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CONTACT YOUR 2016 CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS


Ward One Stephen A. Renner President Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Two Michael Schnetzer   Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Three Brian D. Larick Vice President Term ends: 12/2017
Ward Four Jamie Leeseberg   Term ends: 12/2017
At Large Karen J. Angelou   Term ends: 12/2019
At Large Brian Metzbower   Term ends: 12/2019
At Large Nancy McGregor   Term ends: 12/2019

E-Mail all City of Gahanna Council members at council@gahanna.gov

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Legislative Process & Codified Ordinances

All legislative powers of the City are vested in Council. City Council members exercise their duties by adopting legislation in the form of ordinances or resolutions. While legislation is pending before Council, a draft version is available for review by the public. To view meeting agendas and/or minutes, or search for legislation or bill status please use the City Council’s Legislative Website. For Council Rules of Procedure click here

The Codified Ordinances of the City of Gahanna (complete to March 2015) are available online by clicking here

COFFEE WITH COUNCIL: Public Outreach Meetings
Sat. February 27  9:30 a.m. Tim Hortons - 365 Agler Road Notes
Thur. May 26 6:30 p.m.  Donatos - 1391 E. Johnstown Road Notes
Sat. August 27 9:30 a.m. Panera - 91 N. Hamilton Road Notes
Sat. November 19 9:30 a.m. Starbucks - N. Hamilton Road Notes

Coffee with Council Response Action Outcomes

2015 Meeting Notes

Department Staff
Kim Banning, CMC
Clerk of Council
kim.banning@gahanna.gov

Kayla Holbrook
Deputy Clerk of Council
kayla.holbrook@gahanna.gov
Sharon Montgomery
Records Administrator
sharon.montgomery@gahanna.gov

Krystal Gonchar
Council Office Assistant
krystal.gonchar@gahanna.gov

Ohio Department of Agriculture to Begin Gypsy Moth Treatment in Gahanna
5/4/2016

Ohio Department of Agriculture to Begin Gypsy Moth Treatment in Gahanna

This month, the Ohio Department of Agriculture will begin its aerial treatments designed to control the gypsy moth population in central Ohio. Weather permitting, the first round of treatments in Gahanna will begin this Saturday, May 7, 2016 during early morning hours.  Click here to view a map of the treatment area.


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Herb Day to Include Wellness Elements, New Herb Varieties and Continue Tradition of Celebrating All Things Herbal
4/29/2016

Herb Day to Include Wellness Elements, New Herb Varieties and Continue Tradition of Celebrating All Things Herbal

Preparations for Herb Day 2016 are currently underway at the Ohio Herb Education Center in Gahanna. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, May 7 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Creekside Plaza, 117 Mill St and is presented by Andrea Taylor, State Farm Agent. 

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An Herbal Affair Returns with Plant Preview for Herb Enthusiasts
4/28/2016

An Herbal Affair Returns with Plant Preview for Herb Enthusiasts

Now in its second year, An Herbal Affair, is expected to grow after a successful inaugural event. This year’s event will take place on Friday, May 6, from 7-9 p.m. at the Ohio Herb Education Center, 110 Mill St., and is presented by the Gahanna Parks & Recreation Foundation.

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Parks & Recreation to Open Section 5 of Big Walnut Trail
4/15/2016

Parks & Recreation to Open Section 5 of Big Walnut Trail

Gahanna Parks & Recreation will host a unique Earth Day trail ribbon cutting and tree planting ceremony on Friday, April 22 at 10 a.m. to open the newest section of the Big Walnut Trail near the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course at 220 Olde Ridenour Road.

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Help Protect Our Waterways Through Backyard Conservation
4/14/2016

Help Protect Our Waterways Through Backyard Conservation

The public is invited to attend a free backyard conservation workshop on Thursday, June 23, 2016 from 6:00pm-7:30pm at the Ohio Herb Education Center, 110 Mill St, Gahanna 43230.  The workshop will discuss urban stormwater, rainwater harvesting and infiltration and rebate options for backyard conservation practices.  You must register for the workshop in order to attend.  For more information contact the Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District at 614-486-9613.

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