As of April 4, 2023, it is illegal to use or hold a cell phone or electronic device in your hand, lap, or other parts of the body while driving on Ohio roads. If an officer sees a violation, they can pull you over. For more informaiton, visit: https://www.transportation.ohio.gov/phonesdown
FAQ Topic: Police FAQs
The Streetsboro Police Department hires patrol officers and dispatchers through a civil service testing process. No prior training or experience is needed in order to be considered for the position of dispatcher. Patrol officer positions require that a candidate obtain OPOTA certification by time of appointment. When a test is being given, a notice will … Continued
In 2022, it became legal for the average person to discharge consumer grade fireworks in Ohio during certain holidays between the hours of 4pm until 11pm. For example, they are legal on July 3, 4, and 5, and the Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays immediately preceding and following July 4. For specifics, as well as a … Continued
Yes. Certain types of noise are considered unlawful as described in Streetsboro codified ordinance 509.10 https://codelibrary.amlegal.com/codes/streetsboro/latest/streetsboro_oh/0-0-0-13633#JD_509.10
Golf carts that have been properly registered and inspected may be driven by valid licenced drivers on city streets that have a posted speed limit of 25 MPH. To get your golf cart inspected, contact Ofc. Jason Fogleman at (330) 626-4976 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can check the status of your driver’s license and view an unofficial 2 year record at oplates.com. For a small fee, you can order an official 3 year record. If your license is suspended, you can view your reinstatement requirements.
Sign up for the school’s automated notification program, or tune to local television or radio. The Streetsboro Police Department does not provide that information.
Each county sheriff’s department maintains an online list of registered sex offenders within each county. Go to Portage Co. Sex Offenders to search sex offender records.
Contact the police department non-emergency number at (330) 626-4976 and give your information to the on-duty Dispatcher. The department maintains a log of lost/found animals and can provide you with further information.
Under age 14 – 9:00pm. Age 14-15 – 11:00pm. Age 16-17 – 12:00am. Refer to Streetsboro Codified Ordinances section 509.08 for further information regarding Curfews.