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 2021 Meeting Schedule

City Council Meetings

  • 7:30 pm
  • 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
  • Town Hall
    27 E. Main St.
    Hudson OH, 44236

Council Workshops

  • 7:30 pm
  • 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
  • Town Hall
    27 E. Main St.
    Hudson OH, 44236

Due to COVID-19 and until further notice, Council is conducting all workshops and meetings virtually.  

The public is encouraged to email comments related to agenda items or general communication to by 4:30 p.m. on the meeting date. Emails will be received by elected officials and will be recorded and filed with the meeting minutes.  Please identify the agenda item as the subject of your email.

Individuals who wish to speak live at a regular Council meeting during Public Comments should email a request by 4:30 p.m. on the meeting date.

View live-stream or archived videos here.   

Upcoming Legislation and Discussions
The 60-Day Meeting View is a draft document that provides for transparency of information on legislation and discussions tentatively scheduled for future workshops and agendas. This is a working document and may change before the final agenda.

Click here for the 60-Day Meeting View.

Meeting and Workshop Agendas & Minutes
View current agendas, minutes and videos.

Archived Meeting and Workshop Agendas & Minutes
Prior to August 1, 2012


Pursuant to Article III of the Charter of the City of Hudson, Ohio, the City Council consists of seven members who serve as the legislative body of the city. Four members are elected by ward and three are elected at-large. The president of City Council is elected by its members shown in the table below.


City Council’s powers include all legislative powers and determination of policy, appointment of the City Manager, appointment of the Clerk of Council and confirmation of City Manager’s appointment of:
  • Finance Director
  • Fire/EMS Chief
  • Police Chief
  • Solicitor

The City Council also serves as liaisons and appoints members to various citizen boards, committees, and commissions.


The mission of the Hudson City Government is to serve, promote and support, in a fiscally responsible manner, an outstanding community that values quality of life, a well-balanced tax base, historic preservation with a vision to the future and professionalism in volunteer and public service.