Rebecca Stinchcomb, Mayor of Gahanna
200 South Hamilton, Gahanna, OH 43230 | (614) 342-4045
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At approximately 12:00 pm on Friday, October 2, 2015 a water line break in the area of Clark State Road at Hamilton Road occurred. Water division crews have been dispatched to assess the damage and repairs are underway. Please click on the above link for more information.
UPDATE: (October 2, 2015, 2:00pm): As of 1:50pm Friday, October 2nd, 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 1:50pm Sunday, October 4th.
The Department of Public Service has approved a lane closure for N Hamilton Rd (between US-62 and Morse Rd) on Monday, October 5, 2015 from 9am to 3pm. Click the above link for more information.
The slope stabilization project will begin the week of Monday, September 28, 2015. The project is expected to take 30 days to complete. The bike path will be closed the duration of the project. Intermittent flagging operations and lane closures are expected. Two way one lane traffic will be maintained at all times.
The City of Gahanna has released its Economic Development strategy. The purpose of this strategy is to identify the community's economic potential to attract and retain business and spur development in the city. The strategy is intended to serve as a guide for policymakers, community stakeholders, local businesses and future investors.
Each year, fDi Intelligence publishes a report, American Cities of the Future, ranking cities in North America under five categories: Economic Potential, Business Friendliness, Human Capital and Lifestyle, Cost Effectiveness and Connectivity. This year, Gahanna was among those recognized as one of the winners and was ranked 9th best micro city in North America for its Economic Potential and Human Capital and Lifestyle.
Each year the American Public Works Association (APWA) issues a call out to members to share best practices within their organization during this annual internal conference. This year, the City of Gahanna Public Service Department was among those selected to present at the 2015 APWA International Public Works Congress & Exposition on September 2, 2015.
Currently, the City of Gahanna utilizes CodeRED to provide emergency notifications and warnings about important events to its citizens. Beginning July 21, 2015, Gahanna citizens will have the option to sign up to receive alerts about emergencies and other community news through ALERT Franklin County -- Franklin County's new Mass Notification & Warning System. To register or learn more information, click here.
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