The Police Department provides a free vacation watch program for residents. An officer will periodically check the exterior of your home while you're gone. Register below.
Accident reports are available online for dates after January 1, 2015.
Copies of accident and offense reports are available upon request. We ask that you provide as much information as possible so we can quickly process your request (date, time, repo...
Reflective house number signs can be purchased through the Village for $25. These signs help visitors and emergency services locate your house. Click to see samples and order.
The Ottawa Hills Police Department maintains an ongoing eligibility list for the position of full-time police officer. Click below for more information.
To register, click for a form, stop by the police department, or call 419-531-4211 to have an officer stop by. Info needed: bike brand, size, color, and serial number.
Traffic and Criminal citations may be paid be clicking the link below to the Toledo Municipal Court.
Parking tickets are paid through ParkSmart.
No soliciting signs are available to residents at no cost. By ordinance, signs are required to prohibit solicitors at your home. An officer will deliver the sign to you.
The Lucas County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with local schools and law enforcement, has established an anti-bullying hotline.
The Ottawa Hills Police Department is led by Police Chief and Village Administrator John Wenzlick. Chief Wenzlick partners with Acting Deputy Chief Gregg Estok to lead a team of 12 certified full-time police officers.
The police department is staffed 24 hours per day, and has a full-time detective, a civilian police administrative assistant, and a school crossing guard. The Village Police Department is dedicated to community-based policing. We are equipped and trained to handle a wide range of law enforcement issues that may arise in the Village. We pride ourselves in providing a strong sense of security to our residents. Fair and consistent law enforcement is a key characteristic of our department.
Our officers have a strong relationship with the community. Due to the size of the Village, we are able to offer a high level of service beyond basic law enforcement. Ottawa Hills officers are very visible in the schools, attend community wide events throughout the year, provide vacation house watch services, teach Safety Village and DARE, and sponsor several events for Village residents.