Níel M. Jurist
Public Information Manager
200 South Hamilton
Gahanna, OH 43230
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Please join us for the Gahanna Residential Paper Shredding and Electronic Recycling Event on Saturday April 22, 2017 from 9:00am – 12:00pm at the City Hall parking lot, located at 200 S Hamilton Rd. Residents can drop off their family and household records for shredding as well as computers and other electronics devices for recycling. Click the link above for more detailed information.
The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board has awarded the Gahanna Division of Police certification for meeting the state's standards to strengthen community and police relations.
Business and job growth, work force development and civic pride and community enhancement are priorities for Gahanna Mayor Tom Kneeland in 2017.
"The continuation of business and job growth is my No. 1 goal for my term," he said. "We created or retained over 1,620 jobs (in 2016). Zulily brought 600 jobs to the table."
The New Albany and Gahanna police departments are jointly planning a 2017 Citizen Police Academy for their residents who are interested in learning more about what it is like to be a police officer. Applications are being accepted now through December 31, 2016.
The 1st quarter issue of the 2017 Quarterly Update is now available.
The Gahanna Division of Police is pleased to announce the promotion of Lieutenant Jeffrey Spence to Deputy Chief of Police. Deputy Chief Spence was sworn into office on December 30, 2016 by Mayor Tom Kneeland.
Beginning December 21, 2016, building contractors and residents will now be able to apply on online for their annual home improvement, roofing, signs, fences, HVAC, electrical, plumbing and gas piping contractor registrations.
Now that both roundabouts are functioning, the City wants to remind drivers to practice safe navigation while entering the roundabouts. For helpful tips, click the link above.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) is offering free residential energy efficiency programs to help keep homes warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer and reduce energy bills. These income-eligible programs are available year-round to Franklin County residents.
The Gahanna Division of Police, Mifflin Township Division of Fire and the Ohio Addiction Recovery Center have teamed up to educate Gahanna middle school students and their parents about the dangers of drug abuse.