City Of Harrison Launches A New Website To Better Serve Citizens

Friday, February 14th, 2020 10:23am

By City of Harrison, news release

This website will make it easier for citizens to access services and information from their desktop or mobile device.

(Harrison, Oh.) - The City of Harrison has refreshed its website to make it easier for citizens to access services and information from their desktop or mobile device.

“Communicating with residents is our primary goal,” said City of Harrison Mayor William Neyer. “The site is also a window for the world to see why Harrison is a great place to live and do business.”

Site features include:


  • Visitors can easily find senior activities, City meetings, or community events. 


  • This feature enables citizens to subscribe to email and/or text messages when the City posts calendar items, news, jobs, bid requests, or alerts.

Report a Concern

  • Citizens can report potholes, graffiti and other concerns, and receive status updates.

News & Announcements

  • The City will use the new site as an information hub for residents or anyone interested in what’s happening in Harrison.

Resources & Guides

  • This section provides information about water quality, moving to Harrison and more.

The City’s website is hosted through CivicPlus, which works with 3,500 local governments throughout the U.S. This offers many built-in tools for civic engagement as well as the highest data security standards and 24/7/365 emergency support.

More from Local News


UPDATE: S.R. 350 Bridge Is Open

Who is ready to use the bridge?!

Higher Learning Commission Extends Deadline For Dual Credit Instructors

The HLC Board of Trustees voted this week to extend the deadline by one year.

S.R. 250 To Close West Of Patriot For Slide Repair In Switzerland County

This closure will last between two to three weeks.

Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Widens Regional Care Capabilities

Beacon Ortho & Sports Medicine adds four locations and seven physicians to network in Greater Cincinnati.

Beacon Ortho: Don’t Let Osteoarthritis Bring You To Your Knees

Many patients endure months to years with symptoms before seeing a healthcare professional and that may be unnecessary.

Indiana, Ohio On Track To Start Fall Sports On Time; KY Pushes Back Start Date

The IHSAA, OHSAA and KHSAA all provided updates this week.

On Air

Bubba Bo playing
Jake Owen - The One That Got Away

Keith Urban Blue Ain't Your Color 23:39
Restless Heart Bluest Eyes In Texas 23:34
Runaway June Buy My Own Drinks 23:31
Randy Houser Goodnight Kiss 23:27