When should I call 911? When should 911 not be used?
911 is an emergency line. It is to be used for life or death emergencies, or situations that could become life or death emergencies. These reasons include, but are not limited to: reporting violence, requesting an ambulance, reporting a possible impaired driver, reporting hazardous conditions, etc.

Do not use the emergency 911 line for non-life-threatening issues such as reporting a power outage, reporting a lost or found animal, parking complaints, requests for the non-emergency number or other phone numbers, etc. If it is not a true emergency but you want to speak to the Police, call the regular number at 330-342-1800.

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1. Should I call 911 to report a power outage?
2. What should I do if I call 911 by accident?
3. When I call 911 from a cell phone, will the dispatcher know my exact location?
4. When should I call 911? When should 911 not be used?
5. If I observe suspicious behavior or circumstances, what should I do?
6. Is there a curfew in Hudson?
7. Is there a noise ordinance in Hudson?
8. Does the City of Hudson have Animal Control?
9. Will the Hudson Police Department check on my house while I am out of town?
10. Will the Hudson Police Department assist me if I lock my keys in my car?
11. Are permits required to solicit in Hudson?