Mayor's Message

Greetings Family !

What an exciting time for the City of Trotwood. The developments we’ve talked about for such a long time are now a reality. In August, ground was broken for the future home of the Western Division of the Montgomery County Municipal Court. Construction is well underway on this new state-of-the-art facility that will also provide office space for Montgomery County Workforce Development and Montgomery County Job and Family Services programs. These programs will help our residents compete with others for available jobs in the workforce.

Goodwill Easterseals broke ground in October on their new $6.8 million West Campus Community Services Center to be built on East Main Street next door to our library. This new facility will provide services such as employment programs, community outreach programs, skills training and certification programs, adult day support, preschool education, and a community room for meetings and other gatherings. Our community is so fortunate to have access to these much needed services and amenities. Be sure to stay tuned as additional developments will be announced in the near future.

Also, be sure to tune in monthly to Trotwood Talks on the City’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. These talks provide opportunities to discuss all things Trotwood with business and community leaders, allowing the City to deliver important information to residents.

In other great news, we are in the process of paving streets in a number of our residential neighborhoods – this has not been done in over 25 years. We understand how important these roadways are for accessing things like employment, health services, and education. They are also of vital importance to economic development and growth so keeping them in working condition is critical to our progressive community.

Trotwood’s future is very bright and with your continued support, there is so much more to come. Remember, the vision of a successful community is what each of us desires.

Happy Holidays, Family, and stay safe.


Mary A. McDonald, Mayor
City of Trotwood, Ohio