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BREAKING: Lane Closure Beginning 4/8

Leaking valve Huron Street at Cleveland Road East: crews will be excavating the site tomorrow, Monday 4/8  with work completion anticipated by the end of business on Tuesday 4/9.  Staff is anticipating having the northern lane of Cleveland Road (westbound) closed off from the river bridge to St. Peter’s Church.  Signage and lighted signs will [...]

Earn Volunteer Hours as a Safety Town Counselor

Students - Volunteering as a SAFETY TOWN COUNSELOR is a fun way to earn volunteer hours! Openings are limited.! Volunteers must have completed 6th grade before Safety Town. New Counselor application can be completed here.

State-Wide Tornado Drill: A Message from Andy White

In accordance with the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness, a state-wide tornado drill will take place on Wednesday, March 20 at 9:50 am. Tornado sirens will go off at that time. If this was in fact a true emergency, you would receive a notification from the National Weather Service. Please be aware that your [...]

8th Grade Parent Meeting Rescheduled

The 8th Grade Parent Meeting originally scheduled for tonight in the McCormick Auditorium has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 19, starting at 5:30pm. This is an important meeting for parents of current 8th grade students to learn more about HHS.

Indoor Soccer @ Shawnee is CANCELLED

Indoor Soccer @ Shawnee is CANCELLED for this evening, Jan. 31st due to "No School" weather. Based on weather forecast, we expect Indoor Soccer Saturday League @ Woodlands to be held as scheduled.

Update on Water Conservation Alert

For Immediate Release As of the morning of January 31, 2019 normal water use may resume. Through the overnight hours crews were able to build back finished water storage reserves thanks to conservation efforts in place. With finished water storage at normal levels we are cancelling the previously issued conservation notice and would like to [...]

Important Message from the City of Huron Water Department

Due to sub-zero temperatures, ice formation in and around the water plant intake has limited water production capability. Water Department personnel have and will continue to implement alternative means to try and increase water intake and production. At this time, the City of Huron is asking that all residents make every effort to conserve water [...]

Parking Ban Reminder

With the wild winter weather we have been experiencing, please be mindful of Huron's parking ban rules that go into effect for all city streets. This means that as soon as the snow fall reaches 2 inches within a twenty-four hour time period, you can not leave your vehicle on the street. Residents are asked [...]

Holiday Garbage Pick-Up

Happy New Year! Republic will be picking up garbage New Year's Eve day. Bulk pick up will be on Monday, January 7th. Republic will also be picking up Christmas trees at the curb on January 7th and January 14th. Please do not bag your tree.

Mucci Farms to Host Informational Session on Grow Lights

View the Sandusky Register article here.

Delayed Start for Schools on December 7

All Huron City Schools students will follow a two-hour delayed start schedule on Friday, December 7. The district scheduled three delayed starts throughout the school year, to serve as professional learning sessions for all faculty and staff. Each Vertical Alignment session allows for all staff to meet as departments, and across grade levels to review [...]

UPDATE: Road Closure Notice

DATE CHANGE: The Erie County Water Division will be closing Galloway Rd. to through traffic from Hull Rd. to East Perkins Ave. on Wednesday, October 25 from 9am until 3pm to make repairs to a water main break at the intersection of Galloway Rd. and East Perkins Ave. If you have any questions, please contact [...]

Huron v. Lexington Boys Varsity Soccer Score

Score for 10/22 game Lexington - 3 Huron - 0

City 2018 Paving Program

2018 Paving Program Information: City Council authorized the residential road paving project for this year. The streets being paved are listed on the attached document (Rye Beach neighborhood not shown as it is under a separate contract - to begin mid-July). All combined, the program invests nearly $2.7 million in critical infrastructure throughout the City. [...]