There will be NO change to any normal trash pickup routes or bulk pickup the week of 5/27! 

4/22/24: Hayes Street Closure updates... For more information see our News post. We will continue to update this News post as we get new information.

FAQ Topic: Public safety

How do I get my child safety seat inspected?

The West Milton Police Division offers free child safety seat inspections by NHTSA certified inspectors. Inspections are performed by appointment, generally between 3 p.m. and 11 pm, but other times may be available if necessary. Helpful information during the inspections include topics such as safety seat recalls, proper installation, appropriate seats for a child’s age, … Continued

What do I do if I lost or found property?

The Police Division has recovered several lost or found items over time. Every effort is made to return these items to their rightful owners.  If you have any lost or stolen items, that you believe may have been recovered, please call (937) 698-2677 to set up an appointment to view recovered item(s) for identification.

I have raccoons, what should I do?

You may contact the Village office at (937) 698-1500 and we can send our street department out to see if they are able to trap the animal and remove it from the property.

How do I get in contact with the fire department?

The Fire department can be reached via telephone at the unmanned (937) 698-9633 or you can email the Fire Chief at jay@westmiltonohio.gov. Please note that our fire department is a volunteer department so there is no guarantee that someone will be available. You may also contact the non-emergency number at (937) 440-9911 to speak with … Continued

When is mosquito fogging?

The dates for 2022 mosquito fogging will be every other Monday starting May 16th and ending Sept. 19th. All fogging will take place after 10pm.

When is leaf pickup?

Leaf pickup for 2022 will take place from Oct. 18th thru Dec. 2nd. We ask that you please rake your leaves into the green space between the sidewalk and the street, or as close to the curb that you can if you do not have a sidewalk in front of your residence. Please do not … Continued

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