The filing deadline for 2019 city of Oakwood income tax returns has been extended to July 15, 2020 for individuals and businesses.


The Foell Public Works Center at 210 Shafor Boulevard is open from 8 a.m. until 12 noon on the first Saturday of each month for Oakwood citizens to drop off refuse items. All residential debris is permitted, subject to the following conditions and restrictions:

  • Hazardous Wastes (e.g., paints, oils, fuels, pesticides, herbicides, batteries, etc.) are not permitted. Residents should deliver these items to the Montgomery County Transfer Station, or register for a pickup by the Oakwood Rotary Club  by calling (937) 296-5155.
  • Tires are not permitted. Tires can be taken to the Montgomery County Transfer Station.
  • Weekly Household Trash is not permitted. This must be collected as part of the city’s regular weekly refuse collection program.
  • Items containing Freon (e.g., air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers) will only be accepted if they include a tag certifying proper extraction of the Freon.
  • Grass Clippings are not permitted.
  • Water Heaters are permitted if they include a copy of the permit issued for installation of the new water heater.
  • Construction Debris (e.g., lumber, drywall, cabinetry, sinks, toilets, carpet) is permitted, but only for homeowner projects. Debris from contractor projects is not permitted.
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