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!
Click here to access Hartville Police Department reports on-line. Reports can be searched by report number, date, Street Name or Last Name (Accident reports only). For Private Property Accident search incident reports.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT UPDATE
Please visit OHGO.com/Stark
or Discover Hartville for updates on the construction of SR 619 in Hartville.
CHARITIES - What you should know before giving to a Charity - here are some tips.
Bicyclists on Roads- We all have experienced sharing the road with a bicyclist at one time or another. Bicyclists are just as entitled to the roadway as drivers are with the new law that has passed. But do know that the cyclists are required to follow the same rules as vehicles. We have provided a website to both bicyclists and vehicle drivers to visit for some commonly asked requestions regarding riding a bicycle in the state of Ohio.
NOXIOUS WEEDS OR OVERGROWN GRASS
The Village of Hartville has a RESOLUTION 02-09.05 in place directing the Mayor to serve written notice on the owners, lessees, agent or tenants of certain properties that noxious weeds or overgrown grass are growing on, and that such must be cut and destroyed FIVE TIMES A YEAR during the months of May, June, July, August and September.
LIGHTNING AWARENESS SAFETY TIPS
With the storm season approaching, you may want to educate yourself with some friendly reminders as well as keeping an Emergency kit at home when it comes to bad weather and being outside.
**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.
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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