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!
We are a strong community. We work together during trying times, and we will get through this trying time together.
Stay WELL Hartville!!
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COVID-19 / Coronavirus Disease
VILLAGE HALL REOPENED
Due to the layout of the public space and social distancing concerns, we ask that all residents/citizens continue to use the drop box located outside along the drive to drop off sewer/income tax payments or any paperwork. Other options available for payments are by using standard mail or online payments at www.hartvilleoh.com. SEE BELOW:
Sewer Billing - Customers may continue to make payments 1) Drop off in our drop box located outside along the driveway (Note: The drop box is checked numerous times throughout the day); 2) By standard mail: Hartville Sewer Billing, 202 W. Maple Street, Hartville, OH 44632; or 3) Online payments: www.hartvilleoh.com
The Sewer Billing Clerk is available for questions by phone at 330-877-9222.
Zoning/Building Permits - Customers may continue submiting permits 1) By standard mail: Hartville Building/Zoning Department, 202 W. Maple Street, Hartville, OH 44632; 2) By email: firstname.lastname@example.org; 3) By fax: 330-877-9778. 4) Drop off in our drop box located outside along the driveway (Note: The drop box is checked numerous times throughout the day);
If you choose email/fax, please submit payments by dropping off in our drop box located outside along the driveway, or mail to the Hartville Building/Zoning Departments.
Or if you need to drop off in person, please call the office in advance to set up a time.
**ALL permits may be obtained from our website: www.hartvilleoh.com - under forms and permits. Please call the office if you have any questions. **
The Clerk is available for questions by phone at 330-877-9222 Ext. 301
Income Taxes - Customers may file their returns and make payments: 1) By standard mail: Hartville Income Department, 202 W. Maple Street, Hartville, OH 44632; 2) Drop off returns/payments in our drop box located outside along the driveway (Note: The drop box is checked numerous times throughout the day); 3) Online payments: www.hartvilleoh.com - if you choose this option, please notify department that you dropped off taxes but will pay online. Our income tax clerk will not take in-person appointments yet, so please continue to contact her by phone or email.
**ALL forms may be obtained from our website: www.hartvilleoh.com/under forms and permits.**
The Income Tax Clerk is available for questions by phone at 330-877-9222 Ext 302 or by email at email@example.com.
Mayor's Court - Customers may pay their waiverable citations: 1) Online payments: www.hartvilleoh.com. 2) By standard mail: Hartville Mayor's Court, 202 W. Maple Street, Hartville, OH 44632; 3) Drop off payments in our drop box located outside along the driveway (Note: The drop box is checked numerous times throughout the day);
Please call the office for the amount of what your waiverable citation may be.
At this time, our next scheduled court date for must appears is May 12, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Please call the office ahead of time to see if court will still be in session.
The Court Clerk is available for questions by phone at 330-877-9222 Ext. 301
We ask if you are coming into the office that you wear a mask or face covering, and if you are sick to please stay at home. We have been very lucky that our employees have stayed healthy and we want them and our citizens to stay that way.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unusual times.
EMPLOYEE RIGHTS - CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT
Paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the families first Coronavirus Response Act.
Due to COVID-19 and social distancing concerns, we will be holding a virtual council meeting. This will be a closed meeting, participation by the following means only. The meeting will be live streamed on Facebook at Village of Hartville or you can join the meeting with Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/8612464649 on your phone or computer. Phone number is 1 929-205-6099. After phone connects put in 861 246 4649. If anyone has questions or comments about agenda or non-agenda items, you can e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 330-877-9778 or text during meeting at 330-433-3140.
We have a new DROP BOX that you may use for after hours.
This box is locked and will be checked twice a day during work hours.
**PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION COLLECTION BOX**
The Hartville Police Department is making it easier for the community to safely dispose of medication by adding a collection box to the Village Hall.
We now provide a 24 hour prescription collection box for the disposal of unused or expired medications.
Please remove or blackout your personal information on the bottles. No liquids or cremes will be excepted.
DUE TO THE GUIDELINES ON SOCIAL DISTANCING, IT HAS BEEN DECIDED TO KEEP THE CLOSED SHELTER SHUT DOWN FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON. YOU MAY STILL USE THE OUTDOOR SHELTER ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS AND AT NO CHARGE - BUT, THE RESTROOMS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE.
WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY HAVE CAUSED.
The Village Hall will begin reserving the shelters in Memorial Park January 1st.
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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