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Did you know May is National Bike Month? Celebrate by checking out one of Gahanna's Trails and Bikeways! Visit Gahanna's website to find out where you can ride: ow.ly/XkE150udzsG ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know May is National Bike Month? Celebrate by checking out one of Gahannas Trails and Bikeways! Visit Gahannas website to find out where you can ride: http://ow.ly/XkE150udzsG

More information about the ongoing SmartLane project.

For more detailed traffic information, and to get personalized traffic alerts for your commute, download the OHGO app or visit OHGO.com. #knowbeforeyougo
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More information about the ongoing SmartLane project. 

For more detailed traffic information, and to get personalized traffic alerts for your commute, download the OHGO app or visit OHGO.com. #knowbeforeyougo

To our soldiers: We salute for your bravery and determination. ... See MoreSee Less

To our soldiers: We salute for your bravery and determination.

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Be sure to plan ahead!

 

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Thank you @BobEvansFarms (1380 N. Hamilton only) and @CityOfGahanna residents for participating in @BobEvansFarms soup program. Stop in, purchase a quart of soup & donate it to GRIN. This month, 11 quarts of soup were donated to GRIN, thank you!

To our soldiers: We salute you for your bravery and determination.

Another year of unidirectional waterline flushing will start this month in the NE quadrant of Gahanna and will continue through the summer. https://t.co/Kl97hNPN7P

Help beautify Sunpoint Park on Sunday by planting trees and flowers as we honor the City’s “Tree City” designation. Bring your own shovel (some shovels will be available, but not enough for everyone).

Strong thunderstorms and winds up to 65 miles per hour are expected tonight in parts of our service territory. Bad weather could topple trees and power lines. Now's the time to download our app so you can report outages and get up-to-date restoration info: https://t.co/ZDayOG9HIi

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