The City of Huber Heights is pleased to announce our sponsors for the Aquatic Center at The Heights.
In 2011, City leaders began looking for partners for the planned center. As construction continued, partnerships were formed with Kroger, Coca-Cola and Buckeye EcoCare. This unique public-private partnership will provide the citizens of Huber Heights and visitors to the center the best value and experience possible at this state-of-the-art recreation center.
In early 2012, the City was excited to announce that our center finally had an official name; Kroger Aquatic and Recreation Complex at The Heights! Coca-Cola will be the exclusive beverage provider and Buckeye EcoCare will be the official Lawncare provider.
"Kroger is very happy to partner with the City of Huber Heights and honored to have the opportunity to place our name on the community's new regional water park. Kroger has always believed in the importance of being part of the communities in which we operate... we want to be more than a grocery store, we want to be a neighbor. We are committed to be being actively involved in the neighborhoods where we do business because it is the right thing to do. It allows us a connection to our customers and their daily lives and further enforces our commitment to them and their families."
"We join the Miami Valley Region and the City of Huber Heights in celebrating this wonderful new recreation facility." -Sukanya Madlinger, President of Cincinnati/Dayton Division of Kroger
A statement from Coca-Cola: Our mission is "to refresh the world, inspire moments of optimism and happiness, create value and make a difference." Here in North America, the Coca-Cola business is growing and we are the world's #1 brand. But any discussion of growth and success is meaningless if we aren't providing value every day to the communities we serve. We recognize that our success depends on the sustainability of the communities in which we operate- and for us, that means having positive economic, social and environmental impacts on local communities. Our commitment to sustainability- what we call Live Positively- is a modern expression of our Company's heritage of caring about people and our Planet. We are proud to support the Huber Heights community while providing opportunities to keep kids and families physically active. As a market leader, we are committed to sharing the importance of physical fitness by supporting active living spaces in our communities and encourage people to Live Positively."
Buckeye EcoCare has been THE choice for thousands of Dayton area residents, season after season. Buckeye Ecocare is a locally owned and operated company. They use their local insight and knowledge of soils, grasses and weather to provide the best care for their clients' lawn and landscape trees and shrubs.
Not only is the City pleased to welcome Buckeye EcoCare as our official lawncare provider, we also welcome them as a new member to our business community. Visit their new location on Executive Boulevard.
"Buckeye EcoCare... excited to be part of the Huber Heights community and The Heights project!" Mark Grunkemeyer, Buckeye EcoCare, Founder and President
- To learn more about The Heights, click here
- To learn more about the Kroger Aquatic Center at The Heights, click here
Prior Year Individual Tax Forms
2015 Tax Year - Tax Rate 2.25%
2009-2014 Tax Year (Generic Return) - Tax Rate 2.00%
2006-2008 Tax Year (Generic Return) - Tax Rate 2.25%
Welcome to our tax forms link. Some of the forms below are PDF fill-in forms (not all), which you can save to your desktop. Please remember to print out the form and mail it to us with the proper documentation. If you need help completing your form, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (937) 237-2976.
The State legislation known as "House Bill 5" (HB5) made substantial changes to the Ohio Revised Code 718, which governs municipal income tax laws. To be in compliance with the revised State Law, in November 2015 the City Approved Tax Ordinance Chapter 192 for tax years beginning in 2016. The previous Tax Ordinance Chapter 191 remains in effect for tax years 2015 and prior.
Paper tax returns must have all documentation attached including W-2's, front page of 1040, all supporting documents (Schedule C, E, K1). Paper tax returns that are received without all documentation will be considered incomplete and if the information is not received by the due date penalties will be applied. The penalty is $25.00 for each month it is considered late (up to $150.00).
- Individual Tax Return - Fillable
- Individual Tax Return
- Individual Instructions
- 2017 Estimated Tax Statements
- Individual Tax Questionnaire
- Extension Request Form
- Refund Request Form
Welcome to our tax forms link. Some of the forms below are PDF fill-in forms (not all), which you can save to your desktop. Please remember to print out the form and mail it to us with proper documentation. If you nee help completing your form, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (937) 237-2976
- Business Tax Return
- Business Instructions
- Business Tax Questionnaire
- 2017 Estimated Tax Statements
- Extensions Request Form
- ACH Debit Authorization Agreement
- Extension Request Form
- W-1 Employer Withholding – Monthly/Quarterly - for 2017
- W-3 Employer Withholding Reconciliation
- Employer withholding payments - ACH Credit CCD+format
- Employer withholding payments - Electronic Filing via Tax Connect
In August of 2011, City Council approved the beginning of the Master Planning for a Regional Mixed Use Destination area called 'The Heights'. The Heights is a $223 million commercial development which will offer dining, shopping, family entertainment and much more. This development will be the first of its kind in the Northern Dayton Region. The project is planned to be located on 167 acres along Interstate 70 and State Route 201, Brandt Pike and will offer 750,000 square feet of space.
- Click here to view the concept plan for this development.
- Click here to view the land area exhibit for this development.
- Click here to visit the real estate website to purchase land
- Click here to watch a video about The Heights.
Read All About It! News articles and videos:
- Dayton Business Journal- August 26th, 2011
- Dayton Business Journal- August 24th, 2011
- Dayton Business Journal- August 23rd, 2011
- Dayton Daily News- August 19, 2011
- Dayton Daily News- October 15, 2010- Carriage Trails Residential Development
- Huber Heights Courier- August 23, 2011
- WDTN- August 22, 2011
- WDTN- August 19, 2011
- WHIO- August 19, 2011
- Dayton Daily News- December 10, 2012
- WHIO- December 10, 2012
- WDTN- December 10, 2012 & December 10, 2012 morning
- WKEF/WRGT- December 10, 2012
- Dayton Business Journal- December 10, 2012
The City of Huber Heights Splash Pad is located at Cloud Park 4707 Brandt Pike.
Please observe the following rules at the Splash Pad:
- The hours for the splash pad are 11 AM until 8 PM.
- Walk past the red bollard to activate the spray features
- Adult supervision required for children under 12 years of age
- Non-toilet trained children must wear swimming diaper
- No pets, bicycles/scooters, food/drink or glass containers allowed
- Please do not bring sand from the volleyball courts to the Splash Pad
- No running, jumping or throwing objects
- Groups of 10 or more should limit their playtime to 30 minutes
- To avoid slipping, water shoes recommended
- Clear Splash Pad when lightning spotted
History of the Huber Heights City Flag
Though the City of Huber Heights, Ohio, USA was incorporated on January 23, 1981; the City did not adopt a City flag until 2006. As part of the City’s twenty-fifth anniversary celebration, students at Wayne High School in Huber Heights were asked to submit their entries for a City flag design as part of a contest. The winner of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Student Flag Design Contest was a Wayne High School exchange student and resident of Germany, Joyce de Silva, who received a $100 U.S. savings bond for the winning flag submission. At the June 26, 2006 Huber Heights City Council Meeting; Councilmember Karen Kaleps made a motion to adopt the winning flag design as the official flag of the City of Huber Heights. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Roger Hensley and adopted by the Huber Heights City Council by a vote of 6-0.
The design of the Huber Heights flag includes two large rounded “H” letters standing for “Huber Heights”. If the two “H” letters were connected, it would form an “O” for “Ohio”. The City Seal is in the center of the flag. The City flag is composed of the colors that had come to represent the City – green and blue. The two horizontal dark blue stripes represent the two major thoroughfares that span Huber Heights – Brandt Pike and Old Troy Pike. The “1981” on the upper part of the flag is the year in which Huber Heights was incorporated as a City. The seventeen white stars on the flag represent the fact that Ohio was the seventeenth state to join the United States of America.
The newly adopted City flag of Huber Heights was first posted in the Huber Heights Council Chambers during a Huber Heights City Council Meeting on July 10, 2006 by the Wayne High School ROTC Color Guard.
History of the Huber Heights City Seal
Though the City of Huber Heights, Ohio, USA was incorporated on January 23, 1981; the City did not adopt a City Seal until 1983. The City of Huber Heights held a contest in 1982 and residents of the City were asked to submit their entries for a City Seal design as part of this contest. The deadline for submissions for the contest was December 31, 1982. At the February 14, 1983 Huber Heights City Council Meeting; awards were presented to Daniel J. Smith for first place, George Bayless for second place, William J. Trimback for third place, and Charles M. Monita for fourth place. The Huber Heights City Council recommended that portions of each of these winning entries be incorporated into the final design for the Huber Heights City Seal. The Administration Committee of the Huber Heights City Council was tasked with completion of the final design for the City Seal.
The design of the Huber Heights City Seal is a circular seal with scalloped edges. The City Seal is composed of the colors that had come to represent the City – green and blue – with gold lettering, border and trim. The outer ring of the City Seal in dark blue contains the inscriptions “City of Huber Heights, Ohio” and “Incorporated Jan. 23, 1981”. The center of the City Seal is divided into four quadrants with a green background and gold representations of significant items to the City of Huber Heights. The upper quadrant pictures the Taylorsville Inn built in 1834. The left center quadrant represents the City’s churches and schools. The right center quadrant represents the City’s parks with a picture of the gazebo at Community Park. The lower quadrant pictures the Canal Locks built in 1829.
The City of Huber Heights, Ohio - History and Growth: 1981 - 2011
Huber Heights celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the City in 2011. The former Wayne Township was incorporated as the City of Huber Heights on January 23, 1981. The Huber Heights City Charter was adopted in a general election on November 8, 1983 and became effective on January 1, 1984.
The Ordinance Review Commission is appointed by the City Council at least every ten years per the City Charter. The Ordinance Review Commission reviews the City Code and other ordinances or resolutions of the City and makes recommendations to the City Council for the elimination or revision of provisions of the City Code and other ordinances or resolutions which may have outlived their usefulness or practicality. The Ordinance Review Commission was established by the City Charter.
The Ordinance Review Commission meets on the first Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers at Huber Heights City Hall at 6131 Taylorsville Road, Huber Heights, Ohio. The Ordinance Review Commission is currently in inactive status until the next review in 2020.
|Ordinance Review Commission Board Membership||Term Expires|
|Ints Kaleps, Chair||12/31/2011|
|Glenn Otto, Vice Chair||12/31/2011|
For more information, contact the Ordinance Review Commission staff liaison, Anthony Rodgers, Clerk of Council, at (937) 237-5832.