Welcome to the City of
Huber Heights, Ohio

We hope you are having a great day and welcome to the Huber Heights Police Division website. I am confident you will find our website useful and informative. The Huber Heights Police Division is comprised of sworn and civilian personnel who are committed to providing professional and dedicated service to the community each and every day. We strive to make Huber Heights a safe place to those who live, work, recreate and travel through our city.

We pride ourselves in the variety of services offered to the community in an effort to keep Huber Heights safe for our residents, businesses and visitors. We will proudly remain focused on the needs of the community by communicating closely with the residents and welcome comments and suggestions concerning any aspect of the Huber Heights Police Division. We appreciate hearing about ways in which our employees have been able to assist you and recommendations for improving the service we provide.

The mission of the Huber Heights Police Division is committed to improving the quality of life in the City of Huber Heights by promoting partnerships between the community and police. Every member of the Police Division pledges to provide a service which will maintain a safe, peaceful environment through our core values.

As the Chief of Police, I would like to thank you for visiting our website and invite you back soon. Have a safe and productive day.

Mark Lightner

Mark Lightner
Chief of Police

Huber Heights Police Department Happy Holidays Huber Heights! Wishing everyone a safe and warm Christmas. City Hall office will be closed beginning at noon on December 24 and closed all day December 25th. Huber Heights Police Department The current salt shortage heading into the upcoming winter will affect Huber Heights Public Works Division capabilities to combat future snow removal incidents. What this means for the City of Huber Heights is only major thoroughfares may be able to receive treatments of salt. These thoroughfares shall be recognized as State Routes 201, 202, 4, 235, and may at times only receive salt treatments at intersections only. The remaining thoroughfares and areas of emergency concern, i.e. bridge decks, school areas, bus routes, dangerous hills and curves will receive salt treatments as weather conditions become suitable and the application will be effective. Dependent upon current weather conditions or forecasts these areas may only receive pre-treatments of salt brine. The remaining residential areas will likely only receive treatments of snow being plowed only when there are accumulations of 4 or more inches. In effort to further conserve salt usage the City will be utilizing salt combined with other deicing chemicals such as sugar beet juice and calcium chloride to further reduce the amounts of salt utilized. Please note these types of treatments are only effective in various weather conditions. The use of salt brine and other deicing chemicals has and will continue to reduce the amount of salt required for combating inclement weather conditions. Please note not every inclement winter weather incident is the same and can be very different from one to the last. Each of these has many variables that will always affect the method of treatment or course of action the City is able to utilize. During cases of inclement weather the City will make every feasible effort to keep the roadways as safe as possible. Huber Heights Police Department Huber Heights- City Hall shared Every Warrior Plays Project - Help Save Wayne Sports's photo. Huber Heights Police Department On December 11, 2014 we completed our third and final pass of leaf pick-up through all city streets. If you should still have leaves to remove from your yard, we would encourage you to bag them up to be picked up with your trash collection service or take them to the Yard Waste Site. The Yard Waste Site will remain open weekdays from 7:30 am until 2:30 pm for leaf or Christmas tree disposal until January 2, 2015, excluding holidays or inclement weather conditions. Thank you and have a Happy Holiday Season! Huber Heights Police Department Amazon.com: Humane Society of Greater Dayton: Humane Society of Greater Dayton Wish List Huber Heights Police Department Tuesday December 9, we will be picking up leaves starting in section #1 moving numerically north throughout the city. Weather permitting this is and will be our third and final pass through out the city.We encourage you to bag and/or take any remaining leaves to the Yard Waste Site or out with your trash collection service for pick up. Should you have any further questions concerning leaf pick up, please call the Public Works Division at 937-233-1562. Thank you and have a great day!