You're new to this growing city, and you need answers to some
really important questions. Here’s a helping hand to get you
settled as smoothly as possible.
Hudson is a popular destination for singles and families
because of its wide range of housing options. From century
homes on the National Register of Historic Places, to elegant
estates, new construction town homes and apartments, this
gorgeous city has it all.
for a list of local
relocation and housing experts.
Education and Child Care
Hudson Police / 330.342.1800 non-emergency
Hudson Fire / 330.342.1860 non-emergency
Hudson EMS / 330.342.1842
Akron Beacon Journal / 800.777.2442 /
Cleveland Plain Dealer / 800.275.7346 / www.plaindealer.com
Hudson Hub-Times / 330.688.0088 / www.hudsonhubtimes.com
Time Warner Cable / 877.772.2253 / www.twcneo.com
Hudson Cable TV25
Places of Worship
Hudson income tax rate is 2%.
Summit County sales tax is 6.5%
Hudson has an AA1 Bond Rating.
Northeast Ohio cost of living is 3.7% below the national
Telephone & Utilities
Telephone - Windstream / www.windstream.com
Natural Gas - Dominion / www.dom.com
Utilities - check this link to determine whether your
property/location is served by the City of Hudson or another
http://www.hudson.oh.us/departments/ED/hudson_at_a_glance.asp Or call 330.342.1710.
Retiring in Hudson
to search for active adult, 55+ and retirement living
Click here for
search for assisted living, skilled nursing and
Hudson Senior Club / Contact Martha Marsh at 330.653.6509.