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National Drug Take Back Day: Saturday, April 25

Amberley Village will again be participating in the National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 25, 2020  from 10 a.m. – 2  p.m.  Residents are asked to empty the pills into a zip lock bag for disposal and to recycle the plastic pill bottles.  The pill bottles can also be donated to Matthew 25: Ministries  for inclusion in shipments of medical supplies and for shredding and recycling.  See https://m25m.org/pillbottles for more information.

As a service to our residents, Amberley Village accepts unwanted prescriptions throughout the year.  Contact the Amberley Village Police Department at 513-531-2040 for more information.

Phone Scam Alert

Amberley Village Police Department is warning residents that multiple reports of phone scams have been received.  The caller is claiming to be with American Cash Awards at 876-584-3486.  Using the name Bill Johnson, the caller is telling residents they’ve won over a million dollars and a new car, and all they need do is send $185 in cash or gift cards.
 
AVPD warns that NO LEGITIMATE CONTEST WILL EVER ASK YOU FOR MONEY.  Residents are advised to hang up, ignore the calls and DO NOT SEND GIFT CARDS OR MONEY.  Residents are also advised to block the call number.  Please share this information to ensure no one is taken advantage of by this telephone scam.  Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

Free Tax Prep for Seniors Through April 10 at the JCC

Free Tax PrepAARP Tax Counseling for the Elderly Program (AARP TCE) will again offer free tax preparation counseling to seniors and low to moderate income individuals.  Appointments are required, and all Amberley Village appointments will be held at the JCC on Thursdays from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Appointments are also available at the Sharonville Community Center on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

This free service is available through April 10, and by appointment only, so residents interested in the service will want to schedule a visit as soon as possible.  For more information, call the numbers posted in the graphic to the left, or view the full flyer here.

The downloadable, printable flyer also includes a handy list of everything you’ll need to bring along to make the most of your appointment.

Residents Encouraged to Participate in 2020 Census!

Amberley Village has a greater per capita percentage of foreign born residents (7.46%) than Ohio (4.33%) or Hamilton County (5.32%)?

Amberley Village has more Baby Boomers (29.98%) than any other generational group, seconded by Gen Zers (28.15%)

The child population in Amberley Village has nearly DOUBLED since 1990?

The average household in Amberley Village is just 2.85 people?

Amberley Village households include an overwhelming 92.4% of married couples?

These statistics and more are compiled through responses from residents like you to the United States Census!  Be sure and look for Census 2020 information, and make it a point to participate!

Want more fun facts?  Check out this neighborhood compilation page, or check back for regular updates!

CENSUS 2020 QUICK LINKS:

Learn more about the Census in Ohio

Visit the official U.S. Census website

Learn about jobs as a Census Worker

 

Family Safety & Security Class Coming January 26

Amberley Village Police-Fire Department, in conjunction with the Mayerson JCC, will present a Family Safety & Security Class on January 26. Sessions are held at the JCC, and are being offered as follows:

12:30 – 2pm for families with kids ages 4-7

2:30 – 4pm for families with kids ages 8 – 11

$30 per family

Bring the family to the J for a hands-on, interactive workshop to learn key emergency preparedness tips. Together, families will learn about safety procedures for everything from severe weather to fire safety and stranger danger. Then kids and parents will head to separate classes to get more in-depth information and practice their new safety skills. Space is limited – only one adult per family needs to register. Registration on the JCC programs page via the link below: https://mayersonjcc.org/familysafety/

Holiday Package Delivery Service Available November 29 – December 24

The Amberley Village Police Department would like to again offer residents peace of mind this holiday shopping season by having their packages delivered to the Police Department. Instances of burglaries increase around the holidays, including theft of delivered packages from front porches.

Holiday Package Delivery Service
Residents can send packages to the Police Department by using the following shipping format for the ship-to address.  For ease of package identification, your name should appear as the first line in the address:

Your Name Here
c/o Amberley Village Police Dept.
7149 Ridge Road
Amberley Village, OH 45237

For questions about how you can take advantage of this secure delivery option this holiday season, call the Amberley Village Police Department at 531-2040.  Learn more in the brief video below: