It's Small Business Week (Sept. 12-18)! We're showcasing some amazing small Gahanna businesses, and what makes them unique. First up: Stadium ... one of Creekside Gahanna's best places to eat, drink & catch a game! Read up: www.gahanna.gov/business-spotlight-stadium/ #GrowInGahanna ... See MoreSee Less
Our next City Council meetings will be held tonight, Monday, September 13, beginning at 7:00 pm.
The meetings will be held in person in Council Chambers in City Hall (200 S. Hamilton Rd.). Beginning today, masks are required in all City facilities. You may also watch the livestream here (will be available for viewing during and after the meeting): www.youtube.com/CityofGahanna
There are 3 road construction projects going on near Taylor/Taylor Station right now. Only one of those projects is a City of Gahanna project. The other two are Franklin County Engineers Office (FCEO) projects.
- (City) Intersection work/widening at Taylor Station and Taylor Rd. Residential and Business access will remain open, signs are posted. All through traffic will be rerouted via the posted detour signs. Subject to change. This work is expected to conclude by the end of October.
- (FCEO) Resurfacing work on Reynoldsburg-New Albany Rd., near Havens Corners. This work is slated to be completed by next week.
- (FCEO) Resurfacing work near the Grays Point Apartments. This is not planned to be a long-term project, however we do not have a completion date at this time.
If you have questions on one of the FCEO projects, call 614-525-3030. If you have additional questions about the intersection work at Taylor Rd./Taylor Station Rd., please call our public service department: 614-342-4050.
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Gahanna businesses: the Innovate Ohio TechCred Program provides funding geared to upskill employees for more advanced positions. Through the grant program, employers can be reimbursed up to $2K. Applications due by Aug 31. Learn more: 614/342-4015. http://Gahanna.gov/Resources
Thank U!! We received 908.9 pounds of food and $3,175.85 in monetary donations during the Shred Event. We appreciate @CityOfGahanna allowing GRIN to be a part of the event. And, we appreciate all the donations - what a great community.🥰