Hey all! Two neighborhood events have been cancelled in the interest of public health: Saturday, July 18 PPD Tuesday, July 28 HSPI Membership Meeting We’ll get together again as soon as everyone feels safe doing so. Meanwhile, keep your spirits up and thank you for being caring, considerate neighbors.
Historic South Park in the News
The city of Dayton continues to deliver essential public services during the coronavirus public health emergency, with some modifications. Rest assured that emergency police and fire services will continue, as well as public water supplies, waste collection and street maintenance. City buildings are closed to the public, and all public meetings and programs are canceled […]
For Immediate Release March 23, 2020 DAYTON, Ohio – Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) has added COVID-19 resources to the GetHelpNow App to provide the community with crisis support, healthcare and testing updates, and more during the coronavirus pandemic. Helen Jones-Kelley, the Executive Director of ADAMHS, is very excited about […]
Hello Neighbors, Our friends in the Walnut Hills neighborhood pulled together some very useful community information to provide guidance and respite through the coronavirus outbreak. We hope it helps! Meanwhile, thank you, South Parkers, for all you’re doing to slow the spread of COVID-19. I. Dayton Public Schools has Food Distribution Information available for its students and […]
Recycling Update: You may be doing it wrong! The old rule — when in doubt, recycle it – no longer applies. The only recyclable items in the City of Dayton and Montgomery County are limited to: Plastic bottles and jugs Aluminum, tin and steel cans Glass bottles and jars Cardboard and paper bags Magazines, newspapers […]
Shakespeare in South Park announces auditions for Tartuffe, a 1664 comedy by Moliere, translated from the French. It’s not quite Shakespeare, but it’s very, very funny and you will love it. Auditions: Tuesday, July 9 and Wednesday, July 10, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Hope Lutheran Church, 500 Hickory Street. You are welcome to come either or both […]