A Bright Future for Trotwood
Mayor Mary A. McDonald was sworn in at the City Council Meeting on Monday, January 4, 2016, along with two new Councilmembers Rhonda C. Finley and Robert L. Kelley, Jr. Mayor McDonald has a special message for all Trotwood citizens and business owners. Click below to read her message.
City of Trotwood Family Reunion Weekend!
Kicking off the weekend with a Parade led by Mayor McDonald, The Wolf Creek-Trotwood Smoke, Sizzle & Sounds BBQ Contest. The weekend will also feature children's activities, food and non-food vendors, classic car and motorcycle display and an Interfaith Praise, Prayer and Worship in the park on Sunday September 30th.
To participate in the Parade, become a Contestant in the BBQ contest, a Judge, a food or non-food Vendor or Performer at the event please select each area you want to participate in or contact Kelly Adams, Parks & Recreation, at 937/854-7227 or email@example.com.
City of Trotwood Smoke Detector Install Program
Smoke detectors save lives. In the event of a fire, having a working smoke detector could mean the difference between life and death for you and your loved ones! Having properly installed and maintained smoke detectors will provide an early warning signal, so you and your family can escape unharmed.
City of Trotwood residents may receive free smoke detectors for their home. A professional fire safety official will come to your residence at a mutually agreed upon time to install the smoke detector, also free on charge. Quantities are limited.
Contact the Trotwood Fire & Rescue Department at 937-854-7270 to schedule the installation for our home.