Keeping the Promise since 1915

The Miami Conservancy District protects communities in southwest Ohio from flooding, preserves water through stewardship, and promotes the enjoyment of our waterways.
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THE DEED

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THINGS YOU CAN DO AT HOME
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RECREATION

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What Is Happening

News & Public Notices

A Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Miami Conservancy District will be held at 1:00 p.m. on May 24, 2024 at the Miamisburg Civic Center, 10 North 1st Street, Miamisburg, Ohio. The purp ...

Miami Conservancy District
Posted on May 17, 2024
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New FLOOD HISTORY ART EXHIBIT! From now until August 10 you can view the “Flood of Memories BLENDED Art Exhibit at the Contemporary Dayton art gallery to see never before seen images of the flood bl ...

Miami Conservancy District
Posted on May 15, 2024
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StreetSpark announces 2024 design (re-posted from the Fitton Center) Hamilton, Ohio – We already knew it was going to be enormous. Now we know exactly what ...

Miami Conservancy District
Posted on May 13, 2024
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Greenville, Ohio, May 9, 2024 – The Miami Conservancy District (MCD), in partnership with the Darke County Commissioners, is spearheading a comprehensive initiative to study water resources in Darke ...

Miami Conservancy District
Posted on May 09, 2024
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April delivered an average of 5.82 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed — that is 1.55 inches above the monthly average. Floodwaters were stored by the flood protection system ...

Miami Conservancy District
Posted on May 09, 2024
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THE GREAT MIAMI RIVERWAY

More than just a river

The Great Miami Riverway is a program of the Miami Conservancy District, convened with local communities, to support and encourage people to live, work, and play safely along the Great Miami River.

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MIAMI CONSERVANCY DISTRICT

Who we are

Miami Conservancy District is a pioneering organization at the forefront of flood protection, water stewardship, and recreation since 1915.

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