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Yes! Each fall, the Tipp City Street Department schedules a leaf pickup program throughout the City. Specific dates are released in September each year. Residents are asked to rake leaves into the street, one foot from the curb, so that storm water will drain. Pickups generally begin in October and run through mid-December.
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Dead animals that are on the City streets that are located within the City limits will be removed by the City. You can report the dead animal by calling (937) 667-6305. Removal of animals that are located on private property are the responsibility of the property owner.
Potholes in public streets can be reported by contacting Tipp City’s Municipal Services Office at (937) 667-6305. If the potholes are located on private streets or drives or in private parking lots, the repairs are the responsibility of the property owner.
Street Light outages or street light issues can be reported by contacting Tipp City’s Municipal Services Office at (937) 667-6305. When contacting the City, please provide the following information:
· The street address closest to pole
· Your phone number
· Let us know if the light is completely out, cycling on and off, constantly on, or if there are other issues such as a broken globe.
Traffic light maintenance is handled by the City of Tipp City. You can report issues with traffic lights by contacting Tipp City’s Municipal Services Office at (937) 667-6305. If the outage is creating a safety issue and it is not regular business hours or it is a weekend, please call the Police Department at (937) 667-3112.
In the interest of clearing streets in a manner maintaining safety/service vehicle traffic and public travel, the following schedule will be completed by snow removal crews for plowing and/or salting:
First Priority includes Main Street, Hyatt Street, Third Street, South First Street, East and West Kessler-Cowlesville Road, Evanston Road, County Road 25A, Donn Davis Way, and School Areas. Second Priority includes Connector Roads. Third Priority includes alleys and cul-de-sacs.