Council Service Record: January 1, 2014 to present.
Council term expires on December 31, 2017.
Council Committees: Member of the Committee of the Whole and Council Work Sessions.
Other: Member of the Dayton Area Mayors/Managers Association; Member of the Miami Valley Military Affairs Association; and Member of the Mayor's Association of Ohio.
Employment: Mayor McMasters retired from the United States Air Force in October, 2006 after 20 years on active duty preceded by 6 years in the United States Army Reserve. His 26 years of military service included assignments as a Crew Systems Engineer, UAV pilot, Instructor at the USAF Preparatory School, C-141B Evaluator Navigator and Army Drill Sergeant. Post retirement, he has supported AFLCMC’s Simulation and SOF SPO’s as a Test Manager and currently acts as a Human Systems Integration Analyst for the 711HPW/HPI.
Family: Mayor McMasters has been married to his wife, Marylin, for 19 years. Together, they have five children: Thomas, 19; Angelica, 17; Le’Zelle ,14; Irvin, 12; and Alizea, 7. The family moved to their present house in Huber Heights in July, 2006 as a result of relocating to the area for the Mayor’s last active duty assignment.
Interests: Mayor McMasters enjoys playing disc golf with his younger kids in Community Park and you can often find him playing tennis with his son, Thomas, at Wayne High School or at the courts at Thomas Cloud Park.
Contact Information6131 Taylorsville Road
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Phone: (937) 985-6275
Fraternal Order of Police - Labor Council & Company
- Lieutenants 2017-2019
- Communications Officers 2017-2019
- Sergeants 2017-2019
- Patrol Officer 2017-2019
- Records Clerks 2017-2019
International Association of Firefighters
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
The City of Huber Heights has numerous opportunities for residents wishing to serve their community on a volunteer basis. Various boards and commissions are authorized by the City Charter or City Council to oversee city activities. These boards and commissions are filled with volunteers who dedicate their time for the betterment of the community. The currently active boards and commissions are:
- Arts and Beautification Commission
- Board of Zoning Appeals
- City Planning Commission
- Citizen Water and Sewer Advisory Board
- Ordinance Review Commission
- Parks and Recreation Board
- Personnel Appeals Board
- Property Maintenance Review Board
- Public Records Commission
- Senior Advisory Board
- Tax Appeals Board
Current Board and Commission Vacancies
There are currently no vacancies on City boards and commissions.
The City of Huber Heights is an equal opportunity employer. The City recruits, evaluates and hires persons based solely on merit, fitness for duty, and such other bona-fide occupational qualifications each person may possess. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, military or veteran status, pregnancy status, mental or physical disability or any other status protected by law.
Employment applications and resumes are accepted only for positions for which we are currently recruiting.
Part-time/Hourly Information Technology Specialist
The City of Huber Heights is seeking qualified applicants for the position of part-time/hourly Information Technology Specialist. This position maintains the integrity and the operability of the network infrastructure; analyzes and troubleshoots city-wide network problems related to computer and telephone networks; provides a range of office software, computer hardware and user support. To apply, applicant must have an Associate Degree in information technology, computer science, or related field; a Bachelor Degree preferred; certification as a Certified Network Systems Engineer or Administrator preferred; three years of responsible technical information systems experience and a strong working knowledge of computer networking systems in a multi-user environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Applicant must have a valid Ohio Driver License. Successful candidate will submit to an extensive background, pre-employment drug screen, and physical. The process will include the screening of applications and selected candidates will be scheduled for interviews.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, June 9, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. Application and resume can be mailed to the City of Huber Heights, Human Resources Department, 6131 Taylorsville Road, Huber Heights, Ohio 45424. More information can be found at www.hhoh.org. The City of Huber Heights is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Hourly Wage Rate is $16.00 to $19.25 DOQ
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Seasonal Laborer-Public Works Division
The City of Huber Heights is seeking qualified applicants for Seasonal Laborer within the Public Works Division. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid State of Ohio Driver License. Under general supervision, this position performs maintenance of all park facilities and all public buildings and grounds along with operating power and hand tools, mowers, trimmers, and other various maintenance equipment. Process will include screening of applications. Successful candidate will submit to a background investigation, physical and drug screen. Individuals interested in this position should submit an application to the City of Huber Heights, Human Resources Department, 6131 Taylorsville Road, Huber Heights, OH 45424. Position open until filled. The City of Huber Heights is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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The City of Huber Heights Public Works Division is happy to provide you with prompt and efficient leaf pick-up service. Leaf collection will begin on Monday, November 6, 2017. We anticipate making two complete passes through the City. Before raking your leaves call the 24- hour Leaf Hot Line at 237-3603 or check the city Facebook page for daily crew locations. The following guidelines provided will ensure a more efficient collection of your leaves.
Rake leaves to the area behind the curb as close to the road as possible
Leaf crews will not pick up leaves from under, between, or around parked cars. If a vehicle is preventing pick up, the leaves will be left until the next pick-up cycle in your area.
Please do not put grass, tree branches, or brush in with leaves (if these materials are placed in your leaf piles your leaves will not be picked up).
Have your leaves ready as early as possible and do not try to rake as trucks are approaching.
Please be aware that leaf collection creates a fine dust in the air, so plan accordingly.
Remember, slow downs occur during the leaf collection program due to inclement weather and equipment failures. Please be patient, we will pick up your leaves.
Residents wishing to dispose of their leaves at any time during the leaf pick-up season may bag them and put them out with their trash on their residence collection day, or you may also take your leaves to the Yard Waste Drop-Off Site. Leaves are accepted at the Yard Waste Site Monday through Friday from 8:00am through 2:00pm. LEAVES ONLY NO LIMBS OR BRANCHES WILL BE ACCEPTED!
Map and Street Directory Guide
Find the area of your residence on the map. The number in that area is the leaf pick-up district you live in. If you are unsure of your section, refer inside to the Street Directory. It contains an alphabetical listing of Huber Heights streets and the corresponding sections. Crews will pick up the leaves, starting with section one and progressing in numerical order through each of the sections.
A crew of thirteen (13) trained operators is responsible for keeping the City’s 421 lane miles of streets and roadways passable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To accomplish this the City has established a comprehensive snow and ice control policy to meet residents’ needs and expectations as well as to ensure the safety of people driving within our community. City streets are cleared in priority order. The City’s present snow and ice control policy establishes the following priorities:
Highly traveled main thoroughfares that include: Brandt Pike (St. Rt. 201) Old Troy Pike (St. Rt. 202), St. Rt. 235 and St. Rt. 4 (Does not include boulevard sections of any roadway).
All major thoroughfares between St. Rt.201 and St. Rt.202 which include, Harshmanville Rd., Longford Rd, Powell Rd., Fishburg Rd., Chambersburg Rd., Taylorsville Rd., Executive Blvd., Shull Rd., and Carriage Trails Parkway.
All major thoroughfares to include all roads east of St. Rt. 201 and west of St. Rt. 202 which include, US Rt. 40 (including Bridgewater Rd.), Rip Rap Rd., Taylorsville Rd., Chambersburg Rd., Fishburg Rd., Powell Rd., Waynetowne Blvd., Nebraska (east of 201), Merily Way, Wildcat Rd., Kellenburger Rd., Bufort Blvd., Fisher Dr., Coca-Cola Blvd, Futura Pkwy., Technology Blvd., Progress Ct., Adams Rd., New Carlisle Pike, Lower Valley Pike, Center Point 70, Bellefontaine Rd.
Includes all remaining residential streets and cul-de-sacs within the City. In order to maximize street cleaning efforts the City of Huber Heights has established Article 351.21 of the Codified Ordinances, which authorizes the City Manager to declare an emergency for various reasons including excessive snowfall that may require the removal of motor vehicles parked upon affected streets. For additional information on snow and ice control in the City of Huber Heights, contact the Public Works Division at 233-1562.
The Public Works Division makes, installs and repairs all City of Huber Heights street signs as set forth in the Ohio Department of Transportation (O.D.O.T.) Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Services (OMUTCD). This manual establishes consistent regulations for all cities, townships, and municipalities, and its regulations set standards for sign size, height, and color designations. If at any time you notice a damaged or missing sign, please contact the Public Works Division at 233-1562.
The Yard Waste drop-off site is located on the north side of I-70 on Wildcat Road. This service is open and free to all Huber Heights residents. The Yard Waste Site will open on April 1, 2017 and will be open until October 26, 2017. Hours of operation are Thursdays 7:30-11:30 a.m. and the first Saturday of each month 7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. The City grinds the leaves and other collected debris to make quality leaf and wood mulch, which is free. During open hours, residents are encouraged to take the available wood chips and leaf compost material free of charge. The end loader operator will load pickup trucks with the wood chips or leaf compost. Only citizens with proof of residency are permitted to drop off acceptable yard waste material. Contractors are not allowed to drop off material at this site. For more information contact the Public Works Division at 233-1562.
Acceptable yard waste material includes:
- tree limbs (no longer than 8 feet and no larger than 6 inches diameter)
Unacceptable material includes:
- construction material of any kind
Directions to the New Yard Waste Drop Off Site - 202 N. to Kellenburger Road. Left on Kellenburger Road to Wildcat Road. Left on Wildcat Road to Cul-de-sac. Follow signs and asphalt driveway to new site.
Bridgewater Road over I-70 West of 202- Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) - Replacement of bridge superstructure is expected to begin the week of April 24, 2017 thru September 30, 2017 - Detours will be posted
SR 202 (Old Troy Pike) over Willow Creek south of Chambersburg Road - ODOT - Remove and replace 3 span concrete slab bridge deck. Completion expected September 30, 2017