Baltimore Police Department, serves as the villages police department through a contact between the Village of Baltimore and the Village of Pleasantville. Fairfield County Sheriffs Office and their deputies still have jurisdiction in the village as they cover all of the county, and each village.  Chief Mike Tussey and his officers have a clear and simple mission statement “Service to the Community”. 

The police contract is supported by a property tax levy, which raises about $23,000.00 annually.  Each year the Village of Pleasantville pays $20,300.00 for the contractual services, which includes responding to emergency calls, and court appearances. 


The Village of Pleasantville is served by two township owned fire departments.  Pleasant Township Fire, which supports the residents South of Columbus Street and Walnut Township Fire, which supports the residents North of Columbus Street.  Both departments are dedicated, trained, and ready to serve village residents.  

Pleasant Township Fire, which was originally Pleasantville Fire Department, which became the Pleasant-Walnut Fire Department, from the 1950’s to the 1990’s, it is supported by a township property tax and those monies are administered at the township level.  The department members also volunteer at many of our community events and they remain active in our town. 

Walnut Township Fire, it is supported by a township property tax and those monies are administered at the township level.
Police Department
Baltimore Police Department
416 W. Market Street
Baltimore, OH  43105
Non-Emergency Calls:
Emergency Calls: 911

Sheriff's Department
Fairfield County Sheriffs Department
345 Lincoln Avenue
Lancaster, OH  43130
Non-Emergency Calls:
Emergency Calls: 911

Pleasant Township
Fire Department

2925 Lancaster-Thornville Rd NE
Lancaster, OH  43130
Non-Emergency Phone:
Emergency Phone: 911

Thurston-Walnut Township Fire Department
8474 High Street
Thurston, OH  43157
Non-Emergency Phone:
Emergency Phone: 911