City Statements and Announcements

  1. City Takes Action Under State Emergency
  2. Joint Community Statement

Huber Heights Takes Actions under National and State-wide Emergency

The leadership within the City of Huber Heights remains diligent in monitoring the current information regarding the risks and concerns of the Coronavirus.  Huber Heights is a home-rule chartered City, and in as much has the ability to enact policies and make decisions that best serve is citizens including under critical and emergency situations.  Considering the current states of emergency declared by President Trump and Governor DeWine, city leadership immediately went into action to establish policies and take actions to provide unimpaired services within the city with significant caution and commitment to ensure the health and safety of all residents.

Mayor Gore has convened city management to create and provide ongoing efforts to remain proactive in anticipating and providing for the increasing measures needed to provide for the health and safety of the community while making sure city services continue without disruption or long-lasting adverse effects.  As a result, the following Order and Directive will take effect immediately:

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 2020-001: Workplace Infectious Disease Outbreak Control and Response

Appendix 1:  Limited EMS patient transport to Emergency Rooms with Mild Symptoms

Over-the-phone Police Reporting for Non-Emergency Routine Complaints

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 2020-002: Suspension of Water Service Disconnections

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 2020-003: Holding Required Public Meetings Remotely; ACTIVE Level of Precaution

Check the Carousel Below for All Current Orders

Public Health List of Businesses Under Investigation

Public Health List of Businesses Ordered Closed

The leadership of Huber Heights will continue to monitor and evaluate operations and policy under these current states of emergency and is prepared to take any additional actions to support the health and safety of the city.

The City of Huber Heights employees and officials are currently under a ACTIVE status level for workplace infection control and reponse.  Social Distancing is being practiced with City buildings closed for access to any other than essential personnel, non-required public meetings are cancelled or postponed, and required public meetings will be conducted remotely.

Current Orders and Announcements

Ohio Stay-At-Home Order

OhioShelterInPlaceOrder 1

Current City Workplace Level


Order for Remote Public Meetings


Modified Police and Fire Response


Suspending Water Disconnects


City Workplace Policy


Restaurants Carry Out Only


Declaring State of Emergency


Prohibit Mass Gatherings


Court Closure

  1. YMCA Offers Critical Care Day
  2. DP&L Defers Disconnection for Nonpayment
  3. Charter Offers 60 Days Free Spectrum Broadband to New Student Households

Several Branches of the YMCA of Greater Dayton including the Huber Heights Branch are offering a day cam for children of hospital staff and first responders.  These critical care professions are faced with unique situations requiring them to be ready to respond to the needs of the community, and this program offered by the YMCA provides a day care option to help keep thee professionals at work and avaialble to serve.

For more information about the other programs, services and facilities of the YMCA during this period of restrictions visit

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