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Drug Take Back Day

The Holland Police Department will be accepting prescription medications during the National Drug Take Back day on October 23, 2021. The event runs from 10am – 2pm at two locations: The Holland Police Department on Clarion Avenue and in the Orchard Centre Kroger parking lot.

Only pills are accepted which should be removed from their containers and placed in plastic bags before dropping them off at the collection sites.

WEBCHECK APPLICATION – click here for form

The Police Department provides webcheck/background fingerprinting services

Monday thru Friday 10:30am to 1:30pm.

Please have your required paperwork completed prior to arriving at the Holland Police Building.

PLEASE NOTE THAT BCI IS EXPERIENCING EXTENDED DELAYS

IN RETURNING RESULTS OF WEBCHECKS.

RESULTS MAY TAKE UP TO 30 DAYS, PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY.

COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION LINK

COVID-19 HOTLINE 1-800-427-5634. https://lucascountyhealth.com/coronavirusupdates/  

Effective Monday September 13, 2021

All individuals entering a Village owned building will be required to wear face coverings.

Council meeting

October 5 & 19, 2021 7:30pm 

The meeting will be held in the Municipal Building, 1245  Clarion Ave. 

Facial coverings and social distancing not required but encouraged.

Feral Cats

As tempting as it may be, shooting feral cats in the Village is not an option. It is illegal to discharge a weapon within the Village limits. Please see the article on Feral Cats for more information.

AGGREGATION GAS SUPPLIER CHANGE

Effective December 1, 2021, the gas supplier for members of the Aggregation Coalition will change from Constellation to IGS Energy. You will receive a mailing advising of this change. If you wish to stay with the Aggregation group, do nothing and you will be automatically enrolled. 

 

           

 

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Mayor & Council
Income Tax

Holland contracts with the Regional Income Tax Agency (R.I.T.A.) for enforcement of its income tax regulations. This includes annual returns, estimated payments, local withholding, etc.

All returns, schedules, and other documents need to be submitted directly to R.I.T.A. Documents submitted to the Village of Holland will be returned to the sender and may result in penalties and fines if the returned filing is late.

R.I.T.A. Contact Information:

Business Filings – 1-800-860-7482 EXT 5003

Residential Filings – 1-800-860-7482 EXT 5002

All filings and payments may be made online at www.ritaohio.com.

R.I.T.A. also handles all Holland Springfield Joint Economic Development Zone (JEDZ) and Holland Springfield Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) filings including annual returns, estimated payments, and local withholding. 1-800-860-7482 EXT 3263.

DUE TO COVID-19, R.I.T.A. WILL NOT BE HOLDING IN PERSON HELP SESSIONS FOR 2021 RETURN PREPARATION.

2021 Income Tax forms and a Request Form for R.I.T.A. to complete your taxes can be found at this link.

 

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Leaf Collection

Fall Leaf Collection will run from October 4 thru the first week of December, 2021. Collection at the start of the season may not occur weekly but will be based on the maintenance department discretion.

COLLECTION SCHEDULE:
MONDAYS – All streets south of the railroad tracks including Nightingale
TUESDAYS – Clarion, Clark, Front and Angola Roads
WEDNESDAYS – Dunn, Cornwall, and Springfield Drive
THURSDAYS – Kipling, Second, McCord, Georgianna, Erie, Columbus, Washington and Almaine
FRIDAYS – all streets in the Whisperwood Subdivision

Please keep sticks, branches, rocks, and other plant material out of the leaf piles raked to the curb or street line for collection. These materials, other than the rocks, may be taken to Clean Wood Recycling on W. Bancroft and dropped off free of charge. Yard waste cards are valid through the end of the year.

Leaf piles should be kept at least 6 feet from telephone poles, street signs, and mailboxes, this helps to speed collection. Catch basins and curb inlets should also be kept clear so to avoid any street flooding or leaves entering the storm sewer system.

Clear Choices for Clean Water

As a member of the TMACOG Stormwater Coalition, the Village has participated in making information on how the average person can make a choice to help keep our drinking and recreation water safe. Simple things such as being sure the lid to your refuse cart is secure so that debris doesn’t blow out of the container to picking up a gum wrapper you may find on your daily walk adds up when we all are making the effort.

If you haven’t visited the Toledo Lake Erie Clear Choices Clean Water website yet, this postcard on how rain runoff can affect water quality is an example of the type of information you can find. Take a minute to visit the site and make a choice!

Meetings & Events

Sat 23

Drug Takeback

October 23 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Nov 02

JEDZ Meeting

November 2 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Nov 02

Council Meeting

November 2 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Nov 09

Planning Commission Meeting

November 9 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Nov 16

Council Meeting

November 16 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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