FAQ Topic: City Information
Yes! We have an assortment of items available. Visit our Oakwood Items for Purchase for additional information.
Yes! Each fall in September or October, the City works with a reputable company to provide document destruction services as a free service to Oakwood citizens. Besides paper products, the document destruction company has the capability to destroy microfilm, microfiche, CD Rom diskettes and other material of a secure or confidential nature. All material will … Continued
You can register to vote at any of the following locations: At the Montgomery County Board of Elections or the Secretary of State’s office. At any Branch Registration Agency. At any public high school or vocational school. At any office of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. At any office of designated agencies which provide … Continued
To determine your polling location you may use the Montgomery County Board of Elections online polling locator or call their offices at 1-937-225-5656.
The official city of Oakwood Facebook page is The City of Oakwood Ohio.
The city of Oakwood uses a system called CodeRED to notify our residents and those who work in Oakwood of emergency incidents and critical community alerts. The CodeRED telephone database automatically contains all landlines, but only includes cell phone numbers if they are specifically added to the database. To add your cell phone number, please … Continued
The city of Oakwood uses several methods to communicate information to citizens, businesses and institutions. The method or methods are chosen based on the nature and urgency of the information being distributed. In some cases, the city will use multiple methods. There are two methods that require registration by the recipient. These are CodeRED and … Continued
The goal of the ACORN program is to provide peace of mind through proactive community outreach, implementing safety plans, and advocating for the well-being of Oakwood’s senior and at-risk population. Additionally, the program is designed to assist residents in times of emergency, and connect participants to existing services when needed. Please contact the Public Safety … Continued
The Oakwood Scene newsletter is mailed to every Oakwood property. If you did not receive a copy and would like one, you can visit the Oakwood City Building reception desk to pick one up. You may also call the City Manager’s Office at (937) 298-0600 and we would be happy to mail one to you. The … Continued