News & Events

May 9, 2022

April drier than average

April brought an average of 3.22 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed . . . (read more)


May 2, 2022

MCD is hiring!

MCD is seeking to hire two civil engineers and a finance assistant . . . (read more)



April 12, 2022

2022’s first quarter is damp

March delivered an average of 3.88 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed . . . (read more)


March 31, 2022

Board of Directors Hold Special Meeting

The Board of Directors of The Miami Conservancy District will hold a special meeting by teleconference on April 4, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. . . . (read more)


March 18, 2022

Directors to Meet

The Board of Directors of The Miami Conservancy District and its Subdistricts will hold a special meeting . . . (read more)


March 9, 2022

Heavy rain in February

February brought an average of 5.58 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed ― 3.19 inches above the 30-year average. . . (read more)


March 2, 2022

Board to Meet March 10

The Board of Directors of The Miami Conservancy District and its Subdistricts will hold its regular meeting on March 10, 2022 . . . (read more)


February 23, 2022

MCD preventing floods twice in a week

For the second time in seven days, MCD’s flood control system is preventing floods in cities along the Great Miami River. . . (read more)


February 10, 2022

January’s precipitation lower

January brought an average of 2.14 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed . . . (read more)


February 8, 2022

The Year 2021: Redefining “Normal”

At MCD, we track water movement into and out of the Great Miami River Watershed over long periods of time, spanning decades. . . . (read more)


February 7, 2022

MCD’s Board of Directors to meet

The Board of Directors of The Miami Conservancy District and its Subdistricts will hold a special meeting on February 10, 2022 . . . (read more)


January 27, 2022

Greene County Test Your Well & Soil March 8

Greene County well owners — and other county residents interested in their soil health — can register today for the March 8 Test Your Well & Soil event. . . (read more)


January 24, 2022

This year marks 100 years of flood protection by MCD

While there is a persistent fear of flooding in cities around the world, people and businesses along the Great Miami River go confidently about their lives hardly giving flooding a thought. . . (read more)


January 21, 2022

Rainy month closed a rainy 2021

December delivered an average of 4.68 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed ― 1.57 inches above the monthly average . . . (read more)