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The City does not require a permit to hold a garage sale. However, the City does require that garage sale signs be registered with the Community Development Department. Fill out the online Garage Sale/Temporary Sign Registration form. There is no fee.
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Hudson EMS conducts an Emergency Medical Technician course at the Basic level twice a year. It meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. for approximately 17 weeks. The class will also meet four to six Saturdays during that period from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. The first session starts in January the same week that Kent State University starts the spring semester. It runs until mid-May. The second session starts in August and coincides with Kent State University's fall semester. It runs until mid-December. The course is $900, but free to members that agree to a two-year commitment after completing the course and begin running as an uncovered member. For more information call 330-342-1842.
Red - Electric power lines, cables, conduit and lighting cables.Yellow - Gas, oil, steam, petroleum or gaseous materials. Orange - Communication, alarm or signal lines, cables or conduit. Blue - Potable water. Purple - Reclaimed water, irrigation and slurry lines. Green - Sewers and drain lines. Pink - Temporary survey markings.White - Proposed excavating. Ohio Utilities Protection Service
2) Hudson also requires a separate check, which can be done online using the Deer Check Form or by completing the form enclosed in the deer hunting permit packet and returning it to the Hudson Police Station. You also may check a deer by phone (330) 342-1800. The separate check allows Hudson officials the ability to gauge the efficacy of the deer management program, as the State of Ohio only breaks down deer harvest by county, not by municipality.
The next hydrant flushing is scheduled for October 12 through 23, 2020. (LAST UPDATED 10/1/20)
Please drive with caution when crews are in the streets flushing hydrants.
Avoid washing laundry during the scheduled flushing tines, as the flushed sediment could discolor white clothing. Wait until the water runs clear at the tap, then wash a load of dark clothes first.
No. Due to the size of the leaf collection equipment and the potential to damage private property, the City’s leaf collection program will pick up leaves ONLY along the City’s publicly maintained streets. Therefore, residents living on private streets or within private condominium developments will need to place their leaves along the tree lawn area of the public street closest to their private street entrance.
No. Please refrain from parking on the street during your leaf collection weeks.
No. Debris such as garden materials, brush, tree branches and twigs, grass clippings, cans, paper, bottles, construction materials, etc. cause damage to equipment and cause injury to the leaf collection personnel.
Yes. Remove temporary/portable basketball hoops off of the street and away from the curb or edge of the pavement. These items protrude into the path of the leaf vacuum machines and will cause damage to the machine and the basketball hoop system.
Yes! Leaf mulching is a way to use your lawn mower to feed your lawn. "Leave Autumn Leaves on your Yard for Healthy Yard and Clean Water" by Summit Soil and Water Conservation District (SSWCD) has more information.
Assess your leaf piles. Are the leaves in a row along the edge of the street free of debris and obstructions? Please amend the collection area and the truck will be back around to collect the leaves on your next scheduled collection week.
No. The City does not repair damage caused by leaves or incidental damage to the berm area.
You may report larger damage claims on the City's website by locating "Report it!" on the homepage.
You may submit a Public Records Request Form online, email Jody Roberts, or call (330) 342-9539.
To hold an event on City-owned property you must first complete and submit a Special Event Application form, along with supporting documents.
Event dates are assigned on a first come first served basis, with previous years' events having the right of first refusal for the same weekend. Due to the large volume events held each year, there are very few open weekend dates from April through October. Please speak with Rhonda Kadish regarding available dates. For more information, visit the Special Events page.
The Parks Department is part of the Public Works Department and the office is located at 1140 Terex Road. The office hours are 8-4:30 Monday-Friday.
Yes. Section 648.14 of the Codified Ordinances lists unnecessary, excessive, or offensive noise or sound to include loud music, barking dogs, etc. In addition, Land Development Code Section 1207.10 (a)(3)E states no person shall use construction equipment or perform construction operations between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday through Saturday or between the hours of 7 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sunday (and all holidays observed by the City of Hudson) or after 5 p.m. on Sunday within a residential area, or within 500 feet of a school. See the full Code text here.
For more information visit the Hudson Police Department Vacation Watch Program.
The Connectivity Plan has been renamed the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan.
The plan assists the City of Hudson with funding and planning future sidewalks within Hudson. It helps us coordinate connections to other regional trails and walkways in our area with the goal of continually improving safe and practical community-wide bicycle and pedestrian activity in the community.
View the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan map here.
The proposed sidewalks and trails will allow residential neighborhoods to connect to parks, trails, to downtown, neighborhoods, and schools, therefore allowing safe, community-wide, non-vehicular travel in Hudson.
Visit www.hudson.oh.us/2021SidewalkProjects for more information.
The City has completed the public comment phase for this current round of projects. The City conducted multiple public meetings with the City Council and Mayor, including individual Ward Meetings, At-Large meetings, City Council meetings, and solicited public comment at the Farmers Market in 2020. The City also created a citizen committee to obtain input from various neighborhoods within the City.
No. The sidewalk work and any other public capital incidental construction items on this project are budgeted within the City of Hudson’s Annual Budget.
Yes. The contractor will need to provide access to these services during the construction of the project. Except for when a driveway is being constructed, the owner should notify the City of any large deliveries one day in advance of delivery.
Yes. The Contractor will need to provide access to this service during the construction of the project.
Yes. The Contractor will provide advance notice of 24 hours for any driveway that will be out of service and non-accessible. The contractor will be required to provide a parking location for two vehicles for up to 10 hours of closing the driveway, at each property. If the driveway cannot be opened within 10 hours to vehicle traffic, the contractor shall provide parking for vehicles, but no longer than 24 hours.
The City will provide a 24-hour contact number from the contractor doing the work at the start of construction.
Yes. The City will send out a letter in advance of the project bidding to notify residents who will need to relocate their private irrigation and dog fences prior to construction.
Yes. The above items will need to be relocated prior to construction.
Yes. Per Hudson Codified Ordinance 660.05, owners shall keep sidewalks, curbs, and gutters in repair and free from snow, ice, or any other nuisance, and to remove all snow and ice accumulated theron within a reasonable time, which will ordinarily not exceed 12 hours after any storm during which the snow and ice has accumulated.
Yes. The City will construct sidewalks to be accessible to persons with disabilities to the extent technically feasible.
You must complete a Sign/Banner application form to apply for posting a sign to your event. Signs are limited in size and can be posted only one week before the event. To apply, complete the Sign/Banner Application Form. More info...
In residential neighborhoods, it is the homeowner's responsibility to keep the sidewalk, curb and gutter free from snow and ice. Business owners are responsible for sidewalks leading to their business. The City will maintain all public walk ways on City property.
The City will announce all parking bans on the City website, Hudson Community Television, and social media notifications.
You must complete and submit a Sign/Banner application form and be approved to display a sign for your event. Signs are limited in size and can be posted only one week before your event. The event being promoted must be within the boundaries of the City of Hudson. To apply, complete the Sign/Banner Application Form. Email or call (330) 655-1522 for more information.
To hold an event on City-owned property you must first complete and submit a Special Event Application form, along with supporting materials.
Event dates are assigned on a first come first served basis, with previous years' events having the right of first refusal for the same weekend. Due to the large volume events held each year, there are very few open weekend dates from April through October. For more information, visit the Special Events page.
All events on City-owned property are coordinated and sponsored by outside organizations. Please use the contact information on the Community Calendar to contact the event you want to participate in. The City does not hire or used vendors for these events.