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The City of Upper Arlington hosts a permanent Drug Collection Unit in the Police Division Administrative Offices of the Municipal Services Center (MSC). The Drug Collection Unit is available 8 am-5 pm, Monday – Friday. Drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked.

Accepted items: Any pills, liquids, inhalers, or ointments that are prescribed

Non-accepted items: Thermometers, Needles (sharps), Medication/medical waste from businesses or clinics, any over-the-counter medication, used syringes

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In public parks, dogs must be on a leash from 8 am to 8 pm during Daylight Savings Time and 8 am to 5 pm during Eastern Standard Time. At all other hours, dogs must still be under control by the owner. Additional responsible pet ownership guidelines can be found by linking to our Animal & Wildlife Resources page.

The Police Division has a Drug Collection unit located in the Municipal Services Center at 3600 Tremont Road.

Accepted items: Any pills, liquids, inhalers, or ointments that are prescribed

Non-accepted items: Thermometers, Needles (sharps), Medication/medical waste from businesses or clinics, any over-the-counter medication, used syringes

Visit the Police Support Services Bureau – Drug Disposal section of our website or call 614-583-5150 with questions.

Upper Arlington does not have an Animal Control officer. You can call the suggested numbers below for any issues.

  • Capital Area Humane Society: 614-777-7387
  • SCRAM! Wildlife Control: 614-763-0696
  • Visit Animal & Wildlife Resources regarding animal Laws and Lost pets.
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The City does not accept applications for Policy Officer or Firefighter positions through our website. Both positions must first schedule a test with National Testing Network. The process to apply for Police Officer or Firefighter positions are detailed in each posting.

Contact the Police Division at 614-583-5150.

If the matter is a pending case, you need to file for discovery. If the matter is completed you may obtain a copy through our public records requests process.

Safety Town is coordinated by the Police Division, in cooperation with the Fire Division and Parks & Recreation Department. Program details can be found in the Spring/Summer Parks & Recreation catalog or by visiting the Police Division – Support Services Bureau – Safety Town section of our website.

24 Hours. Motor vehicles parked on the street are a Police Division matter. Please call the Upper Arlington Police Division Non-Emergency number at 614-459-2800 to report.

For all City of Upper Arlington public record requests for Police or Mayor’s Court records, please visit Records Request – Police & Mayor’s Court on City Council – City Clerk web page. For Franklin County record requests you may visit www.fcmcclerk.com or www.fccourts.org.

Contact the Police Division at 614-583-5150.

It is always best to work out issues related to neighbors in a positive manner. If you have exhausted positive communication methods, the City Attorney’s Office has a Diversion Programs that may assist. Or you may contact the Police Division with questions using the form below.

You should contact the Police Division at 614-583-5150.

Beggar’s Night typically falls on October 31 each year, unless that date falls on the weekend. Beggar’s Night hours in UA are 6-8 pm. View our annual calendar of events for additional details of Beggar’s Night activities in Upper Arlington.

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You may call the Probation Officer with appointment and scheduling questions at 614-583-5022.

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