Loveland, Ohio – Following the “Stay-at-Home or Shelter-in-Place” order from Governor DeWine, effective at the end of business on Monday, March 23 building and zoning permits and applications have suspended.

No applications will be accepted until further notice. Existing permits received prior to the end of business on Monday, March 23 will be processed in the order they were received.

According to City Hall, is anticipated that the suspension will last until April 6 and may be extended further.

For questions regarding building permits and applications call 513-707-1447 or email: bnoel@lovelandoh.gov. For questions regarding zoning permits and applications, you may also, call 513-707-1450 or email: ewisby@lovelandoh.gov.



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