Tuesday June 2nd
Wood County is under a “Marginal” chance for severe weather Wednesday June 3. This event is expected to occur over several time periods: 6am-10am and 2pm-10pm. The potential hazards for this event are damaging winds up to 60 mph, hail, heavy rain and isolated tornados are possible.
Currently, Wood County on the northern edge between “Marginal” and “Slight” which are potentially more intense storms. There are other models having all of Wood County at the elevated “Slight” risk as well. Any shift north in this storm front will increase the potential for severe weather.
You should plan on severe weather for tomorrow morning and afternoon rush hour. We suggest you monitor current conditions adjusting travel plans accordingly as well as having a plan should severe weather arise.
We encourage you to make sure you have registered for Wood County’s mass notification system CodeRED and/or other weather notification phone apps should a warning be issued. ... See MoreSee Less
Monday June 1st
The Rossford Police Department would like to congratulate the RHS Class of 2020. All of you can be proud of your accomplishments during a time of uncertainty and inconvenience. Good luck in all of your future endeavors! ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday May 28th
This post is in response to recent complaints from residents that received warnings for having their trash containers at the street too early or too late. I realize that trash was delayed due to the holiday, but residents are still responsible to follow the City code. Only warnings were issued and they serve as a reminder to follow the ordinance in the future. We do not want to issue citations and have not cited anyone for this in the past.
We have two school resource officers that have been tasked with addressing quality of life issues around the City. These issues include junk vehicles, trash, grass clippings in the street, etc. Many may think that these are petty issues but there are just as many residents that want them cleaned up. They were enacted by City Council to keep our City clean, safe and beautiful. Please do not demean or be critical of the individual officers for only doing what they were ordered to do. If you have a question or concern, please direct it to me. I would be happy to discuss it with you.
Chief Todd A. Kitzler ... See MoreSee Less
Friday May 22nd
🚦Rossford Safety Town has been cancelled this Summer🚦 ... See MoreSee Less
Friday May 15th
OHIO BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES (CERTAIN SERVICES): MAY 26
Beginning Tuesday, May 26, Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) locations in Ohio will be permitted to reopen for certain services if these facilities can meet required safety protocols.
Services that can be accomplished online should still be done online. More details on online BMV services can be found at oplates.com.
To ensure that each deputy registrar location operates in the safest manner possible, the BMV is creating a detailed list of guidelines and best practices for deputy registrars to follow. A full list of mandatory and recommended best practices will be available soon at coronavirus.ohio.gov ... See MoreSee Less
Friday May 8th
National Police Week 2020 is from May 10 through May 16. During this week, we honor and remember all police officers that have fallen in the line of duty. We encourage all of you to join us by placing blue light bulbs in your exterior lights. Let’s Light Rossford Blue next week. Stay safe and healthy. ... See MoreSee Less
Thursday May 7th
Thank you to the Stingers from the 180th for the flyover. We hope you enjoyed our units displayed in a modified finger-four formation. ... See MoreSee Less