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It's easy! Submit your question online and a member of our team will contact you within one business day. If this is an emergency situation, however, you can reach us at 937.440.6068 or contact your supervisor.
Please complete the Employee Information Change form and return it to Human Resources.
HSA contributions can be changed on a quarterly basis. To change your contribution, email Amy Saltis and be sure to include your full name as it appears on your payroll check, your current contribution, your new contribution, and which quarter you wish to make this change effective.
If a spouse has coverage available to them through an employer they are not eligible to be covered by Miami County's plan. However, if at any point during the year your spouse loses their insurance coverage, they have 30 days from the effective date (the date their coverage ends) to join our plan. Please call a member of our HR team at 937.440.6068 and we will be happy to assist you.
You can request a new insurance card from UMR on their website. You can also view your card online in case you need it immediately.
To be eligible to serve in Miami County, you must reside in Miami County. If you have moved from Miami County, please fill out the appropriate section of your jury summons. Once you have filled it out, mail the entire summons back to the Jury Commission. In the meantime, you may want to contact the Board of Elections to make sure they know that you have moved outside the county. Otherwise, you could continue to be called for service.
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The Court facilitates a Traffic Safety Class that will allow for a dismissal of your traffic offense when completed. For eligibility and program description, see "Traffic Safety Program" on the Court's home page.
The Operations & Facilities Department is located in the historic Power Plant at 209 W. Water Street in Troy, Ohio.
2. An attorney-in-fact, agent, or other representative of the person who is the subject of the discharge, if authorized to inspect or copy the record of discharge by that person in a power of attorney or other document; 3. A person authorized, for good cause shown, by a court of record to inspect or copy the record of discharge; 4. If the person who is the subject of the record of discharge is deceased, the executor, administrator, or an heir, legatee, or devisee, of the person’s estate or a funeral director who is to perform the funeral of the deceased person.
1.Via Mail: Mail a check or money order to Sanitary Engineering, 2200 N. County Rd. 25-A, Troy, Ohio 45373
2.In Person: Payments can be paid to the Sanitary Engineering office by cash, check or credit card during office hours (8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday)
3.Via Deposit Box: There is a deposit box available at the Sanitary Engineering office during facility open hours (6 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday) or at the Miami County Safety Building, 201 W. Main Street in Troy (Next to the Courthouse) anytime day or night
4. AutoPay (ACH): The Sanitary Engineering Department now offers AutoPay (ACH) for water and sewer customers. A customer's water and/or sewer bill will be automatically deducted from a checking or savings account every month. To enroll, complete the ACH form located under the Customer Service tab, or on the back of your bill, and submit with a voided check. Often times, it takes a month or so to begin, so please check with our office regarding current bills.
5. Online Payment System: Our Water and/or Sewer customers will need to “Register New Account” using account numbers shown on the billing statement with asterisks (*). Will also need to enter street address as shown on the billing statement using ALL capital letters, but no city, state or zip code info is needed.
Note: There is a convenience fee that is applied when paying through Point & Pay that is paid to them, NOT to Sanitary Engineering.
If you have problems signing up on the system, please call the office at 937-440-5653, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Anyone is eligible to ride regardless of age or ability. The hours of operation for transportation are as follows:
Monday - Friday 5:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
We ask that you schedule your trip at least 24 hours in advance. Same day requests are not guaranteed. Trips can be scheduled up to 7 days in advance. The pick-up and drop-off times may be up to 15 minutes earlier or later than your scheduled pick-up time to accommodate other riders. It is up to you to be watching for the bus. Trips should be scheduled one hour prior to the desired time of arrival. Exact fare is needed when boarding the bus.
Your name, home address, mailing address, phone number, emergency contact, date of birth, and any special needs.
All of our buses have lifts.
We offer two cards that have no cost to apply for. Both do require an application to be filled out and signed with proof needed (specified on the application).
Our Blue Card Application is for anyone 65 years of age or older or with a documented permanent disability.
The Title XX Application is based on income. Anyone regardless of age is eligible to apply. Income level must be at or below 150% Federal Poverty Guidelines. MCPT will determine eligibility following JFS criteria. Acceptable documentation for proof of income includes the following:
No pets are allowed to ride in Transit vehicles. Service animals are allowed to ride.
Yes, children under the age of 7 ride free when accompanied by an adult. You must provide your own car seat if needed.
If you need assistance to/from the door in order to board the bus, please fill out a door-to-door request form. Please remember to tell the scheduler that you will require assistance with boarding.
Safety is our number one priority. During inclement weather, Miami County Transit reserves the right to deny door-door assistance requests, should there be a potential safety hazard to the passenger or driver.
Passenger aides must be pre-approved by the Transportation Manager with written notice from the doctor on prescription pad or office letterhead. Upon approval, the aide is able to ride for free. Otherwise, their fare would be $4.00 one way for a trip within Miami County.
Carry on items are permitted, provided they do not exceed what you can comfortably carry in one trip. All passengers are permitted to carry personal items on the buses. In addition, all carry on items must be secured in a tote bag or other means of control. No loose items that may become a hazard in the event of a sudden stop, will be permitted. No open containers of drinks, food, or other liquids that can spill are permitted.
Bags are available on all buses for $1.00 each.
Passengers that are 14 years or older may ride the bus without an parent or adult.
Our scheduler will work hard to schedule your trip at your requested time, but service is very limited and there are certain times of the day when there are no openings. Our service is first come/first serve and scheduled if space is available. We suggest that you schedule your trips as early as possible to reserve the time you need.
No. You will need to schedule a pick up and return trip when you call. You trip is completed when you leave the bus at any destination. On most days the driver has other trips scheduled and cannot wait.
Our service is a public transportation shared ride program. The driver may have other riders that are scheduled to be picked up and dropped off during your trip. Keep this in mind when scheduling your trip and give yourself extra time to get to your destination.
Yes, all of our vehicles are accessible to mobility devices. Our drivers are trained to assist passengers in loading, unloading, and securing mobility devices.
If you leave anything on the vehicle, call our office at (937) 335-7433. We will make every effort to locate and return lost items to our customers. Please understand that Miami County Public Transit is not responsible for items left on the vehicle.
Yes, we do have buses equipped with bike racks. Please let the scheduler know this information when you scheduled the ride.
If you are interested in becoming a part of the team that provides Miami County Public Transit service, please contact the Safety Manager at (937)335-7433. If openings are available, you can apply here. ALL applications must be submitted online.
Due Dates are printed on your statement. Due date postmarked envelopes are accepted as on time payment. Please disregard any bills wrongfully sent to you.
REAL ESTATE TAX
1st Half due February 14
2nd Half due July 20
Mobile Home Tax
1st Half due March 1
2nd Half due August 1
We have this available to help you get caught up on past due taxes. Please call the office for further details.
For ten days after the due date a 5% penalty is applied. After that, a 10% penalty is added on all unpaid current tax and remains the same until the second half statement is mailed. At which time it is included on the bill, if not paid before.
You may qualify is you are age 65 or older, or permanently disabled, and live in your own residence. For further information, call the Miami County Auditor at 937-440-5925.
Call the Miami County Auditor at 937-440-5925.
All owner occupied residences qualify for reduction. Call the Miami County Auditor for the form at 937-440-5925.
This is by section 5721.32 of the Ohio Revised Code. All Ohio counties can now do a tax lien sale.
There are two options for getting discharge paperwork. First, you may call our office to schedule an appointment and we can go through the process, or you may go to https://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records and submit your own request either by mail or fax. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office.
Miami County Veterans' Services is located on the ground level of the Hobart Center for County Government. The facility sits between the Troy-Miami County Public Library and the new Kettering Health Network.
b. Have a suspended commitment to the Ohio Department of Youth Services