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Our Police Department has notaries however they will only notarize signatures related to police business.
Regulations regarding the parking and storage of Recreational Vehicles may be found here.
On July 16, 2019, Sharonville City Council enacted an ordinance to prohibit short term rentals (rentals of less than 30 days) of single-family homes, located in any single family zoning district.
View the legislation here.
View Hometown Guide Story here.
To obtain a City of Sharonville Building and/or Zoning Permit, complete the Application for Building/Electrical/Zoning Approval form. Please visit: Application for plan approval
Projects Requiring a Building and/or Zoning Permit include: • Above ground and in-ground swimming pools• Attached or detached garages• Building additions• Building remodeling• Carports• Decks/porches• Demolitions• Driveways (both a Zoning Permit and a Curb Cut/Driveway Apron Permit are required from the Public Works Department)• Electric• Fences• Gutters and downspouts• Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)• New residential construction• New roofs and re-roofs• Parking Lots• Portable Storage Units• Retaining walls• Sheds or other Accessory Structures• Window or Door replacements (if structural alterations are made increasing the size of the opening)
Building/Zoning Permit Fees (due once permit is ready for pick-up): Please refer to PDF of Fee Schedule
Submit the completed application, along with two (2) sets of construction plans/drawings required for your project to:
City of SharonvilleDepartment of Community Development10900 Reading RoadSharonville, Ohio 45241
Application(s) may also be emailed to email@example.com
Failure to obtain zoning approval and/or doing work without a building permit is not permitted. If you have any questions please call 513-563-0033.
Please fill out the online form with as much detail as possible.
Please contact the Community Development department at 513-563-0033 and the complaint will be taken and assigned. An inspector will contact the property owner to cut grass of over 8 inches. Report a concern
Questions regarding the Utility Aggregation Program may be directed to:
The Utilities Group
The Fire Department does provide and install free smoke detectors for Sharonville residents. The department no longer provides carbon monoxide detectors due to the loss of grant funding for that project.
No. The Sharonville Fire Department encourages those looking for this service to contact or visit Children's Hospital for guidance.
Sharonville businesses should send their Tier II reports to Sharonville Fire Department's Fire Marshal, Keith Becker, at Station 86 (11637 Chester Rd. Sharonville, Ohio 45246).
Visit hamiltoncountyr3sournce.org for a multitude of resources regarding disposal of household hazardous products. This will include registration information and the date of their annual drop off event. On the FAQs page there is additional information about storing hazardous product and materials as well as disposing of them year round.
When can Ohioans discharge fireworks?
Beginning July 2022, unless limited by local laws, Ohioans can discharge consumer fireworks on the following dates and times:
Where can fireworks be discharged? Consumers can discharge fireworks on their own property or on another person’s property if the owner of that property has given express permission for fireworks to be discharged.
Ohioans must discharge fireworks properly
Ohio Revised Code (R.C.) § 3743.45 (as effective July 1, 2022) and Ohio Fire Code (OFC) § 5626 (effective July 3, 2022) apply and can be read in their entirety via the links provided. Relevant OFC provisions outline how 1.4G consumer fireworks must be used and stored by consumers. Some provisions in the rules include:
Note: These separation distances – for both aerial and non-aerial devices – are increased for certain types of locations such as hospitals, schools, healthcare and residential facilities, apartment and multi-tenant buildings, military installations and railroads.
Where can Ohioans buy fireworks?
Only fireworks purchased in Ohio may be discharged in Ohio. Consumers may purchase fireworks from any of the licensed sales locations throughout the state. When purchasing fireworks, the retailer must provide consumers with safety glasses (for free or at a nominal charge) and with a safety pamphlet.
Can local officials stop Ohioans from discharging fireworks?
As part of the new law, any political subdivision may opt-out of allowing the ability to discharge within their limits so discuss with your local officials the best course of action for your jurisdiction.
The State Fire Marshal provides rules to the public related to the new fireworks law. For a complete look at the new fireworks rules, visit the Division website
Most positions within the city are filled through the Civil Service competitive process. Please check our website for openings.
Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC)
7162 Reading Road, Suite 606Cincinnati, Ohio 45237513-351-2541 (Voice/TTY)
Go to this page for more information: https://www.sharonville.org/507/Americans-with-Disabilities-Act
The City of Sharonville’s Energy Aggregation Programs
NATURAL GAS AGGREGATION PROGRAM
The City’s natural gas aggregation price is fixed at $0.549 cents per ccf through your meter read date in June 2024. If you are currently a member of the aggregation, the IGS logo and the fixed rate will be shown in the Gas Billing Details section on your Duke utility bill.
If you are not already a program participant, but want to join, call IGS Energy directly at 1-877-353-0162 or The Utilities Group at 513-481-7954 and request to enter the City of Sharonville’s Gas Aggregation Program. Have a copy of your Duke utility bill handy for required information. Also, if you are already being supplied by a non-Duke Energy vendor, contact them first to be sure you will incur no penalty or cancellation fees if you leave their supply.
ELECTRIC AGGREGATION PROGRAM
The City’s current electric aggregation program with Energy Harbor will conclude in December 2023. The carbon-free fixed rate, secured through its aggregation consultant, The Utilities Group, is $0.0472/kWh. To join the program now, please contact Energy Harbor directly at 1-866-636-3749 or The Utilities Group at 513-481-7954 and request to enter the City of Sharonville’s Electric Aggregation Program. Have a copy of your Duke utility bill handy for required information.
Letters detailing the City’s next electric aggregation program will be mailed to eligible residents and small businesses the week of November 6, 2023.
The City of Sharonville has selected IGS Energy to supply the community’s next Electric Aggregation program. Beginning January 2024 and continuing through May 2025, IGS Energy will be able to serve your home or business at a fixed rate of $0.0657 per kwh. Duke’s current rate and rate for at least the next 6 months is approximately 45% higher than this aggregation rate.
As always, the program is voluntary and there is nothing that you need to do to take advantage of the negotiated savings program. As a current resident in the City of Sharonville, you will be automatically enrolled in this program unless you decide to opt-out which you may do so at any time without penalty.
If you do not want to participate, you will have 21 days from mailing to opt-out by returning the form provided to IGS Energy or calling the company at the number provided.
Please read the letter carefully – which will contain both the City’s logo and IGS Energy’s logo – and make your choice.
INFORMATION FOR EITHER PROGRAM
· Located within Sharonville city limits.
· Not currently under an independent contract with another retail supplier.
· In good standing with Duke utility – not in arrears on payments.
· Not participating in Duke’s Percentage of Income Payment Program (PIPP).
If you join the City’s aggregation program, and want to remain in it, do not respond to any mailers, phone calls or door-to-door visits from other agencies regarding supply. Accepting another offer will terminate your participation in the program.
If a participant wishes to leave either of the City’s energy programs, please call the Supplier directly and ask to be returned to Duke utility. There is never a penalty or cancellation charge when returning from a Sharonville aggregation back to the utility.
Joining or leaving a program may take 30-60 days to affect your billing, depending on your meter read cycle.
No. Your continuance must be signed in person on or before the court date at the top center of the citation. You can receive one continuance, so if you have already had one then you will need to appear in court to request another.
Certain traffic violations and criminal offenses can be paid out and you do not have to appear in court, if the “Personal Appearance Required” box in the upper part of the citation is not marked “YES”. You can call the office to confirm if a payout or personal appearance is required. You can pay your citation in person, by mail, by phone or online by credit card (Visa/MasterCard/Discover/AMEX).
1. Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs2. Leaving the scene of an accident (hit-skip)3. No operator’s license: not licensed to drive: license expired OVER six (6) months.4. Driving under ANY suspensions5. Wrongful Entrustment (allowing a person under suspension to operate your motor vehicle.6. A third (3rd) moving violation within a one-year period.7. All First, Second, Third and Fourth Degree Misdemeanor charges.
The Police Department is located at 3639 E. Kemper Road. We are open 24/7. You can access the Police Department from the front of the building, through the door marked Police.
If you received a citation or charge to the Hamilton Co. Municipal Court, you must contact that court for further assistance. The court can be reached at:
The Mayor’s Court Clerks can be reached at (513)563-1146. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mayor's Court
We participate in the WebCheck program, which allows us to transmit fingerprints electronically to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) and to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), if needed. The cost for a BCI or FBI WebCheck is $45; the fee for both is $70.00. Our WebCheck hours are Thursdays, between 9 a.m. and noon.
We can do inked and rolled fingerprints for individuals who live or work in Sharonville.
Our officers work many different shifts and have rotating off days. Officers will not always be available to you on a given day. You can be confident that any Sharonville Police Officer will give you the best service possible, and will work diligently to handle your case in a professional and courteous manner.
You can visit our police lobby at 3639 E Kemper Rd Sharonville OH 45241, 24/7! We have a drop box for prescription pills in our lobby. We ONLY take pills- no needles or liquids. We ask that you place all of the pills into a sealed plastic bag (mixing different pills together is fine). We usually have a stock of plastic bags in our lobby. Properly disposing of unused medications helps to keep the community safe!
The freezing and thawing effects on weakened pavement can rapidly form potholes. Because temporary materials must be used during winter, patches may not last. IF YOU SEE A POT HOLE, PLEASE CALL AND TELL US WHERE IT IS or fill out the online
Fill out the online
Once each year Sharonville repairs sidewalks and curbs for safety or structural reasons only. If you feel your sidewalk or curb needs repair, call 563-1177 and request an inspection or fill out the online
If you need to dispose of a lot of rubbish or debris, a truck can be left in your driveway overnight. This service is offered from April through October. The truck will be brought to your home or business between 2:45 and 3:00 in the afternoon and is picked up the next business morning by 7:30 a.m. A release of liability must be signed by the property owner. The Truck Loan Program will cost the homeowner $50 a night and $60 for the weekend. The cost for businesses will be $90 for nights and weekends. Payment will be required before the truck can be delivered to the residence. Call 563-1177 beginning April 1st to schedule a truck. We will park trucks beginning the 3rd Monday in April, depending upon the weather.