About Talk2Us


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Welcome to the City of Hilliard’s online community engagement platform, Talk2Us, Hilliard!

This site is designed for one purpose: To help us connect. The City of Hilliard wants to hear our community's thoughts about upcoming projects, developments, and programs. We want your opinions about big topics and small. And we want to give you a platform to share your ideas online, 24/7, whenever it’s convenient for you!

If it affects you, City Council and City staff want to hear your voice.




Headshot of Andy Teater

Welcome to the City of Hilliard’s online community engagement platform, Talk2Us, Hilliard!

This site is designed for one purpose: To help us connect. The City of Hilliard wants to hear our community's thoughts about upcoming projects, developments, and programs. We want your opinions about big topics and small. And we want to give you a platform to share your ideas online, 24/7, whenever it’s convenient for you!

If it affects you, City Council and City staff want to hear your voice.



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  • I and some colleagues are actively looking for a place to connect with Hilliard folks about the uptick of opioid overdose deaths due to covid and to educate people on how they could possibly SAVE A LIFE w/ Narcan. Where are appropriate opportunities for us to do this work??

    Stephanie Lancaster asked 14 days ago

    Please contact Dawn Steele who works with the City's recovery court. dsteele@hilliardohio.gov.

  • We live in Dexter Falls, son goes to Hilliard schools, my wife works in Hilliard. Are we able to get the residential discount for a pool membership?

    Mike asked about 2 months ago

    Hello. If a member of your family works within the City of Hilliard boundaries, you qualify for the resident rate. 

  • Howe long will water be turned off in Hillcrest division? We had no notice.

    Lewis asked about 2 months ago

    Water line repairs and installation are performed by the City of Columbus: https://www.columbus.gov/utilities/about/The-Division-of-Water/


  • Is there anyway that the parks department could put some move gravel on the paths around the lakes at the park? Several locations on the gravel paths are muddy and impassible when wet due to the lack of gravel

    Park walker asked 3 months ago

    They'll check the paths this afternoon. Thanks for letting us know they may need some work.

  • How about using some of the money from the data center to connect the bike path to downtown Columbus ?

    Doug asked 4 months ago
    The extension of the Heritage Trail to the southeast toward Columbus is in the City's plans. At this time, we do not own the land and have not come to an agreement with the railroad.
  • Per a notice I received where will the new sign be located for the Crooked Can and Center St market?

    Livethejourney asked 4 months ago

    The signs are going to be located on the building itself. They will be used to identify the vendors located within.

  • I'm building in Heritage Preserve on Audubon Ave. There's only one driveway/access point in and out of our little side street for the homes there. I talked to the City Engineer, who said Fischer homes would have to change their plan and resubmit them to the City Planning Commission, though the Commission would not be on board with accepting that change, anyway. We asked Fischer and they said to talk to the City of Hilliard. Right now there's another temporary gravel driveway so construction workers can get in and out. It wouldn't be hard to just keep that open or pave it. Now we'll have potentially 18+ cars getting on and out of one access point.

    Kflyer1 asked 6 months ago

    Adding another access point onto Audubon Avenue would require changing the subdivision plat for the six lots on this service road. That change would have to be initiated by the developer, with a plat revision submitted to the City Planning and Zoning Commission for consideration. Such a request would not necessary guarantee approval.

    The current gravel access is  for construction of the six residences on the service road. Upon completion of construction of the last home, the developer must remove the gravel from this temporary access, place some topsoil, and seed the area so it grows back as grass between the service road and the bike path.

  • I think it’s Horrible that u are not changing trick or treat. Those kids wait all year for that one day and then they have a big let down . That’s wrong everyone else changed it why can’t zhilliatd.

    Diane asked 6 months ago

    The City of Hilliard's decision is consistent with most other Central Ohio communities (a decision intended to keep kids safe and minimize community-hopping by having trick-or-treat on multiple night.) We will be taking resident feedback into our plans for 2021 and will explore setting an official "rain date" for trick-or-treating next year.

  • Hello I live in Hayden Farms, Dublin/Hillard area. Can you please make Trick or Treat on Sat?

    Cortney asked 6 months ago

    We do not have plans to make this change citywide for 2020. However, we are aware that some neighborhoods are finding creative ways to do things this Saturday, including taking it upon themselves to plan trick-or-treat for their own streets, so this may be an option for Hayden Farms.  

  • Please change trick or treat to Saturday due to the weather that is coming in on the day you currently have it scheduled. It should have been scheduled on Saturday in the first place.

    Aaron Bauer asked 6 months ago
    The City will not be rescheduling or cancelling. The decision to participate in Beggar’s Night is up to individual parents. Rain or shine, trick or treat will be from 6-8 p.m. Thursday. This is consistent with actions being taken in other Central Ohio communities and with MORPC recommendations. 

    There are several reasons rescheduling is unsafe and impractical. At this point, many residents would not get the new message that Beggar’s Night has be rescheduled, so drivers and homeowners would not be expecting kids running around town in the dark on the new date. This safety issue is greater when we consider the increased likelihood of impaired drivers on Saturday nights.