News & Events

July 29, 2021

Test Your Well event Aug. 14

What’s in your water? Butler and Preble County residents can find out at an upcoming Test Your Well event. This one will be a bit different from those in the…(read more)

July 20, 2021

MCD seeking General Manager

The Miami Conservancy District is seeking a new general manager to succeed Janet Bly who has announced her intention to retire after serving the organization for 27 years…(read more)

July 9, 2021

June rainfall above average

The Great Miami River Watershed averaged just over 5 inches of rain in June, approximately a half inch…(read more)

July 8, 2021

MCD seeking RFQ
for levee and trail project

The Miami Conservancy District (MCD) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from civil engineering consulting firms to perform survey, design services, bid/award technical support, and…(read more)

July 1, 2021

Severe drought in the western US–what about local water levels?

The drought headlines coming out of the western US are sobering. “Western US may be entering its most severe drought in modern history,” “Potentially the worst drought in 1,200 years.” But what about locally? How stable are our water levels? (read more)

June 30, 2021

MCD seeking competitive quotes

The Miami Conservancy District (MCD) is seeking competitive quotes for office furnishings including–but not limited to–desks, chairs, tables, and file storage for its Dayton Service Facility…(read more)

June 16, 2021

Board of Directors to meet June 24

The Board of Directors of The Miami Conservancy District and its Subdistricts will hold its regular meeting on June 24, at 10:30 a.m. at the…(read more)

June 11, 2021

May precip below average

May delivered an average of 4.20 inches of rainfall to the Miami Valley which is 0.28 inches…(read more)

June 1, 2021

Get Wet…Get Dirty…Get Involved

We all want clean and healthy rivers. How about helping to keep them that way? Join in the Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River! You never know what you’ll find…(read more)

May 10, 2021

April precipitation below average

April delivered an average of 2.73 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed. That a little more than…(read more)