The Licking County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 4:00pm, at the Donald D. Hill County Administration
Building, 20 S. Second Street, Newark, Ohio 43055, 4th Floor for the purpose of
Approving Resolution 105-128 – Entering into an Agreement with Woolpert, Inc. for aerial imagery for the Licking County Auditor’s Office.
The Licking County Records Commission will hold a bi-annual meeting on Tuesday, June 23, at 2 p.m. in Room A (basement) of the Licking County Administration Building. Participants are asked to observe social distancing guidelines and to wear a face mask or covering if possible.
Please contact Records Center and Archives Manager Corinne Johnson at 740-670-5122 for more information, and visit the Records and Archives Department homepage to view the meeting agenda.
Notice is hereby given that there is before the Board of County Commissioners of Licking County, Ohio, the matter of VACATING A PORTION OF LANCASTER AVE. IN LICKING TWP.
Discussion: Transit Development Plan (TDP) Board, next stepsUnsheltered Transport
Ohio businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding on March 20-22, 2020 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today.
The Licking County Transit Board will hold their regular April 15 Board Meeting via phone conference at 5:00 pm. For public interested in joining, the call-in information is 1-866-899-4679, Access Code: 395-400-597.
Primary Elections Extended To April 28
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Information and guidance is changing rapidly regarding the COVID-1.
Get involved and provide valuable comments and requested changes for CANHMP; Licking County's Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan.
In accordance with ORC Section 307.12 amended by HB 226 of the 124th General Assembly the Licking County Board of Commissioners shall adopt, during each calendar year, a resolution expressing its intent to sell surplus property by internet auction.
Licking County Commissioners are seeking qualifications for a variety of Engineering and Architectural Services over the next twelve (12) months.
The cleaned records are now part of the department’s permanent collection and are available to the public. They include Auditor and Treasurer tax duplicates, and Clerk of Courts court dockets, naturalizations, and partition records, among others. The earliest record in the project dates to 1834, just 26 years after Licking County was established.
Licking County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) meets the 2nd Thursday every other month (Odd months). The meetings are held at 783 Irving Wick Dr. W (Licking County EOC). The meeting starts at 10:30 and usually runs 1-2 hours depending on agenda. The Committee is made up of both private and public sector employees. Proper notice will be made if meeting dates and times change.
Licking County surplus items are auctioned off monthly on GovDeals.com. Did you know, Licking County sells its surplus items from the 1st through the 15th of every month?