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Temporary No Parking Signs may be issued by the Oakwood Public Safety Department for the purpose of reserving on-street parking spaces, when off-street parking or loading spaces are not large enough. Access Temporary No Parking Signs for additional information, and/or to request "no parking" signs.

Temporary No Parking Signs may be issued by the Oakwood Public Safety Department for the purpose of reserving on-street parking spaces, when off-street parking or loading spaces are not large enough. Temporary No Parking Signs may be requested for activities involving moving, construction, special events, or large deliveries. To request “No Parking” signs, complete and...

The Oakwood Public Safety Department makes every effort to return lost pets to their owners. We check each animal for pet licenses, identification tags, and microchips. We have a microchip scanner onsite to help get our furry friends back home. Animals are placed in a kennel behind the City Building/Public Safety Building at 30 Park...

The city of Oakwood seeks Teen Monitors to help run events and dances at the Oakwood Community Center from August until May. Interested applicants must be 16 years of age and able to work at least half of the events listed below. To apply for the position, submit an application to personnel@oakwood.oh.us.   August: Event...

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....

Every year in March, the City hosts a New Resident Breakfast event.  New residents are invited to enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast served by Oakwood City Council and City Staff.  We encourage you to attend this great event so you can meet us, and we can meet you! Be on the lookout for your invite!...

Our Oakwood Community Center maintains an e-mail distribution list that contains about 2,000 addresses. We use this list to regularly send notices about events, programs and activities organized and operated through the Oakwood Community Center, but from time to time we also use it to send notices regarding other matters. Please complete this form to...

The Oakwood Public Safety Department is excited to announce that we are accepting applications for our Citizen Police Academy (CPA), September 11, 2019 through November 13, 2019. The CPA will consist of a ten-week curriculum educating the participants about the functions of the Oakwood Public Safety Department. Classes will be held from 6:30 p.m. to...

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Block parties requiring the closing of a street will not be permitted unless a petition has been submitted to the City of Oakwood and approval has been given by the City for such closing. A petition bearing the signature of each property owner or tenant with his address, residing within the block to be barricaded,...

Residents frequently have questions about who owns a given tree, who has the rights and responsibilities to maintain or remove trees, and who is potentially liable for trees that may cause or have caused injury or damage. The City of Oakwood realizes that these become more difficult questions when it is uncertain if a tree...

Oakwood operates its own water and sewer utilities and produces almost all of its own water. The City maintains its own sanitary and stormwater sewer lines, but contracts with both Dayton and Montgomery County for sewage treatment. New residents may call (937) 298-0400 or visit the Oakwood City Building at 30 Park Avenue to register...

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