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Throughout the year, the City of Hudson works diligently to provide public access to government records and information and to ensure that all meetings of deliberative bodies under its jurisdiction, and their committees, are fully announced and open to the public. In recognition of Sunshine Week, March 14 through 20, Mayor Craig A. Shubert proclaimed the week of March 14 as Sunshine Week in Hudson.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way public meetings had to be conducted, the City of Hudson worked to find a solution to provide access to all meetings for residents. The virtual meeting and live-streaming format has worked well throughout the pandemic and still provides open access to all residents. The City will be working towards getting back to in-person meetings in April.
Here are some of the many ways the City provides easy, open access to meetings, documents, and financial information:
Stream Council Meetings: View live as they happen or later on-demand through the on-demand meetings portal. The meeting agendas and links to accompanying documents, legislation, maps, etc. are available. www.hudson.oh.us/WatchMeetings.
Public Records: Looking for a public record? Simply complete the online form as an easy way to make the request. www.hudson.oh.us/PublicRecords.
Public Hearings: Check the public hearings web page for dates, times, and locations of public hearings. www.hudson.oh.us/PublicHearings..
Data Hub: With data, the City strives to make smarter decisions, improve productivity, and deliver greater resident services. Explore our new DataHub for performance measures, City finance information, dashboards, interactive web apps, and more to see how the City is making evidence-based decisions. www.hudson.oh.us/DataHub.
There are just some of the many transparency tools that are available to help citizens access open records and information.