Welcome to Bellbrook!

The City of Bellbrook was settled in 1816 and was named for one of its founders, Stephen Bell. The City first attained a population of over 5,000 in 1970 when Bellbrook annexed a large part of western Sugarcreek Township. This led to official city status in 1974. The current census numbers residents at approximately 7,000 today. Bellbrook is unique because it provides a full range of services without a local income tax, being one of about 4 of Ohio’s over 250 cities without an income tax.

Notice: Stormwater Improvement Project - Vemco Drive/Firebird Drive

July 6, 2015 - The City of Bellbrook is accepting bids for the stormwater improvement project at the intersection of Vemco Drive and Firebird Drive.  Bids will be accepted until 10 am on Thursday, August 6, 2015.

Stormwater Improvement Project - Vemco Drive/Firebird Drive

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Bellbrook Police: Missing Teen Found

July 2, 2015 - The Bellbrook Police Department has located missing teenager, Savannah Swartz, in Quincy, Illinois.

The Bellbrook Police would like to thank local citizens and public safety agencies across the United States for their assistance.  In particular, they would like to thank the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Quincy Police Department for their assistance in helping to locate Savannah.

Arrangements are currently being made to reunite Savannah with her father.

Go to the Police Department page.

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Employment Opportunity: Maintenance Worker

June 25, 2015 - The City of Bellbrook is currently accepting resumes for the full-time position of Maintenance Worker.  This is an entry level position in the City of Bellbrook Service Department.  This position performs various duties including water system, street, storm sewer, and facility maintenance.  Additional duties include snow removal and grounds maintenance.

Go to the Employment Opportunities page

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CERT Training

June 4, 2015 - The Greene County Emergency Management Agency will be hosting Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training.  Citizens from Greene County are invited to be a part of the training to gain knowledge of how you can help in responding to a disaster.

Read more in the Event Flyer

Go to the Greene County EMA website.

Bellbrook Police Department to Hold Community Forums

May 27, 2015 - The City of Bellbrook Police Department will be holding community forums for residents.  These forums will focus on safety topics to help inform citizens of how they can be prepared for various emergencies.  A member of the Bellbrook Police Department will lead each forum.

June 3 - Identity Theft and How to Avoid Scams
July 15 - Active Shooter Preparedness
August 17 - Computer Awareness and Safety Tips for Parents

Each forum will be held at 7 pm at the Bellbrook Community Church located at 3815 West Franklin Street in Bellbrook.

Read more in the Press Release

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Mosquito Control

May 26, 2015 - With the coming of summer, Mosquitoes will once again return to our area.  The City of Bellbrook's mosquito control is managed by the Greene County Combined Health District (GCCHD).  GCCHD has provided this service to Bellbrook residents for many years.  Effective mosquito control provides many benefits for our community.

Go to the Environmental Alerts page for more information.




Bellbrook Police Officers Receive Leadership Award

May 18, 2015 - Two Bellbrook Police Officers were given the department's Leadership Award at the Bellbrook City Council meeting on Monday, May 11.  Police Chief Doug Doherty presented the award to Sergeants Brian Meade and Keith Salyers for their contributions to the Bellbrook Police Department.

Read more in the Press Release

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Pictured: Sergeant Brian Meade (left) and Sergeant Keith Salyers (right)


Volunteers Needed for Board Openings

May 12, 2015 - The City of Bellbrook is seeking residents of the City of Bellbrook to serve as members of the following board:

-Village Review Board

An application for appointment can be found above, obtained by calling the City offices at (937) 848-4666, or by e-mailing the Clerk of Council at c.smith@cityofbellbrook.org. The application may be submitted either by mail or e-mail.

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Public Meeting Schedule and Event Calendar

Looking for a Meeting Space? Use our Community Room!

The Municipal Building (15 East Franklin Street) has a meeting room for use by residents and local organizations. The Community Room fits about 30 people and has tables and chairs. Food is discouraged from being brought into the room. The room is not to be used for business or for-profit organizations.

You may reserve the Community Room for one time use, or on a recurring basis, by calling the Administrative Office at (937) 848-4666.

Hours of use are Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.

Website Comments and Suggestions

If you have a comment or suggestion that you would like to share with us, please email Don Buczek at don.buczek@cityofbellbrook.org.  We would like to know what you think of the new site!