Visit this page for announcements about public hearings and other time sensitive postings.
General City of Mt. Healthy information: 513-931-8840 M-F 8am to 4:30pm
Mt. Healthy City Council meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Building at 7700 Perry St. Mt. Healthy, OH 45231
- Certified results list for Police Officer Exam of February 26th (pdf)
- 2015 MT. HEALTHY EVENT CALENDAR
- Spring 2015 Newsletter
- 2015 POOL HOURS / RATES / LESSONS
- Link to Videos of Mt. Healthy City Council meetings.
- Drug Addiction Recovery Information
ABOUT MT. HEALTHY
The history of our city is very unique in many ways. Mt. Healthy was first settled as a village in 1817, and was originally named Mt. Pleasant. With many of its citizens surviving the Cholera epidemic of 1850, this small community was later renamed as Mt. Healthy. Officially becoming a City in 1951, our city has prospered for over 190 years and, continues to flourish. Conveniently located, Mt. Healthy is just 15 miles north of Downtown Cincinnati, and minutes from I-275 and the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway. Our community consists of a collection of individually designed and unique homes situated among lofty trees that provide a natural and enchanting atmosphere. Mt. Healthy is a pleasant residential community striving to provide a quality way of life. Its strong tradition has attracted outstanding citizens dedicated to positive community value. View the Mt. Healthy Charter
The City of Mt. Healthy strives to be a fiscally sound and stable city providing to all of its residents and businesses a safe, viable, and clean environment, complemented with an excellent quality of life. The city will plan, construct, and maintain public facilities and public works infrastructures to provide for the health, safety, and welfare of all its residents and businesses. The city will strive to foster an environment conducive to the ongoing viability of its business district, and the development and promotion of cultural, recreational, and educational opportunities for all of its residents, while continuing to place a high value on public safety.
Adopted by Mt. Healthy City Council February 3, 1998.