COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

  1. How to pay Bill

    Stay At Home Order Extended to May 1st

    Due to the Ohio Department of Health Director's extended Stay at Home order, all public buildings and City Hall will remain closed from in-person visitors except for the Municipal Court and the Police Department's public lobby. Read on...
  2. Governor DeWine

    Stay at Home Order

    On Sunday, March 22th, under the direction of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D., MPH issued a director’s order to require all Ohioans to stay in their homes to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 Read on...
  3. Vote Ohio

    Vote-by-Mail in the 2020 Primary Election

    On March 25, 2020, the Ohio General Assembly passed H.B. 197, legislation aimed at dealing with the state’s response to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. Among other items, the bill set April 28, 2020, as the final day of Ohio’s primary election. Read on...
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    State of Emergency Declaration

    We certainly have been experiencing a difficult time in our world. The measures that are being taken to help flatten the curve and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus Read on...
  5. COVID-19 UPDATE_

    A Letter from Mayor Laubaugh

    COVID-19 UPDATE: Please read a letter from Mayor Laubaugh: This has certainly been a time like no other. Tomorrow begins a full week we have acted under Governor DeWine’s Stay At Home Order. Read on...
  6. City Hall and Public Building Partial Closures

    City Hall and Public Building Partial Closures

    City Hall and Public Building Partial Closures: We have been taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and listening to the recommendations and orders of the Medina County Health Commissioner, Ohio Department of Health Director and our Governor. Read on...
  7. Transfer Station Update

    Sanitation Department and Transfer Station Updates

    We have made some changes with the services offered by the Sanitation Department and Transfer Station in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to support the social distancing measures in the Stay At Home Order Read on...
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    City of Wadsworth Parks Remain Open

    We would like to remind you to follow the Stay at Home Order’s guidelines of social distancing while you are enjoying the City of Wadsworth parks. Please continue to keep 6’ in distance from one another and avoid group hikes as all green spaces Read on...
  9. Dog Park

    Dog Park Remains Open

    We ask the Dog Park users to continue to be diligent about adhering to the Social Distancing and Large Gathering portions of the Stay At Home Order. Read on...
  10. Skate Park Closed

    Valley View Skate Park is Closed

    Due to the Stay At Home Order which limits gatherings to 10 people or under, we have made the difficult decision to close the Skate Park until further notice. We tried to keep it open for outdoor recreation Read on...
  11. Playgrounds Closed

    Public Playgrounds Closed Until Further Notice

    We are following the Ohio Health Director's Stay At Home Order and closing our public playgrounds to help reduce the spread of the virus. Our parks, trails, and Interurban Trail will stay open for use with proper social distancing Read on...
  12. Court Website

    Administrative Order 01-2020

    The honorable Judge Stephen B. McIlvaine released an Administrative Order yesterday that outlines the Court's actions and changes over the next six weeks due to the pandemic emergency. Read on...
  13. Small Business Administration

    Ohio Small Businesses Now Eligible For SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans

    Thanks to a concerted effort by the state of Ohio and the U.S. Small Business Administration Ohio small businesses are now eligible for SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loans. Read on...
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    Parks and Trolley Line House Reservations Canceled

    All parks and Trolley Line House reservations have been canceled for the next 30 days, with an extended time frame as a possibility. Read on...
  15. City Hall Important Phone Numbers

    Important Phone Numbers

    We appreciate all the precautions our community is taking to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We want you to know there are ways to contact departments, pay your utility bill, income taxes, or court fees, or get information without coming to City Hall. Read on...
  16. Restaurants

    Wadsworth Restaurants Open For Carry Out and Delivery

    We have put together a list of Wadsworth food establishments that offer carry out and delivery. Please consider supporting your local restaurants during this difficult time by placing an order or purchasing a gift card to use later. Read on...
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    The Soprema Senior Center is Closed

    The City of Wadsworth has been in contact with the Medina County Health Department Commissioner regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Commissioner is recommending that we take a precautionary step and close the Soprema Senior Center and Cafe Read on...
  18. Council Meeting Cancellation

    City Council Meeting Cancelled

    The City Council meeting for this week was originally moved from the normal Tuesday evening (tonight) to Wednesday due to voting. The Council meeting scheduled for tomorrow has now been CANCELLED Read on...
  19. CPR

    CPR Classes Have Been Cancelled

    Due to the increased risk of COVID-19, the CPR classes have been canceled until further notice. Read on...
  20. Governor DeWine

    Restaurants and Bars are Closed Until Further Notice

    Governor Mike DeWine announced today that restaurants and bars will be ordered to close at 9 p.m. tonight until further notice Read on...
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PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 

Health experts continue to stress the best form of precaution against the virus is to be diligent with taking preventative measures. The suggested recommendations include:

• Wash your hands for 20 seconds or more with soapy water. If available, use hand sanitizer. Avoid handshaking.

• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.

• Avoid contact with people who are sick. Cover your mouth/nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing. If contact is necessary, maintain a six-foot separation from those who are sick.

• Stay home while you are sick and avoid contact with others. Also, attempt to maintain separation from others in your home if you are sick.

• Take extra precautions if you or those you have come in contact with have recently traveled to regions of countries with a high risk of exposure and/or outbreaks of COVID-19. If you are concerned, the State Department of Health’s Coronavirus hotline is 1-833-427-5634 that you can use to call and talk to someone.

• Get adequate sleep and eat well-balanced meals to ensure a healthy immune system.

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