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Good Neighbor Guidelines for Dog Owners

With spring weather upon us, residents are increasingly heading out for walks and activities in our beautiful parks and neighborhoods. While dog owners have every right to enjoy the community with their canine friends, it’s important to be respectful of others for everyone’s safety and enjoyment. Being a responsible dog owner is not only the right thing to be out…

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Spring Fire Hydrant Flushing

April 15-May 3 Click Here for Schedule and Map The Upper Arlington Fire Division will be conducting fire hydrant flushing operations beginning the week of April 15. This annual test is part of a fire hydrant maintenance program that keeps hydrants in operable condition and identifies any deficiencies that require repair. Hydrant flushing will take place weekdays between 8 am…

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Call for Board and Commission Applicants

Application Deadline: April 30, 2024 The City is fortunate to have many residents who are willing to donate their time and expertise serving on the various Boards and Commissions that have been formed to address specific community issues. In return, these individuals are afforded the opportunity to help shape their community in areas that are of interest to them. Several…

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Upper Arlington Cherry Blossom Celebration

5 pm, Wednesday, April 10 Mallway Park, Arlington Avenue The Upper Arlington Community Relations Committee invites residents to join them for the Second Annual Cherry Blossom Celebration, beginning at 5 pm, on Wednesday, April 10 in Mallway Park, on Arlington Avenue. This celebration of the grove of cherry trees by the Veterans Plaza is part of a broader series of…

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Co-existing With Wildlife – Coyotes

Many species of wildlife are adept at adjusting to changing habitats and the presence of humans, capitalizing on new food sources and nesting opportunities. Here are some resources and tips for making sure your property is less attractive to wildlife such as coyotes, and for keeping your pets safe. About Coyotes Coyotes are shy and cautious animals and will typically…

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Sustainability Fair

10 am-2 pm, Saturday, April 6 Tremont Library The Tremont Library is hosting a Sustainability Fair on Saturday, April 6 to mark the start of Earth Month. Co-sponsored with Sustainable UA, the event celebrates the various initiatives happening in our community to help us all become better stewards of our natural environment. Visit with local organizations, try hands-on activities, learn…

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Coexisting with Local Wildlife

As Central Ohio continues to grow, the abundance of wildlife is adapting to dwindling natural habitats and capitalizing on the new food sources and nesting opportunities. Most times we can coexist peacefully with the beautiful array of birds, rabbits, squirrels and other creatures that take up residence in our yards and public parks, but some wildlife can become unwelcome “tenants,”…

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Building Permit Reminders

If you have decided this is the year to remodel a part of your home or upgrade your patio, the City’s Community Development Department can help you with an important first step: checking to see if your home improvement project requires a permit. The permitting and inspection process is important because it allows building and planning staff to ensure new…

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2023 Community Award Recipients Announced

UA is overflowing with groups and individuals who dedicate their time and energy to enriching lives and building community. As needs and opportunities change, new programs quickly emerge that fill any gaps in service and support. A long-held tradition for the City each year is a celebration of the best in our community, through the annual Community Awards Program. As…

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Upper Arlington Community Foundation Updates

Good news has been coming thick and fast from the Upper Arlington Community Foundation these days, highlighting a variety of impressive initiatives that are making our community better in a variety of exciting ways. Edwards Green The Foundation recently announced the gift of green space to the community, thanks to the family of Michael and Phaedra Edwards, in honor of…

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UA Civic Association’s Easter Egg Hunt

10 am, Saturday, March 16 Thompson Park Get ready for the fastest 55 seconds in UA, as the Upper Arlington Civic Association hosts its annual Easter Egg Hunt this coming Saturday, March 16 at Thompson Park. The fun begins promptly at 10 am, but families are advised to arrive early, so that you have plenty of time to park and…

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2024 Wall of Honor Inductees Announced

The City of Upper Arlington and the Upper Arlington Historical Society are pleased to announce that Link McKinley Murphy, M.D., and Reed McClelland have been selected for induction onto the Wall of Honor in 2024. “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…

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UA Parks & Rec’s Spring/Summer Activity Guide

The folks at UA Parks & Rec are ready for warm weather, as evidenced by the Spring/Summer edition of their Activity Guide, which recently reached UA mailboxes. With construction already underway to renovate the tennis courts, replace the park service building and build new pickleball courts at Northam Park, the Northam Tennis season will be abridged for 2024, with fewer…

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PLAY UA Financial Assistance Program

“Without the assistance I received I would not have registered [my son] for the soccer camps. I'm so grateful that there was a way to assist me so I can still send him without placing more financial burden on me. I really appreciate it and I want you to know you made a difference in my life, it helped me…

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