The City of Mt. Healthy has a Charter form of government, known as a “Mayor-Council-Manager Plan”.  The powers of City government are distributed among the City, the electorate, the various elected and appointed officials, and the boards and commissions as provided under the provisions of the Charter.

As a resident of the City of Mt. Healthy you will have the opportunity to vote for representatives that hold the following positions: Mayor, City Council (seven are elected at large) and the President of Council. There is a Council meeting the first and third Tuesday of each month (except in June, July and August when meetings are held on the third Tuesday only) at 7:00 P.M. These meetings are held in the City Administration Building at 7700 Perry Street. Please come join and help shape the future of your community.

The goal of the administration of the city is to provide prompt, courteous, fair, and satisfactory service to all residents and businesses. The administration building is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. City employees are here to serve you and everyone should feel free to give our office a call with concerns, questions or comments. The city has several departments that will be able to answer your inquiries. If you still have questions, you are encouraged to discuss them with the City Manager, who works directly for the Mayor, and your problem will be addressed. The administration will strive to address every request, concern or issue that is brought before them.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 513-931-8840.

Bill Kocher
City Manager

To view the Mt. Healthy Charter, please click HERE.

Vision Statement

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