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Posted on: May 12, 2020



This past Saturday, the City expanded DORA guidelines in an effort to support our struggling downtown businesses. While signs were posted encouraging social distancing, groups were observed congregating on the sidewalks along West Loveland Avenue. To address this issue, the City has been working with the businesses to improve pedestrian traffic on the sidewalks. A-frame signs reading, “Please Do Not Congregate on Sidewalks” will be added along West Loveland Avenue as well. Outdoor seating areas will be expanded to include picnic tables in front of City Hall, at the Jackson Street Market (near Alley Boutique), along with additional tables being added to Nisbet Park.

Tables are being placed six feet apart to encourage social distancing, and we encourage patrons to adhere to the same distancing guidelines put in place by Governor DeWine and Dr. Acton to reduce the spread of COVID-19 as our businesses begin to reopen.

The City will continue to work with our local businesses to make every effort to protect our visitors.

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