Dominion East Ohio is replacing gas lines on various city streets. Streets that are included in this project are: Clingan St., Hager St., Scott St., Parkview Dr. (dead-end) and Bentley St.. Dominion East Ohio has subcontracted this project to Middleton Mechanical and work is scheduled to begin on Monday, October 19, 2020 – weather permitting.
The Myron Street bridge will be closed to all traffic, vehicle and pedestrians, for bridge replacement starting Monday August 17, 2020. An estimated time of completion is December 2020. The detour will be N. Main St. to W. Liberty St. to Caroline Ave. (or vice versa). Stewart Ave., Jackson St, and Rebecca Ave. can be used for cars only. Semi trucks must use this recommended detour.
The City of Hubbard will begin the 2020 Flushing Program of all waterlines maintained by the City of Hubbard. Some of these waterlines are located in Hubbard Township, so please do not be surprised to see us.
This is an E.P.A. requirement that is aimed at keeping the highest quality of water in our system that Hubbard is supplied with.
The flushing will begin on Monday, April 13, 2020. Hours of flushing will be from 10:00 PM to 6:30 AM. Residents may experience some cloudy water during the morning hours, but this will clear shortly.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation for we are always trying to bring our customers the highest quality water possible.
Daniel P. Livingston, City of Hubbard Service Director
Just a few friendly reminders during this difficult and trying time. When going out, whether for fresh air, exercise, work or to the stores, we all need to remember this is a hard time for all of us.
All stores and their employees have been working extra hard during the pandemic to get items on the shelves and assist customers with what they need. Yes, there are long lines. Yes, they are out of items you want. They understand your frustrations but they are individuals who are just a small piece in a very big puzzle and are trying to deliver the best service they can.
The limits placed on items is a good thing. This allows everyone a chance to purchase what they need and helps the owners have a better chance on restocking.
Please stay home if you are sick. Please respect physical distancing. During this time, continue to look after each other, especially neighbors and family that are elderly.
Showing respect goes a long way. Be patient, be kind, and be mindful. We Are All In This Together and together we will get through this.
In response to the Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton signing a public health order on Sunday, March 22, 2020, I am reaching out to you to inform you the “stay at home order” begins at 11:59 pm Monday, March 23, 2020. This order will be in effect until April 6, 2020.
I’d like to thank everyone for your understanding during this difficult time. Our administration has been watching and working with other local and government officials to make certain everyone is as safe as possible. I would also like to thank the city employees who continue to serve our city with the services needed that are vital to the people of this community. COVID-19 will continue to affect each and every one of us in one way or another. Governor Dewine and Ohio Department of Health Director Acton give daily updates and I encourage all residents to follow his instructions diligently. The only way this pandemic will get better is if we follow what our health professionals are telling us to do.
In accordance with the Stay at Home Order issued by Director Acton, we would like to remind our residents to stay home and only leave for essential activities, essential government functions or to participate in essential business and operations. All non-essential business and operations must cease.
Our parks will remain open for now – everyone should get out for a walk or run to get some exercise and fresh air. Please remember to keep a good physical distance from one another. Playgrounds and basketball courts are now closed.
This is a traumatic time for all of us; please treat the people that are still working to provide us with necessities with kindness. Keep family members, friends, and neighbors in your prayers. We will get through this!
Please visit coronavirus.ohio.gov for the director’s order to stay at home and additional information.
Mayor Benjamin A. Kyle,
MARCH 17, 2020
With recent directives set forth by the Governor’s Office and the Ohio Department of Health and in an effort to increase social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the City of Hubbard has made the following day-to-day operation adjustments to protect the health and safety of our employees and community.
Effective Immediately and until further notice:
- City of Hubbard Administration Building is CLOSED to the public. Please call 330-534-3090 if you have any questions or concerns.
utility payments ONLY CHECKS OR MONEY
ORDERS MAY BE PLACED IN THE BOX. Money
orders are conveniently available at several locations throughout the city and
township at a minimal cost. Those
wishing to receive a receipt should include a request in the payment envelope
and one will be mailed to you.
- Residents/Tenants needing assistance with first/final reads for moving in/out of the City may call the office at 330-534-3054 to schedule the reads. Applications for homeowners/tenants may be emailed and/or mailed upon request, along with instructions, for those requesting utilities in the City.
- There will be no in-home appointments until further notice.
- Several utility forms are available on the city website (cityofhubbard-oh.gov).
- PLEASE NOTE – THERE IS NO “PROMISE TO PAY” LIST IN THE MAYOR’S OFFICE. THE OFFICE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST AND ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS AT 330-534-3054 FROM 8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM.
- Hubbard City Tax office will not be filing taxes in person. Tax forms are available on the city website (cityofhubbard-oh.gov). Please mail your city tax return or use the utility drop box at the front entrance. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions regarding your taxes, please call – 330-534-6299.
- The Senior Center is CLOSED until further notice.
- The Senior Van / Transportation has been suspended until further notice.
At this time, there has been no change to Mayor’s Court on Thursday, March 26, 2020. If you need to make a payment, please send payment in the mail or you may come in during court (Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM).
Mayor Kyle announced today (Friday, March 13, 2020) that the City of Hubbard, in accordance with Ohio Public Health Directives from Oho Department of Health, Dr. Amy Acton, and Trumbull County Combined Health District from Health Commissioner Frank Migliozzi, the following will be in effect immediately and will continue as directed by both directors.
The following list of directives are designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Coronavirus:
- There will be no mass gathering that bring together 100 persons or more. This does NOT include medical facilities, libraries, shopping areas, restaurants, offices, factories, grocery stores, sporting events without spectators (immediate family permitted), churches, religious gatherings, First Amendment gatherings, weddings and funerals.
- Social distancing is urged (six (6) feet away is encouraged).
- All Hubbard City services will continue. The public should expect normal service with the understanding that phone communication is optimal to initiate such service.
- To reduce the length of the Coronavirus Pandemic it is urged that Hubbard residents utilize the following procedures:
If you have a comprised immune system, you are urged to self-quarantine.
Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water frequently
Cover your cough or sneeze into your arm
Stay home if sick
Avoid touching your face
Avoid hand shaking
There is no recommendation to wear masks
Maintain a supply of essential medications
Call family and friends and monitor their health if they are vulnerable
Clean frequently touched surfaces regularly with disinfecting sprays, wipes or common household cleaning products
Be respectful, courteous and kind to one another
City officials are working with the Hubbard School System providing assistance and guidance along with resources for them while the schools are closed.
City officials have also reached out to the local churches making sure they have the necessary information and resources for their congregations.
Please go to Ohio Department of Health website www.odh.ohio.gov, Center of Disease Control www.cdc.gov, Trumbull County Board of Health www.tcbh.org, City of Hubbard website – cityofhubbard-oh.gov or call the Coronavirus hotline 1-833-427-5634.
With recent developments and increasing concerns related to the Coronavirus, our city has been working with the the Trumbull County Board of Health and other local officials to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our residents.
We will make information available to you as it becomes available. Please visit the following websites for more information:
Center of Disease Control www.cdc.gov
Trumbull County Board of Health www.tcbh.org
Ohio Department of Health website www.odh.ohio.gov
The Ohio Department of Health hot-line number is- 1-833-427-5634.
Hubbard Police would like to remind our community to stay alert for scam phone calls or emails.
Government impostor scams are growing and scaring a lot of people. In one particularly version the caller, recorded message or email claims your Social Security number has been blocked because it has been linked to a crime. They may even threaten that the police may be on the way. You are told to “reactivate” this important number (your social security number), and to avoid arrest you have to pay a fee or buy gift cards and give the caller the codes on the back of the cards.
*Your Social Security number cannot be suspended, revoked, frozen or blocked.
Don’t give your Social Security number or other personal information to someone who contacts you by phone or email. SSA never requests information that way.
*A legitimate government employee will not ask you to wire money, send cash or buy gift cards as a form of payment.
*If you are threatened with arrest or some other legal action, it’s not the government calling.
Also, don’t trust the number you see coming up on your caller ID. Criminals are able to spoof numbers to make it appear that calls are local and from a government agency.
To make sure it’s truly the SSA contacting you, hang up and call SSA’s main number at (800) 772-1213.
As always, if you need or want to speak with a Police Officer – please call 330-534-1133 or 9-1-1 for emergencies.
The City of Hubbard has openings on several boards / committees. Volunteering provides an opportunity for citizen participation in the process of government and increase their knowledge and skills by working with a variety of people on issues that might not otherwise be a part of their private lives. Serving on a board or committee is one of the most effective ways for citizens to give back to the community and influence city policies and activities.
To be eligible for an appointment, volunteers should have interest or knowledge in the committee’s subject matter. Volunteers should also be available to meet at the committee’s regular meeting time. Residency in the City of Hubbard is also required for each board or committee.
Please submit your letter of interest in person to the Mayor’s Office or via email to email@example.com. Contact the Mayor’s Office with any questions at (330) 534-3090.