Per the Village of Hebron Exterior Property Maintenance Code, weeds or grass growing at a height of eight (8) inches or higher on any property within the village are a public nuisance. When it is determined that a violation exists, a written notice will be served upon the owner or occupant ordering the cutting and removal of such weeds and noxious grasses. If you have any questions you can call Linda Nicodemus at 740-928-0076 or view our code online at the village website: www.hebronvillage.com.
The Village of Hebron will begin the 2018 mosquito control program beginning the last week of May. Each Friday morning at approximately 3:00 AM a member of the Public Works Department will be spraying for mosquitoes as weather permits. In the case of inclement weather, the day of the week may change. We will not spray on mornings with rain, high winds or temperatures below 60 degrees. The employee will not spray in an area where people are outdoors at the time of spraying. The spraying will continue until further notice.
The driver will have information on the spraying agent with him; a copy is also on file at the Hebron Municipal Complex for review.
Anyone with respiratory problems should close their windows and remain inside during the time spraying is conducted.
Residents may assist by eliminating standing water in objects around the property. Stagnant water serves as a breeding ground for mosquitoes.
Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Hebron Public Works Superintendent
Two spring cleanup opportunities!
1st – Village Chipper day – Tuesday May 15, 2018
Residents should take branches of not more than five inches in diameter, leaving the branch length as long as possible, to the edge of the street where the Public Works Department will pick them up. The department will NOT go into private yards to retrieve branches.
Please set out BRANCHES ONLY! NO shrub, roots, leaves etc.
2nd – Village Clean Up Day – Saturday, May 19, 2018 – 8 a.m. to Noon
Drop off at Hebron Public Works Department – 110 Elm Street.
Not acceptable: hazardous chemicals, oil, paint or appliances with Freon.
From the Ohio Department of Transportation:
Upcoming Lane Closures on SR 79 at I-70
Beginning Wednesday, March 28, there will be one lane closed on SR 79 northbound at I-70. On Monday, April 2, there will be one lane closed southbound on SR 79 at I-70. Lane closures are expected to last into mid-April.
Double Z Construction is the prime contractor for this project which has included a bridge replacement of the SR 79 bridge over I-70 and a bridge rehabilitation of the SR 79 structure over 11th Street in Newark. Traffic will be maintained at all times on SR 79 as crews work to complete the project.
The Fire/EMS Safety Committee will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, March 26, 2018 at 6:30pm at the Hebron Municipal Building to discuss the Fire Contract with Union Township.
Village of Hebron
Planning & Zoning Meeting Cancellation
The Village of Hebron Planning and Zoning Board has cancelled the regular scheduled meeting on:
Monday, March 5, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers, 934 West Main Street, Hebron – due to no agenda items.
Community Development Coordinator
Hebron Village Council has CANCELLED the regularly scheduled Combined Council Committees Meeting on Monday, February 19, 2018 at 6:00 pm.
The Fire Safety Committee will hold a Special Meeting on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7pm at the Hebron Municipal Building to discuss the Fire Contract with Union Township.
Village of Hebron
The traffic pattern for the Municipal Complex has been changed now that the Police Department Accessory building is nearly complete. Traffic will enter one-way at the western drive and continue around the complex and exit one-way on the east. The utility payment box has already been moved to the opposite side of the drive so that payments can be placed into the box from the driver’s side.
Some Hebron residents may be receiving a quarterly bill from Adkins’ Disposal stating the rates are increasing $1 a month beginning April 1. The Village of Hebron has a contract in place covering residential rates that keep the rate structure the same until June 30, 2019.
Commercial businesses, private developments and apartment complexes with three or more tenants are not considered part of the agreement between the Village and Adkins.