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Citizen input and the City’s strategic planning process played a key role in its decision to extend pool operations for one more year.
During the December 15 Council meeting, the City’s 2015 budget was unanimously passed by Gahanna City Council. The 2015 budget will fund pool operations for Hunters Ridge Pool and Gahanna Swimming Pool through the City’s use of excess General Fund balance. Excess General Fund balance is similar to a personal savings account and is not designated for specific use. Similar to 2014, the Department of Parks & Recreation plans to contract concessions operations, water quality maintenance and lifeguards. The department will manage the front desk staff and seasonal opening and closing in 2015.
We invite you to come visit with Santa, his Elves and Mrs. Claus from 9am -1pm at the Ohio Herb Education Center this Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 9am - 1pm!
Cost: Cost: $5/craft/photo or 3 items for $12
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.
Trees that grow near power lines can be dangerous and cause power outages. Although outages occur for a variety of reasons, one of the most common causes of power outages is tree limbs falling onto power lines. To prevent dangerous situations, the City of Gahanna works with AEP to regularly trim and remove trees on a rotating schedule, in addition to clearing branches from power lines. AEP contracts with Asplundh Tree Expert Company Inc, a licensed international tree -care company.