Engineering

Due to the most recent Administrative Order issued on March 15, City Hall will be closed to the public in attempt to eliminate face to face interaction. While we strive to offer the same level of service, there will be some minor changes in our day to day business operations:



  • Permits and Bonds will still be processed, however they must be filled out online. All Engineering forms are listed on the Forms page and are fillable. Once completed, please email to Engineering Division Secretary, or you may mail to 6131 Taylorsville Road, or place in the drop box in front of City Hall. Payment is required to be sent with the forms (either by check or cash). If you are emailing, we will still need you to mail or drop off a check before permits can be approved. * Please make sure your contact information is on the check/form.


  • Once the permit is processed, you will be contacted either via phone or email and then you may begin your project. Permits and receipts will be mailed or emailed back to you. 

 We greatly appreciate your patience while we work through this situation and will do our best to continue business as usual. We apologize in advance if there are any slight delays as we at times may be working remotely. 


Division Responsibilities

The Division of Engineering’s staff of professional engineers, engineering technicians, inspectors, and administrative staff are responsible for the design and construction of city-initiated public development projects. The Division also oversees bidding of City Projects and provides development review services and permitting.

Ensuring Important Requirements are Met

The Division ensures that requirements are met for:

  • Annual Sidewalk and Street Program
  • Drainage
  • Sewers
  • Street Lighting
  • Traffic Impacts
  • Water

News & Information

AEP Energy Aggregation

AEP Energy is the official electric supplier for the City of Huber Heights under the Energy Aggregation Agreement with Energy Alliance. They have added some new enhancements to the electric aggregation enrollment process for those that want to “opt-in” to the program.

Eligible customers can now call in by phone to the AEP Energy Customer Care Team toll-free at 1-877-726-0214 (Monday through Friday 8 am to 7 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm EST).  The AEP Customer Care Advocate will confirm eligibility for that aggregation (within the boundaries of the community, non-PIPP, non-mercantile, etc.) and enroll the customer while they are on the phone. In addition to the phone enrollment process, AEP can now also take “opt-in” enrollments via the website.

Residents/small businesses would have to put in their information exactly as it is written on their DP&L bill to check their availability. Any questions, contact AEP at the above listed number or City Engineer, Russ Bergman 937-237-5816 

Information on Scams

Schedule an Inspection

You may schedule inspections for concrete work in the right of way by calling 937-237-5811. 24 hour notice must be given. 

  • Forms Inspection - After forms are placed, before concrete is poured.
  • Final Inspection - 10 to 14 days after work is complete and area is completely restored.

Scheduling Residential Site Plan Inspections: The City requires a 5-day business notice prior to scheduling a final site inspection. To schedule an inspection email us or call 937-237-5810.

Annual Reports