Need to pay a citation?

  • Click HERE to pay your citation online.  **PREFERRED**
  • Pay over the phone 513-271-3246, option #1 (only available Monday through Friday 8am-3:30pm)
  • Pay in person at 6907 Wooster Pike, Mariemont, OH 45227, 1st floor (only available Monday through Friday 8am-3:30pm)

Click HERE to view the fines schedule, Mayor’s Court calendar, and contact information for Mayor’s Court.

Contact the Mariemont Police Department:

  • Non-Emergency:
    • During business hours: 513-271-4089 or 513-271-3246, option #1
    • After 3:30pm: 513-825-2280
  • Police website:
  • Chief of Police and Fire, Richard D. Hines, Email
  • Police Clerk, Vikki Rose, Email
Vacation/Vacant House Check

If you are going on vacation or your home will be vacant for an extended period of time,  the Village of Mariemont Police are happy to keep an eye on things around your home and property.  Simply fill out a copy of the Vacation/Vacant House Check form and submit it to the Village of Mariemont Police Department.

“We believe in our community and hope that you will find this information to be both useful and informative.

I am extremely proud of the members of the Mariemont Police and Fire Departments. They are held to the highest standards: integrity, honesty, loyalty and the enforcement of the laws and ordinances of the state of Ohio and the Village of Mariemont. Working together equals a community partnership.”

-Chief Hines

Mariemont Police Department

The Mariemont Police Department employs approximately 10 full-time sworn officers and one non-sworn support person. Our department is dedicated to community-oriented style of policing. We believe community problems are most successfully addressed by working in partnership with the community. Our officers are deeply committed to excellence, and strive to be community problem-solvers.

Our Mission Statement

The Mariemont Police Department’s Mission is to maintain order, preserve and protect the life, peace and property of the citizen’s of Mariemont. We provide a professional, well-trained staff and strive to enhance the quality of life through an active partnership with the citizens of the Village of Mariemont.

Our Vision Statement

The Mariemont Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of police service and forming partnerships with the community, making the village of Mariemont a safe place to live, visit and conduct business.

Click HERE to read the 2022 Summary by Chief Hines, included in the Mariemont Police Department’s Annual Report.