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Legislative Process & Codified Ordinances
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Codified Ordinances of the City of Gahanna
|Saturday - February 25, 2017
||Tim Hortons - 365 Agler Road
|Thursday - May 18, 2017
||Donatos - 1391 E. Johnstown Road
|Saturday - August 26, 2017
||Panera Bread - 91 N.Hamilton Road
|Saturday - November 18, 2017
||Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Professional Realty - 121 Mill Street, Suite 128
2017 Action Register - no action items to date
2016 Meeting Notes & Action Register
The City of Gahanna has contracted with Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) for mosquito control. Call the FCPH Mosquito Bite Line at 614-525-BITE (2483) to submit a request for service or to report mosquito problems or concerns. The Bite Line is a voicemail system so please leave a detailed message. Click above to learn more about control techniques and tips to avoid mosquitoes.
Join us for an exciting herbal weekend this Mother's Day. We invite you to attend An Herbal Affair on Friday, May 12 and Herb Day on Saturday, May 13.
MORPC can deliver energy-saving services in your community to help residents stay warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer, and save money on energy bills. MORPC provides FREE home weatherization programs to income-eligible renters and homeowners in Franklin County.
Bus service throughout the region will be enhanced when the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) launches a redesigned bus network on May 1. The community is invited to a public information session on Tuesday, April 25 from 6-7 pm at Gahanna City Hall (Council Chambers – 200 S. Hamilton Rd.) to learn about the new network and receive assistance planning future trips.
Mayor Kneeland signed a proclamation on April 7, 2017, making Gahanna a Pollinator Community. Being a pollinator friendly city has many benefits including ensuring the survival of vital animal species, improving local food production and stimulating our local economy.