Area cancellations due to coronavirus

Many businesses have closed temporarily or announced new hours in response to coronavirus concerns:

All restaurants and bars have been ordered to close by Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton. Carry-out and delivery options are still available.

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Ambercrombie & Fitch has closed all stores in North America until March 28.

Apple has closed all stores outside of China until March 27.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is temporarily closed until further notice.

Cincinnati Children's is postponing and rescheduling all elective surgeries, according to a news release from the hospital network. An elective surgery is one that has been previously scheduled and which a provider has carefully reviewed and feels it is safe to cancel at this time. Families will be contacted via phone call if their child's surgery is impacted.

Cox, Wegerzyn and Carriage Hill buildings are closed until further notice as of noon on Monday.

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Dayton Art Institute closed starting March 13 and will remain closed through at least Sunday, April 5.

Dayton Five Rivers MetroParks has canceled all group meetings, volunteer group activities and educational programming through at least April 5. Parks will remain open and restrooms with outside entrances will stay open. Currently all shelter and camping permits that have been issued can continue. However, if members of the public choose to cancel rentals because of coronavirus concerns, all fees will be refunded and cancellation and change fees waived.

Dayton Mall tenants, at 2700 Miamisburg Centerville Road, are individually following guidance from their owners or corporate leadership, according to the mall's website.

Dayton Metro Library branches, Troy-Miami County library branches and Washington-Centerville library branches are closed for an undetermined time.

Dayton Police Department will cancel or suspend all community engagement events, including community meetings, events and department-sponsored training and canceled all ride-alongs. The department said its volunteer Neighborhood Assistance Officers would not report for duty and officers would not be present at neighborhood association meetings. These changes are scheduled to last through April 15.

Everlane is temporarily closing its stores, but their online shop will remain open.

Huber Heights city offices are closed other than for essential personnel. Monday's city council meeting was held via video conference and is available on the city's website.

Kettering city officials have closed all parks, recreation and arts indoor facilities will close until at least April 30, including Fraze Pavilion. Outdoor parks remain open and city council meetings will still go on as planned, said Kettering spokeswoman Mary Azbill.

Kroger will reduce its hours from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. to allow employees to restock and to clean stores. Restrictions on quantities for some products are in effect.

Lululemon is limiting store hours to noon to 6 p.m. and suspending store-based gatherings, such as yoga classes and running clubs.

Montgomery County Environmental Services administration has made the decision to close the front lobby area of its 1850 Spaulding Road location in Kettering. This means payments will be accepted online, over the phone at 937-781-2688 or by using a drop box at one of the following locations: Montgomery County Environmental Services, 1850 Spaulding Road, Kettering; Montgomery County Administration Building, 451 W. Third St., Dayton; Centerville Government Center, 100 W. Spring Valley; Moraine Government Center, 4200 Dryden Road; and the Harrison Twp. Government Center, located at 5945 N. Dixie Drive.

Montgomery County Juvenile Court trials, hearings and proceedings in delinquency, traffic, civil and abuse, neglect and dependency and adult cases are hereby suspended and continued until after May 4 until further order of the court, except the following types of hearings: initial hearing for detained youth; emergency removal/shelter care hearings; ex party orders in civil actions; ex party juvenile protection orders. In all Montgomery County Juvenile Court matters that are currently pending, Counsel and any Pro Se parties shall be contacted by the Court Services Department that their matter is continued and that a future Court date by notice and summons will be issued with the new Court date, according to Judge Anthony Capizzi.

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is temporarily closed until further notice.

Oakwood Community Center (OCC), including the Health Center, closed effective Saturday, March 14. All classes, programs and activities at the OCC are cancelled while the OCC is closed. The OCC currently plans to reopen April 6.

Ohio Judicial Conference's annual technology meeting schedules for April 14 has been canceled due to the coronavirus crisis.

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Ohio Dental Association and Ohio State Dental Board are directing dentists and dental professionals to postpone and reschedule elective procedures. Dental professionals still should provide access to necessary and emergency services.

Patagonia is temporarily closing their stores. They are also halting online orders.

Riverside city offices are closed until further notice. The city council meeting will still take place as planned on Thursday, but the agenda will be shortened.

Second Street Market, Carriage Hill Riding Center and Adventure Central are closed until further notice.

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Urban Outfitters is closing stores globally until March 28.

Walmart is reducing hours to 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. to allow more thorough cleaning and sanitizing and stocking. Stores that have already reduced their hours will continue to work on those hours.

Washington Twp. closed all of its facilities until further notice on Monday and township employees are now working from home, according to Township Administrator Jesse Lightle. Public safety personnel will continue to report to work.

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