City of Gahanna
200 South Hamilton
Gahanna, OH 43230

(614) 342-4000
(614) 342-4100 Fax

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M-F

About Gahanna

The City of Gahanna offers a wide range of activities, amenities, and services for residents.  Here are some key items to get your tour of our city started:

Our History
A rich past and vibrant future.

Location
Centrally located to much of the United States.

Community Profile
Learn more about who we are.
Community Shares Ideas, Brainstorms for Parks and Recreation Opportunities
11/14/2014

Community Shares Ideas, Brainstorms for Parks and Recreation Opportunities

A big "thank you" from the Department of Parks & Recreation and the Parks & Recreation Board to all community members who attended the community dialogue, "Planning our Future: Gahanna Pools, Parks and other Recreation Opportunities" on Wednesday, November 5. Over 100 people participated in six different round table discussions led by Parks Board members to provide input and brainstorm on a series of parks, recreation and pool related questions. Click here for a complete meeting summary. 

Water Line Repairs: Havens Corners Rd Near St Matthews
11/21/2014

Water Line Repairs: Havens Corners Rd Near St Matthews

At approximately 2:00 pm on Friday, November 21st, a water line break in the area of Havens Corners Rd near St Matthews occurred.  Water division crews have been dispatched to assess the damage and repairs are underway.  Once service is restored, residents and/or businesses are advised to boil any water before consuming.  The boil advisory will be in effect for 48-hours.

UPDATE (November 21st, 4:30 pm): As of 4:00 pm Friday, November 21st, repairs have been completed and water service has been restored.  A boil advisory will be in effect for 48-hours for the impacted area until 4:00 pm Sunday, November 23rd.

Proper Leaf Disposal Helps Prevent Flooding
10/24/2014

Proper Leaf Disposal Helps Prevent Flooding

It's that time of year where we enjoy the fall colors in Gahanna's beautiful parks and in our neighborhoods.  It's also a time where residents and businesses can help pitch in to keep our streets clean and prevent flooding by raking up fallen leaves and pine needles.  Click the link above for details regarding proper leaf disposal.

Water System Leak Detection Project
10/7/2014

Water System Leak Detection Project

The Department of Public Service is currently undertaking a water system leak detection project in order to optimize the peak performance of the City’s water distribution system.  ME Simpson, a professional leak detection company, has been contracted to perform the work with assistance from City Water Division personnel.  Click the link above for more details.

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