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Beginning January 1, 2023, the city of Oakwood will charge a $150 fee per occurrence to property owners who place yard debris in the street in violation of Oakwood Codified Ordinance 901.01(A)(3). This is an administrative fee for improper debris handling, to recover the costs associated with diverting Public Works resources from regular work to...

The Oakwood Public Safety Department is reminding residents of the rules for safe operation of electric scooters on public streets and sidewalks. They are legal on both streets and sidewalks, but different rules apply. When used on sidewalks, electric scooters are subject to the same requirements that apply to bicycles. This means that scooter operators...

On July 18, 2022, city council approved an amendment to Chapter 551, Weeds, of the Oakwood General Offenses code renaming it to “Landscape Management” and incorporating new provisions to authorize the establishment of managed natural landscape areas on private property within the city.  The purpose of the amendment was to encourage the use of native...

Santa reached out to the Oakwood Public Safety Department and has requested assistance from the Safety Department on Monday, December 19.  Santa is looking to finalize his route plans for Christmas Eve and his reindeer are unavailable.  Therefore, Santa will be riding aboard Fire Engine #27, and will be escorted by a police car through...

The Oakwood Public Safety Department is continuing to investigate a significant increase in car thefts.  Since September 28, 2022, the Safety Department has taken 11 stolen vehicle reports.  In comparison, the Safety Department responded to and took two stolen vehicle reports for all of 2021. In each of the recently reported incidents, the vehicle was...

At the November 7, 2022 public meeting, Oakwood City Council addressed the 2004 Oakwood Comprehensive Plan  and adopted a resolution. The resolution accepted a document summarizing achievements towards the Goals and Objectives of the Plan, and ratified and recognized that the 2004 Plan remains valid as the city’s official policy guide for physical development addressing the...

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