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Welcome to
Village of Hartville - City Hall

The Village of Hartville is a great place to live, work, and raise a family! Surrounded by farms and rural greenery, Hartville is a thriving small community, with outstanding schools, places of worship, excellent safety forces, and a variety of recreational opportunities. The residents of Hartville have a strong sense of pride in a variety of civic endeavors that benefit the community.

Hartville has enjoyed prosperity and peacefulness due in part to the work ethic and moral commitment of its founders and successive generations of Ohioans. With major businesses and small town shops, Hartville is the center of activity for over 2900 residents, and thousands of weekend visitors. The greater Hartville community boasts several parks, restaurants and shops--so come visit us and see what you've been missing!



Currently, the local income tax rate is 1%, in effect since 1969. The money realized from the collection of local income taxes is the single largest source of operating revenue for the Village.

The Village has placed a ballot issue on the November 2015 General Election seeking voter approval to increase the local income tax rate by one-half percent for general municipal purposes. If approved, the local income tax rate would therefore be 1.5%. This request has the unanimous approval of Village Council.

For those residents who work and pay a local income tax elsewhere, the Village's income tax credit would remain in place.

Voter approval of this request in the local income tax rate would increase operating revenue, providing:

* Added value to our infrastructure by increasing the quality of our streets and performing necessary maintenance and repaving;

* Equipment upgrades for the street department (a new dump truck and backhoe) and police department (cruisers on a scheduled basis and a stand-alone police station);

* Competitive pay schedules for the workforce, taking into account increasing healthcare and living costs; and,

* Maintaining current village services such as policing, snowplowing, leaf pickup, etc.



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Please join us on Sunday, December 6th, 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.







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The Village Hall has installed a container for worn or damaged Flags.

Each year on Flag Day, all collected Flags are retired at the Summit County Sheriffs facility at Akron Canton Airport.

The Flags are pre-folded and placed on tables and then taken by those designated forward to be burned with proper respect for the Flag.

They will ensure a proper and dignified retirement of these Flags.





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Lake High School Fall Homecoming Parade will take place on October 1st.

The parade kickoff begins at 6:30 p.m. and will end at the gazebo in the Giant Eagle Plaza, where there will be a bon fire to take place.




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October 4th - 10th










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The Monarch Butterflies will have a home off Wales Drive in Hartville. Read More






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Image result for images of high grass ***REMINDER***

Any person owning or having charge of land within the municipality shall keep such property free and clear of noxious weeds and high grass once a month, during the months of May, June, July, August and September.

Thank You!



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Prescription Assistance for Uninsured/Underinsured Residents of Stark County.






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Lead is the most common environmental toxin in children. Lead can be found in a surprising number of places in our daily lives.

Lead poisoning is preventable. Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for steps to prevent this from happening to you.






Just a friendly reminder to call 811 before you dig and protect your community.






The Village Hall will begin reserving the shelters in Memorial Park January 1st, 2015. Those interested must fill out the appropriate paper work and return it to the Village Hall.

You may view a few pictures of the enclosed shelter.



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The Village of Hartville will hold Trick or Treat on October 31st from 3 to 5 p.m.






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Any correspondence or information transmitted over the Internet to the Village of Hartville or any of its employees may be a Public Record pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Chapter 149 and be subject to disclosure upon request.

202 W. Maple Street
Hartville, OH 44632
Phone: 330.877.9222
Fax: 330.877.9778
Office Hours:
Mon., Tues.,Wed., Fri. 8am to 5pm
Thurs. 8am to 12 noon
Village of Hartville contact and feedback form
Contact & Feedback

Forms & Permits

Village of Hartville - Public Forms and PermitsClick here to view a complete listing of public forms that are currently available for download.

Community Calendar

Employment Applications











None at this time.





Residential Refuse & Recycling Services:


Please see complete brochure.





Electric Aggregation

"Frequently Asked Questions".



Village of Hartville's Natural Gas Aggregation.



Natural Gas Aggregation Program "Frequently Asked Questions".








Dangerous and Vicious Animals

Dangerous and Vicious Dogs

Animals voiding

Animals at Large

Cruelty to Animals

Loud Dogs

Animal - Fowl






A copy of Hartville's Public Records Policy is available for review at the main desk of the Hartville Village Hall office located at 202 W. Maple Street.


A copy of Hartville's Record Retention Schedule is available for review at the main desk of the Hartville Village Hall.


Request Forms











The following list are dates of

holidays that the Village

Offices will be closed for:


Thursday, January 1st

New Year's Day


Monday, January 19th

Martin Luther King, Jr.


Monday, February 16th

Presidents' Day


Monday, May 25th

Memorial Day


Friday, July 3rd

Independence Day


Monday, September 7th

Labor Day


Wednesday, November 11th

Veterans Day


Thursday, November 26th &

Friday, November 27th

Thanksgiving Day


Friday, December 25th

Christmas Day


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