Sheriff’s office has a new home in CW

Photo courtesy of the city of Canal Winchester
Mayor Mike Ebert presented Fairfield County Sheriff Alex Lape with the keys to the new Canal Winchester Substation located at 36 S. High St. When city offices moved into the Bob McDorman Building on East Waterloo Street earlier this year, the former municipal building was remodeled to accommodate the deputies. After a brief construction period, the deputies were able to transition into the new space in late August. Mayor Ebert, Sheriff Lape, and a few deputies joined together on Sept. 1 for the official exchanging of keys followed by a tour of the building. “Many years ago, this building was home to the Canal Winchester Police Department with just two officers,” said Ebert. “It has housed several tenants and been through many remodels since then, but we are pleased to offer it to the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office now.” The new substation has limited openings to the public. Visit for information.

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