City Departments - The City of Huber Heights
Monday, 14 December 2015 00:00

New Business Letter

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Dear Huber Heights Business:

The City of Huber Heights imposes an Income Tax of 2.25% on Net Profits derived from conducting business within the City.   This letter outlines the requirements for filing and paying City Income Tax as a Business located in the City or a company conducting business within the City.

An annual return must be filed each year by April 15th or within three and one-half (3 1/2) months of the fiscal year end. The 2.25% tax is determined by the Federal Forms filed with the IRS   (Form 1120, 1120S and 1065).   If the company conducts business both inside and outside the City, a Schedule Y (Business Allocation Formula) determines the percentage of tax liability for the City.

If the company has employees working in Huber Heights it is required to withhold the 2.25% Income Tax on qualifying wages as defined in IRS Code Section 3121(a), (usually located in the Medicare Box of the W-2).   Medicare exempt employees are subject to the requirements for qualifying wages.

The withholding payments are either submitted monthly (if over $200. per month) or quarterly, to the Tax Office. The due dates for monthly withholding payments are the 15th of each month following the month of collection.  For quarterly withholding payments the due dates are the 15th of April, July, October and January. An Annual Reconciliation along with copies of W-2’s is due by February 28 of the following year.

If the company is Sole Proprietorship and the Business owner is a resident of the City of Huber Heights the resident will include the Schedule C on the Huber Heights Individual Income Tax Return. All other non-Huber Heights residents who earn Schedule C or E income must file a separate Business Return.

If an Extension of Time for filing is needed, a request must be submitted in writing to the Tax Office prior to the due date of the return. A copy of the Federal Extension can be used for this request.   An extension of time to file is not an extension of time to pay.  Penalties and interest may be charged on any tax balance remaining due after the original due date.  Also, quarterly estimated payments are to be paid by due dates for current tax year.

Please complete the Questionnaire and return to the Tax Office within fifteen (15) days from the date of this notice. Any questions, or if additional information in needed, please feel free to contact the Tax Office.

Sincerely,

Tracy L. Vanderman
Tax Administrator

Click Here for Business Questionnaire

Monday, 14 December 2015 00:00

New Resident Letter

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 Dear Huber Heights Resident:

The City of Huber Heights imposes a 2.25% Income Tax on all residents.   The Income Tax is collected under the Authority of Chapter 191 (2015 tax year and prior) and Chapter 192 (2016 tax year and forward) of the Huber Heights Income Tax Ordinance. A Huber Heights City Income Tax Return is due each year on or before April 15th.

Please complete the City of Huber Heights Questionnaire for the purpose of maintaining current Huber Heights Tax records. The completion of the questionnaire is required by ALL RESIDENTS of Huber Heights. The fact that you may be retired, unemployed, disabled or paying city tax where you are employed does not exclude you from completing and returning the questionnaire. All information is strictly confidential and will be maintained in the Tax Office. All residents that are active duty must complete the questionnaire and a tax return each year (active duty pay is not taxable). For a complete list of items that are taxable/not taxable please see the index page on website.

Please complete all lines of the questionnaire. If you are not working, explain your situation (temporarily unemployed, fully retired, permanently disabled, etc.). If you are renting, you must provide the complete name and address of your landlord. You must also provide the names, ages (minors) and employment status of all household members.

Please return the enclosed form to the Tax Office within 15 days from the date of this letter. The office is located at 6383 Brandt Pike, in the Huber Centre.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the Tax Office.

Sincerely,

Tracy L. Vanderman
Tax Administrator

Click Here for Questionnaire

Wednesday, 30 September 2015 00:00

North Park Phase II Land for Sale

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The City of Huber Heights owns approximately 80 acres of prime development land in the North Park Shopping Center with frontage along I-70.  

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North Park Phase II Vacant Land

For more information about this property please contact Rob Schommer, City Manager at 937-233- 1423 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Friday, 18 September 2015 00:00

Items to Be Included With Returns

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Individual Returns

  • W-2 form(s)
  • 1099 form(s)
  • Page 1 of the applicable Federal Form 1040
  • Applicable schedule(s) and/or form(s) for income on
    Federal Form 1040 lines 7, 12, 17, 18 and 21, other
    Federal Form(s)/schedule(s) and supporting documentation
    as appropriate.
  • Payment of tax due.  Checks/money orders are to be made payable to City of Huber Heights Tax.

Business Returns

  • Attach copy of Federal Return (first 5 pages)
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 00:00

E-File Using Tax Connect

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E-File is a tool to help you calculate your Huber Heights income tax return yourself. To be eligible to file your Hubert Heights income tax return via the web, you must meet the following requirements.

  • You were a resident for the full tax year (Jan-Dec), for the year you are filing.
  • Your only source of taxable income was from W-2 wages, gambling/lottery winnings (W-2G) or 1099Misc.
  • You return will not result in an overpayment of tax or a refund due.
  • If you are Fully Retired with no taxable income, Active Duty Military or on Permanent Disability.

If eligible, you will need to complete basic information from your earned income documentation. To ensure accuracy of your return, the filing must be completed during the logged on session.

If you are not eligible to file online, you will need to complete and file a paper return with the tax office. You can also stop by the tax office and we will complete your return for you in person (remember to bring all of your documentation).

E-File Here

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 00:00

Tax Ordinance

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Chapter 191

Chapter 192 (effective date 1/1/2016 for tax years 2016 and forward)

 

Friday, 30 January 2015 00:00

Tips on Using the Finance Transparency Portal

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  • The portal allows you to explore budget and historical finances in a simple graphical user interface. The main view includes a chart or graph, a legend and various controls to view expenses by departments out of various funds.
  • You can always access the portal by navigating to www.huberheightsoh.opengov.com 
  • You'll notice the title of the chart or graph you are viewing on top along with the account type selector. You can use the filter to see the data that is of most interest to you.
  • To focus on specific data - like a fund, department, expense type, or any combination - look to the left and use the menu on the side panel. These selectors allow you to specify exactly what breakdown you want the graph or table to represent. When you select "Filtered By" the data filter pops up and allows you to turn on or turn off selected filters for that category - funds, departments, expense type.
  • Keep in mind that some departments or expenses only receive funds from specific funds - if the department or expense is not funded from a particular fund, it will be grayed out.
  • There are five different types of visual representations of the data - an area graph, an area graph by percentage, a line graph, a pie chart and a table. You can change your view at any time by simply selecting the different type of representation. The data will automatically convert. These functions are on the top right.
  • You can also download the data into a .csv spreadsheet or a .png image.
  • You can share the data, in any view, on a social network or by email.
  • Some expenditures or revenues do not track year to year. For example, there may be expenditure for a specific item or project in FY 2013 that the City no longer uses.  These expenditure categories will only be visible for the years they were used. After that, they will be zeroed out.
  • If you need assistance or have questions, please contact our Finance Department at 937-237-5826 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

    Wednesday, 28 January 2015 00:00

    Financial Transparency Portal

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     Financial Transparency Portal

    Through the City of Huber Heights Financial Transparency Portal, users can view financial data based on the current budget or up to the current month. Information is included for FY 2016- FY 2014 budget and year-to-date information, and for the FY 2015 Current Budget. Users can manipulate the data and drill down to finite details or scale up to the big picture. Users can also download the data as an Excel spreadsheet to use at home.  You can access the portal by navigating to www.huberheightsoh.opengov.com

    In an effort to provide the community with access to the City’s financial data, electronic information is available  via our website. Online, you can find copies of the current and historic Annual Budgets, and Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR). 

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