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|Saturday - February 25, 2017
||Tim Hortons - 365 Agler Road
|Thursday - May 18, 2017
||Donatos - 1391 E. Johnstown Road
|Saturday - August 26, 2017
||Panera Bread - 91 N.Hamilton Road
|Saturday - November 18, 2017
||Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Professional Realty - 121 Mill Street, Suite 128
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2016 Meeting Notes & Action Register
The police department and city officials often receive calls throughout the year about domestic and wild animal issues. In the City's monthly column featured in the July edition of ThisWeek Community News, Chief Dennis Murphy from the Gahanna Division of Police shares tips on how residents can prevent issues related to wildlife.
Gahanna is home to many wonderful service organizations that have been instrumental in upholding our most valued community traditions. In the City's monthly column featured in the June edition of ThisWeek Community News, Mayor Kneeland shares his insights on the importance of volunteerism and the impact it has on our community.
Get to know your Gahanna police officers. while enjoying a night of live music, entertainment and family fun filled activities at Creekside Plaza, 117 Mill Street !
This past spring Mayor Tom Kneeland signed a proclamation making Gahanna a Pollinator Community. This initiative is important because pollinators are threatened with a loss of habitat and food sources. A pollinator is any animal that visits plants and moves pollen. Bees and butterflies are among the most popular pollinators, but beetles, bats, flies, hummingbirds and moths are others. Pollinators are essential for human, animal and plant survival.
Now that school is out for the summer, the Gahanna Division of Police would like to remind parents about the City's curfew ordinance. Per City of Gahanna Ordinance (Chapter 531.01) children under the age of 14 not accompanied by an adult must be indoors by 10 p.m., while teenagers 14-17 must be in by 11 pm.