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.
This is one event which allows children to see, touch, and explore their favorite big trucks and vehicles as well as meet the personnel who protect, serve, and build the community.Location: Monroe Community ParkDate/Time: Friday, August 15th from 9...

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Please join the Monroe Police Department for a night of free food, public safety demonstrations, drinks, games and prizes! August 12, 2014 from 6PM to 9PM at Kroger, 3033 Heritage Green Drive.
Interested in learning more about local law enforcement? The Monroe Police Department is accepting applications for the 18th annual Monroe Citizens Police Academy, scheduled to begin September 3rd. Classes are from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm every Wednesday...

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The City of Monroe will be hosting a free play in the Community Park on Tuesday, August 5th at 7:00 pm (weather permitting). The play to be shown will be A Midsummer Night's Dream. Refreshments will be sold by the Girl Scouts. Please bring your own...

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Grab the kids,a blanket and head down to the park and settle down for a fun filled ovie. The last movie to be presented this summer will be on July 26th is "The Nut Job." The movie will be shown by Premiere Mobile Cinema. The Girl Scouts will be...

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The Monroe Police Department is holding bike rodeos in July to increase awareness about bicycle safety and a reminder to children to be safe while riding.  The event is free and geared for children 12 and under, but everyone is welcome...

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Effective Monday, May 5, 2014, Butler-Warren Road (City of Monroe/Turtlecreek Township) will be closed to traffic for 16 weeks for a bridge rehabilitation project located just north of Nickel Road.  The road is anticipated to be open to...

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Monroe Police Announces Plans for the 2014 Monroe Citizens Police AcademyAre you interested in learning more about local law enforcement? The Monroe Police Department is accepting applications for the 18th annual Monroe Citizens Police Academy...

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