TRICK OR TREAT:  Camden's Beggar's Night is Saturday, Oct 31st from 6:00-9:00 pm


PAVING IN PROGRESS:  Please be aware that new blacktop paving has begun on N. Main Street (from Camden Road to Rt. 127) and various other streets throughout town. You should expect temporary closures, flagmen and delays until project is complete.


COMPLETE YOUR U.S. CENSUS:   The U.S. Constitution mandates a count of the U.S. population every 10 years. Information gathered from the Census aids in determining federal funding, determines an area's number of state and federal representatives, and more. Please complete your Census!



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Coronavirus-COVID 19 – Important Updates


The TOWN HALL  AND  VILLAGE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES are open for business during their normal, posted hours.  The state is recommending that citizens wear a mask in public building and anytime you cannot maintain 6 foot distancing.

Camden businesses and restaurants are following the direction and requirements set forth by the State of Ohio as they release dates for opening up our economy. Links to the state guidelines are provided below.


The Preble Shawnee Board has released/posted their PREBLE SHAWNEE RETURN TO SCHOOL PLAN, along with a very detailed Essential Questions and answers, and a link to their First Semester Learning Option Survey for parents to complete.

In addition, they have posted information about the county’s Back to School Supplies and Shoe Give Away program for families that may need assistance.


Below are regular updates and information about closures, restrictions as they pertain to the Camden area, Preble County and State of Ohio. Please also continue to seek information about state and national updates from your local and national news sources.

Updates (as of 10:00 AM 9/18/20)

According to the Preble County Public Health office, Preble County has had as many as 411 confirmed and probable cases –  330 are now listed as recovered. Because Preble County’s case numbers and percentages have lowered, the County was reduced to a code yellow health status (from “red”) on the state’s new Ohio Public Health Advisory System. Neighboring Butler and Montgomery Counties are still listed as “red.” Please check the link for information and restrictions regarding masking, holding events, distancing etc. required for each “level” and county.

The daily updated information for Ohio, lists 141,585 confirmed and probable cases of the virus in the state of Ohio, and lists as many as 4,282 virus-related deaths. Please take every precaution to stay safe.

State of Ohio Updates:
Governor DeWine has mandated the wearing of face masks in some areas of the state for everyone over the age of 10 in public places and buildings, and any place where citizens are unable to maintain 6 foot social distancing. You can read the details, information for businesses, and the list of exceptions here.


As Ohio continues reopening measures continue, placing restrictions on some parts of state or restrictions on events (based on the number of cases), you can find that information and details about Governor DeWine’s “Responsible Restart Ohio” plan and timeline here.  Please check that site for the most recent updates.

Upcoming Events

6:30 pm Lions Club Meeting @ Edward Jones Bldg 2nd Floor
Lions Club Meeting @ Edward Jones Bldg 2nd Floor
Oct 5 @ 6:30 pm
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11:00 am OVKA Charity Race @ G & J Kartway
OVKA Charity Race @ G & J Kartway
Oct 11 @ 11:00 am
OVKA Charity Race @ G & J Kartway
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