Skip to content
narrow screen wide screen auto screen Increase font size Decrease font size Default font size
The City of West Carrollton Ohio




Welcome Home to West Carrollton
Farmers Market Continues Through Oct. 21 PDF E-mail

The second season of the city of West Carrollton’s Farmers Market located at 833 E. Central Ave., is now underway.

The market will continue through October 21 - open each Tuesday from 3 to 6:30 p.m. The first Tuesday of each month will be designated as Food Truck Rally days.

Vendors who are signed up to participate during the season include:
Blairquist Speciality Meats, Covered Wagon Farm Market, Craig’s Pesto Hot Dogs, Downing Fruit Farm, El Meson Xpress Food Truck, Flour Power Wood Fired Pizza, Gypsy Chick Farm, Huffman’s Maple Syrup, Hunger Paynes Food Truck, Karolyn’s Gardens, Keiko’s Kettle Corn, McNasty’s Food Express, Mobile Coldstone, Rib-N-It Bar-B-Q, Raphael's Pizelles, Rice Family Harvest, The Shakery Juice Bar, Six Dog Bakery, Spring Valley Farm, Sweet Treats by Michelle, Tom’s Garden, 2 Cups of Coffee & Bakery.

The West Carrollton branch of the Dayton Metro Library will attend on the third Tuesday of each month offering free books and childrens' crafts. Each week, a raffle prize winner will be drawn at 5 p.m.

The market is located on a lot formerly occupied by a McDonald’s restaurant less than a ½ mile from the Exit 47 exit on I-75.

For more information, contact Erika Mattingly at (937) 847-4634 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

New Deputy PD Chief Named PDF E-mail

R. Hensley Sgt. ppAdministrative Sgt. Robert F. Hensley will assume the position of Deputy Police Chief on Monday, May 5.

Hensley began his career with the West Carrollton Police Department as a reserve officer in June 1992, earning a full-time position in June 1993. In June 2001, he was promoted to Road Patrol Sergeant, and then assumed the duties of the Administrative Sergeant in July 2005. In this role, Hensley has served as the property room manager, crime prevention coordinator, computer administrator and accreditation manager. 

Hensley graduated from the Police Executive Leadership College (PELC) in 2004 and from the Certified Law Enforcement Executive program in 2013.

“Sgt. Hensley has demonstrated a strong commitment to the citizens of this community as well as to the members of this department,” said Chief Doug Woodard.

Hensley has long-time ties to the city. As a high school student, he spent two summers working as a seasonal employee for the water department in 1984-1985. He graduated from West Carrollton High School in 1986. He volunteered with the West Carrollton Fire Department for four years starting in 1987. He also served as part-time dispatcher for the police department from 1992 to 1993.

Final Exit 47 Project Now Underway PDF E-mail

The pointWork began April 8 on the final phase of Exit 47 reconstruction project, which will be coordinated by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Double Jay Construction based in Englewood is the project contractor. The $469,233 project is being funded with a $281,540 Federal Transportation Enhancement grant and $187,693 in local funding.

The work includes new landscaping along E. Dixie Drive from the I-75 northbound ramps to the area of ‘The Point’ where E. Dixie Drive and E. Central Avenue join.

Three new stone ‘Welcome to West Carrollton’ gateway signs will be constructed at the northbound entrance and southbound exit ramps as well as at a new community gathering area that will be created at ‘The Point’ near El Meson restaurant.

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 26

W.C. Bulletin Board

Scan this for City Mobile App

Click HERE for the link


Discover West Carrollton


Find Us on Facebook



Action Line