City Council Overview
The City of Huber Heights was incorporated as a City on January 23, 1981. On November 8, 1983, voters approved a City Charter which gave Huber Heights home rule powers and established a modified council/manager form of government effective January 1, 1984.
Form of Government
The council/manager plan is a form of local government developed in the United States to help cities cope more effectively, efficiently, and economically with increasingly complex local problems. It provides for a professional executive appointed by, and continuously responsible to, a popularly elected City Council.
City Council & the Mayor
The Huber Heights City Council consists of eight Councilmembers and a Mayor. Six Councilmembers are elected from distinct areas or “wards” of the city and two are elected city-wide or "at large." The Mayor is elected at large and serves as a non-voting “Presiding Officer” of Council as well as an ex-officio member of the City Council committees.
Rules of Council
The City Council operates under the Rules of Council which are adopted by the City Council in accordance with the City Charter.
Live Streaming, Videos & DATV
There is live streaming available of the video of the City Council Meetings and the Council Work Sessions. There are also video recordings of all past City Council Meetings and Council Work Sessions available on the City’s website which can be played on demand. These videos are located under the tab marked "Meeting Live Streaming and Videos" or under the tab marked “Meeting Information and Audio/Video” in the "City Council" section of the website. Further information on the live streaming and on-demand video is available at the following links:
The meeting videos of the Huber Heights City Council are also broadcast by Dayton Access Television (DATV) on Spectrum Cable as follows:
- Second and Fourth Tuesdays of each month at 5:00 p.m. on Channel 6 (Huber Heights)
- Second and Fourth Fridays of each month at 7:00 a.m. on Channel 6 (Huber Heights)