City Hall will be Closed
As winter is approaching we would like to remind residents that snow emergencies will be declared by the city when a snowfall sufficient to impede traffic justifies snow removal (at least 2”). A snow emergency will be declared by the Public Works Director before the parking restrictions are in effect.
No vehicle shall be parked or be permitted to remain on any street, avenue, or alley in the City of Hancock after the announcement of the snow alert. Vehicles must stay off until snow alert is canceled or expired.
Any violation to parking when a snow emergency is called shall be subject to a fine as set forth in the City Code, Chapter 6, Section 600.06.
The city would also like to bring to your attention to remove any vehicle, trailer, or any other item at least 10 feet from the curbline, as wings on plow trucks extend past the curbline.
If there are any questions on any of the above, you can contact the city office at 392-5285 or the city garage at 392-5360 during normal business hours.
Hancock July 4th Celebration
Monday, July 4th 2016
Election Results for Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Linking to OSS Election Results
To link to a page with local results, simply navigate to the page you wish to display, and use that URL for linking
(Municipal Races – 26936 Hancock for Unoffical Results).
Hancock Shirts Available!
Pricing: T-shirts $14.00, Long Sleeve T-Shirts $22.00, Sweatshirts $45.00 (available by order only).
All items will be available until November 1st.
Would you like to have your city bill emailed to you instead of receiving it in the mail?
The city of Hancock is facing the future with a bright new look. It is a small town with a brilliant future. A future that has been shaped by its past and many people who have made it the community it is. A community with a strong history, confident present and positive look toward the future.