Stability and continuity of critical City services is our goal during this ongoing crisis. While our offices are closed to the public, we remain committed to providing quality services to the community. Here are some of the ways you can still do business with the City from the comfort and safety of your home.
Numbers to Call
City Buildings Closed The following City buildings are closed until further notice:
- City Hall, Town Hall, Public Works, Hudson Public Power, Hudson Community TV, Hudson Water Plant, Parks Office, Cemetery Office.
- Park playgrounds, ball fields, basketball courts, pavilions, restrooms. Trails are open. Please practice safe social distancing when using our parks.
- Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club.
- Barlow Community Center
- Council and Board meetings are closed to the public, but will be done virtually online.
Council, Board and Commission meetings are closed to the public. The City is working to hold those meetings virtually online. Check our website homepage calendar for more information about a specific meeting.
Meetings can also be watched on Hudson Community TV. Public comments can be submitted via email to the Clerk of Council at email@example.com. Comments received will be forwarded to elected officials.
You can still obtain engineering right-of-way permits and work with our engineering department by calling 330-342-1770 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hudson Public Power
We are minimizing the number of employees in our offices and are using social distancing to help protect the health and safety of staff. As part of American Municipal Power (AMP) we have additional resources in place to call upon should the need arise. We have canceled in person meetings with citizens but will continue to keep the power running in Hudson.
Hudson WaterThe water plant staff is practicing social distancing and working in isolation as much as possible to protect the health and safety of our staff. The water plant is cleaned daily, but even greater measures have been instituted to keep the staff safe with this pandemic. The City can assist other water systems and can receive assistance from various water systems in the area should the need arise. We also can utilize the statewide mutual aid system called Ohio WARN. All in person meetings with citizens have been canceled, but we will continue to perform work outside as needed.
Planning and ZoningYou still can obtain permits for home renovations or construction through our website or by calling or emailing Community Development. To apply for a zoning or development permit, visit the Zoning page. Please contact staff for any assistance we can provide at (330) 342-1790 or email@example.com.
The Hudson Public Works Department staff is continuing to provide urgent and emergency services. Contact 330-342-1750 for the following services:
Safety ForcesWe are fully staffed and prepared to answer emergency calls as needed. For non-emergency situations, call 330-342-1800 and we will take as much information as possible by phone. Do not come to our safety center or police station unless it is an emergency.
Please don’t call 911 if you think you have COVID-19 and have mild or no symptoms. Contact your doctor rather than using 911. Call 911 only for emergencies such as trouble breathing, chest pains, strokes, or other issues that need immediate emergency care. Finger-printing services, as well as the prescription drop-box have been suspended at this time.
Utility Information Hudson is prepared to face this crisis and keep our utility services flowing to you around the clock. Our crews are fully staffed and focused on serving you while putting appropriate protective measures in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Keep in mind our field personnel perform most of their work outside of homes and businesses, with minimal interaction with customers or the general public. When such interactions are required, appropriate preventive measures like social distancing will be in place to help protect all parties.
We know our customers’ normal routines may be disrupted during this time. We will continue to send out bills for our services. However, to help customers who are facing financial difficulties, we have suspended all service shutoffs for past-due accounts until further notice.
- Pay Your Utility Bill Online
- You can also drop off payments in the drop box at the entrance of City Hall, 1140 Terex Roa