Straight From The Heart – March 17, 2020

City Hall 120 W Loveland, Loveland OH 45140  •  lovelandoh.gov  •  513-683-0150
City of Loveland officials have been continually monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in coordination with the Hamilton, Clermont and Warren County Health Districts, State of Ohio, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Based on Governor Mike DeWine’s direction, effective immediately, the City will be operating with essential personnel only.  The City will continue to provide essential services and our Police and Fire & EMS Departments will be operating at full capacity.

  • Effective at the end of business on March 16th, City Hall was closed to the public except by appointment only with all City services being conducted electronically.
  • All committee meetings have been canceled until further notice.
  • Utility payments can be made online at the City’s Website or by clicking here, or through the drive-up window or drop box at City Hall. If you have questions, call 513-707-1442
  • The Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) collects and distributes income tax for the City of Loveland.  You may access their website at www.ritaohio.com to e-File your return free of charge, download paper forms, and research frequently asked questions.  Residents can pay online to RITA by logging into MyAccount or pay by phone at 800-860-7482.  Please note that a 2.75 % service charge will be added to payments made by credit cards. City of Loveland staff members are not available to prepare your tax return at this time.
  • Building and Zoning permits can be submitted via email at [email protected]. If you have questions, call 513-707-1447.
  • Although Police and Fire operations will continue uninterrupted, public access to the Safety Center will be by appointment only.
  • City parks will remain open, although all restroom facilities will be closed to the public.
  • Public Works will be performing essential tasks only.
  • Rumpke will provide refuse and recycling services as normal.

Please note that for any emergency situations, please call 911.

For any and all questions; email [email protected].  This email will be monitored regularly.

Please understand we take these steps out of abundance of caution for City employees and the general public.  We will take every step necessary to maintain City operations and continue City services during the pandemic. We greatly appreciate your patience.

The City will continue to monitor developments related to the Coronavirus pandemic and will be updating you as information becomes available from our regional, state, and national agencies. A designated location on the City’s websites has been created with links to important relevant agencies, click here to go directly to that link.

Loveland City Council will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. at the Loveland Museum Center’s JoAnn Richardson History House, located at 201 Riverside Drive.  The purpose of the meeting is to consider legislation to declare a state of emergency in the City of Loveland due to the Coronavirus disease outbreak.  City Council will also consider any and all information or measures raised concerning the Coronavirus pandemic and the delivery of municipal services, and any other business as may properly come before the municipal body at the meeting may be considered and acted on.

To view the agenda and proposed legislation click here.

EDITORS NOTE: This information is provided by the city of Loveland, Ohio's website. Loveland Local News is not responsible for the content in this post. For more information, contact the city of Loveland City Hall at (513) 683-0150.

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