- Your Government
Customers of Tipp City Electric enjoy the benefits of a municipally owned and operated electric utility and have since 1897.
The Division of Engineering is responsible for plan creation and review of all public capital improvements for the City.
The Tipp City Finance Department is responsible for providing accurate and relevant financial information to all city departments, the city manager, City Council, and the citizens regarding the financial status of the city. This information enables management and the City Council to make sound financial decisions that help to ensure the long-term financial health of the city.
Fire & Emergency Services
Tipp City's Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) departments strive to protect life and property by providing prompt professional fire, rescue, emergency medical service.
Recruits and refers job applicants, administers personnel regulations, and is dedicated to providing a positive workplace for all employees.
This section features Information and insight into our Department as well as provide you with a complete overview of our D.A.R.E. Program.
Stormwater runoff is rain and snow that runs off solid surfaces such as parking lots, roads, and roofs and then empties into natural or man-made drainage easements. This untreated water flows to the rivers we use for canoeing, fishing, and other recreational activities.
The Street Maintenance Division maintains a total of 158 lane-miles of roads within the municipality, as well as the maintenance of the 12 traffic signals and flashers that are throughout the city.
All Tipp City residents 18 years of age and older are required to file an annual income tax return with the City regardless of if or where they work.
Tipp City’s Utility Billing Department is responsible for billing over 5,200 accounts monthly for electric, water, wastewater, and/or refuse services.
Water / Wastewater
The City of Tipp City provides water and sanitary sewer services to about 4000 customers. The City owns and operates two main water towers, which contain 350,000 gallons and 1 million gallons of water respectively.
The City of Tipp City is divided into zoning districts. Each district is regulated as to the permitted uses and to where you can build on your property.