Fairfield restarts its home improvement contest

Entries are accepted until 4:30 p.m. Oct. 8, and winners will be announced in the fall. Each category winner will receive $500, and each category second-place winner will receive $200.

Households can enter the two categories ― best interior improvement project and best exterior/landscaping project ― but can only win one of the two categories.

Other rules include winning projects must have obtained all needed permits and inspections; have started the projects by Jan. 1, 2020, and finished by the time of submission, and include a before and after picture.

“The city wanted to recognize and celebrate those who have invested their time and money in our community,” he said. “Improvements to their individual homes contribute to the overall health and vitality of property values throughout the city.”

For questions, call 513-896-8169 or email [email protected]

FAIRFIELD HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTEST RULES

  • City residents only
  • While households can enter the two categories, households may only win one category. Categories are: Best interior improvement project and Best exterior/landscaping project
  • Winning projects must have obtained all necessary permits and inspections to be considered
  • Home improvements must have been started after Jan. 1, 2020, and be completed by the time of submission.
  • Must include at least one before and one after picture
  • Entries are accepted until 4:30 p.m. Oct. 8, and winners will be announced in the fall. Each category winner will receive $500, and each category second-place winner will receive $200.

On Sunday, August 29th, Chief Steve Vanover suffered a serious medical event at his home. He was rushed to Bethesda...

Posted by Sharonville Police Department on Monday, September 6, 2021

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