News and Communications

To inform, educate and alert residents and those working in our City, the City of Green's administration uses the following communications tools.

Website. This website has the latest information and details of events, projects and programs provided by the City. Some of the information found on the website includes:

    • Live webstreaming
    • Video archives
    • Calendar of events and activities
    • Latest news releases
    • Information about each department and services provided

Email Newsletter.Sign-up for the City's email newsletter.

Social Media. The City utilizes Facebook and Twitter to share up-to-date info with followers.

Facebook. The City has a Facebook page for the latest information, pictures of events and more. Like us at www.facebook.com/cityofgreenohio

Twitter. The City's Twitter handle is @cityofgreen

TEXT Messaging.  Sign up for news and emergency text alerts by texting GREENOH to 888-777.

Our Town Newsletter. Three times a year (February, May and September), the City publishes a newsletter sent to all residents and businesses in the City. If you would like to be added to the list, please email communications@cityofgreen.org.

City of Green Magazine.  The City of Green partners with Great Lakes Publishing to produce an annual City of Green Magazine, which is mailed to businesses and residences of Green in early July.  Additional copies are available at the Central Administration Building.  Click on the Magazine to view the issue.

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Cable Access Channel. The City and school district's government cable access channel is located on Time Warner Cable Channel 16. Public meetings, special events and a listing of upcoming events in the City are all available on this channel. For organizations located in Green, who wish to post information on the Cable Channel, please contact Molly Kapeluck, City Council Clerk, at 330-896-6604 or mkapeluck@cityofgreen.org.

City signs. Boettler Park and the John Torok Community/Senior Center park signs have LED reader boards, which provide information about upcoming events and activities.