City Services During COVID


City Services

Stability and continuity of critical City services is our goal during the COVID-19 pandemic. City offices are currently open, although due to the recent mask advisories issued by the CDC and Summit County Public Health, we are requesting visitors to our facilities wear masks indoors, even if they are vaccinated. Mask wearing is not mandatory. For those who do not wish to visit in person, we offer a variety of ways to work with the City and make requests from home.

Numbers to Call

  • General Inquiries: 330-650-1799
  • Police/Fire/EMS Non-Emergency: 330-342-1800
  • Hudson Public Power: 330-342-1710
  • Power Outage After Hours: 330-342-1715
  • Hudson Water: 330-342-1750
  • Community Development: 330-342-1790
  • Engineering: 330-342-1770
  • Velocity Broadband: 330-342-9544

Service Requests

City Buildings are Open

All City-owned and operated buildings are open to the public. Although not mandated, we ask that people wear masks when visiting due to the increase in cases from the Delta COVID variant. 

City Meetings

City Meetings are now open to the public. We are monitoring the recent increase in COVID cases, and will make changes as needed going forward.  Check our website homepage calendar for more information about a specific meeting. All meetings can be streamed live on our website at:  Watch Council Workshop and Meetings. The also can be viewed afterwards at the same link.

Engineering Permits

You can obtain engineering right-of-way permits and work with our engineering department by calling 330-342-1770 or emailing

Planning and Zoning Permits

You don't need to make a request in person for permits.  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