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Spring Fling Fishing

Join Us For Spring Fling

After a long winter, warmer weather is finally here to stay. To celebrate, UA Parks & Rec is hosting its annual Spring Fling family event on Saturday, May 11, from 11 am-2 pm at Sunny 95 Park, 4395 Carriage Hill Lane. Some of the great activities at this year’s Spring Fling include: Touch-A-Truck provides kids and adults an opportunity to…

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Tremont Pool Overhead

Summer Pool Passes Now Available for Purchase

Get ready to dive into summer! Upper Arlington Parks and Recreation is excited to announce 2024 summer pool passes are now available for purchase. Residents can enjoy a season of fun in the sun at any of the city's three aquatic facilities: Reed Road Water Park, Devon Pool, and Tremont Pool. All pools open for the season on May 25,…

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May/June UA Insight Printer Error

We are sorry to report a printing error for the May/June UA insight newsletter, which has just been mailed to all UA homes. When you read your copy, please pay attention to the page numbering, as eight of the pages were inserted out of order. To view a correct version of the newsletter, please click here. Our sincere apologies for…

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Hudson 29 Overview On Lane Avenue

Community Improvement Corporation Dissolved

On April 15, City Council voted to dissolve the City’s Community Improvement Corporation (CIC). Originally formed in 1993, the CIC was a not-for-profit entity, guided by an advisory board of residents with experience in various aspects of economic development. Under Ohio Revised Code (ORC), CICs are able to purchase and sell property on a city’s behalf, and can oversee the…

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Sandwich Stroll

Sandwich Stroll

10:30 am-Noon, Tuesday, May 21 Sunny 95 Park Registration Required UA older adults are invited to enjoy a fun and leisurely walk along the paved paths at Sunny 95 Park with their peers at this year’s Sandwich Stroll. At the first stop, participants are given a reusable lunch bag for collecting items along the route, while also meeting with various…

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Upper Arlington Upgrading Street Lights to LED Bulbs

The City of Upper Arlington is making strides by enhancing the community's lighting infrastructure with a commitment to sustainability and innovation. Electrical Division crews are currently replacing traditional streetlights with energy-efficient LED options. The process involves several steps to ensure a seamless transition. First, crews remove the existing fixtures and transport them to the Public Service Center. There, the fixtures…

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Street Resurfacing Project Planned for Redding Road

The City of Upper Arlington has earmarked funds in its 2025 budget for a comprehensive street resurfacing project along Redding Road, spanning from Fishinger Road to Zollinger Road. This initiative is part of ongoing efforts to enhance the city's infrastructure, ensuring safe and efficient transportation for residents and visitors. The proposed project includes the addition of a new pavement surface…

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Elevating Community

Elevating Community Impact Lunch

Noon-1:30 pm, Monday, May 13 Amelita Mirolo Barn, Sunny 95 Park The City of Upper Arlington and TriVillage Chamber Partnership are pleased to be co-hosting the Elevating Community Impact Lunch on Monday, May 13, at the Amelita Mirolo Barn in Sunny 95 Park. The local business community is invited to join us to connect with the local civic and non-profit…

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Drug Take Back

DEA Drug Take Back Event Approaching

10 am-2 pm, Saturday, April 27 Fire Station 72 on Reed Road Despite all the efforts and resources from public health agencies and safety personnel, opioid and heroin addiction remains a major health and safety crisis in our state and across the nation. This is an issue that touches people and communities of all socio-economic backgrounds and ages, including right…

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Culture & Artisans Fair

St. Mark’s Culture and Artisans Fair

10 am-3 pm, Saturday, May 4 St. Mark’s Episcopal Church 2151 Dorset Road St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Dorset Road is hosting its second annual Culture and Artisans Fair, from 10 am-3pm, on Saturday, May 4, in partnership with Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS). The event has expanded for its second year and will feature approximately artisans from all…

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Importance of Utility Flags and Traffic Cones in Construction Zones

A concerning trend has recently emerged in several Upper Arlington neighborhoods. Public Service Department staff have been notified that utility flags are being removed from residential properties and traffic cones and barriers are being moved by residents in construction zones. While it might seem like a harmless action, the repercussions can be far-reaching, posing safety risks to utility and construction…

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‘Sound the Alarm’ Outreach Makes Upper Arlington Homes Safer

In a community-focused effort to improve fire safety and education, teams of volunteers recently joined forces with the Upper Arlington Fire Division for a smoke detector installation canvassing event called ‘Sound the Alarm.’ The initiative in partnership with the American Red Cross targeted homes on Shrewsbury Road, Nottingham Road, and Cranford Road on Saturday, April 13, 2024. The outreach effort…

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Upper Arlington Takes Step Towards Sustainability with Expansion of Curbside Food Waste Recycling Program

Did you know that the average household tosses out around 474 pounds of food waste every year? This staggering statistic highlights the urgent need for action to reduce waste and make a positive impact on our environment. The City of Upper Arlington is proud to offer one of the only municipal curbside food waste collection programs in Central Ohio. Partnering…

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Burbank Responsible Dog Walker

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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