Vote Absentee by April 27
Posted April 17, 2020
The April 27 deadline to postmark your absentee ballot is quickly approaching! You are entitled to vote by absentee ballot in Ohio without providing a reason. Vote-by-mail absentee ballot applications may be obtained from the Franklin County Board of Elections…
Council, P&Z to meet remotely
Posted April 8, 2020
The next meetings of Hilliard City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission will be held remotely and streamed live on the City’s Facebook page to allow public viewing and participation. Planning and Zoning Commission will be at 7 p.m….
Do your part: Fill out the 2020 Census
Posted April 1, 2020
Make every member of the Hilliard community count by completing the 2020 Census. Local census leaders are encouraging people to fill out U.S. census forms either online or by phone to comply with the stay-at-home order. The Census counts every…
Hilliard Division of Police Coronavirus Update: March 27
Posted March 27, 2020
Many residents have asked questions regarding how law enforcement agencies, including Hilliard police, will enforce the stay-at-home order issued by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). In summary, we’re asking residents and businesses to read the ODH order and voluntarily…
Closed Playgrounds Update
Posted March 26, 2020
Earlier this week, Hilliard City Schools and the City of Hilliard closed all playgrounds to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 through our playground equipment. Unfortunately, both the District and the City have seen numerous incidents of people congregating in…
Wipes Clog Pipes!
Posted March 19, 2020
Sanitizing wipes and those labeled “flushable” will clog your house pipes and can damage City sewers, causing expensive repairs. As you’re sanitizing and searching for toilet paper, please remember to throw away the wipes you use. Keep our wastewater system…
Senior Center offers meals and calls to seniors during coronavirus
Posted March 18, 2020
As seniors find themselves home-bound, Hilliard Recreation and Parks employees hope to help with carry-out meals and a Kind Care Call program. More than 60 St. Patrick’s Day meals were provided to Hilliard seniors today by Recreation and Parks employees….
City Manager Approves Temporary Code Modifications
Posted March 17, 2020
With the support and encouragement of City Council, City Manager Michelle Crandall signed several temporary orders on Tuesday, designed to help local businesses including restaurants and bars during the coronavirus pandemic. Each is effective March 17 and will be in…
City of Hilliard Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update | May 1, 2020
Posted March 12, 2020
Based on the State of Ohio’s April 30 extension of its Stay Healthy and Stay at Home Order until May 30, the City reminds residents of a few affected areas related to City of Hilliard operations: Public gatherings of more…
Food Pantry to continue serving community during Coronavirus concerns
The Hilliard Food Pantry will continue to serve the community in the safest way possible as Coronavirus concerns grow. Volunteers are taking precautionary measures to keep their pantry sanitized and open to clients in need. Service hours: Tuesday, 10 a.m….
See a Pothole? Report it.
Posted March 4, 2020
It may have been a mild winter, but that didn’t stop potholes from appearing on City streets. We need your help getting them reported and filled. Pothole claims are simple to report using Hilliard 311. Residents can use the online portal…
City Begins Franklin Street Improvements
Posted January 6, 2020
Construction work to improve the walkability, safety, environmental impact, parking, and aesthetics of the Franklin Street area began last week. Contractors working for the City have started construction to improve Franklin Street between Main Street in Old Hilliard and the…