Recent News

UPDATED: Duke Pipeline Project

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Blue Ash residents should be aware that Duke Energy is proposing a natural gas pipeline project from the Mason area to the Norwood area. The project is called the Central Corridor Gas Pipeline Extension Project and has the potential to be located in Blue Ash. Duke Energy, as well as the Ohio Power Siting Board and the Ohio Public Utilities Commission are the organizations which have oversight in this project. The City of Blue Ash, as a municipal government, does not play a role in the decision of the placement of the pipeline.

See Mayor Czerwonka's letter to the PUCO here.

For a letter from the City regarding the project, click here. To view Duke Energy's webpage about this project, click here. To express support or opposition, fill out this form. To sign up to receive regular updates from the Ohio Public Utilities Commission, visit this website. To see the proposed routes for the pipeline, see this map

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Memorial Day 2016

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The City of Blue Ash will host its annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony on Monday, May 30, 2016. The event is also sponsored by the Blue Ash Civic League.

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Blue Ash Farmers' Market

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The Farmers' Market offers sustainably grown foods and goods for sale from local vendors. Visit the market rain or shine at Summit Park on Wednesdays between May 18-October 12 from 3:30-7:00 PM.

The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi

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Rudyard Kipling’s beloved classic comes alive in this fun, free-flowing adaptation. The bossy bird Darzee is furious when Rikki Tikki Tavi arrives unannounced. With the dimwitted muskrat Chuchu, Darzee pulls out all of the stops to convince the pesky young mongoose to leave. That is until they see that the tyrannical cobra Nag runs in fear of Rikki Tikki Tavi. Ultimately, the three learn to band together to save their home in this delightful comedy about sharing and cooperation.


Saturday, April 23. 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM)
Blue Ash Recreation Center
Fee: Free and open to the public