Message from the Safety Director

With the recent time change, it has become dark earlier in the evening and this brings to mind a couple issues for Hubbard residents, which is the topic of visibility.  Please check the area of your front door from the street to verify that you can plainly see your house number.  For safety purposes, the Police and Fire Departments need to read your house number quickly if you need assistance.  If the house number is not easily visible from the street, this will delay the response time, which could be crucial in an emergency.  Again, your house number should be easily visible from the street and generally in the area of the front door.  Large numbers are easy to read and would benefit everyone when an emergency situation occurs.

Also, if you live in a neighborhood without sidewalks and walk your pets in the early morning or evenings, please wear high-visibility or reflective clothing.  Too often I hear stories of residents walking their pets wearing dark clothing and almost being struck by a passing motorist on their way to/from work.  Please walk against traffic so motorists can see you and you can see them approaching as well.

Thanks for your attention to these matters and stay safe!

William R. Bancroft

Hubbard Safety Director

(330) 534-6288 Office

Email: w.bancroft@cityofhubbard-oh.gov

 

Seasonal Help Wanted

 

The City of Hubbard is now accepting applications for seasonal / part-time leaf rakers.  Applications can be obtained by clicking the link below or at the Hubbard Mayor’s Office during normal business hours.  Completed applications can be returned to the mayor’s office or by email to d.madeline@cityofhubbard-oh.gov.  Applicants must be available to start at the end of October.  Any questions please call the mayor’s office at (330) 534-3090.

 

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Myron Street Sidewalk Project

Myron Street Sidewalks Installation Project

   City of Hubbard, Trumbull County

Project No. TRU-Myron Street Sidewalks (PID: 112614)

The City of Hubbard proposes to install approximately 1,000-feet of new sidewalk on the south side of Myron Street between Main Street (US 62) to in proximity of Stewart Street. New ADA-compliant curb ramps will also be installed at the crossings of Stewart Street and Simler Street, the Eagle Creek Citizen Center, and the southwest quadrant of the Myron Street/State Route 7 intersection.

Construction is scheduled to begin in Summer 2022 and will be completed in Fall 2022. Total project construction cost is $178,100.  During project construction, a minimum of one lane of traffic shall be maintained on Myron Street at all times during active working hours utilizing flaggers.  During active working hours, both lanes of Myron Street shall re-open to traffic. Access shall be maintained to all adjacent properties, residences, businesses and intersecting side streets for the duration of the project.  Construction and lane restriction/reduction information will be posted within the project construction limits prior to the start of project construction. Substantial traffic disruptions are not expected with the project.

To ensure the decision-making process is comprehensive, the City of Hubbard is seeking comments from the public about the social, environmental and economic impacts of this proposed project. Environmental impacts include those involving archeological, architectural and ecological resources, regulated materials and the general location of the project. The City of Hubbard also requests information regarding the presence of any known cultural resources in the vicinity of the project including prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, historic bridges, historic buildings, landmarks and districts.

The City of Hubbard is requesting that any comments you may have regarding the proposed project, maintenance of traffic and/or environmental impacts be submitted by October 28, 2021 to:

Mayor Benjamin Kyle

220 West Liberty Street

P.O. Box 307

Hubbard, OH 44425

(330) 534-3090 or b.kyle@cityofhubbard-oh.gov

 Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.  A summary of public comments received during the comment period and responses to those comments will be prepared and posted within 30 days of the end of the comment period.

A Letter from The Hubbard City Chaplain Ministry

The City Transformation Team (CTT) began in 2013 as a group of local clergy serving a variety of needs throughout Hubbard.  The CTT is comprised of some clergy currently serving Hubbard community churches.  The CTT also includes some Hubbard city police and city administration.  CTT chaplains serve our community under the guidance of the City of Hubbard Police Department.  We go on ride-alongs with the city police officers.  We serve with our time, talent and training in care and counsel to and for the Hubbard community as well.

It is our hope that God will use our love for this community and His eternal truth, to transform lives.  The police are skilled and trained to protect citizens from harm, and to curb criminal activity.  When invited into a scenario that involves the police, CTT chaplains walk with those touched by trauma.  We work through the emotional and spiritual issues that may be resources of confusion and risk, in the aftermath of trauma.  We accept and affirm the divine worth of each person as valued citizens of Hubbard.  The CTT is not one primary chaplain for partnering with the Police Department.  As many as 6 chaplains have been part of the CTT on a regular basis.

Perhaps you are interested in finding out more what the CTT is about?  We would like to invite you to a monthly meeting.  We meet the 4th Tuesday in the Conference Room at the Hubbard City Administration Building (220 W. Liberty St.) at 9AM.  Also, if you know of an organization who might benefit from this contact, please copy this letter and hand it out.  If you have any questions, would like to accept this invitation to attend a CTT meeting, or would like to request a chaplain to speak with your organization at your meeting/gathering, please contact: Chap. Dave Garlich at 330-883-3451.

Regards,

The Chaplains of the City Transformation Team — Hubbard, Ohio

 

Tax Filing Deadline

 

The City of Hubbard income tax filing deadline has been extended to Monday, May 17, 2021 following the federal and state filing extension.

We DO NOT prepare tax returns – please submit your completed City of Hubbard tax forms to the tax office prior to the filing deadline. If you have any questions, please call Jane at 330-534-6299.

Building is open to the public 8am-1pm. Drop box is available 24 hours a day.

 

 

Coronavirus Questions

The mayor’s office has been getting a lot of inquires regarding how to obtain information for Coronavirus cases by zip code and other questions.

The State of Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard displays the most recent preliminary data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) about cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Ohio by selected demographics and county of residence.

Click on  this link – http://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/dashboards   – to find answers you may have.

 

Kommunity 4 Kids Jacket Giveaway

K4K is affiliated with the Trumbull County Community Foundation, a philanthropic 501© non-profit organization.  The goal of the program is to develop positive experiences, relationships, and respect between community leaders and our youth.  Over $28,000 worth of outerwear has been distributed to the children in our community.

This year’s  jacket giveaway was not disrupted by COVID-19; the distribution of coats was just a little different this year.  Jackets were delivered to Hubbard Elementary School and distributed to EVERY 1st grade student by teachers and school administration.  Normally, representatives of local government, police officers of both the City and Township Departments, fire fighters, local businesses and other groups would help with distribution.   A letter was included with each jacket since our officials were not able to personally be there for the delivery, “As you know your 1st grade teachers all love and care about you and so does your whole community.  Please wear your coat proudly and every time you put it on you’ll get that warm feeling, so remember it’s like a hug from so many people that love and care about you”.

This is another example of the uniqueness of the Hubbard Community!  If you are able to help K4K continue this tradition, please make your (tax deductible) check payable to Kommunity 4 Kids and mail it to the Trumbull County Community Foundation, 7 West State Street, Suite 301, Sharon, PA  16146 or it can be mailed to K4K, 2616 North Main Street, Hubbard, OH,  44425.

 

City Street Sweeping to Start

 

The City of Hubbard fall street sweeping is set to begin Monday, Ocotober 12, 2020 and will run approximately 2 weeks (weather permitting). We are asking that street parking be avoided to during this process.  Your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Hubbard Utility Scam Alert

The Mayor and Service Director would like you to be aware of a new scam that targets City of Hubbard Utility customers.

The Hubbard City Utility Billing Office received a call from a resident stating she received a text message advising her water bill is due with the instructions to click the link in the message to pay her bill.  The City of Hubbard Utility Billing Office will not contact you via text message for current or past due monies owed.  Also, on-line / website payment is not an option for bill payments.  If you receive a similar phone call or text message, please call the utility billing office (330-534-3054) and they will be able to look-up and verify your account status.

Do not fall victim of this scam or give out any of your personal information.

Branch Pick Up Service – Update

Due to the recent wind storm on Sunday, July 19th, the City’s Street Department will be picking up fallen branches Starting Thursday July 23rd and will end Tuesday, July 28, 2020 . Branches must be no longer than 4 feet long and no more than 3 inches in diameter. All branches must be at the curb – not in the street – by Thursday, July 23rd, at 6:00 AM. There will only be ONE citywide pickup. If you do not have the branches by the curb, do not call. The City will not return to any street that has had the pickup service completed – please do not put more branches out if you have already had a pick-up.

Thank you in advance. Service Director Dan Livingston

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