Pike County (OH)
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|OSP District||9 (Jackson)|
|OSP Post||71 (Chillicothe)|
|ODOT District||9 (Chillicothe)|
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Pike County, Ohio
Pike County is located in the Appalachian foothills region of southern Ohio. It was formed from parts of Scioto, Ross and Adams counties on February 1, 1815. It is named for famed explorer and soldier, Zebulon Pike.
The Village of Waverly is the county seat. There are three villages and fourteen townships in the county along with several unincorporated areas.
VILLAGES: Beaver Piketon Waverly TOWNSHIPS: Beaver Marion Perry Benton Mifflin Seal Camp Creek Newton Sunfish Jackson Pebble Union Pee Pee UNINCORPORATED AREAS: Cynthiana Morgantown Jasper Stockdale Latham Wakefield
Public Safety Communications
All public safety agencies in Pike County currently utilize VHF for communications.
Fire / EMS Station Numbers
PIKE COUNTY FIRE: 200: WAVERLY 300: BEAVER 400: PIKETON 500: ELM GROVE 600: CAMP CREEK TWP 700: PEBBLE TWP 800: BENTON TWP 900: JACKSON TWP 1200: STOCKDALE PIKE COUNTY EMS: SQD 2: WAVERLY SQD 3: BEAVER SQD 4: PIKETON SQD 5: ELM GOVE SQD 7: PEBBLE TWP SQD 8: BENTON TWP
Ohio State Highway Patrol
Pike County is served by OSP Post 71 Chillicothe. All communications use the Ohio MARCS statewide system.