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.

Resident Parking Permits

The city of Oakwood has an established Resident Parking Permit Policy.  This policy allows residents in designated areas to obtain a parking permit for their vehicles parked on the street.  Resident permit tags allow for exemption from posted two and four hour parking restrictions.  Permits are $5 each with a limit of two per address.

Designated areas eligible for permits include:

  • Acacia Drive
  • First block of Dellwood Avenue
  • E. Schantz Avenue
  • Mahrt Avenue
  • Orlando Terrace
  • Spirea Drive
  • Springgrove Avenue
  • Volusia Avenue

Oakwood residents who reside on Irving Avenue are eligible to obtain residential parking permits, however the posted time restrictions on Irving Avenue still apply.  The permit does not authorize parking on Irving Avenue that exceeds the posted time restrictions, as the street itself is in the city of Dayton.  The parking permit authorizes Irving Avenue residents to park on the west side of the first block between Irving Avenue and the alley on Glendora Avenue, Springgrove Avenue and Sorrento.

Additional permit requests must be submitted in writing to  the Public Safety Director for a case-by-case review.

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