City of Trenton, Ohio

Butler County Water and Sewer

Butler County Water and Sewer handles Trenton's waste water.  The attachment below is from BCWS expressing concerns of items being flushed and causing issues with their lift stations.  Please be aware that flushing sanitary wipes, paper towels and rags into the sewer system will damage equipment and could cause unpleasant side effects.

 

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Public Works Assistant Mechanic

The City of Trenton is accepting applications for a full-time Public Works Assistant Mechanic. Pay range is $21.76 - $24.02 per hour + benefits. Under the direction of the Lead Mechanic, duties include repairing, servicing, maintaining and performing major and minor repairs to City automobiles, trucks, emergency vehicles, tractors, backhoes and other power driven equipment and facilities and all other duties as assigned.

May be assigned to any division within the Public Works Department as a substitute for individuals on vacation, sick leave, etc., or during heavy work load periods.

 

Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED to ensure the ability to read, write and perform basic math.

Applicants must pass a physical examination and drug test, and subsequent random drug tests.  Class B w/ Air Brake Endorsement CDL required within first 6 months of hire date.

 

Applications may be obtained on the City of Trenton website and at the City of Trenton Administration Dept. Please fill out the application and return it to Trenton Civic Center, 11 East State Street, 45067.

 

Deadline is 5:00 P.M., Friday, February 1, 2019.

 

For further information, contact Brad Baker at 513-428-0195.  Trenton is an EEO/AA employer.

 

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City of Trenton
2017 Water Quality Report

 

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Dine to Donate Fundraiser

Trenton Historical Society is having an fundraiser on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at T-Byrds Bar-N-Grill, Trenton Ohio.

 

Raffle Baskets, Split the Pot, Sound Effects DJ.

Tickets sold from Noon to 10 P.M. 

Need not be present to win.

 

For information or to make donations, call 513-464-6345.

Meet Congressman Warren Davidson

 

 

On the first Wednesday of every month, at 12:30 P.M., the City of Trenton Administrative Building (Courtroom) 11 East State Street, Trenton, OH 45067 is the Mobile Office location for Congressman Warren Davidson (R-Troy).

 

Mobile office hours give constituents the opportunity to meet and discuss issues with Congressman Davidson’s staff.

 

“As a congressman, one of the services I am proudest to offer is helping constituents deal with federal agencies. Our district staff is dedicated to helping people throughout our district receive fair and timely responses from federal agencies,” said Congressman Davidson. “I invite citizens across the district to stop by their closest location and become acquainted with their advocates as well as raise issues we can help address.”

 

For additional information, constituents may call:

Troy District Office at (937) 339-1524

West Chester District Office at (513) 779-5400

Winter Storm Haper - Duke Energy Ohio & Kentucky

Overview

§  Duke Energy continues to monitor and prepare for a winter storm that has the potential to cause power outages across the company’s Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio service regions.

§  While a typical snow storm has little to no impact on the electric system, this winter storm could be different due to a forecasted combination of snow, sleet, rain, freezing rain, cold temperatures and high winds.

§  These factors could bring down trees, limbs and power lines, as well as create hazardous driving conditions, which could delay and/or impede Duke Energy workers’ abilities to assess storm damage and restore power.


We’re prepared

§  Ahead of this weekend’s storm, Duke Energy line technicians and other workers continue to inspect equipment, check supplies and restock inventories to ensure adequate materials are available to make repairs and restore power outages.

§  In addition, Duke Energy meteorologists are continually tracking the storm’s path and intensity, and updating forecast models, which influence how the company mobilizes its workers and other resources.


Safety awareness and reminders

§  Along with a mix of snow, sleet, rain and freezing rain, this winter storm is forecasted to bring unseasonably cold, single-digit temperatures to the region. Forecasters believe increased wind speeds – including potential wind gusts of up to 35 or 40 mph – will cause dangerous, subzero wind chill factors and near-blizzard conditions.

§  With arctic cold temperatures and a wintery mix on the horizon, Duke Energy urges customers to make plans now to move family members – especially those with special needs – to safe, alternative locations in the event of an extended power outage. The company also advises customers to be prepared and stay safe, and to encourage their family members, friends and neighbors to do the same.

§  Here are some ways customers can be prepared and stay safe before, during and after a storm:

•       Ensure an adequate supply of flashlights, batteries, bottled water, non-perishable foods, medicines, etc., as well as the availability of a portable, battery-operated radio, TV or weather radio.

•       Stay away from power lines that have fallen or are sagging. Consider all lines energized as well as trees or limbs in contact with lines. Please report downed power lines to Duke Energy or local emergency services.

•       If a power line falls across a car that you’re in, stay in the car. If you MUST get out of the car due to a fire or other immediate life-threatening situation, do your best to jump clear of the car and land on both feet. Be sure that no part of your body is touching the car when your feet touch the ground.

•       If you are driving and encounter emergency responders or other roadside work crews, remember to MOVE OVER. It’s the law in Kentucky and Ohio, and a good practice for all drivers.

•       If you use a generator due to a power outage, follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure safe and proper operation. Operate your generator outside; never operate it inside a building or garage.

•       Don’t use grills or other outdoor appliances or equipment indoors for space heating or cooking, as these devices may omit carbon monoxide (CO). The following are symptoms of CO poisoning:

□     Flu-like symptoms               

□     Headache               

□     Drowsiness               

□     Ringing sensation in the ears                

□     Nausea               

□     Blurred vision               

□     Chest pains               

□     Light-headedness or dizziness

•       If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, open doors and windows, leave your home / business and consult a physician.


Reporting outages

§  Customers who experience outages during the storm have multiple ways to report them:

•       Text OUT to 57801 (standard text and data charges may apply).

•       Call the automated outage-reporting system at 800.543.5599.

•       Report an outage or view current outages by visiting duke-energy.com/outages.

§  Duke Energy will also provide updates on its social media channels to keep customers informed if significant outages occur:

•       Duke Energy on Twitter: twitter.com/DukeEnergy

•       Duke Energy on Facebook: facebook.com/DukeEnergy

§  The company does not believe this winter storm will impact its natural gas operations. However, Duke Energy natural gas customers in Kentucky and Ohio can always call 800.634.4300 to report natural gas outages or other issues. Any customer who suspects a gas leak should always evacuate the area before calling.


Customers can help prevent consecutive power outages

§  Immediately after power is restored to an area or neighborhood, the local electric grid experiences extremely heavy demand for power, which can overload a circuit. When this happens, a fuse or circuit breaker automatically “trips” at the local Duke Energy substation, causing a new power outage.

§  This circumstance, which is called cold load pickup, happens by design and is meant to prevent damage to our equipment – similar to how fuses and circuit breakers work in homes and businesses.

§  Customers experiencing an outage can help prevent repeated interruptions caused by cold load pickup by switching off as many lights, electronics and appliances – including heating systems – as possible. Doing so will reduce the likelihood of circuit overloads when power is restored, especially during cold weather conditions.


Additional information and resources

§  Online outage map: duke-energy.com/outages/current-outages

§  Outage alerts via text, phone or email: duke-energy.com/outages/alerts

§  How Duke Energy restores power: duke-energy.com/outages/restoring-your-power

§  Meter and service connection damage: duke-energy.com/outages/meter-damage

§  Storm safety: duke-energy.com/safety-and-preparedness/storm-safety

§  Safety around power lines: duke-energy.com/safety-and-preparedness/overhead-power-lines

§  Electric generator safety: duke-energy.com/outages/generators

§  Electrical safety: duke-energy.com/safety-and-preparedness/electric-safety

§  Identifying a Duke Energy employee: duke-energy.com/safety-and-preparedness/identifying-de-employee

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Vision

Serving honestly, professionally and with integrity, while proactively providing the best quality of life, responsible expansion, and maximizing existing infrastructure.

Mission

Perform responsibly and cooperatively to provide excellent services.

Middletown-Oxford
Shuttle

The Middletown-Oxford Shuttle now stops in Trenton. In Trenton the Shuttle stops at State & 1st and State & 3rd.  Click to see the time schedule.


Middletown
​​​​​​​Transit System 

Information on the Middletown Transit System, Fare rates and hours of operation.