This section provides practical resources for long time residents of Hartville as well as interesting and helpful information for those who have recently moved to the Hartville area.


History: The Village of Hartville actually came to life in the last decade as a result of the passion and dexterity of individuals who believe it’s not just where we live, but how we live that distinguishes our quality of being. Hartville is an exciting, people-friendly society with a supreme commitment to education, wellness, traditions and leisure that encourages and enriches families and businesses alike.
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Forms & Permits: Any resident within the Village that has any building, electrical or heating work performed, must pull permits through the Village Hall.
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Community Organizations: Learn more about organizations and places around Hartville that you might be interested in.
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Community Calendar: The community calendar provides dates and time information about events that take place in and around the Hartville area.
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Mosquito Control: The Village does contract with the Stark County Health Department to Mosquito Spray within the Village several times a season.

Please review the following PRODUCTS that a homeowner can use to help control mosquitos.

New Residents: Information and resources for those who have recently relocated to the Hartville area or are contemplating a move to our community.  New Resident Packet

Park Shelter: The Village has an open and closed shelter available for rental.
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Refuse & Recycling Information: The Village contracts with Kimble Services for refuse and public services. Questions regarding services should be directed to Kimble Services at 1-800-201-0005.
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Copies of the Refuse and Recycling Regulations are available through the Village office.

Refuse pickup day for the Village is Monday. The only exception is when a holiday falls on a Monday, then refuse is picked up on the following day. Those holidays are as follows: New Years, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.