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Nominate your neighbors (or yourself) for the great work they have done on maintaining or improving their property! Let’s celebrate the beauty in our Village!
Two awards will be given in each round, one on the East side of the Village and one on the West side. Winners will have a yard sign placed in their yard, letting everyone know of their Award-Winning status! In addition, winners will receive their choice of prize (pool passes, gift card, etc.) from the Village offices.
Nominations should include:
Photos of the property in question
50 word (minimum) description of how this individual/family has helped to keep their Village beautiful!
Beautification Award Schedule:
Round 1 Nominations due June 21st
Round 1 Winners announced June 28th
Round 2 Nominations due August 23rd
Round 2 Winners announced August 30th
Round 3 Nominations due October 18th
Round 3 Winners announced October 25th
Streets and boulevards all over the world are lined with London Plane trees, and now Winton Road - as it passes through our Village Center, is one of them!
The Village’s Comprehensive Plan called for the Winton Road corridor to have a distinctive look – a stretch of road with a treatment that sets it apart, creating a sense of place so you know you have arrived in the heart of Greenhills. That has now come to fruition when, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, twenty-five gorgeous London Plane trees were planted in the new Winton Road median.
Another program year for the Home Improvement Repair grant program is underway! To be eligible, you must own your home, meet certain income criteria, and could not have previously received a grant through this program. The amount of each grant is based on income and family size. The grant can be used for exterior improvements such as painting, siding, gutters, roofs, doors, windows, steps, railings, sidewalks and driveways.
f you qualify, this program can provide up to $2,000 for those repairs that do not need to be concerned with historic compliance and up to $5,000 if the proposed work is within the National Historic Landmark district and involves historic restorations or renovations that meet historic guidelines - as determined by the age of your home and the extent to which the proposed improvement matches original features of the structure.
Program guidelines and the application are available by CLICKING HERE.
Greenhills has the rare designation as a National Historic Landmark. The most effective way to preserve the character of historic Greenhills is through the designation of a local historic district.
In follow-up to meetings that were held with property owners within the potential boundaries of a local historic district, the design guidelines were revised on key items -- such as windows -- to
make them more practical and affordable.
To review the updated guidelines you can upload them here.
The boundaries that are proposed for the local historic district can be viewed by clicking here.
The Greenhills Code of Ordinances requires that peddlers and solicitors be registered before undertaking any peddling or soliciting in the Village. As a service to our residents, we will post the vendors who have obtained the appropriate registration with the Village.
The Village is not endorsing any services or products with this registration. The purpose is to inform the public as to who has registered to do peddling or soliciting in the Village.