For information about the annual Gahanna Lions Club Fourth of July Parade, Contact Chuck Rees at 614-415-5557.
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Trick-or-Treat/Beggar's Night in central Ohio is determined by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC). In 2009, MORPC passed Resolution 11-09 which recommends that when October 31 falls on the weekend nights of Friday, Saturday or Sunday, Trick-or-Treat will be held on the Thursday prior to October 31. If October 31 falls on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, it will be held on October 31. The time for the event is 6 to 8 pm.
Contact the Ohio Department of Jobs & Family Services for benefits information and filing applications at 1-877-644-6562 or apply online.
The closest Social Security office is located at 220 S Hamilton Road in Whitehall (not Gahanna). The building is just south of Broad Street on the east side of the street.
If you suspect a gas leak inside a building, get outside immediately and move a safe distance away (do not remain inside and attempt to ventilate the building by opening the windows or doors). If you suspect a gas leak outside, turn off and abandon any motorized equipment and move a safe distance away immediately. Call 911 immediately once you have reached a safe distance. Remain at a safe distance and warn others to stay away from the building or area until emergency responders and/or Columbia Gas of Ohio service crews arrive. Do not use an open flame or anything that could spark ignition (ie: cell phones, flashlights, garage doors, motor vehicles, power tools, electrical equipment, etc). Do not attempt to operate any pipeline valves.
In an event of a pipeline emergency, emergency responders and Columbia Gas of Ohio service crews will evacuate and isolate the area, notify appropriate public safety officials, locate the site of the emergency, stop or reduce gas flow to the affected area, repair the equipment, restore service to customers and investigate the cause of the incident. Emergency responders and/or Columbia Gas of Ohio service crews will notify you when it's safe to return.
For more information on natural gas pipeline safety, visit the Columbia Gas of Ohio website or call their customer service at 800-344-4077.
All power outages should be reported directly to AEP at 800-277-2177. The AEP operator should be able to tell you when to expect power restoration. You may also report outages on the AEP Ohio website as well as check on the status of an outage or check the outage map to view the numbers and locations of any power outages in central Ohio.