Branch & Brush Pick-Up

Service Director Dan Livingston and City Council Representative Jerry Crowe have announced that the city’s annual branch/brush pickup will begin on Monday, June 8, 2020, and run for one week only.  They ask that all residents have their branches and brush to the curb before June 8th as there will only be one run through the entire city.  Please note that the branches must be no more than three (3) inches in diameter and no longer than four (4) feet in length.  Crews will only spend a maximum of 10 minutes at any residence.  Please contact the Service Director at 330-534-7755 with questions.

 

Responsible Restart Ohio

Governor Mike Dewine extended the Stay and Home order until the end of May and renamed the order to “Responsible Restart Ohio.”

With that being said, we are working diligently to secure a safe work environment for our employees and our residents prior to reopening the city building to the public.  I want to thank everyone for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.

The information below is a break down on mandatory and recommended measures from the health department and are designed to protect employees, guests, and customers.

MANUFACTURING, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSTRUCTION

Employees, Distributors, & Guests

Mandatory

  • Ensure minimum 6 ft between people, if not possible, install barriers
  • Businesses must require all employees to wear facial coverings, except for one of the following reasons:
  • Facial coverings in the work setting are prohibited by law or regulation
  • Facial coverings are in violation of documented industry standards
  • Facial coverings are not advisable for health reasons
  • Facial coverings are in violation of the business’s documented safety policies
  • Facial coverings are not required when the employee works alone in an assigned work area
  • There is a functional (practical) reason for an employee not to wear a facial covering in the workplace. (Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining why an employee is not required to wear a facial covering in the workplace. At a minimum, facial coverings (masks) should be cloth/fabric and cover an individual’s nose, mouth, and chin.)
  • Employees must perform daily symptom assessment
  • Require employees to stay home if symptomatic
  • Require regular handwashing
  • Stagger or limit arrivals of employees and guests
  • Have employees work from home whenever possible

Recommended Best Practices

  • Consider having distributors and guests wear face coverings at all times
  • Provide stipend to employees for transportation

Shift Pattern

Mandatory

  • Daily disinfection of desks and workstations
  • Change shift patterns (e.g. fewer shifts)
  • Stagger lunch and break times

Recommended Best Practices

  • Split into sub-teams, limit contact across sub-teams
  • Reduce pace to allow fewer full-time employees per line

Physical Spaces /Workstations

Mandatory

  • Ensure minimum 6 ft between people, if not possible, install barriers
  • Daily deep disinfection of high-contact surfaces
  • Space factory floor to allow for distancing
  • Regulate max number of people in cafeterias/common spaces
  • Establish maximum capacity

Recommended Best Practices

  • Close cafeteria and gathering spaces if possible, or conduct regular cleanings
  • Daily deep disinfection of the entire facility

Confirmed Cases

Mandatory

  • Immediately isolate and seek medical care for any individual who develops symptoms while at work
  • Contact the local health district about suspected cases or exposures
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible

Recommended Best Practices

  • Work with the local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications
  • Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures
  • Following testing, contact the local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing

GENERAL OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS

Employees & Guests

Mandatory

  • Ensure a minimum of 6 feet between people, if not possible, install barriers
  • Personnel should work from home when possible and feasible with business operations
  • Limit travel as much as possible
  • Stagger arrival of all employees and guests
  • Businesses must require all employees to wear facial coverings, except for one of the following reasons:
  • Facial coverings in the work setting are prohibited by law or regulation
  • Facial coverings are in violation of documented industry standards
  • Facial coverings are not advisable for health reasons
  • Facial coverings are in violation of the business’s documented safety policies
  • Facial coverings are not required when the employee works alone in an assigned work area
  • There is a functional (practical) reason for an employee not to wear a facial covering in the workplace. (Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining why an employee is not required to wear a facial covering in the workplace. At a minimum, facial coverings (masks) should be cloth/fabric and cover an individual’s nose, mouth, and chin.)
  • Employees must perform daily symptom assessment*
  • Require employees to stay home if symptomatic
  • Require regular handwashing by employees
  • Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations

Recommended Best Practices

  • Ensure seating distance of a minimum of 6 feet or more
  • Consider having customers wear face coverings at all times
  • Enable natural workplace ventilation
  • Health questionnaire for symptoms at entry
  • Temperature taking protocol

Physical Spaces / Workstations

Mandatory

  • Frequent disinfection of desks, workstations, and high-contact surfaces
  • Daily disinfection of common areas
  • Cancel/postpone in-person events when social distancing guidelines cannot be met
  • No buffet in the cafeteria
  • Utilize disposable tableware and other materials
  • Establish maximum capacity
  • Reduce the sharing of work materials
  • Post signage on health safety guidelines in common areas

Recommended Best Practices

  • Redesign/space workstations for 6 feet or more of distance
  • Close cafeteria and gathering spaces if possible, or conduct regular cleanings
  • Limit congregation in office spaces
  • Divide essential staff into groups and establishing a rotating shift
  • Availability of at least 3 weeks of cleaning supplies

Confirmed Cases

Mandatory

  • Immediately isolate and seek medical care for any individual who develops symptoms while at work
  • Contact the local health district about suspected cases or exposures
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible

Recommended Best Practices

  • Work with the local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications
  • Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures
  • Following testing, contact the local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing

Reopening of Ohio

The stay at home order is still in place.  If you don’t need to go somewhere, don’t go.  All vulnerable individuals should continue to shelter in place.  Employees who can telework should continue to whenever possible / feasible.  Schools and organized youth activities remain closed.  Large gatherings or socializing in groups of more than 10 is still prohibited.   This reopening plan is intended to protect the lives and livelihoods of Ohioans.

In accordance with the Governor’s office and the Director of Health, the State of Ohio will reopen under the guidelines set forth April 27, 2020.

Effective May 4, 2020 general offices, manufacturing, distribution and construction companies will be allowed to reopen.  All companies must follow the following guidelines:

Ohio’s Safe Business Practices for Getting Back to Work:

  1. No mask, no work, no service, no exception. Face coverings are REQUIRED for employees and clients/customers at all times.
  2. Conduct daily health assessments by employers and employees (self-evaluation) to determine if “fit for duty.”
  3. Maintain good hygiene at all times – hand washing, sanitizing and social distancing.
  4. Clean and sanitize workplaces throughout workday and at the close of business or between shifts.
  5. Limit capacity to meet social distancing Establish maximum capacity at 50% of fire code and, use appointment setting where possible to limit congestion.

Effective May 12, 2020 – under the new order, consumer, retail and service businesses will be allowed to reopen.  Face masks / face coverings are not mandatory for customers or guests but they are strongly recommended.  Businesses can still require customers to wear a mask.  All employees will be required to wear a face mask or covering.

Rules for Consumer, Retail and Service Businesses

Under the reopening, the following guidelines have been listed as mandatory for customers and guests of retail and service businesses:

  • Ensure minimum 6 ft between people
  • Specify hours for at-risk populations (e.g. elderly)
  • Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations
  • Ask customers and guests not to enter if symptomatic
  • Stagger entry of customers and guests
  • The following guidelines have been listed as “best practices” recommended for customers and guests of retail and service businesses:
  • Health questionnaire for symptoms at entry point
  • Provide face coverings upon entry
  • Where possible, accept customers by appointment only
  • Increase availability for curb-side pickup
  • Consider suspending return policies

For more specific information, please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.

A Message from Mayor Kyle

 

I would like to thank you for all your efforts and steps that you all are taking in flattening the curve of this pandemic.  The Governor’s Office along with Ohio Department of Health Director has amended the stay home order.  The new, updated stay at home order is in effect until May 1, 2020.  The order still urges all Ohioans to stay at home unless they are engaging in an essential activity or work.  They are now stressing that private gatherings and events be limited unless they are essential.

This new measures requires stores to limit the number of customers inside at one time.  I would like to encourage all Ohioans to utilize curbside service and delivery where available.

Campgrounds, public pools and those at private clubs and housing complexes will also be closed.  Playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts are all still closed.

These are measures that the Ohio Department of Health Director says will flatten the curve of the coronavirus.

Also new from the weekend is the recommendation to wear a mask or face covering when outside. The masks are recommended, NOT required.

Recent case numbers from the Trumbull County Combined Health District reported six new cases with a total of 92 cases in Trumbull County – Hubbard City is in Trumbull County. There have been a total of 7 deaths in the county.

I am urging all citizens to follow the instructions of the stay at home order diligently.  The only way this pandemic will continue to get better is if we follow what our health professionals are telling us to do.

Please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov for the directors updated stay at home order and for additional information.

I would also like to remind our community that Ohio House Bill 197 has allowed cities to extend the income tax filing date to July 15, 2020, matching the state and federal deadline.

Stay Healthy and Thank You,

Mayor Benjamin A. Kyle

Hippity-Hoppity Happenings in Hubbard

Due to COVID-19 cancelling Easter events, The Hubbard Eagle, along with Hubbard School Administration and Mayor Ben Kyle, would like to bring some Easter Joy to the children of our community with a physically distancing compliant visit from the Easter Bunny himself.

Our Hubbard Eagle and the Easter Bunny will drive through the streets of Hubbard this Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. We invite the entire community to participate by decorating your front windows or lawns to signal the Bunny.  Then, be on the lookout for the Hubbard Eagle and the Easter Bunny as they drive through your neighborhood.

Make sure to follow along with The Hubbard Eagle on Facebook as he goes live to “tail” the bunny as he travels through our community.

We’re In This Together

 

Just a few friendly reminders during this difficult and trying time.  When going out, whether for fresh air, exercise, work or to the stores, we all need to remember this is a hard time for all of us.

All stores and their employees have been working extra hard during the pandemic to get items on the shelves and assist customers with what they need.  Yes, there are long lines.  Yes,  they are out of items you want.  They understand your frustrations but they are individuals who are just a small piece in a very big puzzle and are trying to deliver the best service they can.

The limits placed on items is a good thing.  This allows everyone a chance to purchase what they need and helps the owners have a better chance on restocking.

Please stay home if you are sick.  Please respect physical distancing.  During this time, continue to look after each other, especially neighbors and family that are elderly.

Showing respect goes a long way.   Be patient, be kind, and be mindful.  We Are All In This Together and together we will get through this.

Letter from the Mayor

In response to the Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton signing a public health order on Sunday, March 22, 2020,  I am reaching out to you to inform you  the “stay at home order” begins at 11:59 pm Monday, March 23, 2020.  This order will be in effect until April 6, 2020.

I’d like to thank everyone for your understanding during this difficult time.  Our administration has been watching and working with other local and government officials to make certain everyone is as safe as possible.  I would also like to thank the city employees who continue to serve our city with the services needed that are vital to the people of this community.  COVID-19 will continue to affect each and every one of us in one way or another.  Governor Dewine and Ohio Department of Health Director Acton give daily updates and I encourage all residents to follow his instructions diligently.  The only way this pandemic will get better is if we follow what our health professionals are telling us to do.

In accordance with the Stay at Home Order issued by Director Acton, we would like to remind our residents to stay home and only leave for essential activities, essential government functions or to participate in essential business and operations.  All non-essential business and operations must cease.

Our parks will remain open for now – everyone should get out for a walk or run to get some exercise and fresh air.  Please remember to keep a good physical distance from one another.  Playgrounds and basketball courts are now closed.

This is a traumatic time for all of us; please treat the people that are still working to provide us with necessities with kindness.  Keep family members, friends, and neighbors in your prayers.  We will get through this!

Please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov for the director’s order to stay at home and additional information.

Thank You,

Mayor Benjamin A. Kyle,

Hubbard Restaurant Information

Here’s a list of restaurants in Hubbard and what they have reported will be doing during the mandatory restaurant and bar shutdown.

Remember – support our local businesses!

Belleria:  Open for carryout and delivery.  Menu is available at belleriaitalianrestaurant.com.  Phone:  330-534-0700.

C’s Waffles Family Restaurant:  Will remain open for take-out and local delivery orders.  Menu available at places.singleplatform.com/cs-waffles-family-restaurant/menu.  Phone:  (330) 534-7631.

City Subs:  Open for carry-out during normal business hours.  Delivery through Door Dash is available for the time being.  Phone: (330) 534-6000.

Dairy Queen (Hubbard):  Drive-thru will remain open.  Call in large orders to be picked up in the drive-thru.  Phone: (330) 568-4539.

DeOnna’s:  Open for take-out or curbside pick-up.  Their menu is available on their Facebook page.  Phone:  330-534-4762.

DiSilvio’s Family Grill:  Open for takeout and delivery from 8:00 AM-8:00 PM until the ban is lifted.  Menu is available at places.singleplatform.com/als-pub—grille.  Delivery to Hubbard only.  Phone: (330) 534-4980.

Francesco’s:  Open for take-out M-F 11-8 and Saturdays 4-8 (times subject to change).  Menu is available at hubbardfrancescos.com.  Phone:  (330)-534-8811 / 330-534-8848.

Hubbard Pizza Works:  Pick-up and delivery will be available.  Menu available at mypizzaworks.com.  Phone: (330) 534-1000.

Lena’s Pierogi House:  Open for carry-out and curbside pick-up.  Menu is available on their Facebook page.  Phone:  (234) 254-8532.

Main Moon:  Open for carry-out and delivery via (Doordash/Ubereats/Grubhub).  Menu available at 330-534-8880.chinesemenu.com.  Phone:   (330)-534-8880.

Matanin’s Eagle Grille & Tavern:  Take-out orders will be available.  Phone: (330) 534-7990.

Mi Ranchitos:  Open for carry-out.  Menu is available on their website (miranchitoshubbard.com).  Phone:  330-534-3803.

Pizza Joe’s (Hubbard):  Open for pick-up orders through the drive-thru window. Deliveries available for business and home between 11:00 AM-2:00 PM and for dinner from 4:00 PM-8:00 PM.  Menu available at pizzajoes.com.  Phone: (330) 534-0811.

Rhonda’s Emerald Diner:  Open every day from 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM until the ban is lifted for take-out orders.  Can pick-up at the drive-thru window.  Phone: (330) 534-7600.

The Gentry:  Carry-out only – Chicken Francaise Dinner on Wednesdays from 3-7; The Gentry Chicken or Swiss Steak Dinners on Fridays from 3-7.

The Globe Restaurant:  Open for carry-out.  Phone:  330-534-9725.

The New Manhattan:  Will stay open for carryout and possibly delivery.  Phone: (330) 534-7890.

The Third Time Around:  Open for carry-out orders only.  Will deliver to your car at the back door.  Phone: (330) 568-8144.

Wings Express Reloaded:  Will be taking carry-out orders.  Phone: (330) 534-8011.

Woodland Cellars:  Open for carry-out and delivery Wed – Sat 4-9 – limited menu is posted on their Facebook page.  Phone: (330-) 536-9988.

To restaurant owners – if you have anything else you want us to know please email me at d.madeline@cityofhubbard-oh.gov and I can update as needed.

Public Notice – UPDATE

MARCH 17, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE

With recent directives set forth by the Governor’s Office and the Ohio Department of Health and in an effort to increase social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the City of Hubbard has made the following day-to-day operation adjustments to protect the health and safety of our employees and community.

Effective Immediately and until further notice:

  • City of Hubbard Administration Building is CLOSED to the public.  Please call 330-534-3090 if you have any questions or concerns.
  • All utility payments ONLY CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS MAY BE PLACED IN THE BOX.  Money orders are conveniently available at several locations throughout the city and township at a minimal cost.  Those wishing to receive a receipt should include a request in the payment envelope and one will be mailed to you.
    • Residents/Tenants needing assistance with first/final reads for moving in/out of the City may call the office at 330-534-3054 to schedule the reads.  Applications for homeowners/tenants may be emailed and/or mailed upon request, along with instructions, for those requesting utilities in the City.
    • There will be no in-home appointments until further notice.
    • Several utility forms are available on the city website (cityofhubbard-oh.gov).
    • PLEASE NOTE – THERE IS NO “PROMISE TO PAY” LIST IN THE MAYOR’S OFFICE. THE OFFICE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST AND ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS AT 330-534-3054 FROM 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM.
  • Hubbard City Tax office will not be filing taxes in person.  Tax forms are available on the city website (cityofhubbard-oh.gov).  Please mail your city tax return or use the utility drop box at the front entrance.  We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions regarding your taxes, please call – 330-534-6299.
  • The Senior Center is CLOSED until further notice.
  • The Senior Van / Transportation has been suspended until further notice.

At this time, there has been no change to Mayor’s Court on Thursday, March 26, 2020.  If you need to make a payment, please send payment in the mail or you may come in during court (Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM).

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