Stay Connected with City News Through GovDelivery

The City of Gahanna is excited to announce a new communication platform, GovDelivery, which will make it easier for you to learn about updates on news and topics that most interest you.

In our ongoing effort to provide pro-active, clear and timely information, we currently use several tools to provide easy access to information, critical news and alerts. The City’s transition to GovDelivery is part of our larger strategic effort to connect and curate information access for our community – and offer the ability to tailor this information by topic and how you wish to receive it.

With this new service, you can determine which types of information items you receive, password protect your subscriptions and preferences, change your email address, or remove yourself at any time by accessing your Subscription Preferences page. GovDelivery also offers a wireless text-message feature.

Please note that all current email addresses receiving City emails will transition to GovDelivery and continue to receive all updates posted by the City.

Go here to register:

Class Action Lawsuit Update: 1099 Misc Forms are Being Mailed

1099s have been issued for the checks received in January 2020 as a result of the LaBorde v. City of Gahanna, RITA, et al, settlement agreement.

While the class administrator was responsible for issuing the checks, the court ruled that the 1099s should be issued by the City of Gahanna.

Any questions regarding how your 2020 tax filings are affected by the 1099 should be directed to your tax preparer or accountant.

Any other questions pertaining to the checks issued in 2020, or other questions about the lawsuit should be directed to the legal representation of the class, Rick Ashton and Todd Neuman [17 South High St. Suite 1200, Columbus, OH 43215] 614.221.8500 or 614.591.9460, or, or

Recycling Update: Tubs Now Accepted

From our partners at Rumpke Waste & Recycling: Your Recycling Bin is About to Get Tubby!
Now you can fill their recycling carts with even more material. Effective immediately, Rumpke is adding tubs to the acceptable items list!
For more information:
FAQ (what is accepted, and what isn’t?):…/def…/recyclingfaqs_final.pdf…

Council to Fill Charter Review Commission Positions