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.
Bike Tour to Utilize Gahanna Bike Routes
8/23/2016

Bike Tour to Utilize Gahanna Bike Routes

Join the Gahanna Bicycle and Trail Advisory Committee for a second History Tour on Sunday, August 28 at 1 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 73 West Johnstown Rd. The 20 mile tour will utilize Gahanna bike routes and Jefferson Township scenic byways. The tour is free of charge with donations accepted for the Gahanna Historical Society.

8/16/2016

POOL UPDATE: Parks & Recreation Taking Steps to Ensure Public Health

Hunters Ridge Pool and Gahanna Swimming Pool are closed today, Tuesday, August 16.

Due to the recent outbreak of Cryptosporidosis in Central Ohio, Franklin County Public Health is advising local pools to take steps to ensure the health of our community. According to FCPH, Gahanna Parks & Recreation has NO CONFIRMED CASES at our sites, however, preventative steps are being taken to ensure the health and safety members and guests safe.

City Transitions to County Emergency Mass Notification System
6/22/2016

City Transitions to County Emergency Mass Notification System

Beginning July 1, 2016, subscribers on the current emergency notification system CodeRED will now have to sign up on ALERT Franklin County to continue to receive important updates and emergency notifications.  Signing up is easy and quick, click here to opt into the new system.

MOPRC ERH Program Provides Commuters a Free Ride Home
7/27/2016

MOPRC ERH Program Provides Commuters a Free Ride Home

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) new Emergency Ride Home (ERH) program is offering commuters who experience an emergency at work a free ride home.  The program is designed to reduce transportation and cost barriers to individuals who carpool, vanpool, walk, bike or ride transit an alternative commute home due to illness, family emergency, or unexpected overtime. Click here to register or learn more about the program.