safety System Training:

For Managers...

For Employees...

Handwashing Poster

Springdale Nuisance Animal
Control Policy

(revised 1/1/2010)

2009 Community Health Assessment Report


Income Tax Forms

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Household Hazardous Waste
Drop-off Locations and Hours

Computer and TV Recycling
Drop-off Locations and Hours

New Rumpke Guidelines for Collection of
Refrigerant-Containing Appliances

Exciting Recycling News!
Effective November 1, 2009
Rumpke Recycling will accept ALL plastic bottles and jugs (regardless of number). They will also accept clean pizza boxes

City of Springdale
Debris Removal Program

City receives Ohio Historic Preservation Office Award for the Restoration & Preservation of Old St. Mary's Cemetery
(on-line presentation) (Powerpoint download)

Old Springdale Slide Show
(4.2 meg)

Veterans Memorial Information
Paverstones are still available for $25/ea.
They will be placed twice per year.
Paverstone Order Form

Public Complaint Instructions
(Police Department)

New Program is being offered by the
Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Next of Kin/Emergency Contact Enrollment


Locate Sexual Offenders
in Hamilton County


Join a Springdale Neighborhood
Watch Group

Application Form
Schedule of Meetings

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SOS - Springdale
Offering Support

Springdale Offering Support (SOS) is an organization, initiated by the City of Springdale, which includes representatives from local agencies, churches, organizations and concerned citizens in the Springdale area. We coordinate community resources and unite individuals and families with elements of help and assistance within Springdale. Please call 346-5725
to make a donation, volunteer or request services today.
Information about Volunteering and Donating
Local Services Directory
Needs Assessment Form to Request Assistance
Read a testimonial letter from a Springdale resident

ComeUnity Bash Coming
September 14!

Family Mud Quest, Too!



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New Citizen's Police Academy
begins September 9, 2013

Second Annual Mill Creek
ReCreation Celebration

Canoe it! 1:30 pm- Bike it! 3 pm- Celebrate! 4 pm
Event date: Saturday, September 28
Event location: Twin Creek Preserve – 12072 Best Place, Sharonville, Ohio 45241

Upper Mill Creek Watershed Cleanup
Get involved! Ohio EPA has awarded a litter prevention grant to the Council to cleanup several sites in the Upper Mill Creek!
When: Saturday, October 5 • 9am to 1pm
Where: We will convene at Beckett Park in West
Chester Township where folks will be organized
into teams to tackle various sites within the
Townships of West Chester, Fairfield, and
Liberty, and the Citiesof Springdale and Hamilton.
Who: This event is family-friendly-open to all ages
Why: Because keeping our streams clean keeps our communities beautiful! And lunch will
be provided by John Morrell!

The Springdale Farmers' Market will be held each Thursday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the south end of the Springdale Town Center, located at the corner of West Kemper and Route 4. It is open June through October. Vendors offer a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, homemade soaps and more!

Employment with the
City of Springdale

Download Employment Application Form

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Council District Map

At the April 3rd Council meeting,
Springdale Council adopted a
redistricting plan.
View a map of the new Council Districts

City's Energy Aggregate Rates:

Note: Members of Springdale's Natural Gas Aggregate Program may have noticed on their recent invoice from Duke Energy, the charges from IGS Energy (the aggregate's natural gas provider) were calculated using an erroneous rate of $0.999/ccf. IGS is aware of the error and will be correcting the charges. For more information, you may contact IGS Energy at 1-800-280-4474 weekdays 8am-8pm.

Electric: $0.0455/kWh thru May, 2014
Natural Gas:

Jan $0.463/ccf $0.532/ccf
Feb $0.463/ccf $0.520/ccf
March $0.463/ccf $0.503/ccf
April $0.520/ccf $0.4655/ccf
May $0.573/ccf $0.514/ccf
June $0.541/ccf $0.550/ccf
July $0.518/ccf $0.572/ccf
August $0.518/ccf $0.560/ccf
Sept $0.518/ccf $0.534/ccf
Oct $0.490/ccf $0.559/ccf

Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District 2013 Drop-off Programs Begin!
1) Computer and TV Recycling Program -
Runs May 4 - Oct 26 (More Info)

2) Household Hazardous Waste Program -
Runs Apr 20 - Nov 2 (More Info)

3) Yard Trimmings Drop-off Program -
Runs March 23 - Nov 24 (More Info)

Springdale Has Received the Ohio Healthy Community Award!

The statewide honor recognizes communities that have implemented health-related policies and offer healthy community environments. The award identifies communities who put forth efforts to encourage employees and residents to make healthy choices. Healthy Ohio’s goals: more physical activity, better nutrition and no smoking

Police Department
Accreditation Assessment Team
Invites Public Comment

See News Release

Duke Energy Kicks Off
Appliance Recycling Program
Get $30 for recycling your old
fridge or freezer!
(more info)


Emergency Notification System
Have You Submitted Your Contact Information?
Click here for information



Other Useful Links:

GE Park Golf & Recreation

Springdale Chamber of Commerce

Springdale Service Organizations:

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Springdale-Forest Park Lions Club

Springdale Communicator ToastMaster Club

Greater Springdale Jaycees

Girl Scouts Great Rivers Council

Hamilton County Environmental Services - Recycling Info.

Hamilton County Auditor

Tri-County Press Newspaper

Cincinnati Enquirer

U. S. Census Bureau  docseal.gif (1999 bytes)

Springdale Businesses on the Internet

CDS Associates

Center for Local Government

Ohio Public Employees Deferred Compensation Program

Internal Revenue Service

Ohio Municipal League

State of Ohio
Ohio Department of Taxation
Princeton City Schools

Cincinnatlas - Interactive Guide to the Queen City



Check out traffic on area highways!




Citywide Leaf Collection Schedule





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Homeland Security / Citizen Preparedness



Americas Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force





Ohio Fallen Officers Web Page



Brief History  (For the Comprehensive History of Springdale 1787 - 1987, go to History Online)

The City of Springdale was first founded in 1806 as the Town of Springfield. In 1839, the town was officially incorporated as a village under that name. During later years however, the original incorporation was lost and the village was then re-incorporated in 1959 under the name of Springdale. A few years later, in 1971, the village became the City of Springdale .

The City of Springdale is located in northern Hamilton County, approximately twenty miles from downtown Cincinnati. Bisected by I-275 and bordered by I-75, it is the home of a highly developed commercial/industrial community, as well as stable, well maintained residential neighborhoods. The population of the city as of the 1990 census was 10,621, but boasts a daytime population of more than 50,000.

In 1992 the city constructed a new Municipal Building at 11700 Springfield Pike.

Form of Government

The City of Springdale has a Charter form of government. See Home Rule Charter for Springdale, Ohio. It is managed by a City Administrator who is appointed by the Mayor and who serves as the City's Chief Administrative Officer.

The City's electoral process is non-partisan. Under the Charter, the Mayor is Springdale's senior elected official, and serves as the directly elected Chief Executive of the City. Springdale also has an elected Clerk of Council/Finance Director, and a seven member City Council. Three of the members of Council are elected at large, and four are elected from districts. The Council selects a President of Council from its own ranks to preside at meetings.


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