Useful Information & Links
All Hubbard Township criminal and traffic cases are held at the Girard Municipal Court
Fingerprinting : Web Check Locations
Trumbull County Sex Offender Registry
Due to the risk of damage to the vehicle the Hubbard Township Police Department does not unlock vehicles. If other circumstances exist, such as a young child locked in the vehicle, an Officer will be sent to assist in any way possible. Contacting a locksmith or local tow company is your best alternative in most cases.
Who do I call for Sick/Injured Animals?
Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County (330) 539-5300
Who do I call for Missing/Stray Dogs?
Dog Warden (330) 675-2787
Hubbard Joint Eagle Fire Department
What are the Child Restraint Laws?
National Highway Safety AdministrationChild Restraint Laws
Junk Motor Vehicles
Zoning department 330-534-2161
To obtain building permit 330-534-2161
Township Roads: 330-534-9798
County Roads : 330-675-2640
State/ Interstate 330-637-5951
Damaged or Missing Street/ Road signs:
Hubbard Township Road Department – 330-534-9798
Trumbull County Court View – https://courts.co.trumbull.oh.us/eservices/home.page.2
Trumbull County Inmate Search – http://sheriff.co.trumbull.oh.us/sh_ijisinmates.html
Girard Municipal Court View – https://eservices.girardmunicipalcourt.com/eservices/home.page.2
Hubbard City Government/Police – https://www.cityofhubbard-oh.gov/public-safety/staff/
Drug Take Back Program
The Drug Take Back Program was implemented to give people a way to dispose of unwanted prescription and non-prescription medications. The program allows users to anonymously deposit these items in a locked steel box located at the entrance to the police department.The items are then collected and destroyed in an environmentally safe method. Hours to drop off: 7:00 am – 3:00pm
For the safety of police personnel handling these items, please abide by the following procedures:
Secure all medications in a resealable bag or container
Limit items being deposited to pills, capsules, creams, or syrups only
Syringes may be accepted if placed in a cleaned out semi- clear or clear plastic container (i.e., water bottle with the cap securely on)
Mark the outside of the container “sharps”
In the event you lose your family pet, please contact the Hubbard Township Police Department at 330-675-2730. The dispatcher will record your pet’s name, type of animal, breed, color and your contact information. If the police department is notified that your beloved pet has been located, we will contact you with when and where you can be re-united.
CIT Certified Officers Training
Several members of the department have received Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training and certification. This is specialized training in handling encounters with special needs adults and children, the elderly, emotionally disturbed people, violent perpetrators, suicidal individuals, persons suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, or highly volatile situations.
The Vacation Watch Program is a service provided by the Hubbard Township Police Department to alleviate some concern residents may experience while away from their homes. After completing and submitting the vacation watch request form, the residence is added to a list which is distributed to the officers. Officers will then periodically check your residence.
You may submit your request by completing, printing, and returning the Vacation Check Form. You can come to the police station between 8:00am – 12:00pm and ask for an application at the window located in our lobby.
Business Contact Questionnaire
If you are a township business please make sure we have your contact information. This information is stored in the event we would need to contact you in an emergency situation or after hours incident. Business Contact Questionnaire