Administration

Springdale’s actions in response to the Coronavirus

NOTE: This page will be updated as the City of Springdale evaluates its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.   Scroll down to see the latest information.

For the latest information from County, State and National officials on COVID-19:

https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/

 

Springdale Health Department Updates:

https://www.springdale.org/health-department.aspx

 

Call the Ohio Department of Health hotline 1-833-ASK-ODH (open from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.)

 

Sign up for ALERT-HC text alerts here: http://alerthc.org/


On behalf of the City officials and staff, we appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter. Springdale continues to be committed to protecting the health, safety, and wellness of our residents, businesses, patrons, and employees. If you are ill or show symptoms of illness, we encourage you to contact your primary care physician and avoid unnecessary public interaction.

Mayor and Administration Update: March 24, 2020:

On March 22, 2020, the Director of the Ohio Department of Health issued a “Stay at Home Order” to residents and businesses in Ohio. The Mayor and Administration have implemented changes to City services in order to comply with the order, maintain essential City services to residents and businesses, and protect the health and safety of our employees. These changes are expected to stay in effect during the term of the Stay at Home Order, which is currently set to expire at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 6th.


Mayor’s Court
All sessions of the Springdale Mayor's Court are cancelled. The Mayor’s Court is currently expected to resume on April 15th. Notice of rescheduled hearings has been mailed to impacted individuals. If you have questions, please call (513) 346-5760.


Police Department
The Police Department is an essential service and will continue normal operations. 


Fire Department
The Fire Department is an essential service and will continue normal operations. 


Parks and Recreation
The Community Center is closed. 

 

Municipal Building Operations
The municipal building is open to the public during the normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. Hours of operations of individual departments within the building are listed below. Completed job applications may be dropped off at a box outside of the Administrative offices.


Administrative Offices 
Administrative Offices are closed to the public. 


Health Department 
The Health Department is open and will continue normal operations. 

 

Tax & Finance Department 
The Tax & Finance Department is closed to the public. As a reminder, the deadline for filing the 2019 City of Springdale tax return and payment of any balance owed has been changed from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.  Click here for more information.  



Public Works
The department will continue to function on a limited basis with reduced staffing.  During this time period, the following non-essential services will be temporarily suspended: 

 • Chipper service
 • Debris Removal Program (DRP) — notification via phone calls placed to residents of cancellation of previously scheduled service
 • All landscaping, including mulching, weeding and weed spray applications
 • All decorations
 • Mowing of non-priority ROW areas
 • Street sweeping
 • Urban forestry (outside of emergencies)
 • Cemetery maintenance (outside of mowing)
 • Cleaning catch basins (outside of emergencies)
 • Paper pick-up
 • Street light repairs
 • Street sign replacements (excluding regulator signs)


Building Department
The Building Department will be open to the public, but services will be limited as follows:
 • Inspections for permits in occupied residential addresses will be suspended during this time period

Inspections for multi-family, commercial, ongoing construction, and residential non-minor work permits will continue to be provided.