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Shelly and Sands, a contractor for ODOT, is performing work on I-270 that requires the on-ramp from US-62 west to I-270 north to be closed. The closure will occur from 7:00pm Wednesday June 28 to 5:00am Thursday June 29. The detour will be US-62 west to I-270 south to S Hamilton Rd (SR-317) to I-270 north. Click the link above for more details.
The Gahanna Division of Police is accepting proposals for qualified towing companies to provide towing and storage services. Interested companies should submit three copies of their responses to the RFP no later than Friday, July 21, 2017, by 5 pm.
This past spring Mayor Tom Kneeland signed a proclamation making Gahanna a Pollinator Community. This initiative is important because pollinators are threatened with a loss of habitat and food sources. A pollinator is any animal that visits plants and moves pollen. Bees and butterflies are among the most popular pollinators, but beetles, bats, flies, hummingbirds and moths are others. Pollinators are essential for human, animal and plant survival.
Now that school is out for the summer, the Gahanna Division of Police would like to remind parents about the City's curfew ordinance. Per City of Gahanna Ordinance (Chapter 531.01) children under the age of 14 not accompanied by an adult must be indoors by 10 p.m., while teenagers 14-17 must be in by 11 pm.