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4th Floor, Suite 400
Newark, Ohio 43055
Anyone wishing to have an event in the City of Newark for which it is anticipated will be in violation of the Newark Codified Ordinance section 634 for noise control, may apply for a variance through the Director of Public Safety.
Appeal Process: Decisions on the granting or denial of a variance request will be issued by the Director of Public Safety no later than 14 days after the receipt of the variance application. If you would like to appeal the granting of a noise variance or the denial of a noise variance, an appeal must be filed no later than 10 days after the decision has been issued and posted on the City of Newark’s website. All appeals will be decided by the Newark City Council. Please use link below for more information.
The City of Newark does not have an Animal Control Officer. Services are provided by the Licking County Animal Shelter and the Licking County Humane Society.
For dog complaints (stray, animal bites, etc.) please call the
Licking County Animal Shelter (740) 349-6563.
or visit Licking County Animal Shelter website
For Humane Agent cases (abused, injured, etc.) please call the
Licking County Humane Society (740) 323-2100.
or visit Licking County Humane Society website
To report a deceased animal in the roadway, please call the Newark Police Department at (740) 670-7200 or (740) 670-7201
In 2006, city council passed an ordinance authorizing the director of public safety to establish a fee schedule for emergency transport services within our municipality. Additionally, the director is charged with establishing a mechanism to waive fees when a documented hardship exists.
This was done in part because existing funding sources didn’t adequately cover the associated costs of providing the service and lawmakers sought to reduce dependency upon general fund allocations. The model ensures more stable budgetary parameters.
Billing services are administered to by private and third-party entity. If you’ve used the service, an invoice is first submitted to any and all insurance providers. Afterwards, the remaining balance becomes the responsibility of the patient. An attached document ensures anyone can seek relief if a hardship exists.