Mayor

The Village of Hicksville, located in Defiance County in Northwest Ohio, is home for nearly 4,000 citizens I am proud to serve as Mayor. I welcome you to our website. Hopefully you will find the information you seek. I encourage you to comment on the material provided.

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Applications and Forms

Hicksville has always been framed by residents who don’t give up, who largely depend on themselves and who look out for their neighbors by providing money, food or strength.  Let’s look at how all of this came to be. Continue Reading »

Around the Village

Huber SignCheck out our "Around the Village" section for a listing of agencies and organizations including the Huber Opera House & Civic Center.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Hicksville
offers free land to private sector companies who set up operations in the village Industrial Park. Any type business that provides at least 20 new full-time jobs is eligible for 5 acres of land. The program is administered through the Defiance County Economic Development office and is designed to bring jobs to a shovel ready industrial park. Jobs must pay an average of 150% of the Federal minimum wage and the industry must make a 5 year commitment secured through a promissory note. For more information call Jerry Hayes at 419-784-4471 or Larry Haver at 419-542-6161.
Flyer attached
Industrial Park Covenant & Restrictions

Land for Jobs Program
Jobs Tax Credit Program

Fountain of Faith Free Clinic
serving the Hicksville community
The Hicksville Clinic is held at Community Memorial Hospital (Specialty Clinic #2) the 1st Saturday of the mont
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beginning at 8 am.
All patients must be signed in by 9:30 am
first come, first served.

Click here for 2014 dates
Call 419-542-7173 for more information

ANIMAL TRAPPING
If you have an animal on your property that needs to be removed, please call one of the following names for assistance:
Game Warden: Matt Smith 419-429-8381

ERIE RECYCLING
2nd Saturday of the month
in the parking lot at
St. Michael's Catholic Church
from 9 am to 11 am.

PROPER DISPOSAL OF PRESCRIPTION
or OTC DRUGS

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OhioMeansJobs.com
Bev Hohenberger
Workforce Specialist, Region 1
bev.hohenberger@jfs.ohio.gov
Ohio Learn To Earn flyer
Employer Tax Credit form
Work Opportunity Tax Credit brochure

EMERGENCY WEATHER SHELTERS
St John Lutheran Church
St Michael's Catholic Church
American Legion
Grace United Methodist Church

HIX-TV Schedule redline

Visit the HIX TV page for more information and the full weekly lineup.

Friday
12:00 AM - Hicksville Village Council Replay
1:00 AM - 2015 HHS Coronation
3:00 AM - 2015 HES 5th-6th Grade Music Program
4:30 AM - Boys District Basketball vs Edgerton 3-10-15
6:00 AM - School Board Meeting 4-20-15
8:00 AM - 2015 Regional Science Fair Awards Ceremony
9:00 AM - 2015 HES Second Grade Music Program
11:00 AM - 2015 GMC Wrestling Tournament Part 2
12:30 PM - HHS News
1:00 PM - 2015 HES Second Grade Music Program
3:00 PM - Hicksville Village Council Replay
4:00 PM - School Board Meeting 4-20-15
5:30 PM - HHS News
6:00 PM - 2015 HES 3rd-4th Grade Music Program
7:00 PM - Hicksville Rotary Club Program
8:00 PM - 2015 HES 5th-6th Grade Music Program
9:30 PM - Boys District Basketball vs Edgerton 3-10-15
11:00 PM - 2015 Regional Science Fair Awards Ceremony

 

 

Johnson Memorial Library
Zachary Bowling, Branch Manager
For more information go to www.defiancelibrary.org. or call 419-542-6200.
Monday and Tuesday 11 am to 8 pm - Wednesday 9 am to 8 pm - Thursday: Closed
Friday 10 am to 6 pm - Saturday 10 am to 1 pm - Sunday: Closed

If you are interested in volunteering for some of our programs it would be greatly appreciated!

Monday May 4th at 6pm Miss Northwestern Ohio, Nicole Baringer will be visiting the library. She will be giving a presentation on how children can be role models in their community and will be reading Jane Yolen's "Not All Princesses Wear Pink" This program is free to all and intended for children ages 3-8.

Monday May 4th from 7-8pm a Master Gardener will be at the library to answer any gardening questions or concerns you might have.

Tuesday May 5th at 4pm is National Beverage Day at the library. Stop in and create your very own drink. Judges will be on hand to test the beverages and a prize will be given to the best beverage creator.

Wednesday May 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th from 10am-12pm is Play Day at the library. Toys, games, and crafts will be set out for children during this time allowing them to play with or make new friends.

Friday May 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th at 4pm is the library's Minecraft League. Stop in to mine, build, or explore with friends.

Saturday May 9th at 10am the library will once again be hosting a Nintendo Wii Tournament. This month we will be playing Wii Golf. Please register by May 8th. Snacks will be provided.

Tuesday May 12th at 6pm is Jeopardy! night at the library. This month's theme will be Superheroes. Stop in to test your knowledge about superheroes and possibly win prizes.

Saturday May 16th at 11am the 2nd-4th grade reading level book club will meet. Join us for a fun book discussion and snacks.

Monday May 18th is Family Movie Night at the library. Join us at 6pm as we show the film "Big Hero 6". The film is rated PG and lasts 1 hour and 40 minutes. Refreshments will be provided.

Tuesday May 19th at 4:30pm is Science Day. This month we will be performing science experiments with marshmallow peeps.

Wednesday May 20th from 3:30-5pm is Teen Maker Day at the library. This month participants will be making their own Tie-Dyed T-shirts.

Wednesday May 20th at 7pm our "Hooked on Books" book club will be meeting. This month we will be discussing Christina Baker Kline's "Orphan Train".

Saturday May 23rd at 10am the library will be hosting its 3rd Annual Bike Show. Any child is invited to bring their bike to the library. We will have a safety course children can navigate through as well as a bike judging competition.

Monday May 25th the library will be closed all day in honor of Memorial Day. We will reopen Tuesday at our normal hours.

Tuesday May 26th the library is hosting a Maker Day. From 3:30-5pm stop in to create your own perler bead patterns. Library staff will then melt the beads and participants can take their creations home. 

Library Services
Internet - WiFi - Printer - Copier - Fax - Laminator - Scanner - Ellison Die Cut Machine - Microfilm Reader/Printer - Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 - Homebound Delivery - Reference Services - Genealogy & Local History Collections - Tours - Computer Classes