Police Department


About Our Police Department

Our Police Department is led by Police Chief, Jay Nagy. Our officers work around the clock to protect, serve and keep our town safe!


Senior Watch Program

The Village of Peninsula Police Department has implemented a Senior Watch Program. This program benefits senior and/or disabled residents of the Village of Peninsula and Boston Township.

An officer will make a phone call, or a brief visit to the residence on a regular basis, between the hours of 9:00 am and 1:00 pm, to check the well being, safety and security of the participants.

Any questions, or concerns, please call the Senior Watch Officer, Allan Jones at 330-657-2995.

Senior Watch Application Form

Parking Tickets

Parking Tickets can be paid  with credit card by contacting the Village Administrative Office at #330-657-2151 or Send an Email request to: parking@villageofpeninsula-oh.gov and reference your PARKING TICKET NUMBER.

The Parking Department  Office hours are Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Please allow 2 – 4 business days for email responses.  

Payments can also be dropped in the payment box located in the Village Police Department lobby 24 hours a day or by mailing your check or money order to:

Peninsula Parking Violations Bureau
1582 Main Street
Peninsula, OH 44264

Traffic Tickets

For info and to pay your citation, visit the Village of Peninsula Photo Enforcement Info Page

Traffic tickets for the Village of Peninsula are handled by Stow Municipal Court

For questions about your ticket, dial: 330-564-4149

To pay your ticket online, click the link below.
Online Ticket Payment

Click to Pay Your Ticket Online