department Of Public Safety

460 Rocky Fork Boulevard, Gahanna, OH 43230 | (614) 342-4240 (non-emergency) | Fax (614) 342-4300
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Gahanna’s Department of Public Safety is comprised of the Division of Police and Emergency Communications. Robert Keyes serves as the Director of Public Safety, overseeing the Department’s operations. With over thirty years of public service as a law enforcement officer and administrator with Ohio’s Department of Corrections, Director Keyes has overseen the rapid transformation of the Department in providing leading-edge professional services to Gahanna’s businesses and residents.
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Gahanna Division of Police News
Morse Road Widening Project
3/19/2015

Morse Road Widening Project

The City of Columbus is expecting to begin the Morse Road Widening Project on Monday March 23, 2015.  This project will widen Morse Road from two to three lanes between US 62 and Trellis Lane.  There may  be delays during construction; however, two way one lane traffic is expected to be maintained throughout the duration of construction.  The project is expected to be complete by October 2015.

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Agler Rd Water Meter Replacement Rescheduled
3/13/2015

Agler Rd Water Meter Replacement Rescheduled

The City of Gahanna will be working in conjunction with the City of Columbus to replace the Agler Rd master water meter near the intersection of Agler Rd and Penny Ln.  The work that was previously cancelled due to weather has been rescheduled for Saturday March 21, 2015 between 6am-11am.  Click the link above for additional details.

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Statewide Tornado Drill to Take Place March 6th at 9:50 a.m.
3/3/2015

Statewide Tornado Drill to Take Place March 6th at 9:50 a.m.

As part of Ohio's Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 1 -7, the City pf Gahanna will participate in a Statewide Tornado Drill on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 9:50 a.m.  The sirens will be activated one time for three minutes -- a longer tone than in the regular Wednesday noon tests.  The test tone will be the same "tornado warning" tone which will be used in an actual tornado warning.

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