NOTABLE CLOSINGS: See what the winter storm has canceled or postponed

A winter storm is bringing snow, ice and freezing rain to the region, prompting hundreds of closings, including the following notable closures and cancelations:

Clark County:

  • Clark County Combined Health District: The health department and its clinics are closed Thursday. The office will reopen two hours late Friday.
  • Clark County Solid Waste District: The Solid Waste District’s Specialty Recycling event scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 5 has been canceled. The next recycling event will be held during regular hours on Thursday, Feb. 10.
  • Wittenberg University: The university will be closed on Friday, though classes may still take place remotely. Students are asked to check their email for messages from their instructors.
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Greene County:

  • City of Beavercreek: City Hall will be closed Friday due to weather. Administrative staff will work remotely. The Beavercreek Senior Center also is closed Friday.
  • City of Fairborn: The Fairborn City Building will be closed on Friday.
  • City of Xenia: City offices will be closed Friday and administrative staff will work from home.
  • Fairborn Municipal Court: The Fairborn Municipal Court will be closed.
  • Greene County Public Health: Offices are closed Friday. Regular hours will resume Monday.
  • Village of Yellow Springs: Government offices and the John Bryan Community Center will be closed Friday.
  • Wright-Patterson Air Force Base: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will be closed again Friday due to the winter storm and hazardous road conditions. Telework employees should continue to work or take appropriate leave, and people who are designated base- or mission-essential for current mission efforts will also continue to work. Base and mission-essential employees must use gates 12A or 19B. All other employees will be granted weather and safety leave. During the closure, only emergency medical care at the Wright-Patterson Medical Center will be available.
  • Wright State University: All classes at the Fairborn campus will be held remotely Thursday and Friday. The University’s Lake campus will move to remote classes starting at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
  • Wright State Men’s Basketball: The Wright State University men’s basketball game against Detroit Mercy scheduled for Thursday has been postponed and will be played at 7 p.m. Friday at the Nutter Center.

Miami County:

  • Miami County Park District: The parks will have a delayed opening Friday.
  • Miami County Public Health: Public Health will be closed Thursday and Friday.
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Montgomery County:

  • Dayton Art Institute: The Dayton Art Institute will be closed Thursday and Friday due to weather.
  • Dayton Metro Library: All library locations will be closed Friday.
  • Dayton Waste Collection: The City of Dayton has canceled its waste collection services on Friday.
  • Montgomery County Solid Waste District: The solid waste transfer and recycling station in Moraine will be closed on Friday.
  • National Museum of the U.S. Air Force: The museum will be closed Friday.
  • Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County: All WIC locations, the Reibold Public Health clinic and CarePoint Syringe Services will be closed Friday. The COVID-19 vaccine clinic scheduled for Saturday at Bethesda Temple is canceled.
  • Sinclair Community College: All campus locations will be closed Thursday and Friday, including clinicals and labs. Remote courses will go on as scheduled. Students should log onto eLearn and check for additional guidance. Employees will work remotely if able.
  • University of Dayton: All in-person classes Thursday and Friday are canceled, though instructors can convene classes online if they wish. Previously planned remote and online courses will continue as scheduled. Blended and hybrid classes should take place as possible. Employees who have the ability to work from home should. Public Safety, the Student Health Center, RecPlex, Kennedy Union Marycrest dining, Virginia W. Kettering dining and the Emporium will be open.