The Village of Woodlawn, OH


The Public Works Department provides integral services to our community every day. Our department’s mission is to maintain the Village’s thoroughfares so as to ensure the safe movement for both vehicular and pedestrian travel, and to oversee the efficient operation of the recycling program. Developing and offering a quality, and effective, efficient service to a vibrant, and active, attractive community. Provide a service that is aligned with the Municipal Managers' vision as well as supportive of the master plan.

Public Works Department Motto
“Service With Pride"

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woodlawn-map-jpegCincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS)

Cagis is a powerful Web mapping site that provides public access to keeping our community safe and clean!

Click here to Request Your Service! Report trees down, ice on roads, or potholes.

Woodlawn Residents Diverted 252 Tons in 2021

Congratulations, Woodlawn residents! In 2021, we diverted 252 tons of metal, glass, plastic, paper, and yard trimmings. As a result, residents saved resources, conserved energy, and reduced pollution by recycling.

The recycling efforts in Woodlawn:

  • Conserved enough energy to power every home in Woodlawn for 8 days.
  • Reduced more air pollution than if every household in Woodlawn rode their bicycle to work for 6 weeks.
  • Saved 873 trees from being harvested.

On average, each household in Woodlawn diverted 1,143 pounds in 2021. That’s 21.58% of all the waste we generate.
Want to start recycling? Call 800-828-8171 to request your recycling cart today.

Waste and Recycling Services 

For Residential Services: 

Call Public Works at (513) 703-4641 to set up new waste and recycling services.
*Billing waste collection is combined with your Greater Cincinnati Water Works bill.

Rumpke operates off of showing when each side of the village will be serviced.
Woodlawn's Rumpke Collection Map_web
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Brush will not be picked up by public works, please refer to Rumpke services down below:

No brush will be removed and disposed of by the Village of Woodlawn public works if a resident hires a contractual tree service and/or signs off permission and authorization forms with Duke Energy Services to maintain safe and reliable electric work.  Per the Village policy, a contractor whether they are bonded/non-bonded is responsible for the disposal of trees, tree limbs, etc., cut down on the residential property.  There are no exceptions to this policy. All residents should contact the Village Code Enforcer prior to hiring a contractor to remove any trees on their property to confirm if a permit is required. If residents are found in violation of this policy they will be subject to being fined for violating the policy of the village. This policy is an addition to the current (Property Maintenance Code). 

Recycling Drop & Yard Waste collection will be provided by Rumpke.
Yard waste will be collected every other week on Tuesdays, beginning April 12 and running through November 22.
The material should be placed at the curb in a Rumpke yard waste only cart or in Kraft yard waste bags or properly
bundled and tied in sections no larger than 4 feet long and 2 feet wide.  Bags and bundles should not exceed 50 pounds. Yard waste placed at the curb in plastic bags will not be collected.

If you like to request a Rumpke yard waste cart for $3.50 per month, please contact Rumpke directly at 1-800-828-8171.

Residents and businesses can also bring recyclable materials to our drop-off bin area. The drop-off bin is located in the back of the parking lot at 10141 Woodlawn Blvd. Woodlawn, OH 45215 and can take items as referenced below.
No plastic bags can be accepted.
*Plastic bags can be recycled at Kroger Grocery Store.

2022 Rumpke recycle pick-up
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