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Mayoral Recognitions

Whitehouse Police Chief Mark McDonough was recently recognized by Mayor Don Atkinson for extraordinary achievements.

Chief McDonough has been instrumental in creating and initiating new programs in Whitehouse, including “Coffee With a Cop”, the AW Area Citizens Police Academy and AW Area Drug Stoppers Program, the Whitehouse Senior Contact Program and installation of an Internet Sales Meet Up Spot in the parking lot.  He has also updated the Whitehouse PD policies and procedures, Field Training Program, Records Management System, and department recruitment and in-service training programs.

Chief McDonough holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration, graduated from the FBI National Academy, Police Executive Leadership College, and the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command.  He is a member of the FBI National Academy Associates, International, National and Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police, Metropolitan Toledo Criminal Justice Administrators Association, Lucas County OVI Task Force, Lucas County Coalition of Organizations Protecting Elders, Maumee Municipal Court Domestic Violence Task Force, and the Wood County FOP Lodge.

Many thanks to Chief Mark McDonough and all he has done for Whitehouse and the surrounding community!

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Veterans Memorial Park

Veterans Memorial Park is a collaborative effort between the Village of Whitehouse, generous donors, and community volunteers to honor those who have served and sacrificed.

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December 3, 2018

Holiday Decorating Contest Winners

The second annual Holiday Decorating Contest was held in downtown Whitehouse. Thirteen businesses participated this year and the downtown has never looked more beautiful! The winners […]
September 12, 2018

Maumee Building Dept is Moving

The Village of Whitehouse contracts with the City of Maumee for the issuance of building permits and inspections.  Please note that the City of Maumee Building […]
September 11, 2018

Leaf Collection Begins October 22, 2018

Village crews will begin collecting leaves on Monday, October 22, 2018.  Remember: Place leaves curbside, along the edge of the road, not on the pavement Leaves […]