UPCOMING ROAD CLOSURES – Events: Summerfest – Aug. 3 & Annual 5K – Aug 10

On August 3, 2024 from 2:00pm to 11:00pm we will be having summerfest.  Church St. will be closed from 2:00pm to 11:00pm.  Vendor booths and pedestrians will be on Church St. from SR32 to Valley Avenue.
On August 10, 2024 from 8:00am to 10:30am we will be having the annual 5k race.  Church Street will be closed during these times from 3100 block all the way to Wooster Pike.


Newtown Events 2024

STREET STUDY – Pavement Condition Rating Report

Street Study

The Village Engineer completed a pavement condition rating report covering all village streets. The report is on the Village website and residents can review the condition of streets and see the current cost to repave the streets and the funding sources available.  Little Dry Run has the lowest pavement condition rating.  An application was made to the Municipal Road Fund (MRF) Program for funding and the Village is awaiting a decision on its application. The MRF Program is generated from the sale of license plates/tags within the corporate limits of municipalities within Hamilton County.  The Village also will likely apply for funding from the Ohio Public Works Commission.  If funding becomes available, repaving of Little Dry Run would likely occur in 2025.

Village of Newtown 2023 PCR (4)

Metro Commuter Survey

Commuter Survey
The Village of Newtown is working with Metro to examine options to help residents commute to their jobs. Please complete the following questions.


Email Address*

What days each week do you commute outside of Newtown for work? (check all that apply)*

What is your normal work schedule? (Check all that apply)*

Which two cross streets are nearest to your home?*

What is your work zip code?*

Which two cross streets are nearest to your work location?*

Would you be willing to ride the bus to work if a new route was offered from Newtown?*

If yes, would you be willing to drive to a park and ride location within Newtown to catch the bus? (No indicates a preference for multiple bus stops within Newtown)

Do you have any additional comments related to potential bus service in Newtown?*






AIR QUALITY FINAL REPORT (findings from 9/23/2020 to 9/21/2022)




There are 3 facilities in Newtown that can contribute to asphalt odors: Barrett Paving, Brewer Coat, and Valley Asphalt. Barrett and Valley are both asphalt plans that have active air permits with Ohio EPA. Newtown Fill is a construction and demolition landfill that also has permits for its operations.

How to register an air quality complaint:

The Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency has a complaint hotline to receive complaints such as odor, dust, or general air quality concerns.  You can register a complaint by calling 513-946-7777.  Resident can also register a complaint online at https://www.southwestohioair.org/260/Complaints

Air Sampling in Newtown:

In response to odor complaints and concerns presented by the Village of Newtown, the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency, in cooperation with the Ohio EPA Division of Air Pollution Control, conducted specialized monitoring in Newtown and Anderson Township. View the Newtown Monitoring Plan here.  The monitoring project ended in September 2022.   The results of the monitoring can be found at https://www.southwestohioair.org/234/Newtown.


Village of Newtown Electric Aggregation Program

The Village’s electric aggregation program with Dynegy expired on the December 2022 Duke bill. Energy Alliances, the Village’s aggregation consultant, negotiated with multiple suppliers and was able to lock in a rate of 6.45¢ per kWh with Energy Harbor starting with the June 2023 bill and continuing through the May 2025 bill (24 bill periods).

The 6.45¢ per kWh may sound high. However, based on how Duke uses an auction process to set their generation supply rates, Energy Alliances anticipates that Duke’s default generation rate will be around 9.5¢ per kWh starting with the June 2023 bill.

A rate of 6.45¢ per kWh for the aggregation would save participants around 30% compared to taking Duke’s default supply rate.

The aggregation will have no termination fees with participants able to leave at any time without paying a fee.

You DO NOT need to do anything to participate in the aggregation program.

 If you DO NOT want to participate in the aggregation program, you need to opt-out! Opt-out letters will be mailed in the second half of March. You must opt-out by April 12, 2023 and this can be done by mail, phone or the web.

If you have any questions regarding the aggregation program, you can reach out to Energy Alliances at 513.794.555.

Click on link to learn more: http://energyalliances.com/village-of-newtown

Click on below link to view the “Village of Newtown Community Aggregation Notification” letter