Does the City of Hudson have Animal Control?
No. The City of Hudson does not have animal control.

The Hudson Police Department keeps a running list of lost and found animals as a courtesy to the public. If there is an animal running at large and/or creating a hazard, a Police Officer can check the area to see if he or she can be of assistance. If there is a sick or injured animal on your property, a Police Officer can respond to see if he or she can be of assistance in dispatching the animal.

Summit County Animal Control can be reached at (330) 643-2845. The Summit County District of the Ohio Division of Wildlife can be reached at (330) 644-2293 or toll free at (800) 582-2699.

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1. Should I call 911 to report a power outage?
2. What should I do if I call 911 by accident?
3. When I call 911 from a cell phone, will the dispatcher know my exact location?
4. When should I call 911? When should 911 not be used?
5. If I observe suspicious behavior or circumstances, what should I do?
6. Is there a curfew in Hudson?
7. Is there a noise ordinance in Hudson?
8. Does the City of Hudson have Animal Control?
9. Will the Hudson Police Department check on my house while I am out of town?
10. Will the Hudson Police Department assist me if I lock my keys in my car?
11. Are permits required to solicit in Hudson?