Mayor Neugebauer Issues State of Emergency for the City of Green
GREEN, OH, March 16, 2020 – Today, Mayor Gerard Neugebauer issued executive order of a State of Emergency for the City of Green. The order will provide the City of Green the ability to access local, state and federal funding as necessary to combat the COVID-19 crisis impacting our country.
At this time, there has not been any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our community; however, there are two confirmed cases in Summit County. According to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), the pandemic is community spread, which means the virus is spreading without known direct contact and without a known travel history to an infected area. According to ODH, when community spread occurs it is assumed 1% of the population is infected.
In addition to the executive order, the City of Green is establishing a Department Operations Center (DOC) for the City to work in coordination with County and State emergency management teams.
Throughout this crisis, some city functions and operations will be suspended. To date the City of Green has cancelled all meetings non-essential to the operation of the City, events and City-sponsored programs.
For updates, please visit www.cityofgreen.org/covid-19
View the state of emergency executive order.
The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 25,000 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit www.cityofgreen.org.