Village of Utica Ohio

Welcome to the
Village of Utica, OH

What a Great Place to Call Home

Taxes:

Anyone who lives or works in the Village of Utica will have until July 15, 2020 to file your Income Tax Return. However, your 1st Quarterly payment, along with your 2nd Quarterly payment will be due on the July 15th date.

Business payments will remain the same, either monthly or quarterly. There are no changes being made at this time.

If you have any questions concerning your taxes, feel free to email the Tax Clerk at .

Mayor’s Court:

Anyone with questions about Mayors Court should contact the Clerk of Courts at .

Water:

You are still able to mail your payments to P.O. Box 524 Utica, OH 43080, drop your payments off at one of our two drop boxes (located at the front of the building up the stairs and the other is located on the East side of the building next to the door on the right), or call in your payment with your credit card. Please have all of your information ready when you call (Account Number, Name on Account, Address and The Amount You Would Like To Pay). Also, payments will take a little longer to process, so don’t be alarmed if it doesn’t process for a couple days.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.

Stay Safe!

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POLICE DEPT.

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WATER DEPT.

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TAX DEPT.

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VILLAGE COUNCIL

The Village of Utica is a small community in central Ohio nestled in a lush valley along the bank of the North Fork of the Licking River. Utica is located at the crossing of State Route 13 and U.S. Route 62, and is 12 miles north of Newark, 12 miles south of Mt. Vernon, and 35 miles east of Columbus, the state capitol. The village covers approximately 1.71 square miles, with a population of 2,132 residents.
A full-time police department, volunteer fire and EMS departments provide public safety services to residents and visitors of the village. The village also maintains water and wastewater treatment facilities, with a current capacity to support 10,000 residents.
Two gas stations, a grocery store, a doctor’s office, chiropractor, veterinary clinic, a weekly newspaper, two banks, seven churches, several restaurants, and numerous other businesses provide all the services necessary for a thriving community. There are two hospitals within 15 miles. A branch of the Licking County Public Library is also located in the village.
The Village of Utica has an excellent educational system as well. Part of North Fork Local School District, the village is home to Utica High School, Utica Junior High, and Utica Elementary School. Students wishing to attend vocational school at C-Tec are transported. There are also several institutions of higher education within a short distance, including the Newark branch of the Ohio State University, Central Ohio Technical College, Mt. Vernon Nazarene University, and Kenyon College.