Police Department
Citizen Information
Vacation House Check Program

The City of Bellbrook Police Department has a Vacation House Check program. The department provides a free residential security check for residents who go on vacation or are away from their home for an extended period. The Vacation House Check program is part of the Bellbrook Police Department’s greater goal of keeping the City of Bellbrook a safe community in which to live and work.

For more information on the program and to register your home while you are away, go to the Vacation House Check page.
Police Department Records

For more information on Bellbrook Police Department records or to make a records request, go the Records page.

Curb Cuts

If you plan on widening the approach to a driveway, you must obtain a Curb Cut permit from the Police Department prior to commencing the work.


Individual or businesses wishing to go door-to-door in neighborhoods must obtain a Solicitors Permit prior to entering the neighborhoods.  A background check will be completed on each individual involved.  A resident has the right to request proof of a Solicitors Permit.

For more information, go to the Solicitors page.

Block Party

For block parties, there is no formal application or form; however, a request letter is required and needs to contain the following information:

- Applicants should obtain the signatures of the owners of the residences inside the area to be blocked by traffic.

- Applicants need to describe the area to be closed, date and times.

- Residents are advised to consider having a rain date for the event.

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