The Village of Mariemont is one of but a few planned communities in the United States, with a rich and unique history that is the the hallmark of the village. The first things visitors notice when arriving in Mariemont are its tree-lined streets, Tudor-style buildings, and historic charm.  Designated as a National Historic Landmark community in 2007, Mariemont will remind visitors of the quaint English garden neighborhood from which it was modeled.

MARIEMONT IN THE NEWS:

The Scenic Drive In Ohio That Runs Straight Through The Charming Small Town Of Mariemont

“A Brighter Sun: Mary Emery’s Planned Community” by K.M. Stammen, Echoes Magazine, pages 34-39

“Mariemont: A Timeless Exemplar of Town Planning” by Bruce Stephenson, Public Square: A CNU Journal

“Ohio town among Top 10 best places to raise a family in U.S.” by Zach Mentz, Cleveland.com

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Upcoming Events

Jul
24
Wed
Public Works Committee Meeting @ 2nd floor, Council Chambers of Municipal Building
Jul 24 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Jul
25
Thu
Mariemont Preservation Foundation Meeting @ Mariemont Preservation Foundation
Jul 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The public is always welcome, but Mariemont Preservation Foundation (MPF) would appreciate notice if anyone wants to attend, particularly if they want to address the Board of Trustees, so that it can be put on the Agenda. To contact MPF, please call 272-1166.

Jul
28
Sun
Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Dogwood Park
Jul 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Bells of Mariemont

The 2024 season’s Bell Tower carillon concerts will start on Memorial Day at 2:00 p.m. and follow every Sunday at 7pm through Labor Day in Dogwood Park on Pleasant Street.

Photo by Gavin Roe

A heartfelt thank-you to Lee Carter, President of the Thomas J. Emery Memorial — owner/operator of the bell tower, for all his time and effort in finding carillonneur Alan Bowman, pictured below, to present summer concerts on our carillon, a true Mariemont treasure.

You can read more about the carillon and Alan Bowman in the May 2024 edition of the Town Crier, pages 16-17.

 

2024 CARILLON SUMMER CONCERT SEASON:

  • Click on the date to view the program, if it is available.
  • Bookmark this page and check back for updated summer concert programs.

 

SUNDAYS, 7:00pm (unless otherwise noted): Recitalist:
May 27 — Memorial Day, Monday at 2pm Alan Bowman
June 2 Alan Bowman
June 9 Alan Bowman
June 16 Alan Bowman
June 23 Alan Bowman
June 30 Alan Bowman
July 4 — Independence Day, at dusk Alan Bowman
July 7 Alan Bowman
July 14 Alan Bowman
July 21 Wade FitzGerald
July 28 Alan Bowman
August 4 Alan Bowman
August 11 Kieran Cantilina
August 18 Alan Bowman
August 25 Alan Bowman
September 1 Alan Bowman
September 2 (time TBA) Alan Bowman

 

Jul
30
Tue
Finance Committee Meeting @ 2nd floor, Council Chambers of Municipal Building
Jul 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Aug
4
Sun
Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Dogwood Park
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Bells of Mariemont

The 2024 season’s Bell Tower carillon concerts will start on Memorial Day at 2:00 p.m. and follow every Sunday at 7pm through Labor Day in Dogwood Park on Pleasant Street.

Photo by Gavin Roe

A heartfelt thank-you to Lee Carter, President of the Thomas J. Emery Memorial — owner/operator of the bell tower, for all his time and effort in finding carillonneur Alan Bowman, pictured below, to present summer concerts on our carillon, a true Mariemont treasure.

You can read more about the carillon and Alan Bowman in the May 2024 edition of the Town Crier, pages 16-17.

 

2024 CARILLON SUMMER CONCERT SEASON:

  • Click on the date to view the program, if it is available.
  • Bookmark this page and check back for updated summer concert programs.

 

SUNDAYS, 7:00pm (unless otherwise noted): Recitalist:
May 27 — Memorial Day, Monday at 2pm Alan Bowman
June 2 Alan Bowman
June 9 Alan Bowman
June 16 Alan Bowman
June 23 Alan Bowman
June 30 Alan Bowman
July 4 — Independence Day, at dusk Alan Bowman
July 7 Alan Bowman
July 14 Alan Bowman
July 21 Wade FitzGerald
July 28 Alan Bowman
August 4 Alan Bowman
August 11 Kieran Cantilina
August 18 Alan Bowman
August 25 Alan Bowman
September 1 Alan Bowman
September 2 (time TBA) Alan Bowman

 

Aug
5
Mon
Limb Collection
Aug 5 all-day

The Village Service Department has a scheduled limb collection route to collect branches and large limbs. Limb collection will occur on the *FIRST Monday and Tuesday of each month and the THIRD Monday and Tuesday of each month depending upon your street name. Branches and trimmings should be stacked in manageable bundles not to exceed 8 ft. in length or 50 lbs (do not place in boxes or cans) and set at the curb, or adjacent to the street where there is no curb (NOT IN THE STREET) after 6:00 pm the day prior to scheduled day; however, items should be placed no later than 7:15 am the scheduled day to guarantee pick up.

Limbs and honeysuckle under 2″ in diameter and smaller than 4 ft. should be placed in brown paper lawn/leaf bags or a container clearly marked as “yard waste” for Rumpke. Residents are cautioned about leaving the limbs at the curb for several days or over the weekend.

Christmas tree disposal — Beginning January 3rd and continuing through February, Christmas trees left at the curb will be picked up by the Village and ground into mulch. Please remove plastic bags, stands, and ornaments. Wreaths and/or pine roping containing wire cannot be put through the chipper.  It is NOT considered brush.  Place wreaths and pine roping in your trash can. Refer to the limb collection schedule for pick-up days.

Click here to view the Village’s limb collection schedule by street.

 

*If a holiday occurs on one of the limb collection days, then the collection will fall to the following day.

If you have questions about TRASH, RECYCLING, YARD WASTE, or LARGE ITEM PICK-UP please call Rumpke at (513) 851-0122, ext. 8751.

 

Aug
6
Tue
Limb Collection
Aug 6 all-day

The Village Service Department has a scheduled limb collection route to collect branches and large limbs. Limb collection will occur on the *FIRST Monday and Tuesday of each month and the THIRD Monday and Tuesday of each month depending upon your street name. Branches and trimmings should be stacked in manageable bundles not to exceed 8 ft. in length or 50 lbs (do not place in boxes or cans) and set at the curb, or adjacent to the street where there is no curb (NOT IN THE STREET) after 6:00 pm the day prior to scheduled day; however, items should be placed no later than 7:15 am the scheduled day to guarantee pick up.

Limbs and honeysuckle under 2″ in diameter and smaller than 4 ft. should be placed in brown paper lawn/leaf bags or a container clearly marked as “yard waste” for Rumpke. Residents are cautioned about leaving the limbs at the curb for several days or over the weekend.

Christmas tree disposal — Beginning January 3rd and continuing through February, Christmas trees left at the curb will be picked up by the Village and ground into mulch. Please remove plastic bags, stands, and ornaments. Wreaths and/or pine roping containing wire cannot be put through the chipper.  It is NOT considered brush.  Place wreaths and pine roping in your trash can. Refer to the limb collection schedule for pick-up days.

Click here to view the Village’s limb collection schedule by street.

 

*If a holiday occurs on one of the limb collection days, then the collection will fall to the following day.

If you have questions about TRASH, RECYCLING, YARD WASTE, or LARGE ITEM PICK-UP please call Rumpke at (513) 851-0122, ext. 8751.

 

Aug
7
Wed
MAYOR’S COURT @ 2nd floor, Council Chambers of Municipal Building
Aug 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
NEW! Pay your citation online here: MARIEMONT MAYOR’S COURT

Mayor’s Court Payout Schedule: Click HERE to view the fines schedule.

The Mariemont Mayor’s Court is held on the second floor of the Municipal and Safety Building, 6907 Wooster Pike Mariemont, Ohio 45227.

If you have any questions regarding a citation you received please call the Mariemont Police Department at (513) 271-3246press option 1.

Fines assessed in Mayor’s Court may be paid to the Clerk of Court by cash or credit card the night of the court.  Please note: a convenience fee of 3.5% is added for credit card transactions.

Mariemont Municipal Offices
The court is presided over by the Honorable Rick Gibson and cases are tried by Prosecutor Edward McTigue. Both traffic and criminal cases are heard.  You have the right to an attorney in any proceeding before this court; however, you are not required to have an attorney to appear.

Court is held at 5:00 p.m.

See calendar for dates.

The Mariemont Mayor’s Court hears most of the Village’s misdemeanor and traffic cases, including first offenses of driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under suspension.

Aug
11
Sun
Carillon Summer Concert Series @ Dogwood Park
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Bells of Mariemont

The 2024 season’s Bell Tower carillon concerts will start on Memorial Day at 2:00 p.m. and follow every Sunday at 7pm through Labor Day in Dogwood Park on Pleasant Street.

Photo by Gavin Roe

A heartfelt thank-you to Lee Carter, President of the Thomas J. Emery Memorial — owner/operator of the bell tower, for all his time and effort in finding carillonneur Alan Bowman, pictured below, to present summer concerts on our carillon, a true Mariemont treasure.

You can read more about the carillon and Alan Bowman in the May 2024 edition of the Town Crier, pages 16-17.

 

2024 CARILLON SUMMER CONCERT SEASON:

  • Click on the date to view the program, if it is available.
  • Bookmark this page and check back for updated summer concert programs.

 

SUNDAYS, 7:00pm (unless otherwise noted): Recitalist:
May 27 — Memorial Day, Monday at 2pm Alan Bowman
June 2 Alan Bowman
June 9 Alan Bowman
June 16 Alan Bowman
June 23 Alan Bowman
June 30 Alan Bowman
July 4 — Independence Day, at dusk Alan Bowman
July 7 Alan Bowman
July 14 Alan Bowman
July 21 Wade FitzGerald
July 28 Alan Bowman
August 4 Alan Bowman
August 11 Kieran Cantilina
August 18 Alan Bowman
August 25 Alan Bowman
September 1 Alan Bowman
September 2 (time TBA) Alan Bowman