Downtown Bellbrook Walkable Community Workshop Report
The Greene County Regional Planning Commission has released the Downtown Bellbrook Walkable Community Workshop report.  The workshop was held on April 12 where the city hosted over 40 residents and community leaders.  The workshop was a combined effort between the Greene County Regional Planning Commission, the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, and the City of Bellbrook.

The discussion focused on exploring elements of the downtown area that we can build on to create a more pedestrian friendly, walkable environment.  Attendees worked in groups to facilitate discussion and toured various parts of downtown.

The results of the workshop and this report will be incorporated into the city's comprehensive plan update.  The comprehensive plan update will occur over the next year and the city will provide more information as the process proceedes.

View the Downtown Bellbrook Walkable Community Workshop Report

Resident Phone Survey
Beginning on May 15, 2017, the City of Bellbrook, will be conducting a phone survey of residents through an independent, professional research firm.  The honest observations, opinions, and perspectives of our community members are important to us as we make decision and plans for the future of our city, so we encourage you to please participate if you receive a call.

Municipal Code Online

The City of Bellbrook Municipal Code is now able to be viewed through an online service provided by MuniCode.  MuniCode provides easy access to the city's Municipal Code through it's indexing and search capabilities.

Current and recent legislation, minutes, and meeting agendas will continue to be posted on the Agendas, Minutes, Public Notices & Legislation page on our website.

Click here to view the Municipal Code online.