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Yes. Section 648.14 of the Codified Ordinances lists unnecessary, excessive, or offensive noise or sound to include loud music, barking dogs, etc. In addition, Land Development Code Section 1207.10 (a)(3)E states no person shall use construction equipment or perform construction operations between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday through Saturday or between the hours of 7 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sunday (and all holidays observed by the City of Hudson) or after 5 p.m. on Sunday within a residential area, or within 500 feet of a school. See the full Code text here.
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No. Do not use 911 to report a power outage. To report a Hudson Public Power outage during business hours (M-F | 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.), call (330) 342-1710. After hours HPP outage? Please call (330) 342-1715. If you have a different utility company, please contact them directly. The use of 911 should be used only for a life-threatening emergency.
The Hudson Police Department has a chip reader for found animals. The caller may bring the dog or cat into the station, or an officer can respond to their location. If the animal has a chip, we will try to contact the owner, but we cannot house the animal.
Hudson Dispatch keeps a running list of LOST, SPOTTED, AND FOUND animals in an excel sheet. We try to get as much information as possible so that the animal may be reunited with their owner. We will ask specific information about the lost or found pet, your contact information, and if it is ok to provide your information to the owner if they call.
HUDSON, OH (June 22, 2022) – With the passage of Ohio House Bill 172 which goes into effect on July 1, 2022, Ohioans can legally discharge 1.4G consumer fireworks in Ohio. However, discharge is only permitted on specific days and only at specific times. On June 21, 2022, Hudson City Council passed Ordinance No. 22-70 that aligns the City of Hudson fireworks regulations with the State’s new fireworks law.
Under Ohio’s previous fireworks law, individuals could purchase consumer-grade fireworks in Ohio but had to transport them out of state within 48 hours.
What are 1.4G Fireworks?
Formerly known as Class C common fireworks, items classified as 1.4G explosives are consumer fireworks intended for use by the general public.
When can Hudson residents discharge fireworks?
Individuals can discharge 1.4G consumer fireworks only from 4 p.m. until 11 p.m. (per HB 172) on the following dates:
Fireworks are not permitted in Hudson on any date not listed above.
Where can consumers discharge fireworks?
Consumers can discharge 1.4G consumer fireworks on their own property or on another person’s property with that person’s permission.
What fireworks can consumers discharge?
Consumers (Ohio residents and non-residents) can only discharge 1.4G consumer grade fireworks that were purchased in Ohio from an Ohio licensed fireworks sale location. Consumers are not allowed to purchase or discharge 1.3G display grade fireworks.
Fireworks must be discharged responsibly.
No person can use fireworks while in possession or control of, or under the influence of, any intoxicating liquor, beer, or controlled substance. A person who violates this is guilty of a first-degree misdemeanor.
What laws and rules apply?
State law rules how 1.4G consumer fireworks must be used and stored by consumers. Some provisions in the rules include:
More information about HB 172 and new Ohio fireworks regulations can be found at www.legislature.ohio.gov. Here is a link to the specific page: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/legislation/legislation-summary?id=GA134-HB-172.
No. The City of Hudson does not have animal control.
If you have a dead animal on your property, you are responsible for hiring a private contractor to remove the dead animal. The city will only remove dead animals from the roadway or curb.
For more information visit the Hudson Police Department Vacation Watch Program.