Welcome to the City of
Huber Heights, Ohio

Huber Heights, Ohio is located at the true crossroads of America: I-70 and I-75. The City offers beautiful parks and recreational opportunities for every interest, a very diverse population representing many cultures; great schools and athletic programs. We have a strong business community and forward-thinking development opportunities in transportation logistics, research and development, high tech, light industrial, and a host of other enterprises. Our growing residential stock offers housing and lifestyle variety unmatched in our region. Family-centered residential development in beautiful wooded areas, urban settings, and semi-rural neighborhoods makes Huber Heights an attractive town to call home.

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The City of Huber Heights Here is some information from the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission regarding a free ridesharing option for displaced RTA riders during the strike. The City of Huber Heights Republic Services has cancelled their planned route changes for Huber Heights Customers indefinitely. All trash and recycle routes will remain as they currently are; therefore service will continue on the same days with no changes at this time. Republic Services will send a phone call and other announcements to customers very soon. Although there may be adjustments to a few addresses for a day or so as the route changes are cancelled, this decision was made to ensure the most consistency for Huber Heights customers at this time. If there are any pickup issues, please contact Republic Services service line at 800-543-1339. The City of Huber Heights Is it almost summer?!? These freezing temperatures have all of us hoping for warmer days ahead. Be on the lookout for 2017 Aquatic Center Season passes to go on sale. The bags below will be just one of the goodies we are giving out this season. Stay warm everyone! The City of Huber Heights Gift of Power | Dayton Power & Light
Open Vision Huber Heights Blog
May 05, 2016

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May 12, 2014
We commonly get questions about why items are passed by council as an “emergency”, along with the suggestion that things are being rushed through with...