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Welcome to Northwood

City offices are now open to the public. We ask that everyone wears a face covering when entering the building. If you do not have one, the City will give you a face mask to wear for the duration of your time in the building. Please be patient as we work towards regaining a sense of normalcy in the City and our offices. Thank you for your understanding! 

masks required


Complete the form below to reserve a free City of Northwood face mask - while supplies last!





From the Ohio Department of Health, click here for everything you need to know to prepare and protect yourself from the Coronavirus.

City Offices will be closed on the following dates:
Thursday, November 26 - Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 27 - Day after Thanksgiving
Thursday, December 24 - Christmas Eve
Friday, December 25 - Christmas Day
Thursday, December 31 - New Year's Eve
Friday, January 1, 2021 - New Year's Day

Latest News

latest COVID update

NOTICE: Ohio Department of Health and Gov. DeWine’s latest as of January 13, 2021

  • THIS WEEK: On Thursday (1/14/21), the Ohio Department of Health will launch a tool on coronavirus.ohio.gov to assist citizens looking for a provider that has been allotted vaccines. The tool will be searchable by zip code or county, but it will not be updated in real-time. It is critical that those eligible to receive a vaccine consult local sources to determine up-to-date vaccine availability. 
  • WEEK OF JANUARY 18: Vaccine providers will begin receiving their first allotment of vaccines for those ages 80 and older. Vaccines will be delivered on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Each provider will begin administering vaccines the day after they receive their shipment. All vaccines must be distributed within seven days.
  • WEEK OF JANUARY 25: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 75 and up following the same process outlined above. Vaccinations will also be available to those with severe congenital, developmental, or early-onset medical disorders. Additional information on how these individuals can choose to receive their vaccines is forthcoming.
  • WEEK OF FEBRUARY 1: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 70 and up following the same process outlined above.
  • WEEK OF FEBRUARY 8: Vaccinations are anticipated to begin for those ages 65 and up following the same process outlined above.
  • Senior citizens with questions on the vaccination process are urged to contact the Area Agencies on Aging at www.aging.ohio.gov or by calling 1-866-243-5678.

Notice of Civil Service Testing

civil service exam