New Richmond Village Hall Light-Ashburn Memorial Building 102 Willow Street New Richmond, Ohio 45157 513-553-4146
April 1, 2020
To Village residents,
It has come to our attention there are juveniles hanging out in the Village in groups.
While we understand young people still want to spend time with friends, during this crisis we must obey the Stay-at-Home order from our state government. It is simply not an option - it is an order.
If it is a first offense, juveniles seen out in groups will be stopped and advised of the “Stay-at-Home” order. The order reads as follows: "stay at home” and includes “prohibiting all public and private gatherings”. Not cooperating will result in being charged with not obeying the order.
We are asking parents for help in ensuring your children are staying at home during this pandemic. We appreciate your help during these very difficult times. Let’s look out for our neighbors and friends and be successful at keeping our community safe.
Finally, we would like to add this order is intended for adults as well.
Please help us and consider everyone’s well-being. We certainly do not want to have to enforce the order however we will do what is best for all of us.
Respectfully, Mayor Glenn Ewing
ATTENTION! VILLAGE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS March 16, 2020
Due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Village Administration Building (Light Ashburn Building) will be locked 24 hours a day effective immediately.
If you have a true emergency, please contact the Clermont County Communication Center by dialing 911.
If you have a critical issue or concern and you must speak to a New Richmond Police officer, please contact the Clermont Communication Center by dialing 732-2231.
The police officer will return your call and take appropriate actions. To protect the officer and the community from the spread of the Covid-19 virus, most police reports will be taken over the telephone by the officer and prepared at the New Richmond Police Station. This includes thefts, property crimes, harassment, identify fraud, etc.
To contact other members of the village administration please dial the following number:
513-553-4146 Utilities extension 17 Village Administrator ext. 15 Clerk of Courts ext. 24 Zoning ext. 13 Fiscal/Financial Officer ext. 12
Please drop your utilities bills or court/police fines in the locked box in front of the building. Thank you for your assistance and cooperation.
Mayor Glenn Ewing Chief Michael Couch Administrator Greg Roberts
During their regular meeting on Tuesday March 24, New Richmond Village Council selected Jonathan Millhouse to fill the vacancy created upon the resignation of Richard Feldkamp. Jonathan and his wife moved to the village in 2015 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati. He formerly worked at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati and is currently employed as a Technical Writer. The Millhouse family is currently restoring their Victorian era home on Market Street.
Thanks to Councilman Feldkamp for his many years of service to the village on council as well as serving as Fire Chief.