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Dog licenses can be purchased at City Hall, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. December 1 through January 31, cash only. License cost $20.75 for spayed or neutered dogs or $24.75 for those that are not. They may also be purchased through Montgomery County.
The streets will become City responsibility on February 11,2015. These streets were just accepted by Council at the 1/December 2015 meeting and will become effective 30 days from the approval date. As in years past, some areas are still considered 'under construction' and are the responsibility of the developer. Certain streets in Carriage Trails will remain the same until the February 11, 2015 date.
After the February 11 date the newly dedicated streets will become a Priority IV under the City of Huber Heights Public Works Division Snow removal policy. The policy can be found by viewing the Snow and Ice Removal page. Please feel free to contact the Public Works Division with any further or questions or concerns.
You can reach the Post Office at 937-236-9685.
Please view the Street Lights page dedicated to getting street light issues resolved.
In 2008, a permanent street levy was passed and it provided the City with about $1,200,000 per year for street improvements. This money is used for curb replacement and street milling and repaving. We spend about $500,000 per year on curb replacement and about $700,000 on street repaving. With that $700,000, we can typically repave about 6 to 7 miles of roads per year. The City currently has about 180 miles of roadway within the City limits. By dividing the 180 by 6.5, that means that we can repave a road about every 25 years. 25 years is about the maximum amount of time you want to go for repaving a street. Some streets such as low traffic cul de sac’s can sometimes go longer.
About every 5 years we hired a specialized company that drives all of the roads in the City and they have the equipment to provide a rating for the condition of every road. We use this information as a guide to set up our yearly program. Before we finalize the yearly list of roads, we drive the lowest rated roads and we drive any roads that we get complaints about. This year’s program is now finalized. A portion of the roadway that you were referring to on Chambersburg Road is on our list and is shown on the map.
At this time, there are no new TIF districts being planned.
Please contact our Engineering Department at 937-233-1423
Please contact our Public Works Division at 937-233-1562.
Zip Codes are assigned by the US Postal Service. You can reach them at 937-236-9685.
First, understand the vehicles are only used for official purposes to include commuting to and from work. Many times, work-related events and activities for these positions are not at the same spot, and can include locations outside of the City. All three of those positions are subject to call-in on a 24 hour a day basis, and need access to immediate transportation as well as some specialized equipment in the vehicles. In addition, there are several after-hour meetings and activities they attend as part of their duties. Depending on assignment, the use and miles driven varies; however, it is typically between 10 and 20 thousand miles per year. There is a level of efficiency achieved, and having the vehicles available to them is part of the job assignment.
There was a Town Center project discussed and attempted in 2004; however, due to lack of funding from the developer, property owners and not being awarded grants, the construction of the plan has not occurred. View the City Revitalization Program (PDF) for complete details.
The answer really depends on the zoning district and the acreage of the property. I urge you to contact our Zoning Department with a specific property address. They will be able to instantly tell you if the property meets the requirements. The following is the Zoning Code that deals with this topic:
Agricultural animals shall not be kept, harbored or maintained in the R3, R4, R4B, R5, R6, R7, RMV, PR, or PM Districts, except that said prohibition shall not apply to R3, R4, R4B, RMV, PR, and PM Districts in which the actual lot size is 1 acre or more. For purposes of this provision, "agricultural animals" may include, but are not limited to, horses, mules, donkeys, ponies, cattle, swine, sheep, goats, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl, peacocks, chickens, burros, llamas, alpacas, ostriches and emus.(Ord. 2011, 1910. Passed 9-12-11.)
No, burning trash is not allowed in the City Limits. Please contact the Fire Department at 937-237-1564.
View the Chapter 907 - Basketball Hoop Obstruction Ordinance (PDF) restricting basketball hoops in the street lawn area or public right of way. When the police division receives a complaint we give the owner of the hoop an “Obstacle Placed in Roadway or Public Right of Way” warning letter. Any future violation results in a citation for the violation.
Please contact the Police Department at 937-233-1565.
No, a permit is not needed for a single story deck. City Codes can be accessed on our website or by contacting the Zoning Department at 937-237-5815.
Yes you can.
Please review our City Code for parking. If you have a specific vehicle you can discuss with the Huber Heights Police Department. View the City Code of Huber Heights.
(a) No person shall park or let stand upon a street any motor vehicle that exceeds any one of the following measurements: twenty feet in length, seven feet in width, or seven feet in height. All such measurements shall include any load being carried on the vehicle.
(b) This section shall not apply to the following:
(1) A public safety vehicle being used in the performance of duties.
(2) A vehicle owned by this City, by Montgomery or Miami Counties, or by the State of Ohio, or any vehicle being used as part of any public installation, construction or maintenance work.
(3) A vehicle stopped for the purpose of loading or unloading goods, merchandise or passengers, or while its operator is actually engaged in a commercial service call.
(4) A vehicle parked temporarily (twenty-four hours or less) due to its being disabled. (See Section 351.14 for restrictions against parking of any disabled vehicle, large or small, for more than twenty-four hours.)
(5) Parking that is necessary in connection with construction, development or repair work for which any required permits have been obtained.
(Ord. 87-0-234. Passed 4-20-87.)
(6) Recreational vehicles parked for purposes of loading, unloading and related activities for up to eight hours in any twenty-four hour period.
(Ord. 88-0-300. Passed 5-2-88.)
The Yard Waste Site on Wildcat Road will accept grass clippings. Grass clippings will also be accepted by your trash collector.
According to the latest census the population was 38,101. Learn more by visiting the Demographics of Huber Heights page.
Please contact the Huber Heights Police Department for more information at 937-233-1565.
Please contact the Montgomery County Solid Waste District, view the Montgomery County Solid Waste and Recycling Services page.
You may have 2 per year with a permit. We have two Community Wide Garage Sales and a permit is not required and is available to all residents.
Yes. Read the City Code of Huber Heights to learn more.
No, permits are not required for fences.
Permits are required for garage sales. There is no fee.
It is the responsibility of the property owner to maintain the right-of-way.
Cars cannot be repaired on the roadway. Please contact the Zoning Department if you have any further questions. 937-233-1423. View the Huber Heights Code on vehicle repairs:
No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of:
(a) Displaying such vehicle for sale;
(b) Washing, greasing or repairing such vehicle except repairs necessitated by an emergency.
Please contact the YMCA at 937-236-9622.
Please contact our Police Department at 937-233-1565.
(a) No person shall stand or park a vehicle, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to comply with the provisions of this Traffic Code, or while obeying the directions of a police officer or a traffic control device, in any of the following places:
(1) On a sidewalk, curb or street lawn area, except as provided in subsection (b) hereof;
(2) In front of a public or private driveway;
(3) Within an intersection;
(4) Within ten feet of a fire hydrant;
(5) On a crosswalk;
(6) Within twenty feet of a crosswalk at an intersection;
(7) Within thirty feet of, and upon the approach to, any flashing beacon, stop sign or traffic control device;
(8) Between a safety zone and the adjacent curb or within thirty feet of points on the curb immediately opposite the end of a safety zone, unless a different length is indicated by a traffic control device;
(9) Within fifty feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing;
(10) Within twenty feet of a driveway entrance to any fire station and, on the side of the street opposite the entrance to any fire station, within seventy- five feet of the entrance when it is properly posted with signs;
(11) Alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when such standing or parking would obstruct traffic;
(12) Alongside any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street;
(13) Upon any bridge or other elevated structure upon a street, or within a street tunnel;
(14) At any place where signs prohibit stopping, standing or parking, or where the curbing or street is painted yellow, or at any place in excess of the maximum time limited by signs;
(15) Within one foot of another parked vehicle;
(16) On the roadway portion of a freeway, expressway or thruway.
(b) A person shall be permitted, without charge or restriction, to stand or park on a sidewalk, a motor-driven cycle or motor scooter that has an engine not larger than one hundred and fifty cubic centimeters, or a bicycle, provided that the motor-driven cycle, motor scooter, or bicycle does not impede the normal flow of pedestrian traffic. This division does not authorize any person to operate a vehicle in violation of Section 331.37.
(c) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor. If, within one year of the offense, the offender previously has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to one predicate motor vehicle or traffic offense, whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree. If, within one year of the offense, the offender previously has been convicted of two or more predicate motor vehicle or traffic offenses, whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree.