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Utility Bill Reminder

Second City Utility Invoice for 2024

TRANSACTION FEE NOTICE: The Finance Department has implemented a 2% technology fee for the processing of credit card and eCheck payments, resulting from recent system updates that have increased the fees charged to the City. To help manage these higher costs, we are passing on a portion of the fees to those who choose the convenience of online payments, similar…

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Water Quality Partner

UA Businesses Encouraged to Join the Water Quality Partner Program

Since 2014, the Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District’s Water Quality Partner Program has been helping local businesses understand and implement stormwater best practices, ensuring that their business protocols comply with local and state requirements. Specifically, the program was developed to help businesses that are too small to have compliance professionals on staff. By taking the Water Quality Partner Pledge,…

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Thank UACA, Staff, Happy Fourth

Celebrating Independence Day – UA Style!

It’s no secret that UA knows how to put on an incredible Independence Day celebration, thanks to the hard work of the all-volunteer UA Civic Association (UACA). With this year’s theme – Back in Black and Gold, featuring Margie Pizzuti, a longtime community service leader as the Parade Grand Marshal – the community’s Fourth of July traditions are not to…

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St. Agatha Fundraiser

Fireworks Safety a Top Priority in UA

By UA Fire Battalion Chief Alan Thompson The Fourth of July in Upper Arlington is without peer. The City celebrates with a first class parade and an outstanding fireworks display. There is a Party in the Park with great live music and top notch food. There are class reunions, baseball games, block parties and more. Unfortunately, the week surrounding the Fourth…

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Council Chamber Seal

City Council Confirms Board and Commission Appointments

After transitioning the terms of its various Boards and Commissions to occur within the same timeframe each year, City Council recently voted to confirm a slate of appointments and reappointments, per the following: Board of Tax Review: Edward Bernert, Dr. Ann Gabriel Board of Zoning and Planning: Shannon Tolliver (reappointment), Marianne Mitchell (reappointment), Richard Todd Boyer City Tree Commission: JP…

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Dog Owner In Park

Good Neighbor Reminders for Dog Owners

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy our beautiful parks and neighborhoods, and it’s a time when we see a marked increase in residents out walking with their dogs. It’s also a time when we typically receive an increase in complaints about negative encounters with dogs running loose in the parks. While dog owners have every right to enjoy our…

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Juneteenth Recognition Program

6 pm, Monday, June 17 Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road We invite you to join members of City Council, the Community Relations Committee, and the City’s Administration on the Plaza of the Municipal Services Center for a UA Juneteenth recognition program and the raising of the Juneteenth flag. The ceremony will feature keynote speaker, Stephanie Hightower, President and CEO…

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Fourth Party

Fourth of July Holiday Planning Reminders

With UA’s favorite day of the year just around the corner, we have some useful information to share with the community. Block Parties If your neighborhood is planning to host a block party on the Fourth of July, the deadline for submitting your permit application is Friday, June 21. The $50 fee covers administrative costs and the delivery of barricades.…

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Citizen Police Academy

UA Police Accepting Applications for 2024 Citizen Police Academy

Application Deadline: July 24 There’s a lot more to community policing than meets the eye, and each fall, the Upper Arlington Police Division welcomes a select number of community members into the Citizen Police Academy program for a behind the scenes look at local law enforcement. The Citizen Police Academy gives residents a greater understanding and awareness of numerous law…

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Golf Cart

Under-Speed Vehicle/Golf Cart Regulations

In 2019, City Council passed legislation concerning under speed vehicles, including golf carts. These vehicles must meet various Ohio Department of Public Safety standards – such as having working lights, seatbelts, adequate brakes, windshields, and rear-view mirrors. The vehicles must be titled and registered in compliance with Ohio Revised Code 4511.215, must be inspected and approved for use on public streets…

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Pride Month in UA

June is globally recognized as Pride Month, a time of celebration and reflection for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Born out of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in New York, the first Pride March took place on June 27, 1970 to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the uprising and to demonstrate for equal rights. Over the years, Pride Day grew into…

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Wall Of Honor

2024 Wall of Honor Ceremony

The May 19 Wall of Honor Ceremony was a success, with the lives of two distinguished former UA residents celebrated by family and friends. “Dr. Link” Murphy moved to Upper Arlington in 1928 and brought his medical practice to the community in 1961. In his early years as a physician, he could be found most mornings at one of several…

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Register for e-News and Text Updates From the City

The local news media landscape is not what it used to be, with fewer ways to stay current on what’s happening in your community. Recognizing this trend, the City has increased its efforts to share regular updates with residents. Below are some convenient options available to you using your smartphone. City Insight e-News Our weekly e-newsletter is the best way…

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