A community where people enjoy living and working. Ideally situated with easy access to Ohio’s interstates and rail lines, Willard is in the heart of the midwest manufacturing region. Abundant land and utilities, a solid work ethic, and a progressive local government make Willard the perfect choice for a growing business.
WILLARD RESIDENTS - Outdoor Warning Siren Testing is Wednesday, August 5 at 12:00 Noon
CITY HALL INFO
631 S Myrtle Avenue
Willard, OH 44890
General Questions: 419.933.2581
City Manager: 419.933.2591
Event & Info Line: 419.933.6999
City Hall Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Aviation Fuel is $4.60 per gallon
OFFICIAL FLAG FLYING DAYS
Saturday, July 4 ~ Independence Day
Monday, July 27 ~ Korean War Veterans Armistice Day Half Staff (Sunrise until sunset)
The City of Willard fireworks show will still proceed on July 4th at 10:00 pm. Unfortunately, due to the latest Covid-19 outbreak information and the state of what is happening in our community, you will not be able to get a front-row seat. The City of Willard will be closing our park during the show. In anticipation of this possibility, we increased the size of our fireworks so that they could be viewed from other vantage points. We encourage you to find ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in small groups by watching the display from your porches, backyards, or cars. We appreciate our community and your understanding during these days. We love our country and this opportunity to celebrate it!
Further details: Certain areas of the park will be closed in advance to create a safe environment to set the fireworks up. All-day Saturday the Pickle-ball Courts, Nature Trail, and Disc Golf area will be closed. We will have the farm parking area barricaded and the majority of parking areas at the park blocked off as well that evening.
INCOME TAX DEADLINE: JULY 15
*REMINDER TO ALL WILLARD CITY RESIDENTS*
Don't forget to file your Willard Income Tax. The deadline is Wednesday July 15th, but avoid the lines on tax day. File Now! Every resident 18 and over is required to file. Our lobby is open and we are ready to help you. Please call the Tax Department at
419-933-7808 with questions. Tax forms are available at City Hall or online on our Income Tax Page.
The City of Willard will be honoring "Hometown Heroes" of our military starting the week of November 11, 2018 and continuing throughout 2019. Each week, a different Hometown Hero will be recognized on the electronic sign at the Willard City Park, as well as, through the City’s Facebook page. If you know a service man or woman that you would like to recognize who currently lives or has lived in Willard or the surrounding townships, please complete and return the following form with a picture. Click here for Hometown Hero Form
We need your input!
Huron County Creating Healthy Communities and our community partners are asking for your help in identifying locations throughout the county that need improvement for those who walk, run, bike, skate, use a mobility aid or any other form of active transportation.
Our team is working to complete a county-wide Active Transportation Plan for Huron County. With your help, we will gather information on specific locations in our bicycle and pedestrian network map that are meaningful to you.
When reviewing the map, please provide input on the creation and improvement of sidewalks, crosswalks, signage, bike lanes, trails and shared-use trails throughout the county.
Visit https://www.huroncohealth.com/atp to share your thoughts now!
Online Utility Account Access
You can now Sign up for online access to your Utility Account. Just click on the Online Bill Pay Icon above, then click Register. You can also sign up for e-billing once you are registered. To register, you will need your Utility Account number and the last amount you paid. Call the Service desk if you need help at 419-933-2581.
Did you know that the City has Unclaimed Funds? Find out if your name is on our list by clicking Unclaimed List below. If you find your name on the list, please complete a Claim Form which can be found below, along with instructions for filling out the form. Cities are required to hold onto unclaimed funds for 5 years. After that time, if still unclaimed, funds are transferred into the General Fund per Ohio Revised Code 9.39.