Where necessary, the Public Works Department will place orange tags to communicate why your trash and/or recycling containers could not be collected. With our unique back-door collection service, we strive to provide you the service you expect, while keeping our workers safe. The orange tags will list the reason for non-collection such as: vehicle in driveway; … Continued
Dogs are required to be securely leashed and under the reasonable control of the owner, keeper or agent thereof whenever they are on public sidewalks, streets or any other public rights-of-way. Dogs must also be leashed and controlled in city natural areas such as Elizabeth Gardens and Houk Stream, and are prohibited altogether in the … Continued
The American Public Works Association recommended color code is used to mark the location of underground facilities, temporary survey markings, and site of intended excavation. When utility company representatives mark a location, they use colored flags and/or paint to identify the type of underground service. Ohio Universal Marking Standards
You must call 811 prior to beginning your project! Before you start digging, there are a few facts you should check to ensure all of your outdoor projects go smoothly and safely. Calling before you dig is important not only for safety reasons, but also because IT’S THE LAW! By law, homeowners should contact O.U.P.S. … Continued
To report a downed power line, or other emergency, leave the area immediately and call us from a safe location at 800-227-1376. CenterPoint Contact Information
To report a potential gas leak, leave the area immediately and call CenterPoint from a safe location at 800-227-1376. CenterPoint Contact Information
Yes! Our Welcome to Oakwood Video shows what a great place Oakwood is to live and visit!
Power outages should be reported through the AES Ohio website: https://myprofile.aes-ohio.com/WebOutage/Default.aspx?t=RO AES Ohio Power Outage Map Check AES Ohio Power Outage Status
Raising and keeping bees is not permitted in the city of Oakwood. Residents who maintain beehives on their property for any purpose are in violation of this ordinance. Violations should be reported to the Code Enforcement Officer by calling (937) 297-2920.
Yes, there are two drop boxes available for residents to submit payments, forms, employment applications, and other documents to the city. There is a drop box located just inside the city building’s front door, which is open 24 hours a day, and drops directly into the city administration offices. Don’t want to get out of … Continued