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2019 Minority Health Month Calendar

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Partnering For Health Equity! Minority Health Month (MHM) was created in April 1989. It is a 30-day inclusive, high-visibility wellness campaign. In 2000, MHM became a national celebration. Everyone is welcome to participate in all events, which are free and open to the community. Read Full Details here

Starting a New Business?

Ciara Lewis Community News

Trotwood Chamber of Commerce will present a workshop on “Starting a New Business” April 13 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at North Dayton School of Discovery, 3901 Turner Road, Dayton Ohio. North Dayton School of Discovery is the host for this workshop. The moderator for the workshop is Ms. Deborah Smith, Owner, Winn’s Enterprises and the presenter is Ms. Kimberly Woodbury, Director …

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Trotwood Fire & Rescue Hydrant Flow Testing

Ciara Lewis Community News

In an effort to assure an adequate water supply for fighting fires and to help maintain the lowest Insurance Ratings possible, Trotwood Fire & Rescue personnel will be checking all fire hydrants for operation and flow. Trotwood Fire & Rescue will conduct fire hydrant flow testing between the dates of April 1st thru September 30th, 2019 see the schedule below …

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Community Connection Spring 2019

catapult Quarterly Newsletter

Message From the Trotwood Mayor, Mary A. McDonald Greetings family and Happy New Year!, The City of Trotwood is on the move! We believe 2019 will see some of the most exciting advancements to our city in decades. Our Main St. will see a brand new Trotwood Library started and will be underway for most of the year, with completion …

Trotwood Fire & Rescue receives donation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors

catapult Community News

Trotwood Fire & Rescue received a donation of 56 Carbon Monoxide detectors from Firefighter and Company Credit Union (previously named Dayton Firefighters Federal Credit Union) This is the 4thconsecutive year the credit union has donated the carbon monoxide detectors. Over the 4 year period a total of 1,560 detectors have been donated to area fire departments as a part of …