The Gahanna Division of Police has been busy! Check out the most recent edition of the Gahanna Division of Police Monthly Community Report for updates HERE.
Gahanna veterans will be honored on Memorial Day 2021 with two “Flags of Honor” tributes of approximately 2,000-3,000 flags in front of the Municipal Building and approximately 1,500-2,000 flags on U.S. Rt. 62 (in the flower bed in front of the Veterans Memorial). Please drive by and take a moment to reflect on our veterans. Additionally, a video honoring our veterans will be available at: www.gahannavets.org and www.facebook.com/GahannaVets.
Presented by Gahanna Vets.
Join Gahanna Parks & Rec for a summer Moonlight Paddle! The popular evening kayaking adventures will be offered May 25, June 24, July 23 and August 21. Certified instructors will provide a Paddling SmartStart introduction to kayaking, solo or tandem kayaks, life vests, and paddles. Guides will assist participants along the float. You can register now for the May paddle or for any of the paddles throughout the summer: http://ow.ly/PuYl50EoJ8Z
SEEKING GAHANNA RESIDENT PUBLIC INPUT
Charter Review Commission Virtual Meeting
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Tel. (513) 306-4583
Conf. ID 604 913 631#
The Gahanna Charter Review Commission, comprised of 7 residents, is organized every 5 years to review the City Charter. Their responsibility is to recommend to Council by July 1st, any amendments to the City Charter.
Gahanna residents are invited to provide their input on amendments to the current City Charter. The current City Charter is available on our website (www.gahanna.gov) under the City Code. All meeting dates and completed minutes are also available for review on our website.
Those wishing to speak must notify the commission no less than one hour prior to the start of the meeting by emailing: email@example.com, and include name, phone, and address.
“The essential employees at Rumpke Waste & Recycling are working around the clock to keep communities clean and green. With extra yard waste, spring cleaning and many still working from home, the amount of residential waste being placed curbside has increased. Right now, collection takes longer and requires more team members.
Given these circumstances, Rumpke is unfortunately experiencing some service delays. We’ve brought in regional support and our teams are working extra hours to service your neighborhood as quickly and safely as possible. We appreciate your continued patience and are sorry for the inconvenience.”
If your collection was missed, please notify us by calling 614-344-4440 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will notify Rumpke of the missed collections so they can arrange for pick up.
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