Do you find yourself throwing away leftover food after finishing a meal? Through a partnership with the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) and GoZERO, the City of Gahanna offers a way for residents to recycle food waste by utilizing a food compost drop off. A limited number of FREE waste collection buckets are still available for those who sign up and stop by City Hall to claim them. For more information on the Food Waste Compost Program or to register, click here: www.gahanna.gov/refuse-recycling-and-yard-waste/... See MoreSee Less
So glad there are extra buckets! If I signed up when the program was previously introduced (and didn’t receive one), do I need to sign up again?
What is being done to prevent the collection area from becoming an attractive nuisance? Specifically directed toward raccoons?
My best friend is a lifelong resident of Gahanna and on the legal counsel for SWACO. She is beyond passionate about these programs. She even picks up litter on her lunch breaks. So proud of their team!!
Do these get picked up? Or are we responsible for transporting them to the waste sites?
I was doing this although I thought you had to pay for the program??
We had a raccoon problem here at one time Even with 2 bungee on a can they still manage to get in and make a mess.
Thank you so much!
Oooh I am so excited about this!! Thank you!!
Megan , Look, a place to drop off Food Waste!!!
With more winter weather approaching, our crews will be monitoring road conditions throughout the overnight hours. Please be safe, and allow yourself extra time to get to work or school in the morning. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE: The Gahanna Division of Police fully investigated the threat and determined that it is safe to return to the building. City Hall is back open and operating normally.
Due to a bomb threat called in to City Hall, the building was evacuated shortly before noon. At this hour, the Gahanna Division of Police is investigating. We will notify you when normal operations resume. ... See MoreSee Less
I understand people getting aggravated but these kind of stunts really need to stop! People need to think long and hard before making threats like this that terrorise people that are just struggling to make ends meet. 😢
TRASH PICKUP: With Christmas and New Year’s Day both falling on a Sunday, there are no changes to the trash pickup schedule over the next couple of weeks. Your current collection day will remain the same in 2023.
City Hall will be closed for the holidays on December 23, December 26 and January 2.
The Senior Center will be closed from December 21 through January 2.
Mayor’s Court will not be in session on December 29. Court will resume on January 5.