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Beavercreek Township Closer to Hiring Administrator

Beavercreek Township is closer to hiring someone for the newly created Township Administrator position. The field has been narrowed down to 16 finalists. > Read More

Township Budget Faces Increased Health Care Costs

Beavercreek Township trustees got some bad news regarding projected budget increases at a special meeting November 11.

HR Manager Trish Gustafson went over the proposed 2011 Budget and five year forecast for the HR Department which included a projection for healthcare cost increases of 25% in 2011 > Read More

Work Progressing on Fire Station Renovations

Work is progressing on renovations for Fire Station 62 on 3777 Dayton-Xenia Road. The renovations are designed to bring the station up to current building codes and increase space to accommodate additional firefighters. > Read More

Local Issues This Election in Beavercreek


Besides voting for 3 open slots on Beavercreek City Council this election, Beavercreek voters will be asked to consider a number of state, county and local issues. The issues include 3 state issues, charter amendments, tax replacements, renewals and even a tax increase. See below for details about the local issues affecting Beavercreek voters. > Read More

Beavercreek Township Gets a New Fire Chief

Beavercreek Township has a new fire chief. David VandenBos will take over the duties starting in July, replacing outgoing fire chief Mark Thomas, who served 25 years. VandenBos, a 1989 Beavercreek High School graduate, has been a member of the Beavercreek Township Fire Department since August 1991. He started as a volunteer firefighter and lieutenant while attending Miami University, Oxford, Ohio to pursue a Bachelor’s in Environmental Design. > Read More