The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) has certified five local governments as the first set of Sustainable2050 communities to achieve an elevated status for their actions to promote sustainability. Sustainable2050 is a program that supports communities’ sustainability efforts through direct technical assistance, collaboration, and recognition. Each member’s tier status is determined by the number of […]
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Beginning Monday, October 22, 2018, Law General Contracting will be performing the work associated with the Pizzurro Park Bridge Replacement project. This project will remove and replace the deficient bridge that carries Pizzurro Park Drive over the stream that flows into Big Walnut Creek that provides access to Pizzurro Park. During this time, Pizzurro Park […]
On October 10, 2018, the Planning Commission voted to postpone the public hearing for the zoning application for the Hamilton Towne Centre Development to November 7, 2018. For more information, contact the Clerk of Council’s office at 614.342.4090.
Dear Gahanna Residents, As 2018 winds down, I would like to thank the citizens of Gahanna for another wonderful year. Being your mayor these past three years has truly been my pleasure, and I look forward to the memorable times still to come. In order to maintain Gahanna’s reputation as a place where people want […]
Beginning Wednesday, October 3, the left lane of I-670 E between I-71 and I-270 will remain closed until 1 pm each day. Extending this lane closure will expedite payment repairs that must be completed before the temperatures drop. Along with the left lane, the entrance ramps from E. 5th Ave. and Leonard Ave. to I-670 […]
Over the next several weeks, Mayor Kneeland, City Staff, and City Council will host a series of community conversations and town hall meeting on Issue 29 to answer community questions about Issue 29. To get the facts about Issue 29, click here. If you have a specific question, email email@example.com.
Gahanna City Council unanimously voted on July 2, to place a one percent earned income tax increase on the Nov. 6, 2018 ballot. The funds will be used to repair the City’s streets and maintain a safe community. Despite nine years of economic growth, the City of Gahanna currently faces a potential $2.6 million shortfall […]
Award presented to entities that meet the highest principles of governmental budget For the fifth consecutive year, the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has presented the City of Gahanna with the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2018 budget. The award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and represents a significant achievement […]
New brand identity connects the past to the present Recently, the City of Gahanna has unveiled its new brand to the community. The new brand celebrates the natural beauty of Gahanna, the strength of its families and its commitment to help businesses grow and thrive. Over the past year, the City, along with Council, Align2Market and […]
The community is invited to attend the upcoming public hearings on the following: MR-0027-2018 TO PROVIDE PUBLIC NOTICE AND ESTABLISH THE SCHEDULE FOR LEGISLATIVE STEPS REQUIRED FOR THE AMENDMENT OF SECTION 161.081, CREDIT FOR TAX PAID TO ANOTHER MUNICIPALITY, OF CHAPTER 161, as follows: JULY 23, 2018 (7 pm) – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE DISCUSSION […]
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