Helping the community recover


Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.


BEAVERCREEK — Ten days after the outbreak of 15 tornadoes on Memorial Day, residents of Beavercreek and Beavercreek Township continue the clean up from the damage. While most power has been restored and all boil water advisories have been lifted, residents still face significant challenges.

Damaged homes and businesses continue to be assessed by local authorities and representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are assessing damage for possible federal assistance.

The Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce has set up a central website with helpful information for victims of the tornadoes. Visit www.beavercreekchamber.org.

Building damage assessment

The Greene County Dept of Building Regulation is currently involved in the Building Damage Assessment process in effort to expedite the repair and recovery efforts. A notice will be posted on each building that has been inspected. If a notice has not been posted, you may check with the Greene County Dept of Building Regulation to verify the buildings’ inspection status. Click here for the building damage assessment grading scale. You may call 937-562-7420 or email buildingregs@co.greene.oh.us for more information.

Yard debris pick up/drop off

City residents who are cleaning up can take yard debris free of charge, to the Greene County Environmental Services Recycling Complex at 2145 Greene Way Blvd., Xenia. The city will be collecting yard debris from the affected area in and around Kemp and Grange Hall Roads within the next few weeks, place debris just inside the curb, not in the street.

Water distribution sites

  • Be Hope Church: 1850 N Fairfield Rd. Beavercreek FREE, take what you need
  • Beavercreek Commerce Center Corner of Kemp and Grange Hall Rd. Beavercreek – FREE, take what you need
  • Vineyard Church Beavercreek Campus: 4051 Indian Ripple Road Beavercreek

Ice distribution sites

Sonic Drive In: 3970 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Beavercreek 45324 – FREE ice available from 8am to 8pm in June

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2019/06/web1_Along-Kemp.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2019/06/web1_DSC_0447.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2019/06/web1_DSC_0451.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2019/06/web1_DSC_0452.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.
https://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2019/06/web1_DSC_0456.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News While the cleanup continues along Kemp Road in Beavercreek, First Baptist Church of Kettering’s Sugarcreek campus has been collecting items for those affected by the Memorial Day tornado.

Reach Darrell Wacker at (937) 502-4527.

Reach Darrell Wacker at (937) 502-4527.