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, Emergency Communications and Animal Control operations. 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
UPDATE -- Water Line Repair: N Hamilton Rd
4/15/2014

UPDATE -- Water Line Repair: N Hamilton Rd

At approximately 4:00 pm on Tuesday April 15th, a water line break on the west side of N Hamilton Rd (between US-62 and Silver Ln) occurred.  Water division crews have been dispatched to assess the damage and repairs are underway.  Once service is restored, residents and/or businesses are advised to boil any water before consuming.  The boil advisory will be in effect for 48-hours.

UPDATE (April 15th, 9:00 pm):  As of 8:45 pm Tuesday April 15th 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 8:45 pm, Thursday April 17th.

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Requests for Pothole Repair
3/11/2014

Requests for Pothole Repair

Please report all potholes to the Service Department at 614-342-4005.

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Overtime Parking on City Streets
2/4/2014

Overtime Parking on City Streets

Overtime parking in residential neighborhoods is one of the most common parking complaints received by the Gahanna Police Department (GPD). In the City of Gahanna, there is a maximum of 48 consecutive hours permitted for a vehicle to remain parked on the street. Typically, this is enforced on a complaint generated basis as the officers generally do not know which vehicles in a neighborhood are being driven or not.

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