TRASH DELAY:  Trash pickup for all routes the week of January 17 will be one day later than usual.  Monday’s route will be picked up Tuesday; Tuesday’s route will be picked up Wednesday; Wednesday’s route will be picked up Thursday; and Thursday’s route will be picked up Friday.

Oakwood Public Safety Officer Overcomes COVID-19

Posted on September 22, 2020


Oakwood Public Safety Officer (PSO) Steve Norris was one of the first two people in the Dayton area to donate plasma after testing positive for COVID-19 in March 2020.  Plasma from recovered patients has virus-fighting antibodies, which can be used to help people battling symptoms of COVID-19.

PSO Norris is a certified Police Officer, Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, and has served as an Oakwood PSO since 2011. The City is very thankful that PSO Norris was able to overcome COVID-19, and for his continued service to the Oakwood community and beyond.–donates-plasma-to-save-others

Spectrum News 1 is a Columbus-based cable news station operated by Charter Communications, and they have graciously given us permission to link the video on our city website.

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