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.
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 »
Check out our "Around the Village" section for a listing of agencies and organizations including the Huber Opera House & Civic Center.
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.
Industrial Park Covenant & Restrictions
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 month
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
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
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
EMERGENCY WEATHER SHELTERS
St John Lutheran Church
St Michael's Catholic Church
Grace United Methodist Church
Visit the HIX TV page for more information and the full weekly lineup.
12:00 AM - Junior High Volleyball vs Wayne Trace 9-30-14
2:00 AM - Junior High Football vs Tinora 9-16-14
3:30 AM - In The Fight
4:00 AM - Varsity Football vs Antwerp 10-10-14
7:00 AM - Hicksville Village Council Replay
8:00 AM - 2014 Defiance County Fair Livestock Sale
10:00 AM - Junior High Volleyball vs Wayne Trace 9-30-14
12:00 PM - Academic Team vs Montpelier 10-8-14
1:00 PM - Varsity Football vs Antwerp 10-10-14
3:30 PM - HHS News 10-10-14
4:00 PM - Hicksville Village Council Replay
5:00 PM - Hicksville Rotary Programs-September 2014 Part Two
6:00 PM - HHS News 10-10-14
7:00 PM - Varsity Volleyball vs Ayersville 10-7-14
9:00 PM - Junior High Football vs Tinora 9-16-14
10:30 PM - HHS 2014 Homecoming Court Pep Rally 9-12-14
11:00 PM - Junior Varsity Volleyball vs Ayersville 10-7-14
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!
GARDENING EDUCATION SERIES
2nd Monday of the month - Ask the Expert 5-7 pm, class at 7pm.
November: Winter Container Gardening / December: Decorating with live greens
January: Planning a new year of gardening / February: Indoor Seed Planting
March: Jump starting your garden / April: Spring Tree & Shrub pruning tips
May: Selecting & using annuals / July: Recycling & Repurposing
August: Mums / September: Spring & Summer Flowering Bulbs
October: Cleaning up the Garden for Winter / November: Herbs are Forever
December: Decorating with Live Greens / January: Planning for the new year
February: Indoor Seed Planting / March: Adding Perenniels to your Landscape
April: Tree Planting & Tree & Shrub Pruning Tips / May: Organic Weed & Pest Control
June: Creative Container Gardening
Monday October 27 at 6pm the library will be hosting its Cookbook Club and Movie Night at the same time. Parents are invited to bring their children up to watch "Toy Story of Terror" which is a Halloween story that follows after Toy Story 3. While the movie is going on parents are welcome to participate in our cookbook club. This month recipes will be selected from the "Big Book of Country Baking". Copies of the book are available for checkout at the library.
Wednesday October 29 at 4pm the library will be hosting a Halloween event for any student in kindergarten through 5th grade. Games, crafts, and activities will be on hand for participants.
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