The City of Grandview Heights is working closely with Public Health and emergency officials as the COVID-19 situation rapidly evolves. With the announcements from the State of Ohio and Governor DeWine regarding additional measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Grandview Heights is taking steps to help with this effort. Beginning Monday, March 16, physical access to the Municipal Building and all other City facilities will be limited until further notice. We will still be open for business and delivering essential services to you by utilizing technology. Permit applications and phone numbers for all departments can be found at www.grandviewheights.org. Please call (614) 488-3159 during business hours if you have general questions.
As a reminder, the Grandview Center will be closing at 12:00 pm today (March 13) until further notice as a precautionary measure. All Parks & Recreation programs, activities, rentals, and events are canceled unless otherwise posted. Grandview Heights has a long-standing tradition of taking care of our fellow community members. Please heed the advice of our Public Health officials and wash your hands, avoid large crowds, and stay home if you are not feeling well.