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Adorable Leaf Collection

City’s Leaf Collection Program On the Horizon

The City will provide leaf collection services beginning the week of October 16, and running through early December, weather permitting. Residents are advised to refrain from placing leaves at the curb until one week before the start of the program AND to stop at least one week before the program ends. The timeframe for collection each year does not change…

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Fall Fest

Fall Fest Just Around the Corner

1-5 pm, Sunday, October 1 Fancyburg Park Get ready to embrace vibes of autumn by joining UA Parks & Rec for a jolly time at this year’s Fall Fest, taking place at Fancyburg Park on Sunday, October 1, from 1-5 pm. This year's Fall Fest is taking things up a notch by combining a pumpkin patch with an NFL tailgate!…

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Household Hazardous Waste

SWACO Household Hazardous Waste Collection Dates

Each year, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) hosts a series of collection days in partnership with local communities, enabling residents to safely rid their home of unwanted household hazardous wastes. Two dates are on the horizon: 8 am-1 pm, Saturday, September 23 – 3226 Kingston Avenue in Grove City 8 am-2 pm, Saturday, October 7 – Westerville…

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Community Event

UA Civic Association’s Neighbors Night Out

5-10 pm, Saturday, September 30 Tremont Center A UA Civic Association tradition from when the community was first developing has been taken off the shelf and reformatted for today’s residents. Neighbors Night Out promises a fun evening for the family, while also serving as a “welcome mat” for newer members of our community, so that they can meet their neighbors, and…

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Northam Study Area

Northam Park Open Space Options Study Update

At the August 29 Parks & Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) Meeting, Staff presented an overview of the recent Northam Park Open Space Study process that had been undertaken over the course of the summer, along with a recommendation for how to reuse this space once it is no longer part of the Northam Tennis complex. The study was focused on…

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Emergency Plan

September is National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is an observance held each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time. The theme this year is “Take Control in 1, 2, 3,” with a focus on preparing older adults for disasters. It seems that we hear of some new disaster befalling a community or region…

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Community Relations Committee’s UA Welcome Series Kicks Off With Fall Programming

Since its formation in 2020, the Community Relations Committee (CRC) has been considering how to initiate a modern-day “Welcome Wagon” for new community members. After numerous discussions on the topic, Co-Chair Jason Sayat, began exploring a “village” approach, whereby various groups in the community could play a role in this effort to maximize impact while minimizing the work required by…

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Nationwide Children’s Golf Championship

Enjoy some golf spectating the week of September 18, as the Nationwide Children’s Golf Championship–the third of four stops in the Korn Ferry Tour finals–returns to The Ohio State University Golf Club. The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship plays a pivotal role in determining who will earn PGA TOUR membership for the upcoming season. And with three out of four PGA…

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Electric Aggregation

Electric Aggregation Council Hearings

The City is currently considering the merits of joining the Sustainable Ohio Public Energy Council (SOPEC), in order to offer the community a new electric aggregation program. Following a presentation to City Council in June, a series of community meetings were held in August, to inform residents about the program and obtain feedback. In the month of September, the proposed…

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Election Season Is Here

Every November, U.S. citizens are afforded the opportunity to have a voice in government by participating in the electoral process at the local, state or national levels. In 2023, three Upper Arlington City Council seats are on the Tuesday, November 7 ballot. Council President Brendan King is completing his second term on Council and is therefore unable to run for…

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Police Accreditation Feedback Portal

We are fortunate to enjoy superior safety services in UA, but it’s not a fluke. Residents place a high level of importance on the provision of quality police, fire and emergency medical services when asked in community and Police Division surveys. As a result, the City has made a conscious effort to make sure our safety services have the resources…

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UA to be Featured in November Columbus Monthly Magazine

This is a transformative time in UA, with our community’s stakeholders working collectively toward a vibrant future. The City is continuing to reinvest in our streets, sidewalks, parks and public facilities at record levels, and recently began construction on the Bob Crane Community Center – a much anticipated facility that will transform the health, wellness and gathering opportunities available to…

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Labor Day Arts Festival

Join Us for the 2023 Labor Day Arts Festival

10 am-6 pm, Monday, September 4 Northam Park Whether you’re an art lover or someone who enjoys the community’s family-oriented special events, the Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival – one of the region’s premiere showcases of artworks in all manner of media – is the place to be on Monday, September 4! Held adjacent to Northam Park, the 56th…

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Leadership UA Class of 2024

Notice of Schedule Change for New Program & Application Schedule You know you’re an active Upper Arlington citizen when you’ve undergone some of our community involvement rites of passage. If you’ve sat on a board or task force, or participated in a focus group, you’re involved. If you’ve volunteered for one of our many civic groups or assisted the UA…

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Golden Bear Bash 2017

UA Education Foundation Golden Bear Bash

6-10 pm, Sunday, September 3 Amelita Mirolo Barn, Sunny 95 Park Since 1985, the Upper Arlington Education Foundation has been making a difference in the UA Schools, enriching students’ lives by enhancing both existing and new programming, furnishing supplies, providing scholarships, and meeting other needs that exceed the School District’s budget. Some examples of the good work of the Education…

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