About the City of Monroe

The City of Monroe was founded in 1817 and we are very proud with what it has grown to today. The City of Monroe is working towards being one of the, if not the best, 21st Century Community. Monroe still holds that small town feeling with the ease of access to places of employment, shopping, and transportation. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our site and continue to check back frequently for updates. If there is something you cannot locate or additional information you would like to see on our site, please send us an email or call 513-539-7374 extension 1012.
 
Monroe is excited about celebrating 200 years this year.  We have a lot of exciting events planned throughout the year.  Follow us on Twitter - @Monroe200, Facebook - Monroe 200, or check out our website at www.Monroe2017.org.  You can also send an email or call 513-539-7374 extension 1012.MONROE BICENTENNIAL REWORKED small
The City of Monroe will begin their leaf pickup during the week of October 23, 2017 and end during the week of December 4, 2017.  Leaves should be raked in piles along the curb line no more than six feet from the curb line, but not in the...

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RA Consultants are currently working in the North Monroe Cemetery to update the City's records.  They are locating and mapping the headstones and using GPR to locate graves.  If you happen to be at the North Monroe  Cemetery and see...

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Monroe City Council passed legislation to seek, on the Nov. 2017 ballot, an increase in the City’s income tax rate from 1.5% to 2.0%, with a credit to residents, and their dependents, who own their home within the City.  Council has dedicated...

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You could save hundreds of dollars!Monroe's delinquent taxpayers have the opportunity to pay their back taxes without penalty. The tax amnesty program will run September 1, 2017 and end October 31, 2017The program will waive penalties on...

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We have recently completed our State of the City Report for 2016 providing information on all of the departments.  You can review a copy here or pick one up at the Receptionist's desk at the City building.
Route 1:  Week of December 4, 2017Ambergreen Ct., Apple Knoll Ln., Apple Ridge Ct., Autumn Oak St., Babbling Brooke Dr., Bayberry Ln., Bendel Dr., Blue Springs Dr., Brandon Dr., Bridgewater Ln., Buckeye Dr., Carol Anne Ln., Cherry Mill Ct....

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Prior to issuing a temporary license to solicitors, the City attempts to screen the persons requesting a permit.  The issuance of a permit is not a product endorsement by the City of Monroe.  Please keep in mind that just because a...

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