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Mayor Schweller and the leadership of the City of Bellbrook remain diligent in monitoring the current information regarding the risks and concerns of the coronavirus. We are a home-rule charter City which allows us the ability to enact policies and respond accordingly to emergency situations such as this. We are committed to the health and welfare of the entire community and will continue to take necessary steps to protect all. We hope that citizens are able to use this website as a singular source of community information. Information will continually be updated as needed.
Mayor Schweller Declares State of Emergency
On March 23, 2020, Mayor Schweller declared a state of emergency. This was done as a follow up to the most recent order for Ohio residents to not leave their homes unless out of necessity which goes into effect the evening of the 23rd. At the time of signing the declaration, federal, Ohio state and Greene County officials have all already declared their own emergency. The first case of COVID-19 has also been confirmed in Greene County as well.
This declaration stresses the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to the City of Bellbrook and its citizens and directs citizens to follow all guidelines and directives issued at the state and local levels.
The declaration also outlines the city's commitment to dedicating resources necessary in order to protect public health and safety.
To read Mayor Schweller's Declaration of Emergency, you can do so by CLICKING HERE.
Effective immediately, the Bellbrook Museum will be closed until further notice.
All City buildings are closed to the public until further notice.
All City Council and Board meetings will be held virtually through the month of May.
Any events that were previously scheduled are cancelled until further notice including but not limited to:
Future closures and cancellations will be assessed and communicated accordingly.
The Ohio Department of Health has set up a call center for anyone to call with questions regarding COVID-19. The call center is staffed seven days a week from 9am-8pm and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).
Call center staff includes licensed nurses and infectious disease experts. They will be available to answer questions and provide accurate information about COVID-19, the risk to the public, and the state’s response.
Please do not call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room if you are experiencing mild symptoms. If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms or are having an emergency, please call 9-1-1 and tell dispatchers about your symptoms and any travel history or possible exposure.
As information is rapidly changing, we encourage you to gain your information from credible resources. We do caution you to regularly take a break from the media as we are all constantly inundated with information. A list of recommended resources are linked below:
Center for Disease Control
Ohio Department of Health
Greene County Department of Health
Unfortunately, during times such as these, individuals try to take advantage of folks. With a lot of people working from home and relying on computers and checking updates on the situation, please be careful what you are clicking and opening. Phishing emails pertaining to the virus look very real and even appear to come from the Center for Disease Control. If you id not sign up for alerts, do not open these emails.
Also, do not download the Johns Hopkins virus update map from any location other than the real John Hopkins website as it has been cloned and is being used to infect systems with malware.
Please also be diligent in researching any group or organization that you are planning to give money to to help a various cause.
Feel free to reach out to our Police Department if you have questions or have fallen victim to a scam.
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