The City of Oberlin’s highest priority is the health and safety of our employees and the Oberlin community. With the COVID-19 situation continually developing, please be assured that the City of Oberlin is actively taking measures to prevent the potential spread and impact of COVID-19, and is dedicated to providing the community with updated information as it arises. Please view the tabs below for a range of information related to the COVID-19 situation.
City Facilities Open to the Public
City facilities are once again open the public, beginning June 14, 2021. The City appreciates members of the public who choose to visit City facilities adhering to the guidance and recommendations provided by the CDC, the Ohio Department of Health and Lorain County Public Health.
Fully Vaccinated Visitors Do No Have to Wear a Mask
(Fully vaccinated is considered 2 weeks after final vaccination dose)
Until Vaccinated, It Is Recommended To:
– Wear a Mask –
– Maintain Social Distancing –
***Please Stay Home If You Feel Sick***
You may still choose to conduct City business online or over the phone.
Please see the information below to obtain a COVID-19 vaccination.
Ohio COVID-19 Vaccination Program
All Ohioans age 12+ are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. Lorain County Public Health has launched online registration for COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Vaccine clinics are scheduled at various locations around Lorain County.
Or visit https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ for other vaccine providers.
If you’d prefer to schedule an appointment over the phone or need transportation to a clinic
Resources to Help Senior Citizens Register for COVID-19 Vaccines:
- Lorain County Office on Aging: 440-326-4800
- El Centro de Servicios Sociales (For seniors with valid email addresses – Will also assist with Spanish-speaking individuals): 440-277-823
- United Way of Greater Lorain County: Dial 211
- VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System (For veteran seniors who use the VA): 216-707-7660
Ohio Public Health Order Update
On June 2, 2021, the vast majority of health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic will be rescinded. Businesses may choose to maintain mitigation measures (masking, social distancing, etc.) and individuals may choose to practice mitigation measures.