Marketing & Communication

The City of Dayton recognizes the value of citizen engagement; and that for true engagement to occur, residents and other shareholders must possess reliable information and have access to a variety of communication opportunities. 

The Marketing & Communications Department is the citizen, staff and media link to Dayton city government, enabling each to access information, understand local and regional issues and participate in ongoing, citywide dialogue designed to build consensus and encourage community support. During emergencies, the department keeps the community informed as situations unfold.

  1. Efforts to Bend the Curve Continue

    The City of Dayton, along with our neighboring cities and Liberty County are working together as we received new information in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  2. Dayton City Council Issues Declaration of Disaster Public Health Emergency

    The Dayton City Council issued a second Declaration of Disaster for Public Health Emergency in response to COVID-19. The declaration, which supersedes the one issued by the Mayor last Friday puts into place recommendations made today by the White House. Read on...
  3. Dayton Scout Troop to Retire Over 1000 Flags

    Dayton’s Boy Scout Troop 8, part of the Three Rivers Council 578, Trinity District, will ceremoniously retire over 1,000 on January 25, at 10 am. Read on...
  4. City Offices Closed for Thanksgiving

    City of Dayton offices, including the Community Center and the Jones Public Library, will close at noon on Wednesday, November 27. Read on...
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