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.
COVID-19 Update for City Facilities
The City of Oberlin is committed to the health and safety of its employees, visitors and the Oberlin community. In response to the level of COVID-19 transmission in Lorain County, the City recommends all visitors of City facilities adhere to the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC):
It Is Recommended For ALL VISITORS to:
– Wear a Mask Indoors –
– 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 walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinics at its offices (9880 S. Murray Ridge Road – Elyria, OH) and at various locations around Lorain County. You may also call 440-284-3206 to schedule an appointment.
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