Monthly Archives: March 2017

Public Notice

The Village of Hebron has scheduled a Downtown Greenspace Design Committee meeting for further discussion regarding progressive design ideas for the lot at the corner of W. Main and N. High Streets. This meeting will be held at 934 W. Main Street, Hebron on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 6:30PM. The public is invited to attend.

Public Notice

The Village of Hebron Council has scheduled a Public Hearing on:

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers, 934 West Main Street, Hebron OH 43025

Topic: A renewal application was received for placement of farmland in an agricultural district at 1800 Beaver Run Rd, Hebron, OH.

Deborah Morgan
Fiscal Officer

Spring Flooding Safety Tips

Floods are the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States. Here are some things to keep in mind as the spring flood season draws near:
• Never drive or walk through flooded streets. It only takes six inches of moving water to sweep a person off their feet (and not in the romantic way) and 12 inches to move a car. Remember, if a street is flooded, Turn Around; Don’t Drown.
• Floods are expensive. A few inches of water in a 1,000-square foot home could cost more than $10,000 in repairs and replacement of personal possessions. Visits FEMA’s data visualization website to learn more about the costs and impacts of floods in your state
• Most insurance does not cover flood damage. Only flood insurance will cover the damage from floods. Speak with your insurance agent to learn more and remember flood insurance takes 30 days to take effect, so purchase now to protect your family!
• Talk with your family and make an emergency plan for you and your pets. No matter the disaster, it’s always a good idea to have emergency supplies ready at home, at work, and in the car.
You can learn more about the dangers of flooding and find information about flood insurance at Ready.gov/floods and Floodsmart.gov. We have also prepared a Flood Safety Social Media Toolkit so you can share tips with your friends and family at www.ready.gov/flood-toolkit.

The FEMA Ready Campaign Team