A Message from AEP Ohio

We apologize for the power outages customers in Hebron have experienced over the last several weeks. Your electric service isn’t meeting your expectations — or ours.

Please know that our crews are working hard to correct the issues that have caused the outages. We have inspected equipment and power lines in the neighborhood and repaired damage caused by birds in the substation that feeds power to the community. A damaged piece of line equipment has also been identified and taken out of service while repairs are made. We believe these repairs will address the issues causing the outages.

Again, we are sorry for the inconvenience these outages have caused and truly appreciate your patience as repairs are made. Crews will continue to monitor your electric service and will take appropriate steps to resolve any issues that are found.

To the people of Hebron, thank you for being valued AEP Ohio customers.

Public Notice

The Village of Hebron Planning and Zoning Board has scheduled the following Public Hearings in Council Chambers, 934 West Main Street, Hebron, OH:

Monday, November 5, 2018 at 6:00 pm

Topic: An application was received for a conditional use.
The applicant wants to operate a used vehicle sales dealership at 125 N. High Street. The property is zoned General Commercial.

Monday, November 5, 2018 immediately following the first hearing:

Topic: An application was received for a variance.
The applicant wants to construct a building addition to the north side of the existing building, to the right of way at 107 N. High Street.
The property is zoned General Commercial (GC).

Linda Nicodemus
Community Development Coordinator

Public Notice

South Licking Watershed Conservancy District – Meeting Cancellation

The South Licking Watershed Conservancy District has cancelled the regular scheduled meeting due to no agenda items and meeting room conflict.

Monday, August 13, 2018, at 6:00 p.m.
Hebron Municipal Complex – Council Chambers
934 West Main Street
Hebron, Ohio

Linda Nicodemus, Director

Public Notice

Planning & Zoning Meeting Cancellation

The Village of Hebron Planning and Zoning Board has cancelled the regular scheduled meeting on:

Monday, September 3, 2018 at 6:30 pm – in the Council Chambers, 934 West Main Street, Hebron OH 43025

Linda Nicodemus
Community Development Coordinator

Request for Proposals

Request for Proposals for Zoning Review

The Village of Hebron, through this Request for Proposals (RFP), is seeking qualified planning and zoning consultants, multi-disciplinary firms, or teams to assess the village’s zoning and subdivision regulations. Proposals must be received by the Village by 4 p.m. on August 31, 2018. Interested firms wishing to respond to this proposal may request the full Request for Proposal, schedule and scope by contacting Community Development Coordinator Linda Nicodemus at 740-928-0076 or hebroncdc@midohio.twcbc.com The RFP is also available at the Municipal Complex, 934 W. Main St. Hebron. The Village of Hebron reserves the right to accept, reject or modify any or all proposals received.

For Immediate Release

(July 17, 2018) – The Village of Hebron received notification from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) that four pools of mosquitoes trapped at Evans Park have tested positive for West Nile Virus. The traps were set on July 10 and the village became aware of the results from the ODH Laboratory on July 17, 2018.

The village sprays the community weekly for mosquitoes during the summer months and has been trapping mosquitoes at various sites to be sent to ODH for West Nile Virus testing. Hebron also sets out larvicide briquettes to control the mosquito population.

According to information from the Ohio Department of Health’s website, about 80 percent of people will not experience any symptoms if bitten by a West Nile Virus- infected mosquito. However, about 1 in 150 people bitten by an infected mosquito can develop a severe illness.

The state agency has also reported positive West Nile virus tests in four other Licking County locations.

“Hebron is proactive in reducing the mosquito population,” Village Administrator Ralph Wise said. “With these positive test results, residents are strongly encouraged to apply mosquito repellent when outdoors and to eliminate standing water on their property to prevent mosquitoes from breeding.”

Public Notice

Village of Hebron
Council Interviews

The Hebron Village Council will meet at 6:00 pm on Thursday, July 19. The purpose of the meeting is to:

Interview candidates for vacant council positions

The meeting will take place at the Municipal Complex, 934 West Main Street, Hebron.

Deborah Morgan
Fiscal Officer

Council Vacancies

Hebron Village Council is seeking applicants interested in being appointed to fill two council vacancies. The terms run through 12/31/21. Applicants must be a resident of Hebron and a registered voter. Residents interested in the position should deliver a letter of interest by 4pm on Friday, July 13, 2018 to the Hebron Municipal Complex, 934 W. Main Street.